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  1. If you love Becci Wallace on Riverside Show - don't miss her at Celtic Connections

    The Glasgow based singer-songwriter will perform at Late Night Sessions in the Concert Hall this Saturday and there are still tickets available.

  2. Hippo Beers get set to host celebration of Scotland's brewing talent

    There won't be any lederhosen or German oompah bands in sight, but one thing this Glasgow beer festival can promise is plenty of good quality drink.

    Craft beer festival to celebrate Scotland's brewing talents

    Craft beer festival to celebrate Scotland's brewing talents

    via STV GLASGOW
  3. Should Scottish football move home to Murrayfield?

    David took to the streets of Mount Florida today to ask the locals how they felt about the possibility the national games could move to Murrayfield.

  4. Over £9m in aid for Malawi announced by Scottish Government

    More than £9m of Scottish Government funding will help improve the lives of some of the poorest and most vulnerable people in Malawi, international development minister Humza Yousaf has said.

    Over £9m in aid for Malawi announced by Scottish Government

    Over £9m in aid for Malawi announced by Scottish Government

    via STV NEWS
  5. Watch: Tesco to close four stores in Scotland

    Four Scottish Tesco stores are to close with more than 300 jobs at risk following an announcement by the supermarket giant.

    Catch-up with more of the latest headlines with the STV News at six.

    via STV
  6. Saints fans called upon to help finish exhibition

    The Evening Times reports that Paisley Museum are looking for the help of St Mirren fans to complete a new exhibition about the football club.

    Calling all St Mirren fans: help make your club's exhibition

    Calling all St Mirren fans: help make your club's exhibition

    via EVENING TIMES
  7. Appeal for last movements of man found dead on Saltcoats beach

    Paul Fitzpatrick, whose body was found on Saturday, was last seen in Ardrossan last Thursday.

    Appeal for last movements of man found dead on Saltcoats beach

    Appeal for last movements of man found dead on Saltcoats beach

    via STV NEWS
  8. Get away from it all in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £69 instead of £150 for an overnight stay for two including continental breakfast at the award-winning Loch Melfort Hotel in Oban. That's a saving of 54%.

    Loch Melfort getaway - £69

    Loch Melfort getaway - £69

    via ITISON
  9. Five men in court after watches stolen in Argyll Arcade robbery

    A number of shops were targeted in the raid on September 24 last year.

    Five men in court after watches stolen in Argyll Arcade robbery

    Five men in court after watches stolen in Argyll Arcade robbery

    via STV NEWS
  10. The dear Green place welcomes new Green Glasgow app for 2015

    2015 is Glasgow City Council's Green Year and to celebrate its launch the council have also released a new mobile phone app.

    The app has been developed to enable people to keep up-to-speed with the programme of green activities throughout the year as well as pick up tips on how to become more environmentally aware.

    New Green Glasgow 2015 App by Glasgow City Council available on iTunes now http://t.co/OKY4zadVEN http://t.co/mrteXNHzKw

    Green Glasgow

    @greenglasgow
    via Twitter
  11. Fancy some hot vegan food and heady jams?

    There's a special super-spicy Persian culinary explosion on the menu at Mono tomorrow night from 7pm and music from their very own, Rusty Studds.

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  12. Glasgow art school tours set to highlight 'treasures' after fire

    Some of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's greatest works are set to go on display for the first time since last year's devastating fire.

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  13. Hope you're wearing shoes with grip, snow is coming

    The snow has left a fine dusting over Newton Mearns and it's set to settle over the city this afternoon.

    The snow has hit G77 ... This is about 3 minutes worth http://t.co/LygAvspqk3

    Briony

    @glasgow_food
    via Twitter
  14. Saudi blogger sentenced to 1000 lashes 'loved' Glasgow

    Raif Badawi, who was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment and 1000 lashes for his blogs, spent a year in Glasgow after fleeing Saudi Arabia.

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  15. Scottish Rugby Union open to football at Murrayfield if SFA decide to quit Hampden

    If the Scottish Football Association decide to quit Hampden in 2020 when their lease on the national stadium is up, the Scottish Rugby Union says it could open the doors of Murrayfield to their footballing counterparts.

    Mark Dodson, the chief executive of SRU told the Evening Times: "We hosted Glasgow Celtic when they couldn't use their own ground during the Commonwealth Games, so we're open to the idea of football being played here."

    Would you like to see our national football games moving east or is Glasgow the home of football? Let us know what you think of Hampden Park.

  16. Anti-sectarian graphic novel launches for young learners

    "What we're doing is engendering discussion so that people come to their own conclusions and take ownership of the issue."

    A new graphic novel aims to educate people on the issue of sectarianism across Scotland.

    [Read more]

  17. Rangers blocked by court order from giving Ashley security over Ibrox

    The move by Rangers supporters group blocked board from offering up Ibrox as security for Mike Ashley's £10m loan.

    Rangers blocked by court order from giving Ashley security over Ibrox

    Rangers blocked by court order from giving Ashley security over Ibrox

    via STV NEWS
  18. Glasgow schoolchildren remember victims of Holocaust

    A special event took place this morning at Glasgow City Chambers for Glasgow's young people to remember victims and survivors of the Holocaust, following the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.

    Ella Stein Weissberger a survivor of Terezin concentration camp passed on her story to the young people and the audience also heard from Srebrenica massacre survivor Hasan Hasanovic. Schools engaged in keeping the memory alive with presentations on their reflections of this time in history.

    Watch Riverside Show tonight for more from this event.

    @_East40 sing a haunting version of Let it Be at the Glasgow Schools Holocaust Memorial event #KeeptheMemoryAlive http://t.co/bIifc9MbE8

    Glasgow City Council

    @GlasgowCC
    via Twitter
  19. Scottish FA set dates for hearings into Mike Ashley Rangers influence

    The hearings will consider alleged breaches of Scottish FA rules by Ashley and by Rangers.

    Scottish FA set dates for hearings into Mike Ashley Rangers influence

    Scottish FA set dates for hearings into Mike Ashley Rangers influence

    via STV SPORT
  20. Craft beer festival to celebrate Scotland's brewing talents

    The Great Scottish Beer Celebration will take place in Glasgow this March, bringing together around 100 different craft beers from across the country.

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