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  1. The Stranglers 'March On' with Glasgow date

    The rock veterans will end their 19-date UK tour here in Glasgow at the O2 Academy on 28 March.

    'March On' full tour details

    'March On' full tour details

    via THESTRANGLERS
  2. Referendum Cafe: 'This is a place for people looking for answers'

    If you're still unsure about whether you want to vote Yes or No, nip into this pop-up, political cafe in the Saltmarket for coffee, cake and impartial referendum information.

    REPORT BY: Mary McCool

  3. Fergie votes yes... for Hampden to host Euro 2020

    Stadium officials and the Scottish FA are campaigning to host the huge multi-city tournament. Sir Alex Ferguson shares his memories (with some increditble archive footage) while backing the bid in this video.

    UEFA will make their decision on 13 host city venues for Euro 2020 this Friday.

    Play 'Sir Alex Ferguson says Hampden is perfect choice for UEFA Euro 2020'
    via YOUTUBE
  4. Glasgow teenage cancer unit to benefit from Stephen Sutton's fundraising

    Around £360,000 is to be donated towards the cost of setting up a new four bed cancer unit for 13 to 16-year-olds. It is hoped this replacement unit will open in 2017.

    Scots cancer units get £630k from teenager who raised £5m before dea

    Scots cancer units get £630k from teenager who raised £5m before dea

    via STV
  5. Rootsy Americana sounds from Glasgow band The Chaplins

    Busy morning? Here's a headphone moment. Zone out from all the noise with this lovely performance from The Chaplins on last night's Riverside Show.

    via STV
  6. 10am #ScotDecides: Referendum Live for Glasgow

    Westminster leaders pledge more powers following a No vote and one Glasgow woman will be celebrating her 100th birthday on Thursday by voting yes.

    REPORT BY: Nicola Love

  7. New west end bar offers free pizza for a month

    Last week we introduced you to The Crafty Pig. Now that they've survived their first weekend, they're obviously feeling generous.

    Freshers' Week fun begins at The Crafty Pig today with the chance to WIN FREE PIZZA FOR A MONTH! More info: https://t.co/Bt9PJbxza5 #gufw14

    The Crafty Pig

    @TheCraftyPigGLA
    via Twitter
  8. Get a bargain in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £5 for a £10 voucher to spend in-store at Demijohn, the liquid deli; available to use in Edinburgh or Glasgow stores. That's a saving of 50%.

    Demijohn £5 for £10 voucher

    Demijohn £5 for £10 voucher

    via ITISON
  9. Indy Ref: Today Facebook will launch its 'I'm voting' button

    If Facebook 'likes' were an indicator of votes, the Yes campaign will win on September 18, according to these statistics from the social media site.

    Facebook release data showing independence referendum interaction

    Facebook release data showing independence referendum interaction

    via STV
  10. Here's the man who's going to count all your votes

    Well, he'll have a few people helping him at the Emirates Arena too. Colin Edgar is the chief counting officer spokesman for Glasgow. What time will we have a result? He gives The Riverside Show an answer in this clip.

    via STV
  11. Timelapse of cardboard city being built for GoMa exhibition

    As you'll see from this video, artist Nathan Coley's Lamp of Sacrifice is a labour of love. After the timelapse, he tells us how it came about.

    Here's Nathan Coley talks about his work Lamp of Sacrifice, 286 places of worship. http://t.co/pG21hMsrwj #genartscot

    GoMA Glasgow

    @GlasgowGoMA
    via Twitter
  12. War veterans on both sides appeal to voters

    Former servicemen on both sides of the independence referendum are appealing to voters today. Hear what they have to say with Kelly-Ann Woodland in today's two-minute headlines video.

    via STV
  13. Glasgow Uni ranked 55th best in the world

    That's according to the latest QS World University Rankings. How do they come up with this stuff? Our colleagues at STV News asked and have the answers here.

    Three Scottish universities ranked among top 100 in the world

    Three Scottish universities ranked among top 100 in the world

    via STV
  14. Today's weather is looking not too bad at all

    The sun is even forecast to make an appearance at the end of the afternoon.

    via STV
  15. Glasgow today: Scott Mills, Fatherson and voters cosy up for a cuddle

    Morning one and all. There are loads of gigs on tonight. Before then, there's a whole lot of political campaigning going on. And hugging. It's all here in our daily look at the day ahead.

  16. What did Glasgow freshers get up to in 1949?

    Mischief by the looks of things, so no change there.

    Check out these incredible pictures from the archives at Glasgow University Library of Freshers Weeks gone by.

    We'll be back tomorrow with all the latest news and #IndyRef updates from around the city and more Freshers week buzz

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  17. The STV News at Six with John MacKay

    We go into the final days of the campaign with both sides claiming they are heading for victory. The polls are narrower than they have ever been and can't give any side a clear lead.

    via STV
  18. 8pm #ScotDecides update: Referendum Live for Glasgow

    Prime Minister travelled to Aberdeen for a final push for a "No" vote while the First Minister returned home to campaign for "Yes".

  19. INDY REF: Alistair Carmichael calls BBC protesters 'bullying mob'

    Seaking to the BBC, Scottish secretary Mr Carmichael said: "The reality of this is the people who are jostled in the streets, the people who are pushed off the streets are not Alex Salmond or Nicola Sturgeon or John Swinney; it's people like John Prescott and Alistair Darling. And they are pushed off the streets by people waving Yes posters."

    Scottish secretary Carmichael: BBC protesters 'a bullying mob'

    Scottish secretary Carmichael: BBC protesters 'a bullying mob'

    via STV
  20. Edward Snowden addressed Glasgow University students as he begins first year as rector

    Edward Snowden spoke to Glasgow's new and returning students via video link today.

    #EdwardSnowden speaking to is freshers at Glasgow! #FreshersWeek #Glasgow http://t.co/NvudTZOTfz

    Rebecca Norfolk

    @RebeccaNorfolk
    via Twitter
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