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  1. Signalling problems causing delays on trains

    Scotrail have tweeted warning of potential delays between Glasgow and Paisley Gilmour Street due to a signalling problem.

    Due to earlier signalling problems between Glasgow Central and Paisley Gilmour Street, services may be cancelled, delayed or revised. 1/2

    ScotRail

    @ScotRail
    via Twitter
  2. 'Peru Two' drug mule to front anti-smuggling campaign

    Scottish cocaine drug mule Melissa Reid is to be used as the face of a new campaign warning people against drug smuggling abroad.

    Peru drug mule Melissa Reid to be face of anti-smuggling campaign

    Peru drug mule Melissa Reid to be face of anti-smuggling campaign

    via STV
  3. It's time to dig out the winter coat

    It looks set to be a grey day across Glasgow with the chance of some showers across the afternoon. Temperatures will stay around the 12C mark.

    via STV
  4. Glasgow today: Billy Connolly, Boomtown Rats and Glasgay!

  5. Meet Glasgow's Little Monsters: Gaga's Hydro fans

    Lady Gaga's ArtRave tour is at the Hydro tonight and fans have been outside the arena since 10pm last night to make sure they're front and centre to see it. Sean Timlin met some of Gaga's Glasgow fans.

    That's all from us - we'll be back early tomorrow with the latest news, events and city buzz.

  6. Deal of the day: Three Sisters serving up two-course lunch

    Sunday lunch? Quarriers Village's Three Sisters Bake is offering a two cource lunch for two for £12 instead of up to £26.

    Three Sisters Bake lunch

    Three Sisters Bake lunch

    via ITISON
  7. Police release image of man after serious assault in city street

    Police have released an image of a man they believe may be able to assist their enquiries following a serious assault in May.

    At around 9.05am on Thursday, May 15, a 35-year-old man was seriously assaulted near an ASDA store in Gorstan Street, in the Summerston area of Glasgow.

    Police release image of man after serious assault in city street

    Police release image of man after serious assault in city street

    via STV
  8. People Make Glasgow

    What was the best present you received?

    Robert Lindsay Spiers, 57: “Getting my first rifle at seven years old. I joined the army when I was 15 and came out when I was 18. It gave me a completely different outlook on life, makes your realise how much people take for granted.”

    Why were you excited by a rifle at seven?

    Robert: “I’ve always been keen on fishing and shooting as my dad was. I shot all the deer for the Queen’s Jubilee meal. I’ve even been asked to go on Come Dine With Me before.”

    via STV
  9. While we were trying to feed Paul Hollywood tea cakes...

    ... Glasgow Food Geek Pam Gilmour was actually making the most of the Good Food Show, sampling some of the stalls' fare, watching the panels and, of course, getting her picture taken with Great British Bake Off stars.

    BBC Good Food Show 2014

    BBC Good Food Show 2014

    via GLASGOW FOOD GEEK|REVIEWS OF GLASGOW RESTAURANTS AND FOOD| FOOD BLOG
  10. Hundreds of runners in tribute event to murdered Moira Jones

    Hundreds of runners took to Queen's Park in Glasgow in memory of Moira Jones who was murdered there in 2008.

    Comedian Elaine C Smith, who is a patron of The Moira Fund, said the run was about "reclaiming Queen's Park", where Moira's body was found in May 2008.

    Hundreds of runners in tribute event to murdered Moira Jones

    Hundreds of runners in tribute event to murdered Moira Jones

    via STV
  11. Coming out of their shells after 20 years, the legendary turtles return

    Transformers producer Michael Bay collaborates with director Jonathan Liebesman on the blockbuster return of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The city of New York is being terrorised by the evil Foot Clan, so TV reporter April calls on the ninja's for help.

    via STV
  12. People Make Glasgow

    What’s the most valuable thing you’ve broken? Katherine Ainscoe, 29: “The bow on a violin that belonged to my teacher! She acted very calm about it but I knew it was pretty bad I had snapped it.”

    Do you still play the violin?

    Katherine: “No, I don’t think it’s a very sociable instrument. You have to play with people and that’s fun but I didn’t really just want to play it on my own in my own time.”

    via STV
  13. Glasgow Prestwick Airport to receive additional £10m in loan

    The Scottish Government is to provide an additional £10m to a struggling airport that it bought last year for £1.

    The Scottish Government took the airport into public ownership last year after owners Infratil had earmarked it for closure.

    Glasgow Prestwick Airport to receive additional £10m in loan

    Glasgow Prestwick Airport to receive additional £10m in loan

    via STV
  14. 'It’s foolish to regret anything, I learnt the past doesn’t exist'

    As the Big Yin prepares for a string of sold out stand-up shows at the Clyde Auditorium, we reckon this interview with The Telegraph is worth a read. Here Billy Connolly talks about being on the road, growing older and how he's not afraid to die.

    Billy Connolly interview: 'Robin Williams tried to say goodbye to me'

    Billy Connolly interview: 'Robin Williams tried to say goodbye to me'

    via TELEGRAPH
  15. Woman dies in hospital after falling from footbridge on to motorway

    A woman has died in hospital after falling from a bridge on to the M8 motorway.Police are appealing to anyone who may have been walking in the area of the bridge around the time of the incident, who may have seen the woman, to contact them.

    Woman dies in hospital after falling from footbridge on to motorway

    Woman dies in hospital after falling from footbridge on to motorway

    via STV
  16. People Make Glasgow

    What’s the bravest thing you’ve done?

    Robert Mattheson-Blue, 63: “I used to work with the lifeboats, so when the alarm was raised I’d launch all the boats out to sea. I can’t pinpoint a single time, but it was definitely the bravest thing, having to lift all the bodies after the accidents...Saw too many.”

    via STV
  17. Glasgay! 2014: 'The Pope of Trash' and Scottish Beat poets

    While 21st birthdays usually see you presented with a key to the door, Glasgay! will be getting the keys to arts venues across the city as they return for a month of exhibitions, live music, theatre and debate.

    Nicola Love has the lowdown on the top acts to see at this year's festival.

  18. What do Harry Potter and Kick-Ass' Hit Girl have in common?

    They're both Scottish characters in Book Week Scotland's "favourite character from a Scottish book" poll. Cast your vote for your favourite fictitious figure before the shortlist is announced on November 28.

    Vote for your favourite character from a Scottish book

    Vote for your favourite character from a Scottish book

    via SCOTTISHBOOKTRUST
  19. Deal of the day: Three Sisters serving up two-course lunch

    Sunday lunch? Quarriers Village's Three Sisters Bake is offering a two cource lunch for two for £12 instead of up to £26.

    Three Sisters Bake lunch

    Three Sisters Bake lunch

    via ITISON
  20. Looks like the rain isn't going anywhere today

    Whether you're queuing for Lady Gaga or just fancied some Sunday shopping, you're in for a wet day. The rain is expected to ease up a little after 4pm, with temperatures reaching highs of 14C.

    via STV
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