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Glasgow & West – Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Top story: Scottish Councils could be on a collision course with the Government over plans to call a halt to all rural school closures in the next year. In other news: an elderly woman has died after her husband drove over her in a car park accident; Glasgow’s new transport museum is now just three weeks from opening its doors to the public and is set to become one of Scotland’s biggest visitor attractions; and in sport, Gregg Wylde reckons he’s going to have to win over new Rangers manager Ally McCoist in the same way he did with the now departed Walter Smith. This is an international version that may have been edited for rights reasons.