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  1. Senior SNP councillor in Glasgow suspended

    Councillor Billy McAllister, 60, was reported to prosecutors for an alleged homophobic breach of the peace in Glasgow in August.

    Deputy leader of SNP in Glasgow suspended over 'homophobic incident'

    Deputy leader of SNP in Glasgow suspended over 'homophobic incident'

    via STV
  2. Motorcyclist killed in Southside crash named

    Alex White, 53, died as a result of his injuries after being injured in a collsion on Polmadie Road earlier this week.

    Motorcyclist killed after collision on busy road named by police

    Motorcyclist killed after collision on busy road named by police

    via STV
  3. Glasgow's Needy plea for toy donations this Christmas

    The food sharing network is calling on the generosity of Glaswegians to help ensure every child in the city has a present and full belly on Christmas day. Here's how you can help.

  4. Man escapes jail over council samurai sword threat

    The 29-year-old, who wanted to to "assassinate" Council Leader Gordon Matheson, was given a three year community payback order.

    Samurai swordsman who wanted to assassinate council leader escapes jai

    Samurai swordsman who wanted to assassinate council leader escapes jai

    via STV
  5. Planning on walking down the aisle soon?

    If you’re set to walk down the aisle soon, or want to drop a hint to your other half, then a trip to the Scottish Wedding Show is the place to be this weekend.

    The event is Scotland’s largest wedding show and sees over 300 exhibitors under one roof.

    Doors open at 10:00 on Saturday and 11:00 the following day.

    Scottish Wedding Show October 2014 - Welcome

    Scottish Wedding Show October 2014 - Welcome

    via THESCOTTISHWEDDINGSHOW
  6. From Pink Floyd to U2: 50 years of gigs at Strathclyde

    The uni's gig roster is nothing short of impressive with The Who, Elton John and Iron Maiden all etched in graduates' memories. Nicola Love takes trip back to the glory days. Were you there?

  7. Fancy meeting Twin Atlantic backstage at the Barras?

    Fans of Twin Atlantic have been given the chance to meet the band before their sell-out show at the Barras on Saturday.

    To be in with a chance fans are asked to tweet their favourite lyrics to of the band @RedBullUK before 14:00 today.

    Meet & watch @TwinAtlantic @TheBarrowlands on Sat. Tweet us your fave #TwinLyric by 2pm T&Cs http://t.co/y8lH7jujqY http://t.co/x6ixf64HmX

    Red Bull UK

    @RedBullUK
    via Twitter
  8. Salmond considering standing for Westminster seat

    The outgoing First Minister says he is still considering whether to stand as an MP for next year’s General Election.

    Alex Salmond not ruled out running for seat at Westminster in 2015

    Alex Salmond not ruled out running for seat at Westminster in 2015

    via STV
  9. Delays for drivers on the M8

    Drivers planning on using the M8 should allow some extra time for their journey with a number of incidents causing congestion on the route.

    A few issues on the #M8 at the moment, check them here: http://t.co/Z6EfVv7UM1 #drivesafe #beaware

    Traffic Scotland

    @trafficscotland
    via Twitter
  10. Listen to The Twilight Sad's 'masterpiece' new album here

    Glasgow and Kilsyth band The Twilight Sad release their new album on Monday, but you can stream it right now on the Drowned in Sound website.

    They've given the record a whopping 10/10, describing it as a 'masterpiece'.

    Album Stream: Twilight Sad's 10/10-awarded masterpiece Nobody...

    Album Stream: Twilight Sad's 10/10-awarded masterpiece Nobody...

    via DROWNEDINSOUND
  11. Researchers discover new health benefits from sunshine

    University researchers have found that increased exposure to sunshine can help tackle obesity and diabetes. Find out more in our two-minute news bulletin.

    via STV
  12. Slam DJs and a soundtrack to the weekend

    If you’ve enjoyed a night out at The Arches or Sub Club then chances are you’ve thrown a shape or two to some beats from the Slam DJs.

    The pair were joined by Soma Record's Dave Clarke on the Riverside show to talk about their new album and the continuing success of club night “Pressure” at The Arches.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  13. Wine and dine in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £21 instead of £42 for a two course meal for two choosing from a menu of contemporary Scottish dishes at Ingram Wynd, in the heart of the Merchant City. That's a saving of 50%.

    Ingram Wynd Scottish dining

    Ingram Wynd Scottish dining

    via ITISON
  14. Vote: Have your say on Scottish Government plans to lower drink drive limit

    It's been announced today the drink-drive limit in Scotland will be reduced in time for Christmas.

    Traffic police will be able to breathalyse drivers at the reduced limit of 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood from December 5.

  15. Jason Manford joins 'The Producers' for new tour

    Theatre fans will get the chance to see comedian Jason Manford star in “The Producers” when it comes to Glasgow next year.

    The comedian will play Leo Bloom in the latest production of Mel Brook’s award-winning musical.

    The production will run from June 15th to 20th at the Theatre Royal with tickets on sale now

    The new 2015 tour of The Producers will star @JasonManford as Leo Bloom: http://t.co/N5wU3iZECb http://t.co/Xskv1Hjcsk

    British Comedy Guide

    @UKComedyNews
    via Twitter
  16. Drink-drive limit to be reduced in time for Christmas

    New legislation means Scotland's blood alcohol limit would be cut from 80mg to 50mg in every 100ml of blood. Find out more in this STV News report.

    Drink-drive limit in Scotland will be reduced in time for Christmas

    Drink-drive limit in Scotland will be reduced in time for Christmas

    via STV
  17. Commonwealth Games furniture donated to charity

    Furniture used by athletes at the Commonwealth Games has been donated to charities and social housing schemes.

    Over 60,000 items from the Athletes Village will be used to help tenants across the city furnish their homes.

    Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson said: “This is another fantastic example of the social legacy that the Games have brought to Glasgow, with many people and organisations across and near the city benefiting.”

    via STV
  18. New scheme aims to beat city loan sharks

    The Evening Times carries a story about a new initiative in Glasgow which aims to provide people with financial assistance to stop them being forced to turn to loan sharks.

    New cash advice centre to beat the loan sharks

    New cash advice centre to beat the loan sharks

    via EVENINGTIMES
  19. Lorry thieves nab designer trainer haul

    A gang of thieves raided the lorry which was parked at the Harthill Services on the M8.

    Thieves make off with valuable haul of designer trainers from lorry

    Thieves make off with valuable haul of designer trainers from lorry

    via STV
  20. Motorway traffic slow after accident

    Traffic is moving slowly on the M74 at Junction 1A northbound after an earlier accident.

    Queues due to earlier RTC #M74 N/B J1A - congestion to J2a Fullarton Road & on M74 to J2 A724 Cambuslang Road. All lanes have been re-opened

    Traffic Scotland

    @trafficscotland
    via Twitter
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