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  1. Quid-ditch the Muggles and head to a Potter party

    On January 30, the Garage will transform itself for a witchcraft and wizardry night that you Gringotts to attend.

    For one night only, all four floors will be transformed into the world of Hogwarts, but remember that the third-floor corridor on the right-hand side is out of bounds to everyone who does not wish to die a most painful death.

    If you dress up (or have an invisibility cloak) entry is free.

    via
  2. Parker yourself down at Hard Rock Cafe tomorrow

    Parker are a five piece pop band from Glasgow, and they're playing a gig at the Hard Rock Cafe tomorrow from 7.30pm. Here's a taste of what they're all about.

    Parker | Pop from Glasgow, UK

    Parker | Pop from Glasgow, UK

    via REVERBNATION
  3. Two women discovered dead together at their flat are named locally

    Women named as Lorraine Morris, 34, and Karen Buchanan, 35, found dead at flat in Port Glasgow.

    Two women discovered dead together at their flat are named locally

    Two women discovered dead together at their flat are named locally

    via STV NEWS
  4. Bill's 'Breakfast to bedtime' restaurant to open in Glasgow

    The quirky restaurant will open its first Scottish restaurant on West Nile Street this spring.

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  5. Teenager cautioned after offensive bin lorry tragedy Tweet

    Ross Loraine, 19, from Sunderland, was arrested after a number of complaints were made about his post on Twitter just hours after six people died in the tragedy on December 22.

    Teenager who tweeted offensive joke about bin lorry tragedy cautioned

    Teenager who tweeted offensive joke about bin lorry tragedy cautioned

    via STV NEWS
  6. Five arrested as police seize drug haul worth £200,000 in raids

    Officers searched the houses in the Germiston area of Glasgow at around 3.15pm on Monday.

    Five arrested as police seize drug haul worth £200,000 in raids

    Five arrested as police seize drug haul worth £200,000 in raids

    via STV NEWS
  7. It's all coming together at The Butterfly and the Pig South

    You may not believe that pigs can fly, but the new wing of the town centre bar is almost ready out in Shawlands.

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  8. Bin lorries broadcast: 'Bigotry. Throw it out'

    Seven North Lanarkshire refuse trucks have been emblazoned with an anti sectarian message ahead of Sunday's Old Firm clash at Hampden.

    Bin lorries used to spread anti-sectarian message ahead of Old Firm cu

    Bin lorries used to spread anti-sectarian message ahead of Old Firm cu

    via DAILYRECORD
  9. Enjoy a private dining experience in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £269 instead of £542 for a private dining experience for 10 people at Tempus in the four star Grand Central Hotel including canapés, three-course meal, half a bottle of wine each and tea or coffee with tablet. That's a saving of 50%.

    Grand Central Hotel private dining

    Grand Central Hotel private dining

    via ITISON
  10. Scotland rugby stars to miss Six Nations clashes

    Sean Maitland and Dave Denton, both key figures for Glasgow and Edinburgh respectively, will miss the start of the tournament, but will undergo treatment with an aim to link up with the team at a later stage.

    Scotland duo to miss start of RBS 6 Nations | Scottish Rugby Union

    Scotland duo to miss start of RBS 6 Nations | Scottish Rugby Union

    via SCOTTISHRUGBY
  11. Don't miss this hail Mary from The Record Factory

    On February 1, the Byres Road bar and kitchen will host a superbowl party to remember, with a late license meaning that you'll not miss a second of the New England Patriots taking on the Seattle Seahawks from the University of Phoenix stadium in Arizona.

    Tickets cost £5 and include a hot dog.

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  12. City Link job losses and collapse examined at Westminster inquiry

    City Link went into administration on Christmas Day with more than 2300 staff losing their job.

    City Link job losses and collapse examined at Westminster inquiry

    City Link job losses and collapse examined at Westminster inquiry

    via STV NEWS
  13. Rugby reimagined with the Glasgow Lions

    Touch Rugby has all the trappings of the conventional game, but without the cauliflower ears and squished noses. It is a mixed-sex game for all ages and abilities, and the Glasgow Lions are leading the charge from March 14.

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  14. Mother 'ignored by doctors after begging for baby to be delivered'

    Baby born at Crosshouse Hospital died six months later following failures during birth already accepted by NHS.

    Mother 'ignored by doctors after begging for baby to be delivered'

    Mother 'ignored by doctors after begging for baby to be delivered'

    via STV NEWS
  15. Subway outer circle experiencing issues

    Glasgow Subway have confirmed that the outer circle is currently down and advised commuters to use the inner circle at all 15 stations. Journey times are reported to be a maximum of 24 minutes.

    Outer is down - continue to use inner circle. As soon as we have an anticipated time for outer services resuming we'll let you know here. RT

    Glasgow Subway

    @GLASubwayTravel
    via Twitter
  16. Scottish parties lay out plans with 100 days until General Election

    The countdown has begun on the final 100 days to a general election which is shaping up to be unlike any other in recent history.

    Scottish parties outline vision with 100 days until general election

    Scottish parties outline vision with 100 days until general election

    via STV SCOTLAND DECIDES
  17. STV News: Religious leaders to argue against assisted suicide proposals

    Representatives will appear before a Holyrood committee later today to contest that the Assisted Suicide Bill would have fundamental implications upon society. The Humanist Society Scotland claims that they are out of touch with the views and beliefs of their own members.

    via STV
  18. A steady day weather wise, but it could change fast

    Today will be cloudy and not too chilly with lows of 6 degrees and there is a good chance of rain tonight from 9pm. With snow forecast for much of mainland Scotland tomorrow morning, please use the steady day to prepare yourself for adverse conditions.

    via STV
  19. Glasgow Today: Rob Lynch, classic opera reimagined and Usher's Island

    Hello Glasgow. Welcome to Tuesday and welcome to our coverage of what's going on in your city today.

  20. Breaking News

    Rangers agree £10m loan with Mike Ashley secured against Murray Park

    The Newcastle United owner will make the loan secured against Murray Park and the club's trademarks.

    Rangers agree £10m loan with Mike Ashley secured against Murray Park

    Rangers agree £10m loan with Mike Ashley secured against Murray Park

    via STV NEWS
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