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  1. Slept through the action? Catch up here

    What a busy 24-hours it's been. This time last night the polls were still open and we had no idea what would happen. Now Alex Salmond has said he'll resign and things have turned ugly in the centre of Glasgow. If you missed the results and the reaction, it's all here.

    That's all from us tonight, but we're back bright and early to kick-start your weekend.

  2. The STV News at Six Special with John MacKay

    It's been a monumental and emotional day for Scotland and for Scottish politics. Tonight Alex Salmond announced his resignation.

    via STV
  3. Africa in Motion 2014: Looking back, reaching forward

    Africa in Motion are now gearing up for our main festival taking place from October 24 to November 9 all over Edinburgh and Glasgow.

    Just 10 days until the #AiM2014 programme launches! #Edinburgh #Glasgow #Stirling http://t.co/TptqC4K35U

    Africa in Motion

    @AiMfilmfest
    via Twitter
  4. Chocolate fudge brownies on tonight's #TeaforaTenner

    Jennifer and David join Eddie the baker to make some chocolate fudge brownies.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  5. 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.

    via STV
  6. Dozens of demonstrators protest in George Square as police gather

    Dozens of police officers, some with horses, closed the city centre square to traffic on Friday evening.

    Many of the protesters can be seen holding union flags and singing pro-union songs.

    Lines of police officers divided the group of Yes supporters from the group, who were singing songs and waving flags.

    Dozens of demonstrators protest in George Square as police gather

    Dozens of demonstrators protest in George Square as police gather

    via STV
  7. Don't miss the Queens Park Farmers' Market tomorrow

    Fancy a taste of rural Scotland? Well make sure you get to the Queens Park Farmers' Market tomorrow from 10am.

    The market is located at the Victoria Road entrance to the Park .

    The one and only Queens Park Farmers Market tomorrow! Bringing a taste of rural Scotland to the southside of Glasgow

    Glasgow Markets

    @GlasgowMarkets
    via Twitter
  8. Police appear to have detained a man amid chaotic scenes at George Square

    Colin Stone reporting live from George Square.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  9. Watch live feed from George Square

    Here is a live feed from George Square where supporters from both sides of the independence campaign have been separated by police.

    Play 'LIVE: Scots react to referendum results in Glasgow'
    via YOUTUBE
  10. Delays on M8 as George Square shuts to traffic

    Don't expect to get anywhere fast if you're driving in or towards the city centre.

    #Glasgow *George Square is CLOSED* - causing heavy traffic on #M8 btwn J15 and J16 off-slip, very long queues here at the moment.

    Traffic Scotland

    @trafficscotland
    via Twitter
  11. Supporters from both sides of the referendum campaign clash in George Square

    Peter Smith reports live from George Square.

    via STV
  12. Fears celebrations could turn ugly in George Square

    This is the scene just now. Our reporter Peter Smith says supporters from both sides of the independence debate are growing in numbers. Channel 4 News reporter Alex Thomson is there too, and this is his view:

    Unionists singing and demonstrating and throwing flares http://t.co/YoWDIkwruF

    alex thomson

    @alextomo
    via Twitter
  13. Scotland's Journey: End of the road for Alex Salmond

    Speaking to voters and journalists at the end of an epic day in Scottish politics, Neil Drysdale mulls over the resignation of the Scottish independence campaign's champion.

  14. 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.

    via STV
  15. Glasgow is officially the friendliest city in the world

    We heard the phrase People Make Glasgow tossed about throughout the Commonwealth games, but now Rough Guides, the travel book have officially named Glasgow the friendliest city in the world, as voted by their social media followers.

    Writer Robin McKelvie tweeted: 'friendliest city quite clearly Glasgow in my experience & that's not a ‘Yes or No’ loaded answer.'

    The world's friendliest cities - as voted by you | Photo Gallery

    The world's friendliest cities - as voted by you | Photo Gallery

    via ROUGHGUIDES
  16. Get suited and booted, and see in the new season with style at Silverburn

    From the 'in' winter coat to the right height of boot, Silverburn's Autumn Fashion Fix event on October fourth and fifth has the answer to all your fashion qualms for the oncoming cooler months. Pop it in the diary.

    Book your tickets for the AFF 4&5 Oct http://t.co/bdptVjA1c6 #AFF http://t.co/TONyWxQWiP

    Shop Silverburn

    @shopsilverburn
    via Twitter
  17. 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.

    via STV
  18. Tears in George Sqaure as Glasgow reacts to Alex Salmond's resignation

    Here's how the city reacted to the resignation of Alex Salmond, a shock twist on this already historic day.

    Report by Katherine Palmer

  19. Scotland's future in one word according to ten Glaswegians

    Our reporter Mary McCool was out in George Square this afternoon asking the public for thoughts on Scotland's future - here's what they came up with.

    Scotland's future for ten...

    Scotland's future for ten...

    via WORDEO
  20. Treat yourself in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £62 instead of £125 for an indulgent spa experience for two at the five star award-winning Carrick Spa at Cameron House including a two hour Thermal Experience, access to the spectacular rooftop infinity pool plus Rasul Mud Therapy Experience. That's a saving 50%.

    Cameron House 5* Thermal Spa

    Cameron House 5* Thermal Spa

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