The budget for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow is to be increased by £81m, it has been announced.
The organising committee for the games said funding for the event would rise to a total of £454m.
The bulk of the extra cash will come from the Scottish government. The city council will provide an additional £9m.
Council leader Steven Purcell said he was "disappointed" by the increase but accepted it had been caused by "changing circumstances".
The Scottish government will contribute an additional £39m, plus a further £20m from a reserve fund.
A total of £13m will be raised through commercial activities.
see the following link for the rest of the article:-BBC News