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  1. Wondering whether to pack a brolly this morning?

    The chances of rain are unlikely but it looks like we're stuck with clouds throughout the day. Take a peek at your full weather forecast here.

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  2. Millions head to the polls as referendum day dawns

    STV News have the latest figures expected to turn out to vote in the Scottish independence referendum. Read on to find out where Alex Salmond and Alastair Darling are expected to cast their votes later today.

    Scotland goes to the polls as September 18 referendum day dawns

    Scotland goes to the polls as September 18 referendum day dawns

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  3. Glasgow today: Arches political party, free freshers food and Frankie Boyle

    Good morning Glasgow. Here's a look at what's happening in the city as poll stations across Scotland open their doors.

  4. Referendum Day: Remembering the campaign of 1979

    Blondie was top of the UK charts with Heart of Glass, 'Sunny' Jim Callaghan was Prime Minister and Morton were playing their football in Scotland's top flight. REPORT BY: Kris Gilmartin

  5. Portrait of a nation: join Scotland’s largest referendum photo project

    That's all from us today folks, happy voting. We'll continue to bring you all the latest referendum news from around the city tomorrow.

    But for now, find out how you can join us tomorrow for the most important moment in Scottish history is coming. Help us capture it.

  6. The STV News at Six with John MacKay

    On the eve of this historic vote, a new poll for STV tonight reveals the yes and no camps are neck and neck.

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  7. 8pm #ScotDecides: Referendum live for Glasgow

    It is the final day before polls open and both sides are making a final push to convince the public. John MacKay also has a final word with both Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling.

  8. We love a dauphonise potato on #RiversideShow...

    So we're very excited about Andy Cumming, the ex-head chef at Rogano and recent lecturer at City of Glasgow College coming on the show to make our #teaforatenner. Not so sure what Jennifer will think of the sea bass though...

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  9. Would you like live WhatsApp updates on September 19?

    We are trialling a new WhatsApp service on September 19 for the Referendum. We'll round up the main headlines through key points of the day and broadcast them out to our contacts. If you'd like to take part in this service message ‘STV Glasgow WhatsApp’ on WhatsApp to 07764 926 399.

    WhatsApp :: Home

    WhatsApp :: Home

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  10. Not just another vintage fair launches this weekend at Art School

    The Beatroot and Lace Bazaar promices to be a treasure trove of portal of fashion, music and art. Have a look at some of the items on offer here.

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  11. Thousands of Yes supporters gather in George Square

    Celebrities such as Elain C Smith led the final day of campaigning for the Yes camp with a rally in the centre of the city.

    Police estimate around 2000 people were there.

    Hundreds gather in Glasgow for final push to secure Yes vote

    Hundreds gather in Glasgow for final push to secure Yes vote

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  12. Football work permit rules may change under FA proposals

    The English FA have proposed significant change to those regulations in a bid to limit the number of footballers from outside the European Economic Area from playing for UK clubs.

    Football work permit rules may change in Scotland under FA proposals

    Football work permit rules may change in Scotland under FA proposals

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  13. Scotland stand-off Ruaridh Jackson ruled out injured for up to nine months

    London Wasps have announced that the 26-year-old has suffered an anterior cruciate ligament tear, will require surgery and is likely to be sidelined for between six and nine months - effectively ending his involvement in the rugby season leading up to next year's World Cup in England.

    Scotland stand-off Ruaridh Jackson ruled out injured for up to nine mo

    Scotland stand-off Ruaridh Jackson ruled out injured for up to nine mo

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  14. Scotland in pictures: The day before the polls open

    As the final day of campaigning draws to a close, here's a quick look back at September 17 in pictures.

    REPORT BY: Mary McCool

  15. Get the hottest tickets in town in the Deal of the Day

    From £19 instead of up to £50.40 for one Ryder Cup Gala Concert Tkt at the SSE Hydro on September 24. Among the acts will be Ryder Cup Teams Procession with Rory McIlroy & Phil Mickleson, music by Nile Rodgers (Chic) and more plus celebrity presenters and entertainers. That's a saving of up to 52%.

    Ryder Cup Gala Concert Tickets

    Ryder Cup Gala Concert Tickets

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  16. Scotland's nightly flagship news programme live online

    This stream is available for desktop and iPad users. Mobile users should switch to the standard desktop version of the site to enjoy the stream.

    Watch a live stream of STV News at Six: Glasgow and West of Scotland

    Watch a live stream of STV News at Six: Glasgow and West of Scotland

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  17. Green Brigade section of Parkhead to reopen

    The Parkhead side temporarily banned 128 fans and broke up the section of hardcore fans at Celtic Park in December last year, but following "positive" talks with members of the Green Brigade, it is set to reopen.

    Green Brigade fans section at Celtic Park to reopen, club announces

    Green Brigade fans section at Celtic Park to reopen, club announces

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  18. Final Ipsos-Mori poll for STV News: Yes 49% No 51%

    Scotland goes to the polls on Thursday to answer the question: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"

    Here are the results of the final Ipsos-Mori poll for STV News.

    STV poll: Should Scotland be an independent country? Yes 49% No 51%

    STV poll: Should Scotland be an independent country? Yes 49% No 51%

    via STV
  19. 5pm: The Daily Referend-thumb

    Today we hit the packed streets of Glasgow city centre to find out how the public are feeling about independence with one day to go. At random we selected 14 people within one hour - hit play for the results.

    Is Glasgow thumbs-up thumbs-down or...

    Is Glasgow thumbs-up thumbs-down or...

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  20. Burger Meats Bun brings seasonal specials to the table

    The burger joint are taking a more seasonal approach to their buns according to Glasgow Foodie, meaning a fresher and more diverse range of flavours. Read all about it here in her blog, including an introduction to this season's ‘Mo’Rockin Lamb’ burger.

    More at Burger Meats Bun!

    More at Burger Meats Bun!

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