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  1. Wet day ahead for Glasgow

    It's looking like a wet day ahead with constant showers throughout the day and temperatures struggling to get past 8C.

    via STV
  2. Delays between Glasgow and Edinburgh due to flooding

    Delays are expected on the Glasgow Central to Edinburgh Waverley via Shotts line this morning due to flooding.

    NEW: Trains between #GlasgowCentral & #Edinburgh via Shotts may be delayed due to flooding at #Addiewell. ^CM

    ScotRail

    @ScotRail
    via Twitter
  3. Glasgow today: Joe Strummer tribute night, André Rieu, Alzheimer Scotland

    Good morning Glasgow.

    Here's your morning news and events round-up for today.

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  4. That's all from us today Glasgow - The World Is Yours

    If you're not feeling the Christmas carols this evening though, Glasvegas will be performing at the Old Fruitmarket.

    Also Fish aka Derek William Dick will be diving into the O2 ABC with his progressive rock vibes.

    Play 'Glasvegas - The World Is Yours (Audio)'
    via YOUTUBE
  5. Turkey overload? Try our Deal of the Day

    For £12 instead of up to £27 you can enjoy any pizza, pasta or risotto dish for two or £20 instead of up to £41 to include a glass of wine and tea or coffee each at Il Pavone, Princes Square or Newton Mearns saving you up to 54%.

    Il Pavone Italian dining

    Il Pavone Italian dining

    via ITISON
  6. Bigfoot's Tea Party celebrates six years of clubbing

    And what better way to highlight this than with a mega blow out?

    There will be a pre party at Distill with festive bangers and acid slammers supplied by Wrick & James from 9pm.

    Then the main event will commence at Sub Club courtesy of Radio Slave later in the evening.

    via
  7. Murphy says football fans should be allowed to drink in stadiums

    Football fans should be allowed to drink in the stadium before the match, according to Scottish Labour's new leader.

    Murphy says football fans should be allowed to drink in stadiums

    Murphy says football fans should be allowed to drink in stadiums

    via STV
  8. Value of winter fuel allowance 'has dropped by nearly a quarter'

    The value of a UK Government scheme to help pensioners heat their homes in the winter has dropped by nearly a quarter since the start of the century, according to the SNP.

    Value of winter fuel allowance 'has dropped by nearly a quarter'

    Value of winter fuel allowance 'has dropped by nearly a quarter'

    via STV
  9. Lay off the turkey and enjoy our Deal of the Day instead

    For £12 instead of up to £27 you can enjoy any pizza, pasta or risotto dish for two or £20 instead of up to £41 to include a glass of wine and tea or coffee each at Il Pavone, Princes Square or Newton Mearns saving you up to 54%.

    Il Pavone Italian dining

    Il Pavone Italian dining

    via ITISON
  10. Avoid the high street at the Festive Makers Market

    The Lighthouse will host over 20 independent makers for any last minute shopping and a great day out to get you feeling festive.

    There are a limited amount of goodie bags and mulled wine being served during the day to get you into the Christmas spirit.

    It's all go @teagreenevents Festive Makers Market at The Lighthouse. I'll be here until 5 today. Come say hello... http://t.co/xO5jSNziAi

    TeaGreenEvents

    @TeaGreenEvents
    via Twitter
  11. Murder investigation launched following death of 65-year-old man

    The 65-year-old was attacked at around 12.05am on Sunday during a disturbance in Govanhill.

    Murder investigation launched following death of 65-year-old man

    Murder investigation launched following death of 65-year-old man

    via STV
  12. Johnny McKnight on panto and singing about the Savoy Centre

    "Glasgow's where I live, it's where I grew up, of course I'm going to write about it."

    [Read more]

  13. The Little Explorer Day lifts off at the Science Centre

    The festive Little Explorer Day will see youngsters help Santa on a starry adventure in the planetarium show, meet Santa himself and get crafty making Christmas decorations.

    via
  14. Number of nurses in training 'hits lowest figure in six years'

    The number of nurses in training has hit its lowest figure in six years, according to the Scottish Conservatives.

    Number of nurses in training 'hits lowest figure in six years'

    Number of nurses in training 'hits lowest figure in six years'

    via STV
  15. Legendary Oscar nominated documentary from 1951 comes back to life to retell the triumph

    Kon-Tiki illustrates the true story of Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdal and his journey across the Pacific on a raft to prove that South Americans were the first to settle in Polynesia.

    via STV
  16. Feeling a bit delicate this morning? How about a Monster Munch burger

    Bar Bloc will be serving up beef burgers topped with Monster Munch, haggis and peppercorn sauce today if you're getting a bit bored of the standard cheese and bacon varieties.

    via
  17. Sick of turkey and gingerbread?

    For £12 instead of up to £27 you can enjoy any pizza, pasta or risotto dish for two or £20 instead of up to £41 to include a glass of wine and tea or coffee each at Il Pavone, Princes Square or Newton Mearns saving you up to 54%.

    Il Pavone Italian dining

    Il Pavone Italian dining

    via ITISON
  18. Sub Club residents and guests hit the decks for charity

    Two charities close to the Sub Club crew's hearts will be on the receiving end when DJs shamelessly play cheesy classics and party hits at Let Your Elf Go on Tuesday.

    [Read more]

  19. Feeling brave today? Here's our weather report

    Based on the howling noises outside our windows, things are looking pretty wet, grey and windy so make sure you're sporting your best waterproofs if you are out and about.

    via STV
  20. Swing into the holiday spirit at the Irn Bru carnival

    Good morning Glasgow, it's only four days to go until Christmas!

    And if you fancy some festive fun without having to brave the stormy weather outside then perhaps a trip to the indoor Irn Bru Carnival is in order.

    Does anyone think they can handle this ride on a Sunday morning?

    via
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