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  1. Royal Marines given key to the city on 350th anniversary

    More than 100 commandos marched through the city today following a ceremony where the Lord Provost Sadie Docherty awarded the city's highest honour to Commandant General, Major General Martin Smith, who will accept on behalf of the United Kingdom's entire Royal Marine Corps.

    Commandos march through Glasgow as Marines given key to city

    Commandos march through Glasgow as Marines given key to city

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  2. Poll says Scots would vote Yes if referendum was held now

    Independence now has the backing of 52% of people in Scotland compared with 48% for the union, a YouGov poll for The Times has found.

    Scots would vote Yes if referendum was held now, according to poll

    Scots would vote Yes if referendum was held now, according to poll

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  3. JP Reid talks Sucioperro, Duke and latest badge of honour Medals

    The third Marmaduke Duke album is coming...

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  4. MTV EMA public casting crowds start to grow

    More and more people are flocking to the Hydro today to be in with a chance of winning tickets to the MTV EMA's when they hit Glasgow on November 9. Are you one of the people trying out today? Let us know on Facebook or Twitter.

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  5. People Make Glasgow: Halloween special

    Did you celebrate Halloween when you were growing up?

    Margaret Hamilton, 75: “Yes we loved it! We would get dressed up as witches or pumpkins and go round to the neighbours, but we had to tell a poem or a story. These days the children tell you a joke and it’s probably the fifth time we’ve heard it, but it’s still good to laugh.”

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  6. Shia LeBeouf attempts to avoid The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman

    Charlie Countryman struggles with visions from his dead mother and decides to follow her advice to fly to Romania, but encounters more danger along the way, with a group of gangsters hot on his trail.

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  7. Have a dram good time in the deal of the day

    It's just £19 instead of £40 for a 90 minute Glengoyne tasting tour for two.

    Glengoyne Distillery tour

    Glengoyne Distillery tour

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  8. Do you know how many calories are in a beer?

    Public health experts are calling for calories to be put on the packaging of alcohol as they are on food.

    Public health experts call for calorie counts to be put on alcohol

    Public health experts call for calorie counts to be put on alcohol

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  9. Glasgow artisans are brewing up something very different

    If you're a fan of espresso cocktails, chances are your tastebuds will like this new brew to be launched at the first Scottish Coffee Festival this month.

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  10. People Make Glasgow: Halloween special

    What character were you afraid of growing up?

    James Nugent-Doyle, 21: “The Joker. I saw it when I was younger and it terrified me, but I’m over it now.”

    Are you afraid of anything now?

    James: “The dark. It’s irrational not to be afraid of it, not knowing what’s there is scary.”

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  11. Daniel Radcliffe looking devilishly dashing in his latest horror, Horns

    When his childhood sweetheart dies, Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe) finds himself as the prime suspect amongst the town. He struggles to blend into the background and keep his head down, especially after he grows horns overnight.

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  12. Morning Glasgow, which Halloween outfits caught your eye?

    If you're not feeling too delicate or tired this morning, send us in the most impressive Halloween costume that caught your eye in the city last night. As you can see below, even the Hydro got in on the act.

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  13. Halloween Tea for a Tenner: Eddie's recipe for pecan pie

    Eddie the baker from Whole Foods always treats us well in the Riverside Show kitchen, tonight it was pecan pie.

    Have a great Halloween weekend folks. We'll be back tomorrow with lots more Glasgow news and fun.

    Halloween Tea for a Tenner: Eddie's recipe for pecan pie

    Halloween Tea for a Tenner: Eddie's recipe for pecan pie

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  14. More from @STVNews on today's Ipsos Mori figures

    Two thirds of Scottish voters favour a second referendum on independence in the next ten years according to today's figures.

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  15. Here's a movie that spells it out for you - it's going to be scary

    Ouija unravels a story about a group of teenagers who want to contact their dead friend, using the ouija board left in her house. As you can imagine, it doesn't just spell out hello...

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  16. The Hydro has turned into a pumkin for Halloween

    Well we're all getting dressed up, why shouldn't they?

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  17. Jake Gyllenhaal: broke and unemployed. There's something we'd never thought we'd say

    Fortunately, it's only a movie. Nightcrawler portrays the fast paced, cut-throat world of crime journalism, where Lou Bloom follows the advice of a cameraman's motto, "if it bleeds, it leads."

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  18. Not at Ed Sheeran? Here's what you're missing out on

    His incredible support act, Jamie Lawson popped into the #RiversideShow studio today.

    Ed Sheeran is a big fan and we're readily becoming so too.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

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  19. Teenager held in connection with attack that left man in hospital

    An 18-year-old male was allegedly assaulted in Glasgow city centre in the early hours of Friday.

    Teenager held in connection with attack that left man in hospital

    Teenager held in connection with attack that left man in hospital

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  20. Timothy Spall colours our screens with drama in Mr Turner

    Mr Turner is the latest captivating drama from director Mike Leigh that details the illustrated life of the British painter J.M.W. Turner.

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