STV Glasgow channel launches

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  1. Glasgow, how good are you selfies?

    You can take a Charles Rennie Mackintosh style selfie down at the Lighthouse as part of Doors Open Days and we'd love to see them. Tweet us @STVGlasgow or Facebook us your #mackselfie! We'll be back tomorrow. Goodnight!

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  2. A lesson in creating the perfect combination of grub and beer

    The Glasgow Foodies followed their taste radar to the Tennents Training Academy for a craft beer culinary cornucopia.

    Preview - Craft Beer Rising, Glasgow

    Preview - Craft Beer Rising, Glasgow

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  3. Warriors whip Dragons despite sin bin setback

    Glasgow ran out 33-13 winners at Rodney Parade, with Alex Dunbar crowned man of the match and skipper Josh Strauss scoring a try in his 50th appearance.

    FULL-TIME: After being reduced to 14 men early in the second half, the Warriors showed great resilience to secure a bonus point win. 33-13!

    Glasgow Warriors

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  4. The battle of the sexes continues in Think Like A Man Too

    All of the original cast from the hit comedy 'Think Like A Man' reunite for a wedding. However, when it's set in the bright lights of Las Vegas, the city paves the way for a weekend of madness.

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  5. The year 2048: no one is allowed to be rude and it never rains

    Not as good as it sounds though.Philip Noyce's futuristic film, The Giver, is set in a classless society, where a young boy is exposed to the truth behind the world they live in.

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  6. Roller discos didn't die when the 1980s ended

    There will be plenty more roller discos once a permanent skating rink opens in the city.

    REPORT BY: Jamie Brotherston

  7. Colin Firth and Emma Stone make an unlikely but loveable duo this weeks romcom

    Woody Allen's Magic in the Moonlight uses the backdrop of the Jazz Age to set the scene for magician Stanley and psychic Sophie to meet.

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  8. IndyRef Daily: Byres Road thrown into dissaray

    The referendum may be over, but Stephen Daisley still has lots to say.

    Indyref Daily: Outrage as Scotland defies sovereign will of Byres Road

    Indyref Daily: Outrage as Scotland defies sovereign will of Byres Road

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  9. Avoid rough on the roads with this Ryder Cup travel guide

    Have a look at this road map which could see your Ryder Cup run a smoother course.

    Going to #RyderCup,did u know P&R sites are colour coded on all rd signs? Orange=Kinross,Green=Stirling &Purple=Perth http://t.co/ttLsvKvYQN

    Traffic Scotland

    @trafficscotland
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  10. Joanne Calderwood: 'The UFC is definitely coming to Scotland in 2015'

    The first Scotswoman to compete in the world’s premier fighting organisation says the Ultimate Fighting Championship is 'definitely' coming to Scotland in 2015.

    REPORT BY: David Bateman

  11. How the referendum was won and lost across Scotland's cities

    A look across Scotland and reviews the votes that decided the referendum.

    REPORT BY: Peter Geogeghan

  12. Floodgates open on Glasgow's creative canals

    Cruise down the canal on this hop-on-hop-off water taxi and discover what places looked like 200 years ago with a new app.

    REPORT BY: Jamie Brotherston

  13. Kidnapping thriller in need of a badass detective, who you gonna call?

    Liam Neeson of course. Adapted from Lawrence Block's bestselling novels, A Walk Among The Tombstones sees Matt Scudder (Neeson) on the hunt for a dangerous gang before they kill their next victim.

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  14. Braff is back dabbling in directing with his latest film Wish I Was Here

    Ten years on from making 'Garden State', Zach Braff directs and stars alongside Kate Hudson in a touching comedy about a father and his family struggles.

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  15. Engineering on the track between Glasgow Central and Edinburgh

    Measures have been put in place with alternative train and bus services, but you can expect travel times to double.

    Engineering work affecting Glasgow Central - Edinburgh via Shotts (Sat

    Engineering work affecting Glasgow Central - Edinburgh via Shotts (Sat

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  16. Gordon Brown pledges devolution promises will be delivered

    At a speech in Fife, a day after Scotland voted to remain part of the Union, Mr Brown said: "There is a time to fight but there is a time to unite and this is the time for Scotland to unite and see if it can find common purpose and move from the battle ground to the common ground and let us seek to find high ground in trying to find a way forward for the future."

    Gordon Brown sets out vision for further Scottish devolution

    Gordon Brown sets out vision for further Scottish devolution

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  17. Colin Firth and Emma Stone make an unlikely but loveable duo this weeks romcom

    Woody Allen's Magic in the Moonlight uses the backdrop of the Jazz Age to set the scene for magician Stanley and psychic Sophie to meet.

    via STV
  18. Alex Salmond: From business student to Scotland's First Minister

    Douglas Barrie looks back on Alex Salmond's career following his decision to step down as First Minister and SNP leader.

    Alex Salmond: From business student to Scotland's First Minister

    Alex Salmond: From business student to Scotland's First Minister

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  19. These are no ordinary Uni lads you'd find doing a Subcrawl...

    The Riot Club showcases some pretty faces and posh accents in this week's drama about an elite group of Oxford students who go push their power to the limit.

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  20. Unrest in George Square sees six arrested

    Crowds of loyalists gathered in George Square on Friday evening to celebrate the No vote and were met by Yes campaigners, while police tried to separate the two sides.

    Six arrested after loyalist demonstration violence in Glasgow

    Six arrested after loyalist demonstration violence in Glasgow

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