1. One last thing: Here's our #STVmostread across Scotland today

    It's goodnight from us and goodnight from Coldplay, who are today's #STVMostRead. Are you looking forward to seeing them at this year's Radio 1's Big Weekend? These people aren't.

  2. The Scotland Tonight team are preparing for tonight's programme

    They'll be looking at St George's Day speeches from David Cameron and Alex Salmond from 10:30pm tonight. As always, you can get involved in the debate by Tweeting @ScotlandTonight or using the hashtag #ScotNight.

    First up on #scotnight, we'll be looking at the PM & FM's speeches on St George's Day to try and appeal to Scottish voters in the #indyref

    ScotlandTonight

    @ScotlandTonight
    via Twitter
  3. Glasgow Slow Down are still leaving their mark on the city

    It might be all this good weather we've been having or the chalk they used just had some great staying power but, nearly two weeks on, traces of Glasgow Slow Down's colourful bike ride can still be spotted across the city.

    Over a week on and there are still signs of our colourful cycle around Glasgow... http://t.co/72kXc6Vm0m

    Glasgow Slow Down

    @glasgowslowdown
    via Twitter
  4. STV News: St George's Day speech from David Cameron

    If you missed the evening bulletin tonight, don't worry, you can catch up with the STV News team right here. Tonight's top story is the latest independence referendum speeches from both the Prime Minister and the First Minister on St George's Day.

    via STV
  5. No substitute for experience as Assam's vies for Curry crown

    Assam's is hoping to be named Glasgow's Best Curry at next week's Scottish Curry Awards. We caught up with manager Ozzy to find out what sets them apart from the competition.

  6. Can you help police following attack in Glasgow Green?

    Police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward after a women was sexually assaulted in Glasgow Green on Saturday night. The attack happened as the 27-year-old walked through the park from Saltmarket at around 11:30pm.

    Police are keen to hear from anyone who "may have been in the park and witnessed this assault take place, or who may have seen [the suspect] acting suspiciously or running through the park".

    Woman sexually assaulted as she walked home from work through park

    Woman sexually assaulted as she walked home from work through park

    via STV
  7. Deal of the day: two course dinner at the Millennium Hotel

    George Square's four-star Millennium Hotel are serving up today's deal of the day. If you're looking to eat out without emptying your bank account, the hotel are offering a two course dinner for two people for £19 instead of £42. Dinner's on you, then.

    Today's deal from itison

    Today's deal from itison

    via ITISON
  8. Watch the STV News at Six's live

    If you're not sitting infront of your telly with your feet up but don't want to miss out on John Mackay's tie of choice tonight, then tune into the STV News' live online stream.

    Desktop and tablet users will be fine but, if you're using a mobile, you'll need to make sure you're browsing the full STV site for the stream to work.

    Watch a live stream of STV News at Six: Glasgow and West of Scotland

    Watch a live stream of STV News at Six: Glasgow and West of Scotland

    via STV
  9. Saint Raymond to open for Ed Sheeran's arena gigs

    Those of you who've already bought tickets to see the singer-songwriter (and sometimes rapper) Ed Sheeran might be interested to know who's opening the show.

    Meet Saint Raymond. If you haven't listened to him yet, here's an acoustic session that sounds pretty promising.

    Play 'Saint Raymond - Young Blood (Acoustic Session)'
    via YOUTUBE
  10. Take a Min to meet the pop princess turned fashion star

    Tracey Stewart first found fame in the music industry but after three decades in fashion is launching her own designer label.

  11. Number of Scottish businesses going bust up 70% on last year

    Figures from the Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB) show a 70% increase in the number of Scottish businesses going bankrupt over the last year. Find out more from our STV News colleagues.

    Number of Scottish businesses going bust jumps by 70% in one year

    Number of Scottish businesses going bust jumps by 70% in one year

    via STV
  12. If you missed Mark Millar's masterclass, check out GCU's notes

    Last night Coatbridge-born comics writer Mark Millar gave a talk at Glasgow Caledonian University. The university's honorary graduate shared his experiences working in both film and comics with students and staff from the university, as well as a few members of the public.

    When asked if he preferred comics or film, Millar said: "Films are constrained by budget, but comics are only ever constrained by imagination."

    University News & Events

    University News & Events

    via GCU
  13. Good evening: who's on your Big Weekend wishlist?

    Nicola here. Earlier today Coldplay were confirmed as this year's Saturday headliner for Radio 1's Big Weekend (my colleague Michael has already pointed out that not everyone was chuffed with the decision).

    Chris Martin and co will join Pharrell on Saturday - with Paolo Nutini, Rita Ora and The 1975 already announced for Sunday.

    Until the next announcement on Monday, STV HQ is debating bands and comparing wishlists. So, we ask you, who's on yours? Are you, ahem, Happy with the line-up so far?

    Play 'Pharrell Williams - Happy (from Despicable Me 2) [Ballroom Version]'
    via YOUTUBE
  14. Strachan says Man Utd sack won't ruin Moyes' managerial career

    Speaking at the PFA Manager of the Year award nomination announcement, Scotland boss Gordon Strachan says that unlike years ago, being sacked won't destroy former Celtic defender David Moyes reputation as a manager.

    Man Utd sacking won't destroy David Moyes' reputation says Scotland bo

    Man Utd sacking won't destroy David Moyes' reputation says Scotland bo

    via STV
  15. BOGOF doesn't get any better than this

    I'm not going to lie to you Glasgow, I've tried more than a couple of the options in the debate for Glasgow's best burger, so I'm reasonably well qualified to say this isn't an offer to ignore. Cocktail and Burger might not come top of James vs Burger's polls, but for value for money, there's not many better.

    How about one of these for dinner? #2for1 #Burgers http://t.co/WGaGOHdRJS

    Cocktail Burger

    @CocktailBurger
    via Twitter
  16. What's your favourite Scottish television programme?

    We asked you to name your favourite Scottish TV shows. Can you guess what came top?

  17. Scotland’s oldest man dies aged 106

    Tom MacIver, Scotland’s oldest man, has died aged 106 at the Wade Centre Residential Home in Kingussie.

    Mr MacIver, who studied at university in Glasgow, was born on June 13, 1907.

    Scotland's oldest man passes away in care home in Highlands aged 106

    Scotland's oldest man passes away in care home in Highlands aged 106

    via STV
  18. Everywhere you go, always take Sean's weather with you

    STV weather presenter Sean Batty brings you the forecast for the next wee while. Check it out for what to expect from the skies today.

    via STV
  19. These music fans are not happy Coldplay are playing in Glasgow

    Chris Martin and Co are set to headline Radio 1's Big Weekend, but it seems not everyone is thrilled at the prospect.

  20. Former Scotland starting fly-half to leave the Warriors

    No.10 Ruaridh Jackson will leave Glasgow Warriors for London Wasps this summer after six years and over 100 appearances for the club.

    Glasgow Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend said: “Ruaridh (Jackson) has been a fantastic ambassador for the club during his six years in Glasgow and been a key driver of the club's improvement in recent seasons."

    Read more via the Warriors' website.

    Fly half Ruaridh Jackson to leave Glasgow Warriors at the end of the s

    Fly half Ruaridh Jackson to leave Glasgow Warriors at the end of the s

    via STV
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