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  1. Craig Whyte held by Scots police after landing at Heathrow from Mexico

    STV understands Police Scotland detained Whyte on arrival at the London airport from Mexico City.

    He will be transported north to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Friday

    Craig Whyte held by Scots police after landing at Heathrow from Mexico

    Craig Whyte held by Scots police after landing at Heathrow from Mexico

    via STV
  2. New Scottish music author talks best albums, acts and a Scottish SXSW

    Andy Reilly looks back on a hectic year for the Scottish music scene. Oh and he's just released a book all about it.

    [Read more]

  3. Melissa Reid's father: Drug smuggling's 'tremendous impact' on family

    Billy Reid features in the Foreign Office's 'Mules are fools, Don't be an ass' campaign.

    Melissa Reid's father: Drug smuggling's 'tremendous impact' on family

    Melissa Reid's father: Drug smuggling's 'tremendous impact' on family

    via STV
  4. Guardian recommend the Arches for alternative panto this Christmas

    War on Christmas is for "Anyone who has ever felt like saying “Bah, humbug!” to the John Lewis ad" according to The Guardian.

    Read more about the play which runs at the Arches from December 11 until December 28.

    The best festive shows this Christmas

    The best festive shows this Christmas

    via THEGUARDIAN
  5. Claus Voigtmann added to Sunday Circus New Years special

    The co-founder of London’s most underground party ToiToi Musik has been added to team for Sunday Circus New Year's Day special alongside Craig Richards, which will this year be held at the Art School.

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  6. Forgot the hussle of daily life as you pass through Queen Street Station

    Sven Werner's Station Stories have made their home in Queen Street Station until Saturday. By peeking into this Victorian style peep show installation you'll be taken on a journey in a gramophone-powered train carriage whizzing through the snow.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  7. Barrowland Park and Album Pathway won't be moved in 2015

    Glasgow City Council has confirmed the park will stay for at least the next 12 months after 5000 people signed a petition to make it permanent.

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  8. Spring tour will bring The View to Barrowlands

    Tenement TV have reported that The View will play the Barrowlands on March 27 next year as part of a bigger tour across Scotland.

    Pre-tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow morning.Click through for the link.

    The View to Tour in Spring 2015 | Tenement TV

    The View to Tour in Spring 2015 | Tenement TV

    via TENEMENTTV
  9. Bah humburger! Burger Meats Bun release their festive menu

    Foodies will be jingling all the way to Burger Meats Bun from Tuesday as their menu gets into the festive spirit.

    They can expect to find treats such as the ‘No Thyme like the Pheasant’ Burger Special (pictured below), rosemary salted chips and the curiously-named special side, ‘Dogs in Blankets’.

    via STV
  10. Get away for a break in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £189 instead of up to £380 for a luxury overnight stay with full Scottish breakfast for two with a choice of three course dinner or £90 towards spa treatments or a round of golf on the Kintyre course at the award-winning five star Trump Turnberry. That's a saving of up to 50%.

    Trump Turnberry luxury overnight

    Trump Turnberry luxury overnight

    via ITISON
  11. Get comfortably numb with Think Floyd

    The popular Pink Floyd tribute act will be kick-starting the weekend tomorrow night at the King's Theatre.

    Think Floyd | Gigs 2014

    Think Floyd | Gigs 2014

    via THINKFLOYD
  12. Celebrating the Arthur Montford years

    We look back on the life and career of the legendary STV broadcaster, who has passed away at the age of 85.

    From the STV archives: Celebrating the Arthur Montford years

    From the STV archives: Celebrating the Arthur Montford years

    via STV
  13. Blade Runner coming to the GFT next month

    The Final Cut edition of the cult sci-fi classic will be screening on December 14. And here's a trailer to get you in the mood.

    Play 'Blade Runner Trailer 2007
    via YOUTUBE
  14. Murder accused 'carried out knifepoint carjacking before attack'

    Taxi driver Daniel O'Donnell picked out murder accused Paul McManus to police as the man who tried to steal his BMW 3 series and stabbed him in the knee. Our colleagues @STVNews have more on this story.

    Murder accused 'carried out knifepoint carjacking before attack'

    Murder accused 'carried out knifepoint carjacking before attack'

    via STV
  15. Glasgow Airport welcomes moves to devolve air passenger duty

    Glasgow Airport chief, Amanada McMillan, has welcomed proposals in the Smith Commission report that could see control over Air Passenger Duty devolved to Holyrood.

    Calling for a "reform" of the tax, the managing director of Glasgow Airport said: "We welcome the findings of the Smith Commission which has recommended the devolvement of Air Passenger Duty (APD) to the Scottish Parliament. APD is the highest form of aviation tax in the world and it is important it is devolved and reformed as soon as possible."

    via STV
  16. Author Alex Gray says thank you to the Mitchell Library

    "Thank you to all the patient assistants who directed me to the right volumes when I needed them. Thank you to the staff who showed me what was possible."

    A Love Letter to The Mitchell Library from author Alex Gray

    A Love Letter to The Mitchell Library from author Alex Gray

    via SCOTTISHBOOKTRUST
  17. 1100 police officers to relocate to the East End soon

    The final touches are being put to the Riverside East development, a £24 million five-storey office building on French Street. It will soon host hundreds of Police officers when they move out of their current Pitt Street HQ.

    Cop a look at city's new £24m police HQ- http://t.co/r0xPQdb9RU

    The Evening Times

    @TheEveningTimes
    via Twitter
  18. Smith Commission proposals revealed

    Here's a quick overview of the powers that could be devolved to Holyrood if the Smith Commission proposals are implemented.

    Smith Commission recommends devolution of income tax to Holyrood

    Smith Commission recommends devolution of income tax to Holyrood

    via STV
  19. Glasgow's Yesbar planning Scottish expansion

    The owner of the pro-independence pub is eyeing up premises in Dundee, Greenock and Inverness.

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  20. Making sure young people don't spend Christmas alone

    Who Cares Scotland will hold a special Christmas day dinner for young care leavers, who would otherwise spend December 25 on their own. Can you help?

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