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  1. Impact Arts celebrate 20 years with new exhibition

    We leave you for the night with a glance at the arts organisation's new exhibition which just opened at The Young Gallery. The exhibition documents the history of the charity and it's well worth a visit to see all that they have achieved over the past 20 years.

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  2. Watch the STV News at Six with John MacKay

    As the prime minister argues the UK supports a million jobs in Scotland - business leaders here say independence lies at the heart of the nation's future.

    via STV
  3. Register for the first Scottish Stammering Network Open Day

    If you've seen the pieces on the condition from the STV Glasgow news bulletins and on the Riverside Show, then you may be interested to find out more about the Scottish Stammering Network.

    Scottish Stammering Network Glasgow Open Day

    Scottish Stammering Network Glasgow Open Day

    via EVENTBRITE
  4. Simon Amstell signs up for Glasgow International Comedy Festival

    The former host of Never Mind The Buzzcocks will be at the Citizens Theatre for the 2015 festival on March 8. Click through for ticket details.

    Citizens Theatre

    via CITZ
  5. 'I have to make an example for the upcoming players'

    Wakaso Mubarak wants to set a precedent for young, upcoming players in his homeland by impressing at Celtic.

    Wakaso Mubarak: I'm Celtic's first Ghanaian and I'm here to make histo

    Wakaso Mubarak: I'm Celtic's first Ghanaian and I'm here to make histo

    via STV
  6. Brian McFie's work available to view in the city next month

    The artist who studied at the Glasgow School of Art between 1979-1983 will have work on display at Cafe Gandolfi and at the Art Village as well.

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  7. Memories of First World War veterans brought to life

    Still Sounds: The Great War is on at the Burrell Collection until October 18 and is free entry.

    Memories of Glasgow's First World War veterans brought to life

    Memories of Glasgow's First World War veterans brought to life

    via STV
  8. Good news if you're a craft beer loving student

    Brewdog bars up and down the country (including in Glasgow) will be serving up a 15% discount to students Monday to Friday between 12pm-5pm.

    Student discount in UK BrewDog bars

    Student discount in UK BrewDog bars

    via BREWDOG
  9. Glasgow Science Centre hosts project teaching teenagers coding

    A total of 100 teenagers from across Glasgow are already part of the scheme, learning new digital skills on technology including the Raspberry Pi budget computer.

    Young Glaswegians take part in project to learn digital coding

    Young Glaswegians take part in project to learn digital coding

    via STV
  10. Glasgow wrestling superstar falling on his feet after WWE spell

    Drew Galloway (formerly McIntyre) talks Insane Championship Wrestling, life after the WWE and his love for Rangers.

    REPORT BY: David Bateman

  11. Enjoy a meal out in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £12 instead of up to £26 for any pizza, pasta or risotto dish for two or £20 instead of up to £43 to include a glass of Prosecco or wine and tea or coffee each at Il Pavone, Princes Square or Newton Mearns. That's a saving of up to 54%.

    Il Pavone Italian dining

    Il Pavone Italian dining

    via ITISON
  12. Watch a live stream of STV News at Six

    This stream is available for desktop and iPad users. Mobile users should switch to the standard desktop version of the site to enjoy the stream.

    Watch a live stream of STV News at Six: Glasgow and West of Scotland

    Watch a live stream of STV News at Six: Glasgow and West of Scotland

    via STV
  13. Refugee Council welcomes council decision to help Syrian refugees

    A recent decision made by Glasgow City Council to bring 50 Syrian refugees to Glasgow has been welcomed by the Scottish Refugee Council.

    They said 'Glasgow and Scotland have a proud record of welcoming people who have escaped horrendous conflict and persecution.' and 'We are proud this heritage continues today with Syrians.' Read more from the Scottish Refugee Council here.

    Opening our arms to Syrian refugees

    Opening our arms to Syrian refugees

    via SCOTTISHREFUGEECOUNCIL
  14. 'We are very light on the ground bodies wise' says Archie

    Alan Archibald has been left exasperated in his bid to improve his squad as the final day of summer business approaches.

    Partick Thistle boss expects late deals as deadline day approaches

    Partick Thistle boss expects late deals as deadline day approaches

    via STV
  15. Watch as this Lighthouse exhibition of print grows

    Edwin Pickstone, artist in residence at Glasgow School of Art will set up a workshop in the gallery at The Lighthouse and demonstrate the letterpress process by creating a series of prints during the run of the show, which starts in September.

    #Glasgow based printer/typographer Edwin Pickstone exhibits here soon http://t.co/dKTeOC9pFW #typography #letterpress http://t.co/RlQfvJUgva

    The Lighthouse

    @The_Lighthouse
    via Twitter
  16. Head to La Cheetah Club to Burn The Elastic tomorrow night

    Belgian producer Innershades will be there making his Scottish debut - and there are still tickets if you fancy heading along.

    Burn The Elastic with Innershades at La Cheetah Club

    Burn The Elastic with Innershades at La Cheetah Club

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  17. Celtic's new signing was talking to the press today

    Wakaso Mubarak will wear the number 32 jersey at Parkhead and you can hear more from the on-loan winger on tonight's STV News at Six.

    WM: "Everyone I met made me feel amazing. I had no concerns after Tuesday. You have to appreciate what you have in hand." (MD)

    Celtic Football Club

    @celticfc
    via Twitter
  18. Free parkour training sessions for women in September

    The Glasgow Parkour Girls club have sessions on Wednesday September 3 at 6.30pm at the Wellington Monument. Or, if you're busy then, head to the one on Wednesday September 17 at the same time at Bristo Square.

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  19. Italian restaurant expanding from the capital to Glasgow

    La Favourita is coming to Gibson Street very soon and has also received a nomination in the recent Italian Food Awards. Find out more about them by visiting their Edinburgh Facebook page here.

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  20. Watch this afternoon's STV News with Kelly-Ann Woodland

    Three quarters of Scots cancer patients who also suffer from depression are not getting the therapy and help they need, according to a new study.

    via STV
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