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  1. UK's economy is showing to be stronger in today's lunchtime news

    The survey by the Bank of Scotland shows turnover trends and business confidence has reached levels last seen in 2007.

    via STV
  2. Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte banned from directing any UK firm after Ibrox takeover

    Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has been banned from being a company director for the maximum period of 15 years, after his dealings with the Ibrox club was "singularly shocking and reprehensible".

    Former Rangers chief handed company director ban of up to 15 years

    Former Rangers chief handed company director ban of up to 15 years

    via STV
  3. Arches Live brings the weird and the wonderful of Scots performance art to Glasgow

    Tonight on #RiversideShow we talk to Ellie Dubois who’ll be presenting her one-on-one circus piece Ringside as part of Arches Live. See her performance on Thursday and Friday at Arches.

  4. Rangers repay £1.5m loan to director Sandy Easdale and businessman

    The revelation comes as more than four million shares were also traded in the Ibrox club on Tuesday.

    According to the stock exchange 4.265 million shares were also traded in the company, equating to more than five percent share hold. The club are obliged to announce who obtained the shares within 24 hours.

    Rangers repay £1.5m loan to director Sandy Easdale and businessman

    Rangers repay £1.5m loan to director Sandy Easdale and businessman

    via STV
  5. Africa in Motion Festival this year is looking back and reaching forward

    Take a look at the programme for this year's film festival, which includes a special focus on the 20 year anniversary of the Rwandan genocide.

    The opening night will take place at the Centre for Contemporary Arts on November 2, but there will also be a special African horror night for Halloween October 30 at Nice N Sleazy's

    Africa in Motion 2014 Brochure

    Africa in Motion 2014 Brochure

    via ISSUU
  6. Kickstarting the Scottish fashion Bible in style

    Scot Street Style's second book will be a collection of photographs taken from all the Gatherings since the collective first began. REPORT BY: Mary McCool

  7. Award winning street food served up at Glasgow Fort

    Nusou noodle van are bringing their award-winning ‘Mix Slurp Dash’ noodle soup to Glasgow Fort as part of the ‘Eats from the Streets’ festival this weekend. The team are fresh from winning Best Newcomer at the British Street Food Awards in February.

    via STV
  8. The Kings celebrate 50 years of panto in swashbucking style

    Panto season has been returning to the Kings Theatre now for 50 years. To celebrate their golden pantoversary Greg McHugh of Gary the Tank Commander, Still Game's Gavin Mitchell and Des Clarke will take to the stage in Peter Pan.

    via STV
  9. The Watermelon Woman comes to GFT screens for Glasgay

    Glasgow Women's Library come together with The GFT this November for the Glasgay Festival to talk about lesbian and female bisexual representation in film.

    Their talk will follow a screening of Cheryl Dunne's engaging feature film, The Watermelon Woman, following the tale of a young black lesbian woman working in a video store while trying to make a film in her spare time.

    The Watermelon Woman

    The Watermelon Woman

  10. Hip hip Hydro: Highlights as Clydeside venue turns one

    Buckle up and join us for a whirlwind ride through the SSE Hydro's action-packed first 12 months entertaining the city.

    REPORT BY: Mary McCool

  11. The race to sign your kids up to The Tortoise and the Hare has started

    This year the Scottish Youth Theatre's October Week course accumulates in a performance of The Tortoise and the Hare.

    To sign your budding actors up to the course click on the link below.

  12. Scottish actor Callum O'Neill on a 3D Liam Neeson and War of the Worlds

    Not long ago Callum O'Neill was performing in Hecuba with the Dundee Rep ensemble - now he's about to go on tour with Liam Neeson and Jason Donovan. We caught up with him ahead of his anticipated UK tour.

    REPORT BY: Mary McCool

  13. Enjoy a stay away in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £89 instead of £220 for a luxurious overnight stay for two with breakfast in a Classic room at the award-winning four star Ballathie House Hotel in Perthshire. That's a saving of 60%.

    Ballathie House Hotel overnight

    Ballathie House Hotel overnight

    via ITISON
  14. Get your own show on Subcity Radio

    Subcity is an independent, not-for-profit collective based at the University of Glasgow. Their content is produced by around 200 contributors but they want more. The door is open until 12 October.

    Show Applications

    Show Applications

    via SUBCITY
  15. Nearly time for the Incredibly Strange Film Night at Sleazy's

    The Wheel of Strange is ready for a test-drive tonight at Nice n Sleazy. They've got five odd films that history forgot sitting ready to go. Head to the venue's basement from 8pm. It's free.

  16. Here's what's on before and after Duke Dumont tomorrow night at The Arches

    DJ Jax Jones is supporting Duke Dumont at The Arches tomorrow night. It's the Duke's first ever live tour, so sure to be big. Here's what's planned at the venue afterwards:

    .@kikihoustonnnn After the Dumont show @ClubShangri1a w/ @WilliamAuld aka Vilmos are in session, and entry is just £5

    The Arches, Glasgow

    via Twitter
  17. Aussie rock king Nick Cave kicks off European tour in Glasgow

    We've had a stack of new gig announcements today. Here's another one: Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds will tour the UK and Europe in April and May 2015 to play a series of rare solo concerts. The tour kicks off in the UK at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall on 26 April.

    Nick Cave will tour UK & Europe in Spring 2015 for a series of solo shows. Tickets 10am (CET) Fri 3 Oct #nickcavelive

    Nick Cave & TBS

    via Twitter
  18. Meathammer crowned king of Glasgow's burger joints

    Bacon peanut butter, candied Parma ham, chilli jam and buffalo hot sauce are just some of the ingredients that went in to create Glasgow's new top burger.

    REPORT BY: Laura Piper

  19. Here's us, a Dalek and the Still Game lads singing happy birthday to the Hydro

    Remember to send us your favourite memories from the venue's first year of events using the hashtag #HydroHighlights.

    Play 'Happy Birthday SSE Hydro! #HipHipHydro'
    via YOUTUBE
  20. Take a #helfie at Juice Garden, coming to the west end soon

    If you've ever been to Juice Garden in Renfield Street, you'll know they love big green beanbags, bubble chairs and taking #helfies. Oh and super-healthy food. We reckon this is exactly what Byres Road needed, and it's exactly what it's getting.

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