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  1. One in four A&E patients in Glasgow not being treated quickly enough

    One in four patients at A and E wards in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area have not been treated within the target time.

    More from the STV News at Six.

    via STV
  2. Kelvin joined us on #RiversideShow ahead of their tour in May

    Their debut single Punching Bag will be released in April. Take a listen and let us know what you think.

  3. Police arrest 36-year-old man over three alleged sexual assaults

    Police made a public appeal on Monday over three assaults in Glasgow in November of last year.

    Police arrest 36-year-old man over three alleged sexual assaults

    Police arrest 36-year-old man over three alleged sexual assaults

    via STV NEWS
  4. Lawson will be taking over the Garage in April

    British pop-band Lawson will play The Garage on April 2 and if they are taking over you the way they are Taking Over Me - sorry, terrible pun - then tickets go on sale on March 11.

    #NewShow @LawsonOfficial will play @Garageglasgow - 2/Apr! Tix onsale 11/Mar > http://t.co/M7Wd24UJny http://t.co/L8Zi3CdZt7

    Gigs in Scotland

    @gigsinscotland
    via Twitter
  5. Calvin Harris announced for Bellahouston park Summer Sessions

    The first act has been announced for Bellahouston park's Summer Sessions in 2015.

    Calvin will present 'Outside' on Sunday August 30 and tickets for the gig go on sale this Friday morning at 9am from Ticketmaster.

    Tickets on sale Friday! http://t.co/q1yrzsRKBL

    Calvin Harris

    @CalvinHarris
    via Twitter
  6. Castlemilk community food bank reopens

    The Helping Hands foodbank has reopened after being forced to close at the start of February due to a supply shortage.

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  7. Boy in court charged with attacking pupil with knife outside school

    The 15-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, allegedly assaulted boy near secondary school Glasgow's south side.

    Boy in court charged with attacking pupil with knife outside school

    Boy in court charged with attacking pupil with knife outside school

    via STV NEWS
  8. Man held at airport after 'trying to board flight with knuckleduster'

    Security staff at Sumburgh Airport called in police at around 11.30am on Tuesday over the incident.

    Man held at airport after 'trying to board flight with knuckleduster'

    Man held at airport after 'trying to board flight with knuckleduster'

    via STV NEWS
  9. Nervo beats will return to the Arches in June

    Colours bring the Australian DJ sisters Miriam and Olivia Nervo back to the Arches on Friday June 26. You may not know they co-wrote David Guetta and Kelly Rowland's When love Takes Over.

    ANNOUNCEMENT! Our favourite ladies @nervomusic will be back at The @archesglasgow on Friday 26th June! http://t.co/hFi5V1VmeW

    Colours

    @coloursofficial
    via Twitter
  10. Andy Murray takes to the court at Emirates ahead of weekend clash

    The David Cup championship takes place this weekend in Glasgow and will see Andy Murray play alongside his brother Jamie Murray as part of team Great Britain.

    If you haven't got tickets then there is a fanzone set up at Merchant Square with activities for all the family.

    Andy Murray is busy on court right now at the Emirates Arena with Leon Smith ahead of the @DavisCup https://t.co/VMLVoNRMJt

    Tennis Scotland

    @tennisscotland
    via Twitter
  11. Thousands left without water in Glasgow after 'major incident'

    Supplies restored after customers experienced 'loss of water supply, low pressure and discoloured water'.

    Thousands left without water in Glasgow after 'major incident'

    Thousands left without water in Glasgow after 'major incident'

    via STV NEWS
  12. Babu spice up the line-up at The Great Scottish Beer Celebration

    Babu Kitchen will bring their take on traditional Indian street food to the festival which will take place at the Barras Art and Design Centre over March 13 and 14.

    Babu joins Burger Meats Bun and Fire in Babylon in supplying some gourmet grub to soak up all that Scottish craft beer.

    via
  13. Scotland set for emerald action as St Patrick's festivals launch

    The blue banners of Scotland are about to be swapped for a bright shade of green as our cities St Patrick's Day festivities get underway.

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  14. Mike Ashley handed £7,500 fine by Scottish FA over dual interest

    Newcastle owner has been found guilty of holding a dual interest in football clubs.

    Mike Ashley handed £7,500 fine by Scottish FA over dual interest

    Mike Ashley handed £7,500 fine by Scottish FA over dual interest

    via STV NEWS
  15. 'Patriarchitecture': Plans to diversify university building names

    The University of Glasgow has agreed to name its buildings after women and ethnic minorities following a campaign from students.

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  16. Sauchiehall Street consultation is off to a busy start

    People have gathered in the Piping Centre today to have their say on changes coming to the Sauchiehall Street area and Garnethill.

    Liz Cameron will join us on #RiversideShow tonight to talk about developments so far. We'll also take a trip back in time down the history of Sauchiehall Street with local historian Fergus Sutherland.

    A packed Piping Centre for the launch #sauchiehall workshop http://t.co/OH1okARB0Y

    Sauchiehall District

    @sauchiehall2015
    via Twitter
  17. What would happen if a cataclysmic event forced 100 strangers to spend the night in a public building?

    That was the question resident artist at the GoMA, Ellie Harrison asked when she invited people to stay overnight in the gallery as part of participatory art project, Dark Days.

    Find out how they got on.

    Dark Days Follow-Up

    Dark Days Follow-Up

    via CENTRAL STATION
  18. First review in for Jak and Eddie's Scottish Kitchen

    STV Glasgow held a special preview screening of Jak and Eddie's Scottish Kitchen for the city's food bloggers. The first review is in from Gerry's Kitchen - check out what he had to say.

    Gerry's Kitchen

    Gerry's Kitchen

    via GERRYSKITCHEN
  19. Cargo ship which ran aground to be repaired at Clyde shipyard

    The Lysblink Seaways leaked oil after grounding on the foreshore at Kilchoan on February 18.

    Cargo ship which ran aground to be repaired at Clyde shipyard

    Cargo ship which ran aground to be repaired at Clyde shipyard

    via STV NEWS
  20. Sugar Dumplin set to bring sunshine vibes to the city

    A new BBQ and bar will be aiming to create a Caribbean corner in Princes Square when it opens in early April.

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