Let's talk about all the good things and the bad things that may be, let's talk about space. Sorry got carried away with my Salt N Pepa vibes there. This is Let's Talk About Space, an educational music project at the Science Centre. They ran a competition on space themed artwork and photos and this is the winner - a Dr Who scarf for travelling the cosmos!
Well, you probably have more chance than the Scotland team do, as this belter of a trophy is going to be at the St Enoch Centre today. Happy Friday! From 10am - 7pm you can get your picture taken with the cup and dream of glory.
It's £99 instead of up to £210 for a two night stay at the five star Ingliston Country Club boutique hotel with full Scottish breakfast each morning; onsite facilities include an equestrian centre, beauty salon and Palomino's Restaurant. Don't mind if we do.
You can catch a glimpse of today's national newspaper headlines by flicking through this gallery.
SCOTPAPERS: @TheScotsman leads today's #scotpapers as we join them bidding a #ff farewell to @nickeardley #buyapaper http://t.co/tts6gWkwF1
if you missed the news headlines before you left the house don't worry, you can catch the morning bulletin here.
Dance floor favourites Flip and Fill will be causing it in The Tunnel on March 22 along side MC Domino, DJ Vance, Noble Whitelaw, Ian McNab, Garry Garry Garry. Here's something to get you going on your way to work.
Check out what the Old Dumbarton Road Cake Clubbers have been up to by flicking through this photo album. Side effects of this will be salivating, stomach growling and a compulsion to bake.
It's rumoured not to be bikini season, but we still live in hope. Wrap up people!
Hi folks, it's a dreich day in Glasgow but it's Friday, and Friday means - among other things, that the weekend is nigh and that I might eat more biscuits than normal. Rachael here to take you through the day.
Once again, it's time for us to wish you goodnight until our morning team return at 7am tomorrow. Until then, here's a look at tomorrow's weather forecast from STV's Sean Batty. We're keeping our fingers crossed for a dry start to the weekend.
Experts at a forensic lab in Glasgow are examining more than 100 skeletons excavated from a Roman cemetery to learn more about how people lived 1500 years ago. Our STV News colleagues have more.
Mary McCool has the lowdown on the bands currently taking to the stage for Hard Rock Rising's semi-finals.
Tonight our Scotland Tonight colleagues' lead story will be the latest controversy to come from Aberdeen City Council. Earlier today it emerged that council leader Barney Crockett appeared to be endorsing a 'No' vote in a letter that would be circulated alongside council tax bills.
As always, you can put your views across by Tweeting @ScotlandTonight or using the hashtag #ScotNight.
Our #scotnight lead story, Aberdeen City Council engulfed in a row amid plans to send residents a letter outlining benefits of staying in UK
If you weren't in front of the telly at 6pm, catch up with STV's own Anchorman John Mackay and the rest of the STV News team here. Among tonight's top stories is Shell boss' contribution to the referendum debate.
The election results are in at Glasgow University for Student Representative Council sabbatical positions. Congratulations to Breffni O’Connor, Cal Davies, Liam King and Gin Masiulyte who will take on these valued campus positions until 2015.
The Makers Market will be joined in March on Byres Road by new friends Cadge and Relic. These crafts makers specialise in beautiful bespoke glass art postcards based around themes of travel.
Ingram Wynd the Glasgow Steakhouse claim their chips are the best, and to be fair they really do look good. They didn't crop up when we were asking for nominations, but what do you think? Can they compete against Cocktail & Burger's fries?
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