The Record revealed yesterday that Glasgow City Council had approved a PS500,000 payoff to Ronnie Saez, chief executive of charity Glasgow East Regeneration Agency - set up to tackle poverty.
What does GCC stand for?
GCC stands for Glasgow City Council (Scotland, UK)
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- Georgia Council of Chiropractic
- Georgian Court College
- German Canadian Congress
- German Chaos Crew (gaming clan)
- German Conference on Chemoinformatics
- German Cross Country
- Germanna Community College
- Germantown Cricket Club (Germantown, TN)
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- Glamorgan County Council (former administrative region of south Wales, UK)
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Glasgow City Council has sealed a multi-million pound deal with the leading global carrier Emirates Airline intended for obtaining the naming rights to a new multi-sports venue for organizing the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Glasgow City Council have now dropped two of the most controversial questions.
Indeed, Glasgow city council approached him to create what was to be "the jewel in the crown" of the Gorbals redevelopment while arguments still raged over his design for Coventry cathedral — the most significant symbol of national rebirth and optimism in the new Elizabethan age.
Glasgow City Council has been in talks with Rangers chairman David Murray over plans to turn the city into a party zone for Ibrox faithful.
18 February 2008 Glasgow City Council selects Serco as partner for a pioneering joint venture Serco Group plc (Serco) today announces that it has been selected by Glasgow City Council as its partner for a pioneering joint venture valued at around A[pounds sterling] 265m to Serco over ten years.
I call upon all decent members at Glasgow City Council to name names.
Tribunal Chairman Roderick MacKenzie concluded that McNab had been "unlawfully discriminated against" by the Glasgow City Council, which informed McNab that he had to be Catholic to apply for the job.