STV Glasgow channel launches

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  1. #STVspark: Join us for a night of digital brilliance, craft ale and music

    The night has finally arrived! STV hosts it's very first Digital Spark award tonight at the Dundee Literary Festival, championing social media brilliance across the country - that's including a nomination for Glasgow actress Belle Jones. Here's what to expect.

  2. Beloved Glasgow musician Jack Bruce dies age 71

    Bruce's family commented: "The world of music will be a poorer place without him but he lives on in his music and forever in our hearts." Read more from STV News.

    Celebrated Scottish bass guitarist Jack Bruce dies of liver disease

    Celebrated Scottish bass guitarist Jack Bruce dies of liver disease

    via STV
  3. We can't see any lengthy queues outside the Hydro yet...

    Which is surprising since some of the boy band behemoths of the 90s will be performing on stage in less than four hours. It's The Big Reunion tour at the Hydro tonight including members from Five, A1 and Blue.

    The Big Reunion Tour

    The Big Reunion Tour

    via ITV
  4. Chop chop to stir-fried heaven in our deal of the day

    For £20 instead of up to £42 you can pick up a three course meal for two at Ming’s in Princes Square - choose from any starter, main and dessert from the a la carte menu. Bargain.

    Ming's a la carte dining, Princes Square

    Ming's a la carte dining, Princes Square

    via ITISON
  5. Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper reignite their onscreen romance for Serena

    Set during the depression-era in 1929, newlyweds George and Serena move to North Carolina to pursue their dream of building a timber empire. However, when Serena learns she cannot have children, the plot takes a sinister turn.

    Play 'Serena - New trailer with Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence'
    via YOUTUBE
  6. Gamba helps save fishermen's lives in anniversary splash

    We hear Gamba's favourite fish soup - made with fresh crab, coriander, brandy and prawn dumplings - will make an appearance at the Fishermen's Mission charity dinner next week.

  7. Still afraid of the Boogeyman? Well The Babadook is your new nightmare

    A mysterious book appears on Samuel's shelf detailing how to conjure up a monster called The Babadook. Yes, we're all thinking it, just don't open the book and don't look under the bed. Simple.

    via STV
  8. People Make Glasgow

    What experience has made you stronger?

    "Having breast cancer this year. I had a mastectomy, but I'm okay now."

    What has been the most challenging thing since your cancer scare?

    "Building up my confidence.That's my next challenge."

    via STV
  9. Weekend fun with our Glasgow gurus, just avoid the tarot reading...

    Stuck for plans this weekend? Fret not beloved people of Glasgow - our Riverside Weekend team have got you sorted. Read on for a host of gigs, ghost tours and fashion - and see how Kayleigh freaks out with magician Lorenzo Novani...

    Riverside Weekend: Halloween events, Glasgay turns 21 and Paolo Nutini

    Riverside Weekend: Halloween events, Glasgay turns 21 and Paolo Nutini

    via STV
  10. Speculation: Who will lead Labour after Lamont's resignation?

    This morning Michael Connarty, Labour MP for Linlithgow and East Falkirk, backed Gordon Brown for the leadership, saying the former PM was "a towering figure" who was "speaking the language of the people of Scotland". STV News have the full story.

    Former PM Gordon Brown and Anas Sarwar tipped to lead Scottish Labour

    Former PM Gordon Brown and Anas Sarwar tipped to lead Scottish Labour

    via STV
  11. If you fancy a Halloween movie that won't make you paranoid, this is the one to watch

    Co-written by 'Pan's Labyrinth' director Guillermo del Toro, The Book Of Life vibrantly animates a young man's journey to confront his fears as he's sent into The Land of the Remembered.

    via STV
  12. People Make Glasgow

    What motivates you to pursue your art career?

    Stuart Ford, 22: "I can't remember a time when I didn't have a pencil in my hand. I can't explain anything for toffee, but put a piece of paper in front of me and I can explain every detail of what I've designed and how it could become more."

    via STV
  13. McGregor: Rangers should be wary of Dumbarton after Hearts draw

    The Teddy Bears take on Ian Murray’s team in the SPFL Championship this afternoon - but after Hearts drew with Dumbarton earlier this season, Rangers will be going in carefully.

    We Must Apply Ourselves

    We Must Apply Ourselves

    via RANGERS
  14. Chop chop to stir-fried heaven in our deal of the day

    For £20 instead of up to £42 you can pick up a three course meal for two at Ming’s in Princes Square - choose from any starter, main and dessert from the a la carte menu. Bargain.

    Ming's a la carte dining, Princes Square

    Ming's a la carte dining, Princes Square

    via ITISON
  15. Scottish Ballet gets Up Close with intimate Tramway return

    It's your last chance to catch this visual spectacular at Tramway tonight as Scottish Ballet tip-toe into town.

    REPORT BY: Laura Smith

  16. Mike Ashley wins battle for control of Rangers with £2m offer

    The Newcastle United owner — who already has an 8.92% stake in the club — will now strengthen his grip on the Light Blues boardroom after his £2m offer was accepted by the club's directors this morning.

    Rangers board 'accepts £2m offer giving Mike Ashley control of club'

    Rangers board 'accepts £2m offer giving Mike Ashley control of club'

    via STV
  17. Battlefield Rest's historic past to award-winning future

    You may have seen our article from roving reporter Laura Smith on the historic southside landmark turned beloved Italian bistro. Battlefield Rest even made it onto the telly this week - take a look.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  18. Former First Minister speaks out against treatment of Glasgow MSP

    Lord McConnell said this morning that he was "very, very angry" with Labour leader Ed Miliband after Ms Lamont claimed some party colleagues at Westminster had tried to undermine her position. Here's the full story from STV News.

    Lord McConnell 'very, very angry' with Miliband over Lamont treatment

    Lord McConnell 'very, very angry' with Miliband over Lamont treatment

    via STV
  19. Meet Glasgow's answer to Little Mix: 'We're just a normal group of girls'

    Scotland hasn't had the best track record when it comes to star-studded girl groups. These five Glasgow hopefuls say they have the drive to make it. And they're starting with a few Christmas lights switch-on events around Glasgow.

  20. People Make Glasgow

    What's the worst thing you've lost?

    Paula Currie,22: "For a while I had lost a necklace that I've worn since I was ten. I got it back, but telling my mum was the hardest part, I remember her being upset and saying it was like losing a part of me because it was so important."

    via STV
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