STV Glasgow channel launches

Glasgow’s new TV channel is here – Sky 117, Virgin 159 and Freeview 23, Make sure you retune!

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  1. People Make Glasgow

    As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

    Jenna Maclean, 19: “A banker. I had a post office set that I loved playing with the money and sorting it out and thought working in a bank would be the most exciting thing. I’m now studying hospitality, completely different.”

    via STV
  2. Mental health services 'need help' after fall in specialist nurses

    The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Scotland has called for more investment in mental health services after figures revealed the number of specialist nurses has fallen.

    A report by the organisation found that the NHS in Scotland lost 64 mental health nurses between 2011 and 2014.

    Mental health services 'need help' after fall in specialist nurses

    Mental health services 'need help' after fall in specialist nurses

    via STV
  3. Ronny Deila: Yesterday's performance was 'poor'

    Despite walking away with three points after a 2-1 win over the Dark Blues, the Celtic manager said: "It was a poor performance. I expected more."

    Ronny Deila: I expected more of Celtic despite win over Dundee

    Ronny Deila: I expected more of Celtic despite win over Dundee

    via STV
  4. YMCA Scotland appoints first woman leader in 90 years

    "I am excited by the challenges of the job ahead that will enable me to speak out with and for young people, many of whom are vulnerable and marginalised."

    [Read more]

  5. Deal of the day: overnight stay at Ballathie House Hotel

    Today's daily deal is an overnight stay the luxurious Ballathie House Hotel. Two people can spend the night in the Perthshire hotel, breakfast included, for £89 instead of £236 - including a bottle of wine to share on arrival.

    4* Ballathie House overnight, Perthshire

    4* Ballathie House overnight, Perthshire

    via ITISON
  6. Scotland 37-12 Tonga: Cotter's side claim win in encouraging display

    Scotland rounded off 2014 with another hugely encouraging display as they swept five tries past Tonga in a 37-12 win at Kilmarnock's Rugby Park.

    Scotland 37-12 Tonga: Cotter's side claim win in encouraging display

    Scotland 37-12 Tonga: Cotter's side claim win in encouraging display

    via STV
  7. Chilly start to your Sunday

    While the view outside STV Glasgow HQ isn't looking too bad, we certainly don't envy those of you heading out in the cold to do your Christmas shopping. Temperatures will reach highs (or, depending how you think of it, lows) of 7C.

    via STV
  8. Pro-independence newspaper to launch next week

    The National,which supports independence for Scotland, will debut on Monday for a pilot period of five days. The paper will be edited by Richard Walker, editor of the Sunday Herald, and published by Newsquest.

    Pro-independence newspaper The National to launch next week

    Pro-independence newspaper The National to launch next week

    via STV
  9. Desert island books and stories of home: Book Week Scotland's Glasgow picks

    Good morning Glasgow, welcome to a beautiful Sunday in the city. The air is crisp, the sky is blue, and this year's Book Week Scotland programme is a real page turner. Here are our picks.

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  10. Plans hatched for 'hensioner' project in Scotland's care homes

    Elderly people are about to get all clucky with wee chickens in a new project to tackle isolation and loneliness.

    That's all from us - we'll be back bright and early tomorrow.

  11. People Make Glasgow

    If you could pick a year to go back to which would it be?

    Scott Morrison, 21: “When I was 18 and working in Blockbuster. I’m proud to say I was part of a company that people remember growing up with but doesn’t exist anymore. I remember the last DVD we sold before we closed down. It was The Adventures of Tintin.”

    via STV
  12. Teknowomen: in space no one hears you talk about feminism

    Wonder Woman and the feminist qualities of Ellen Ripley are up for discussion this month during a season of films that charts the depiction of women in science fiction.

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  13. People Make Glasgow

    Can you think of a time you were the most nervous you’ve been?

    Chelsea Bell, 23: “For my nursing exam, I was so stressed out about it before I went to bed, when I woke up I had lost my voice.”

    Have you met anyone during your time practicing nursing that stuck with you?

    Chelsea: “Yes, I needed to shave this old man’s beard and had no idea what I was doing, but he taught me how to do it and I always think of him.”

    via STV
  14. A stormy night and a stranger at the door sets the scene for No Good Deed

    When a psychopath has escaped from jail, he convinces a friendly woman to let him into her house, claiming his car has broken down. Watch the trailer to find out if he just wanted a warm cup of tea.

    via STV
  15. 'From the desolation of the Emirates Arena count to the enthusiasm of a sold out Hydro'

    SNP councillor David McDonald is one of 12,000 people gathered for the Glasgow leg of the party's Scotland-wide tour.

    From desolation @EmiratesArena count to enthusiasm of a sold out @TheSSEHydro 'The dream will never die' #SNPtour http://t.co/MRA3FTmLOD

    David McDonald

    @SNPdavid
    via Twitter
  16. Nicola Sturgeon addresses 12,000 supporters at Hydro

    The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will speak to 12,000 supporters on Saturday, as her Scotland-wide tour reaches Glasgow.

    Ahead of Nicola Sturgeon's address at Glasgow's SSE Hydro, there will be performances from musicians including Eddi Reader and Dougie MacLean.

    Nicola Sturgeon to address 12,000 supporters at Glasgow event

    Nicola Sturgeon to address 12,000 supporters at Glasgow event

    via STV
  17. People Make Glasgow

    Who was the first person you realised you cared more about their well being than your own?

    Deborah Ryan, 22: “My big brother. I admire him the most.”

    Can you think of a time when he’s been there for you?

    Deborah: “We used to fight when we were younger but that’s normal for brothers and sisters. He has always been there for me - really a lot recently with the passing of my dad.”

    via STV
  18. Deal of the day: afternoon tea at five-star Cairn Lodge

    If there was ever a time for afternoon tea, the weekend is it. Auchterarder's five-star Cairn Lodge and Hotel is offering a half-price afternoon tea for two. Pay £14 instead of the usual £28.

    5* Cairn Lodge aft tea, near Gleneagles

    5* Cairn Lodge aft tea, near Gleneagles

    via ITISON
  19. Woman dies after being hit by car while crossing road

    Anne Carnochan, 62, was struck by a Ford Focus as she crossed Clarkston Road in the city on Friday evening. She died at the scene. The driver of the car was not injured.

    Woman dies after being hit by car while crossing Glasgow road

    Woman dies after being hit by car while crossing Glasgow road

    via STV
  20. Glasgow hero nominated for Scottish First Aid Award

    “So initially you are met with shock and then you basically just put your training into action and do as much as you can."

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