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  1. 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.

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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
  5. '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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  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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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  11. Gastro Punx tease their next pop-up with Munchy Box menu

    The Glasgow-based foodie cooperative who bring a non-pretentious slant on otherwise pretentious dishes have revealed they will host their next 'unhostile kitchen takeover' on Saturday April 11.

    Although we don't know where the venue is yet, Gastro Punx have teased us with the menu. From all day breakfast to a good ol' munchy box - it lacks the ostentatious feel of other high dining pop ups but is guaranteed to taste just as good.

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  12. Dave King announces 'landslide win’ in bid to take control of Rangers

    The South African-based businessman says there’s no need to proceed with Friday’s EGM.

    Dave King announces 'landslide win’ in bid to take control of Ranger

    Dave King announces 'landslide win’ in bid to take control of Ranger

    via STV NEWS
  13. Come Dine With Me soon will set the table in Glasgow

    Amateur cooking couples are invited to apply to the show as it prepares to shoot a new episode in Glasgow.

    Couples invited to take part in Come Dine With Me in Glasgow

    Couples invited to take part in Come Dine With Me in Glasgow

    via EVENING TIMES
  14. Teacher who told pupil 'I shagged your maw' is struck off register

    Michael Rankin was hauled in front of the General Teaching Council and struck off for string of offensive comments.

    Teacher who told pupil 'I shagged your maw' is struck off register

    Teacher who told pupil 'I shagged your maw' is struck off register

    via STV NEWS
  15. Businesses meet to decide the future of Sauchiehall Street

    Glasgow City Council are seeking the opinion from local businesses on plans for the development of Sauchiehall Street.

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  16. Killer William Beggs loses legal battle with information commissioner

    The 'limbs in the loch' murderer had his case rejected by three senior judges.

    Killer William Beggs loses legal battle with information commissioner

    Killer William Beggs loses legal battle with information commissioner

    via STV NEWS
  17. Quarter of patients waiting longer than four hours in A&E departments

    Health secretary commits £5m to improve waiting times at A&E across Glasgow after waiting figures revealed.

    Quarter of patients waiting longer than four hours in A&E departments

    Quarter of patients waiting longer than four hours in A&E departments

    via STV NEWS
  18. Reeves and Mortimer to kick off tour in Glasgow

    A live show marking 25 years of The House of Fools stars will open on November 11.

    Reeves and Mortimer to kick off first tour in 20 years in Glasgow

    Reeves and Mortimer to kick off first tour in 20 years in Glasgow

    via EVENING TIMES
  19. Military bases ruled out as potential sites for first UK spaceport

    Kinloss Barracks, RAF Leuchars and RAF Lossiemouth ruled out of becoming a permanent spaceport.

    Military bases ruled out as potential sites for first UK spaceport

    Military bases ruled out as potential sites for first UK spaceport

    via STV NEWS
  20. Three held over escape of Scots prisoner from hospital in Ireland

    Arrests in connection with escape of Derek Brockwell in Dublin, in which prison guards were allegedly stabbed.

    Three held over escape of Scots prisoner from hospital in Ireland

    Three held over escape of Scots prisoner from hospital in Ireland

    via STV NEWS
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