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  1. POLL RESULTS: Do you back the carrier bag charge?

    So far today, 62% of you have voted yes, you support the carrier bag charge introduced today and 38% have voted no.

    Join us again tomorrow for more questions, answers and all the latest news and events throughout the day.

    Poll: Do you back carrier bag charge?

    Poll: Do you back carrier bag charge?

    via STV
  2. John Mackay is back with your STV News at Six

    Here's all the top stories from today, including the news that Celtic goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska is recovering tonight after being attacked in the west end by a fellow Scottish Premiership footballer.

    via STV
  3. It's too soon for Christmas lights, well you said so

    Here are the results of a wee poll we had today about whether or not it's too early for the lights to be up in George Square.

    Take a look at the results.

    Poll: Is it too soon for Christmas lights?

    Poll: Is it too soon for Christmas lights?

    via STV
  4. Progress to reduce child poverty in Scotland has stalled

    The Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission reported that 19% (almost 200,000) of Scottish children were living in relative poverty in 2014, an increase of 2% from the previous year.

    In England 17% of children live in relative poverty, meaning Scotland has the highest levels of child poverty in the UK.

    Progress to reduce child poverty stalls in Scotland, report finds

    Progress to reduce child poverty stalls in Scotland, report finds

    via STV
  5. Thomas' story will be heard to show young people that despite adversity, there is hope

    As part of National Care Leavers week, Who Cares? Scotland will screen two new documentaries at the Glasgow Film Theatre on October 25. The films portray the real stories of two young people who grew up in care.

    Care: My Story Film Screening - News | Who Cares? Scotland

    via WHOCARESSCOTLAND
  6. Have yourself a Merry little Blitzedmas at SWG3

    We're looking well ahead to this event, but as with every good Christmas night, tickets sell out fast.

    Glasgow's 1940s-themed club night is returning to SWG3 for a special festive evening. Christmassy classics will be performed by a 15-piece swing band, Lord Holyrood will spin Christmas records from his gramaphones and mistletoe will dress the halls for you ol' romantics.

    Click through to find out how you can have a vintage makeover beforehand on December 13.

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  7. Learn how to get the most out of your gin with Sipsmiths

    Gin71 are holding a Gin Tasting session tomorrow from 7-8:30pm. Head over to their Renfield Street bar for an education you won't forget. Not on a Tuesday night anyway!

    Sipsmiths Gin Tasting

    Sipsmiths Gin Tasting

    via GIN71
  8. Get away for a break in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £189 instead of up to £380 for a luxury overnight stay with full Scottish breakfast for two with a choice of 3 course dinner or £90 towards spa treatments or a round of golf on the Kintyre course at the award-winning five star Trump Turnberry. That's a saving of up to 50%.

    Trump Turnberry luxury overnight

    Trump Turnberry luxury overnight

    via ITISON
  9. Gala dinner to raise funds for GSA fire fund

    Architecture Meets Art has asked architects, designers, photographers and artists of all over the UK, to create a unique piece of art inspired by Glasgow to be auctioned off in aid of Enable Scotland and to raise funds for the restoration of the Glasgow School of Art.

    The dinner takes place on October 30 at The Arches.

    Gala Dinner

    Gala Dinner

    via ARCHITECTURE MEETS ART: GLASGOW '14
  10. Here's Johnny receives a resounding four stars from reviewers

    Have a look at what the audiences have to say about the play that takes to the stage at the Citizen's Theatre this week.

    The comedy, written by the same person who works on C4's Fresh Meat runs at the Citizen's until November 8.

    Citizens Theatre: Here's Johnny!

    Citizens Theatre: Here's Johnny!

    via CITIZENSTHEATRE
  11. Two men assaulted by costumed attackers on Renfield Street

    A man wearing a Robin Hood feathered cap and another wearing Heidi-style plaits are among a group of seven being hunted after an unprovoked assault on Renfield Street.

    Police are particularly keen to trace the driver of the hackney taxi who picked up five of the suspects – including the suspects in costume – from a taxi rank at Buchanan Street Bus Station at 3.46am.

    Robin Hood and Heidi among seven men hunted over serious assault

    Robin Hood and Heidi among seven men hunted over serious assault

    via STV
  12. BT have announced they will create 100 new jobs across Scotland

    19 of these new jobs will be in Glasgow while the rest of the positions will be distributed across Edinburgh, Perth, Inverness and Aberdeen.

    BT announces plans to create 100 engineering jobs across Scotland

    BT announces plans to create 100 engineering jobs across Scotland

    via STV
  13. Are you bubbling with excitement over this new foodie joint?

    Bubbletrea has opened on Byres Road bringing with it the latest food craze - bubble tea. The Taiwanese tea-based drink is also known as pearl milk tea or boba milk tea.

    Let us know if you have tried it and what you think.

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  14. Detectives hunting 11 Rangers fan have had good response from public

    CCTV images were released in the hunt for fans involved in a mass brawl before the friendly match in August.

    The police force confirmed they are now following a number of lines of enquiry after the public response to the CCTV images.

    They received a number of calls including one naming a possible suspect.

    Police in CCTV appeal over Rangers fans brawl receive good response

    Police in CCTV appeal over Rangers fans brawl receive good response

    via STV
  15. Celtic goalkeeper assaulted on Ashton Lane by fellow Premiership player

    Lukasz Zaluska, 32, was assaulted by a player, who cannot be named for legal reasons, while out on Ashton Lane last night, into the early hours of Monday morning.

    Celtic goalie Lukasz Zaluska attacked in street by premiership player

    Celtic goalie Lukasz Zaluska attacked in street by premiership player

    via STV
  16. Appointments postponed as Glasgow radiographers strike over pay

    Glasgow radiographers braved the rain to join a UK-wide strike over pay. We spoke to them to find out why they were on the picket line.

  17. Cinderella and Prince Charming check out alternative transport

    The two stars of Scottish Opera's Rossini’s Cinderella, Victoria Yarovaya and Nico Darmanin were sussing out the carriages today at the Riverside Museum.

    Your last chance to see La Cenerentola at Theatre Royal is this Saturday, or you can see Cinderella Unwrapped on October 22 at 6.00pm and the Touch Tour is on Saturday at 6pm before the full performance.

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  18. 'I'm overwhelmed and humbled by Glasgow's response'

    Laura Smith went to see how food bank founder Darren Carnegie is feeling after camping out for six days out in George Square to protest poverty. He's found it tough.

    "But at least I have a tent. I keep thinking there's a lot of homeless people who don't even have that.

  19. Poll: Is it too soon for Christmas lights?

    The first batch of Christmas lights are being installed on George Square. Too soon? Let us know what you think.

  20. Prepare to be blown away, and not by the weather...

    Rhydian Roberts is bringing that powerful voice that propelled him to fame on the X Factor to the Royal Concert Hall tonight.

    Rhydian will be on stage between 8.30pm and 10 o'clock.

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