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  1. Then and Now: Pictures show the changing face of Glasgow

    A blogger has helped shine a light into the city's past with a blog matching snaps from the present day with images from a bygone age.

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  2. H2-oh? Museum of Water in Glasgow for Behaviour Festival

    London artist Amy Sharrocks invites us to explore the importance of water in our lives in the Arches exhibition.

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  3. Grab your clubs in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £49 instead of £100 for 60 minutes of golf tutition at the Turnberry Performance Academy plus 9 holes on the Arran Course at five star Turnberry Trump Resort plus a bacon roll and choice of tea or coffee. That's a saving of 51%.

    Turnberry golf & tuition

    Turnberry golf & tuition

    via ITISON
  4. Glasgow to host World Irish Dancing championships for the fifth time

    More than 14,500 dancers and supporters will travel to Glasgow in March 2018 for the event, which will boost the city’s economy by £14 million.

    The contest itself has run for over 40 years and Glasgow has beat off stiff competition to hold the championships in 2018 from Belfast and Dublin.

    via STV
  5. Tchai Ovna vow to continue despite losing court battle

    Owners of the artisan tea shop will open a new venue in Glasgow after losing a legal battle against a property developer.

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  6. Drug gang get 29 years for 15kg cocaine plot from London to Scotland

    The men were sentenced after a conspiracy to supply 15kg of cocaine worth £2.3m was uncovered by police.

    Drug gang get 29 years for 15kg cocaine plot from London to Scotland

    Drug gang get 29 years for 15kg cocaine plot from London to Scotland

    via STV NEWS
  7. Judy Murray inspires young Glaswegians to pick up a racquet

    Judy Murray paid a visit to Smithycroft Secondary School today to help train 40 new teenage sports leaders to deliver tennis skills within their schools and the community.

    The visit was part of her Tennis On the Road project through which Judy is aiming to give parents, coaches and teachers the tools needed to get kids active and to help further kick-start and develop tennis in Scotland.

    The Riverside Show caught up with her at the school today and Judy will join us on the show tonight to talk about the benefits of picking up the sport at any age.

    via STV
  8. Nelson Mandela bus gate camera could net £3 million for city council

    The Daily Record have reported that despite only being introduced at the end of June, the camera at the new bus-gate junction of West George Street and Nelson Mandela Place has snapped 50,181 drivers - netting a possible £3million for Glasgow City Council.

    Revealed: The £3m bus lane.. find out which street is Scotland's wors

    Revealed: The £3m bus lane.. find out which street is Scotland's wors

    via DAILYRECORD
  9. Catch Alasdair Gray's documentary among some of his most famous murals

    The Oran Mor are hosting a special screening of the Alisdair Gray documentary A Life in Progress which documents the painting of their main auditorium, where the screening of the film will take place. the film also allows an intimate insight into the artist's remarkable life and his impact on Scottish culture.

    The screening takes place this Thursday ahead of the documentary's tour of Scottish cinemas and there will be a special question and answer session with the artist.

    Screening of Alasdair Gray, A Life in Progress & Music by Scott Twynho

    Screening of Alasdair Gray, A Life in Progress & Music by Scott Twynho

    via ORAN-MOR
  10. GSA Fashion Show makes sweeping return for 2015

    Glasgow School of Art students have looked to cultures from across the world for inspiration for this year’s GSA Fashion Show.

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  11. Scotland's first fully inclusive club night returns to Arches

    Capital's Gary Spence and Rory Hoy will bring the beats to Late this Thursday March 5 at The Arches.

    Late returns to Glasgow in partnership with Dates N Mates, Scotland's adult dating and friendship agency run by and for people with learning disabilities. The club night is for people who may have not tried clubbing before and are looking to try it out in a relaxed environment.

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  12. Rogue landlord struck off register for renting out 'houses of horror'

    Leonardo Ippolito rented out a catalogue of unsafe properties in Ayr that posed a potential risk to lives.

    Rogue landlord struck off register for renting out 'houses of horror'

    Rogue landlord struck off register for renting out 'houses of horror'

    via STV NEWS
  13. Five people given medical care after fire in Glasgow tenement

    Firefighters faced 'well-developed' blaze at Ripon Drive in Kelvindale area on Sunday.

    Five people given medical care after fire in Glasgow tenement

    Five people given medical care after fire in Glasgow tenement

    via STV NEWS
  14. Reggae for Friday already? We have your weekend plans sorted

    London ten piece reggae band Onlyjoe will bring the jams to the Rum Shack this Friday night, supported by Skayaman fresh from their live performance on Friday night's Riverside Show.

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  15. Pupil taken to hospital after suspected stabbing outside high school

    Police were called to Holyrood Secondary School in the south side of Glasgow around lunch time.

    Pupil taken to hospital after suspected stabbing outside high school

    Pupil taken to hospital after suspected stabbing outside high school

    via STV NEWS
  16. Delve into Glasgow's history with the People's History Show

    We have a new history show launching on STV Glasgow tonight which will show every Monday at 8.30pm.

    Presented by published authors and local historians, Dan Sweeney and Dan Gray, the opening episode includes a history of Edinburgh’s lost football club - St Bernard’s, a tour of the world’s oldest music hall in Glasgow’s Trongate and a wander through the closes of the Royal Mile and a history of the lost mansions of Glasgow’s Merchant City.

  17. Protection for National Trust tenement’s unique interior

    The National Trust for Scotland's Tenement House in Garnethill has been awarded a Grade B category listing for its unique early 20th century interior.

    The traditional red sandstone flat which was once the home of typist, Miss Agnes Toward includes traditional features such as a bed recess, kitchen range and coal bunker.

    It's the only example of its type in the whole of Scotland despite being one of tens of thousands of tenements throughout the city.

    The Tenement House is open to visit between 1pm – 5pm weekdays and runs a regular programme of activities designed to give a taste of early 20th Century living and an insight into the life of Agnes Toward, a keen craftswoman and cook.

    via STV
  18. Grab your clubs in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £49 instead of £100 for 60 minutes of golf tutition at the Turnberry Performance Academy plus 9 holes on the Arran Course at five star Turnberry Trump Resort plus a bacon roll and choice of tea or coffee. That's a saving of 51%.

    Turnberry golf & tuition

    Turnberry golf & tuition

    via ITISON
  19. Scotland's coolest new bar is to open in Glasgow

    Organisers say customers will be guaranteed a warm welcome when the Snow Factor Ice Bar opens at Braehead on April 3.

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  20. Enjoy a superior slot between breakfast and lunch

    Glasgow Food Geek went on a mission to compile a list of Glasgow's best brunch offerings.

    After all, who says there isn't room for another meal in the day?

    Glasgows Best Bruches

    Glasgows Best Bruches

    via GLASGOW FOOD GEEK|REVIEWS OF GLASGOW RESTAURANTS AND FOOD| FOOD BLOG
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