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  1. Scottish universities rubbish 'sugar daddy' site claims

    A dating website which aims to pair wealthy older men and women with impoverished students claims Glasgow Caledonian has hundreds of members signing up...but the university is less than enamoured by the claims.

    [Read more]

  2. Try the Legendary Mac & Cheese in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £9 instead of £23 for Sloans’ Legendary Mac & Cheese with your choice of topping, fries and a soft drink for two or £14 instead of £29 for burgers for two and a bottle of Krusovice beer or a glass of wine each at Sloans. That's a saving of up to 61%.

    Sloans Legendary Mac & Cheese

    Sloans Legendary Mac & Cheese

    via ITISON
  3. Interested in organising an event for this year's Scottish Refugee Week?

    Event submissions are now open if you would like to support this festival which celebrates the contribution refugees make to our communities and Scotland's role in offering protection from prosecution and as an advocate for human rights.

    The festival programme will take place this year from June 3 until 21.

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  4. Police probe 'unexplained' death after man's body found on shore

    The body was found on Saturday morning in the North Ayrshire town.

    Police probe 'unexplained' death after man's body found on shore

    Police probe 'unexplained' death after man's body found on shore

    via STV
  5. Public invited to vote on future of old blaes football pitches at Victoria Park

    A public consultation into the future of the the old blaes football pitches at Victoria Park is to open and will run until February 27.

    Proposals have been set forward for the use of the space by Friends of Victoria Park and the Broomhill Sports Club for public consideration from across the city.

    Broomhill Sports Club's propose to restore the original football pitches with modern all weather football pitches for club and public use at a cost of £1.2m.

    Friends of Victoria Park who campaigned against the sale of the green space for commercial use have proposed the area could be used as a community orchard and bike track for young people at a cost of £235,000.

    via STV
  6. Body found in Glasgow park identified as missing East Kilbride grandmother

    Death of 71-year-old Wilhelmina Rooney, also know as Anne, not being treated as suspicious.

    Body found in Glasgow park identified as missing East Kilbride woman

    Body found in Glasgow park identified as missing East Kilbride woman

    via STV
  7. Moving and Giving are shimmying all the way to Corinthian to help STV Appeal in 2015

    After supporting Lorraine Kelly's Shimmy across Scotland last year, this group of Zumba instructors are back on board this year and hoping to raise as much money as possible.

    They are hosting a special Ladies Lunch event at the Corinthian on March 22, with a two course meal, bubbles on arrival and an afternoon full of live entertainment and fundraising.

    Movin&Giving, proud supporters of the STV Appeal

    Movin&Giving, proud supporters of the STV Appeal

    via STV
  8. Scot Refugee Council remember victims of the Holocaust and unite against fascism

    Tomorrow marks the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp. To remember those lost, Scotland's Refugee Council are hosting a public meeting at the Trade Union Congress Building with speeches from two of the 'Glasgow Girls', Amal Azzudin and Roza Salih, along with community activist Pinar Aksu to highlight the modern day threat of fascism and racism which is on the rise across Europe and in Britain.

    Unite Against Fascism Public Meeting for International Holocaust Day (

    Unite Against Fascism Public Meeting for International Holocaust Day (

    via SCOTTISHREFUGEECOUNCIL
  9. Parents reject plans to cut hot school dinners to save money

    West Dunbartonshire Council had suggested hot school meals should be cut on a Friday to save money and ease budget pressures

    A consultation on the suggestion was met with resistance, however the decision will be made by councillors on Feb 4.

    Let us know what you think, is hot school meals an area where local councils can save money by providing sandwich lunches instead?

    Read more at the link below from the Evening Times.

  10. Clydebuilt Fund buy Merchant Square for £9.5m

    Clydebuilt Fund, which is owned by Glasgow City Council administrated Strathclyde Pension Fund has bought Merchant Square and four other units on Candleriggs for £9.5m from Merchant City Properties.

    Plans are now being established to enhance the property further.

    via STV
  11. Mike Ashley and Rangers dual interest hearing postponed by Scottish FA

    A conference call will instead go ahead on Tuesday in which it is hoped the Newcastle United owner will participate.

    Mike Ashley and Rangers dual interest hearing postponed by Scottish FA

    Mike Ashley and Rangers dual interest hearing postponed by Scottish FA

    via STV
  12. Hundreds pay tribute at funeral of 'wonderful' teacher killed in sledging accident

    Family and friends paid emotional tribute to popular Maryam Najafian, who died after accident at Kelvingrove Park.

    Hundreds pay tribute at funeral of teacher killed in sledging accident

    Hundreds pay tribute at funeral of teacher killed in sledging accident

    via STV
  13. Girls wanted for Glasgow East's female rugby team

    The team are looking for new players between the age of seven and 15 to get involved in their new team.

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  14. Internet browsing in Bishopbriggs is about to get superfast

    Bishopbriggs is one of the first areas in the Scotland to receive high speed technology to accommodate superfast broadband as part of The Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband Programme.

    The programme which is supported by local authorities and the Scottish Government aims to provide fibre broadband infrastructure to those areas which haven't been covered by commercial infrastructure providers. It hopes to deliver access to fibre broadband to at least 96% of premises by the end of 2017, bringing high speed technology to areas such as Bishopbriggs and Govan for the first time, while other areas will see additional premises connected as a result of building upon their existing fibre broadband networks.

    Seeing as our Storm is a Bishy gal, she went along to find out more about the programme on tonight's #RiversideShow. Tune in 7pm.

    STV’s @StormHuntley meets engineers working on Digital Scotland fibre broadband rollout. See @stvglasgow, 7pm tonight http://t.co/nUs0h9L7Gz

    BT Scotland

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    via Twitter
  15. Try the Legendary Mac & Cheese in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £9 instead of £23 for Sloans’ Legendary Mac & Cheese with your choice of topping, fries and a soft drink for two or £14 instead of £29 for burgers for two and a bottle of Krusovice beer or a glass of wine each at Sloans. That's a saving of up to 61%.

    Sloans Legendary Mac & Cheese

    Sloans Legendary Mac & Cheese

    via ITISON
  16. A taste of what's on at Broadcast tonight

    As part of Independent Venue Week, Dundee's own Anderson McGinty Ward and Fisher play Broadcast from 7pm tonight.

    Tickets are £11.50.

    Play 'Anderson McGinty Webster Ward and Fisher - Pigeon Song - OFFICIAL VIDEO'
    via YOUTUBE
  17. Country fayre in the heart of the city

    The Southside Farmer's Market rolls onto the corner of Pollokshaws road and Langside Avenue from February 7 and then the first and third Saturday of the month thereafter.

    via
  18. Two women found dead by police at a property in Port Glasgow

    The bodies of the women, aged 34 and 35, were discovered in a flat in Port Glasgow on Friday evening.

    Two women found dead by police at a property in Port Glasgow

    Two women found dead by police at a property in Port Glasgow

    via STV
  19. STV News: Plans for women's prison scrapped

    Justice secretary Michael Matheson claimed that the government had to take a "more radical and ambitious approach to dealing with female offenders".

    via STV
  20. Ryze Glasgow to launch city trampoline park in February

    After undergoing extensive renovation work, the new park is set to open in a former warehouse in Kinning Park next month.

    [Read more]

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