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  1. Yellow alerts for rain in Strathclyde and plenty of wind

    We can officially confirm it's time to abandon the shorts and t-shirts, wrap yourselves in waterproofs and fill your kitchens with copious amounts of tea and toast. It's a blustery one out there Glasgow...

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  2. Labour leader Johann Lamont resigns 'with immediate effect'

    Her resignation will be officially announced today - in the mean time here's the full update from STV News.

    Johann Lamont to stand down as leader of Scottish Labour

    Johann Lamont to stand down as leader of Scottish Labour

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  3. Morning Glasgow! Let's show our support for #STVspark finalists

    Glasgow actor Belle Jones is among the five finalists for the inaugural STV Digital Spark award taking place tonight. It's going to be a cracking event full of social media wizardry and craft beer - take a look at the final five after entries flooded in from across the country.

    Shortlist revealed for STV Digital Spark Award

    Shortlist revealed for STV Digital Spark Award

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  4. Are you joining us this weekend for the first ever #STVSpark Awards?

    The inaugural STV Digital Spark Award takes place on Saturday night in Dundee and we want you to help us decide the winner.

    To join us at the event simply click through to our Facebook event page. We'll be there, hope you'll join us.

    Have a great weekend, join us again for some great reading, news and Glasgow events.

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  5. Brad Pitt returns to familiar dangerous territory in Fury

    Filmed in the UK, Fury depicts the gritty warzones of Germany in 1945, where Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) leads his team through enemy lines, determined to defeat the Nazis.

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  6. You had your say on Scottish Government plans to lower drink drive limit

    You said that the drink driving limit should have a zero tolerance policy in response to the government's plans to reduce the limit over Christmas.

  7. Here's the STV News at Six with John MacKay

    A new lower drink drive limit is to be brought into force in time for the festive period. If approved by Holyrood the reduction will become law in December.

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  8. Still afraid of the Boogeyman? Well The Babadook is your new nightmare

    A mysterious book appears on Samuel's shelf detailing how to conjure up a monster called The Babadook. Yes, we're all thinking it, just don't open the book and don't look under the bed. Simple.

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  9. If you fancy a Halloween movie that wont make you paranoid to go to sleep, this is the one

    Co-written by 'Pan's Labyrinth' director Guillermo del Toro, The Book Of Life vibrantly animates a young man's journey to confront his fears as he's sent into The Land of the Remembered.

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  10. Your Disco Needs You cast shave heads ahead of opening night

    You might remember when we told you about Anita Neilson and her Kylie-inspired musical to raise breast cancer awareness.

    Having lost her hair during treatment for the disease in 2005, Anita has lost her hair once again - this time shaving her head to play the role of a cancer patient in her musical. Your Disco Needs You opens tonight.

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  11. John MacKay has been solving fashion crimes in the STV News studio

    You'll be surprised as to who is the guilty culprit in this case. Or maybe not...

    The latest Real MacKay video blog. A 40" detective mystery. Marvel at the performances and technical proficiency. https://t.co/kvLCa068II

    John MacKay

    @RealMacKaySTV
    via Twitter
  12. Modern family life depicted in This Is Where I Leave You

    A father's funeral causes a dysfunctional family to reunite in their childhood home and confront their issues as they live under the same roof again, along with their flamboyant mother.

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  13. John Mackay to make cameo appearance in play for Breast Cancer

    If you are heading along to this tonight... you might be in for quite a surprise.

    I'm appearing in a Kylie Musical this evening. Not sure about the hotpants, though. Do come along. http://t.co/N7OUyhBvWv

    John MacKay

    @RealMacKaySTV
    via Twitter
  14. Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper reignite their onscreen romance for Serena

    Set during the depression-era in 1929, newlyweds George and Serena move to North Carolina to pursue their dream of building a timber empire. However, when Serena learns she cannot have children, the plot takes a sinister turn.

    Play 'Serena - New trailer with Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence'
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  15. Scots golfer says amazing trick shot putt was "pure fluke"

    Greg Walker swears he made this ridiculous putt on his first attempt while mucking about with his dad on the golf course.

  16. Wine and dine in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £21 instead of £42 for a two course meal for two choosing from a menu of contemporary Scottish dishes at Ingram Wynd, in the heart of the Merchant City. That's a saving of 50%.

    Ingram Wynd Scottish dining

    Ingram Wynd Scottish dining

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  17. Scottish Ballet's first performance at the Tramway in eight years

    Their performance of Up Close starts tonight at the Tramway, marking their first performance in the intimate venue in just under a decade, and celebrating five years of calling Tramway home.

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  18. Clapham Common's finest brings Dapper laughs to O2 ABC

    Tickets went on sale this morning for social media funny man, Daniel O'Reilly's gig at the ABC on February 15 next year. Did you get your hands on them?

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  19. Rapist attacked woman who taught him literacy skills in prison

    Alan Clark also raped a second woman and assaulted two others in Glasgow, Clydebank and Dumbarton.

    He has been jailed for eight years and it was also ordered that Clark be kept under supervision for a further four years.

    Rapist attacked woman who taught him literacy skills in prison

    Rapist attacked woman who taught him literacy skills in prison

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  20. Azur Bistro brings Parisian flavours to Princes Square

    From crepes and patisserie to moules marinieres, the new French eatery is bringing a taste of Paris to Princes Square.

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