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  1. Furniture saved from GSA fire to go on display

    Nine months after the fire that tore through the heart of the Glasgow School of art, and the city itself, priceless Rennie Mackintosh furniture saved from the blaze will go on display in the school's new Reid Building.

    GSA's rare Mackintosh furniture goes on display

    GSA's rare Mackintosh furniture goes on display

    via SCOTSMAN
  2. Pub operators Maclay call in administrators to 'safeguard 500 jobs'

    Staff at several Glasgow pubs have had their jobs put at risk after Maclay Inns entered administration.

    [Read more]

  3. Watch: Work begins on new RollerStop rink

    Work is about to start on the new RollerStop roller disco rink near Kinning Park.

    The facility will be Scotland's only dedicated roller rink when it opens later this year.

    Play 'RollerStop Roller Rink Glasgow January 2015'
    via YOUTUBE
  4. Prof Green cancels gig: union gives away rider to students

    The Queen Margaret Union is offering up the rapper's gig rider, including vodka and gin, to one lucky student after he cancelled his show at the last minute.

    [Read more]

  5. Glasgow to Oban trains running normally again

    Scotrail have announced that services from Glasgow to Oban have returned to normal after an early morning disruption.

    UPDATE: #Ardlui. Trains between Glasgow & Oban now running normally. Glasgow & Mallaig returning to normal. I’ll update again soon. ^CT

    ScotRail

    @ScotRail
    via Twitter
  6. Stop awhile at the Riverhill Cafe

    This cosy bolthole offers crack cookies, delicious macaroni and friendly service.

    Riverhill Cafe - People watching heaven

    Riverhill Cafe - People watching heaven

    via GLASGOW TIPS BY LOCALS | SPOTTED BY LOCALS CITY GUIDE
  7. Lace up your boots for a show as you shop

    The Dr Martens shop will host Welsh young punks Neck Deep for an in-store gig and signing from 6-6.30pm on January 30.

    via STV
  8. Get away from it all in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £69 instead of £150 for an overnight stay for two including continental breakfast at the award-winning Loch Melfort Hotel in Oban. That's a saving of 54%.

    Loch Melfort getaway - £69

    Loch Melfort getaway - £69

    via ITISON
  9. Scotland skipper: We'll see you at Twickenham

    Here's a great snap of Scotland skipper Greig Laidlaw chatting with England head coach Stuart Lancaster at the launch of the 2015 tournament. Scotland travel down to London for the Calcutta Cup meeting on March 14.

    via
  10. New silverware for Six Nations unveiled

    A glorious new trophy has been unveiled for this year's tournament that will have the teams going hell for leather until one stands victorious. Who will it be?

    UNVEILED: a NEW RBS 6 Nations trophy! http://t.co/WlyR8pQiXn

    Scottish Rugby

    @Scotlandteam
    via Twitter
  11. Pregnant smokers more likely to quit if offered shopping vouchers

    Researchers studied 612 women over 16 and less than 24 weeks' pregnant to see if financial incentives helps them quit.

    Pregnant smokers more likely to quite if offered shopping vouchers

    Pregnant smokers more likely to quite if offered shopping vouchers

    via STV NEWS
  12. Police officers to be schooled in sectarian songs ahead of Old Firm

    Inexperienced officers on duty on Sunday will identify songs that would contravene anti-bigotry laws in the run up to the clash at Hampden.

    Officers to learn sectarian songs for Old Firm tie

    Officers to learn sectarian songs for Old Firm tie

    via SCOTSMAN
  13. Learn to draw, the Alasdair Gray way

    This weekend, a two day workshop will see you go from doodling procrastinator to talented illustrator with the help of Dr Rodge Glass, Programme Leader in Creative Writing at Edge Hill University, and the beautiful works of Glasgow's most famous artist.

    The two-day class costs £20. Materials are provided.

    via
  14. STV News: Lord President to outline measures for civil justice reform

    In a speech in Glasgow, the Right Hon Lord Gill is expected to address a timetable for implementing the court's reform act and announce the publication of a report into the televising and Tweeting of court proceedings.

    via STV
  15. Snow showers to spring up across Scotland

    A yellow "be aware" warning for snow across Scotland was issued from 8am on Wednesday until midnight and the public was told to prepare for the potential for travel disruption.

    Snow showers to batter parts of Scotland as weather warning issued

    Snow showers to batter parts of Scotland as weather warning issued

    via STV WEATHER
  16. Doctor tells inquiry he warned mother whose baby died after birth

    Dr Henry Dobbie was giving evidence at the fatal accident inquiry of baby Elijah Kennedy.

    Doctor tells inquiry he warned mother whose baby died after birth

    Doctor tells inquiry he warned mother whose baby died after birth

    via STV NEWS
  17. Mike Ashley could be grilled in parliament over Rangers dealings

    Scots MP raised concerns and hit out at Sports Direct tycoon's involvement in the Ibrox club during debate at Westmister.

    Mike Ashley could be grilled in parliament over Rangers dealings

    Mike Ashley could be grilled in parliament over Rangers dealings

    via STV NEWS
  18. A cloudy day with a few cold spots

    It will remain rainy and cloudy for most of the morning, with chances of some wintery showers from lunchtime through to the end of the night. Temperatures will dip to a low of one degree later on, which could bring some sleet.

    via STV
  19. Glasgow Today: Celtic connect, get bluesy and join World Party

    Good morning Glasgow. Today, see the Celtic Connection stars of tomorrow, enjoy some old school Sacred Steel from New York and step back into the late 80s.

  20. Have you heard of the Facebook page Overheard in the West End?

    Of course you have but did you know it was inspired by a song by our house band tonight on Riverside Show? Unfortunately that song has one too many cheeky words for broadcast, but this one is just as good. We leave you with the Girobabies singing Ramp up the Theatre.

    And if you love them as much as we do you can see them for free this Friday night at Siempre Bicycle Cafe.

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