Glasgow supermarkets mobbed by Black Friday shoppers
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A report commissioned by the Scottish Government and carried out by academics at the University of Glasgow and Glasgow Caledonian University, found an increase in recorded domestic violence incidents on the day that football matches were played.
New research published today by @TheSCCJR examines the relationship between domestic abuse and football http://t.co/0Nd1A8fn1I
Pay £69 instead of up to £142 for an overnight stay in an executive room with cocktail on arrival and full Scottish breakfast in the morning or £89 instead of up to £179 to include a three course dinner for two at the four star Jurys Inn, Glasgow. That's a saving of up to 51%
The Coca-Cola truck sets off today around the UK and will be stopping at the St Enoch Centre in Glasgow on Monday.
The Coca Cola Truck sets off on it's annual UK tour on 28th November. Find a stop near you! http://t.co/iAd882Gps2 http://t.co/QG7l37AQUg
Silverburn is open for Black Friday with plenty on offer across its wide range of stores.
The mall is absolutely fine @_lebeccaree there are lots of great deals to be had http://t.co/F7KpDlEdre #svbblackfriday
The former Rangers owner has been detained in connection with an investigation into the sale of the club in 2011.
People Make Glasgow are giving away a pair of tickets so you and a friend can enjoy some ice skating in George Square.
It's FREEBIE FRIDAY! This week we've got a pair of Glasgow on Ice tickets up for grabs: http://t.co/NWkbnRCseo http://t.co/5HO6fYbZ0J
Local legends The Vaselines play the Art School tonight in support of their new album, V for Vaselines.
Low level trains travelling through Glasgow Central this morning are subject to cancellations due to a signalling fault.
NEW: Due to signalling problems between Rutherglen and Motherwell train services between Dalmuir and Larkhall may be cancelled. ^D
Ben Klock joins the party tonight all the way from Berlin to celebrate Slam pulling off 16 years of Pressure at The Arches.
Police have been called to Scottish supermarkets, including Tesco Silverburn, after crowds surged to grab Black Friday deals.
A number of shops opened at midnight with massive discounts on a range of goods.
The former Rangers owner, Craig Whyte is expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court today in connection with the sale of Rangers football club in 2011.
See this and more in our STV News morning bulletin.
A misty start to the morning will give way to another cloudy day in Glasgow, with temperatures reaching no more than 9C.
Good morning Glasgow.
We hope you got some good deals in the Black Friday sales.
Here's what's happening in town today.
Glasgow's Rape Crisis Centre's annual march to raise awareness of sexual assault against women in Glasgow's city centre took place tonight. About three hundred people from all different parts of the community, from university bodies to political groups turned out to support the march.
That's all from us tonight, we'll be back tomorrow with more news from around Glasgow.
SWAN at #ReclaimTheNight now @StrathUnion http://t.co/LdlLAdIR9h
The Tea for a Tenner on tonight's Riverside Show was draped in stars and stripes.
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In their strategic report, Rangers say they need £8m to meet their running costs in 2015, with a large amount required immediately.
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Catch up on this busy year for the Slam guys and their new album release with this interview recently from Fabric, London.