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  1. Thousands mob shopping centre for glimpse of YouTube star

    There was more adolescent hysteria than a One Direction concert when 'the most famous person you've never heard of' arrived in the city.

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  2. Almost 100 children at risk or victims of exploitation in Glasgow

    The report by Glasgow City Council was published following the child sex abuse scandal in Rotherham, Yorkshire.

    Almost 100 children at risk or victims of exploitation in Glasgow

    Almost 100 children at risk or victims of exploitation in Glasgow

    via STV
  3. Europa League trophy stops off at Paradise

    As part of the build-up to Celtic's vital match against FC Salzburg on Thursday, the Europa League trophy will be on display on The Celtic Way outside the east end club's ground.

    Head down between 4.00pm - 7.00pm today for your chance to have your picture taken with one of the most famous pieces of silverware in world football.

    Come and see the @EuropaLeague trophy on The Celtic Way http://t.co/pWRcG7hvWW (NM) #UELCeltic http://t.co/XcCcbbYqd0

    Celtic Football Club

    @celticfc
    via Twitter
  4. Glasgow date for electronic music duo Gorgon City

    Riding high on the success of their debut album Sirens, dance music production duo Gorgon City have announced a tour date for Glasgow's O2 ABC next February.

    ||NEW SHOW|| DF Concerts Presents: @GorgonCity 5th Feb 2015 @O2music pre-sale starts now @TicketWebUK Fri 28 Nov at 9am

    O2 ABC Glasgow

    @O2ABC
    via Twitter
  5. Enjoy tea for two in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £19 instead of £40 for an afternoon tea for two at the stunning 29 Private Members Club in the City Centre including a cake stand stacked with homemade scones and an assortment of savoury bites and sweet treats from 29's new menu. That's a saving of 53%.

    29 Royal Exchange Sq afternoon tea

    29 Royal Exchange Sq afternoon tea

    via ITISON
  6. Glasgow's busiest streets to become no car zones

    The Herald reports that Glasgow's city council is expected to approve plans today as part of a strategy to reduce city centre traffic over the next decade with bus gates scheduled to be in place by 2017.

    The creation of new cycle lanes and the further pedestrianisation of key routes are also part of the proposal.

    Glasgow's busiest streets to become no-go zones for cars http://t.co/luf6sQ0ZOb

    Herald Editor

    @Herald_Editor
    via Twitter
  7. Secrets of Scotland's most famous comic book writer revealed

    The creator of 'Kick-Ass' reveals his top tips for succeeding in the comic book industry in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter.

    'Kick-Ass' Creator Mark Millar on How to Succeed in Comics and Hollywo

    'Kick-Ass' Creator Mark Millar on How to Succeed in Comics and Hollywo

    via HOLLYWOODREPORTER
  8. Glasgow private rents fall slightly

    Average private rents in the Glasgow and Clyde area have fallen slightly, according to the latest data from You Move.

    The chart below shows how Glasgow rents have changed over time, compared with Edinburgh and the Lothians and Scotland as a whole.

  9. Rocket Man, Elton John touches down in Glasgow next June

    Tickets go on sale Friday for Elton John live at the SSE Hydro next June.

    EltonJohn.com Tickets

    EltonJohn.com Tickets

    via ELTONJOHN
  10. Researchers in Glasgow develop smart phone device to tackle blindness around the world

    The portable eye examination kit comprises of smart phone apps and an adapter that can be used by health care professionals anywhere in the world to test eyes easily and cheaply.

    See this and more in our STV News morning bulletin.

    via STV
  11. Cold and cloudy day for Glasgow

    A cold and misty start to the morning with heavy cloud covering much of the city throughout the day, temperatures will struggle to reach above 6C.

    via STV
  12. Glasgow today: Plans for Red Road flats, John Bishop and Alan Bisset

    Good morning Glasgow.

    Here's your early morning news and events round-up.

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  13. Loved Anton and the Colts on #RiversideShow?

    Well you're in luck because they are playing King Tuts on December 11 and there's also their EP launch to look forward to in January.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  14. Charing Cross tunnel closed due to incident

    Try to avoid this part of the city as an incident is creating diversions and there is likely to be tailbacks as a result.

    #M8 (W) J18 after Charing X tunnel is currently completely closed due to a road traffic incident, Expect delays.

    Traffic Scotland

    @trafficscotland
    via Twitter
  15. Murder trial witness denies knife attack on woman and partner

    Ross Arthurs was giving evidence at trial of Paul McManus, who denies killing Isabelle Sanders in Crookston, Glasgow.

    Murder trial witness denies killing woman in Crookston attack

    Murder trial witness denies killing woman in Crookston attack

    via STV
  16. STV News has more on the inquiry into Vale of Leven

    There's been an emotional plea for the families of the Vale of Leven victims to receive proper compensation.

    via STV
  17. Citizens explore how Dickens became synonymous with Christmas

    With only four days to go until the arrival of A Christmas Carol at the Citizens Theatre, assistant director of the play Stephen Darcy explores the history and impact of one of the most well known Victorian tales in this great blog post.

    Citizens Theatre: Dickens' A Christmas Carol -

    Citizens Theatre: Dickens' A Christmas Carol - "A Ghost Story of Chris

    via CITIZENSTHEATRE
  18. Rapist subjected vulnerable woman to sex attack while on licence

    James Haran, who served eight years in for rape and attempted rape, attacked latest victim in Drumchapel, Glasgow.

    Rapist subjected vulnerable woman to sex attack while on licence

    Rapist subjected vulnerable woman to sex attack while on licence

    via STV
  19. It's a fond farewell from the Glasgow Bead Company

    Mike and Carol Kurtyka the owners of the Bead Company in Partick have announced the closure of their small store. They stated: "While many set out to be a huge financial success, we set out to be a godly presence in our community. We have been blessed by our customers and colleagues and we believe we have succeeded in our aims."

    the store are now having sales of 40% off to get rid of stock.

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  20. Thrill seekers prepare for a scare

    Preparations for the Irn Bru Carnival are well underway.

    The @IrnBruCarnival will be more extreme this year with the return of EXTREME XL which opens on the 8th of December! http://t.co/Ncxa2rwWGp

    The Irn Bru Carnival

    @IrnBruCarnival
    via Twitter
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