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  1. Wee boy donates his pocket money 'so somebody can have a lovely Christmas dinner'

    Social enterprise, Social Bite launched a £5 deal on itison on Tuesday which gives people the chance to buy a homeless person a Christmas dinner.

    The goodwill has captured hearts across Scotland, raising £80,000 for the homeless in one day and it's now captured the young heart of Aaron too, who sent a Christmas card to the cafe with £5 pocket money inside.

    The card reads: "I wanted to give my pocket money so someone can have a Christmas dinner. Merry Christmas, from Aaron".

    via
  2. Record Factory bring a little Madness to the west end tonight

    There will be nothing but ska, northern soul and mod classics playing at this unofficial after-party for the Madness gig tonight.

    Tonight, folks! #glasgow #music #westend #madness #ska #northernsoul #bestof http://t.co/u3jGWF6Pbo

    The Record Factory

    @recordfactory17
    via Twitter
  3. Cass Art launch new art space with Marion Deuchars exhibit

    A new exhibition from award-winning illustrator Marion Deuchars fills Cass Art's public art space at the back of their new store on Queen Street with colour and character.

    Check out the interactive exhibition from the artist famous for her activity books before it closes in March next year.

    Cass Art Glasgow Launches The Art Space with 'Art For All' by Marion D

    Cass Art Glasgow Launches The Art Space with 'Art For All' by Marion D

    via CASSART
  4. Chvrches's Lauren will take to the wireless for TYCI Christmas teaser

    Ahead of their Christmas special at Stereo on Saturday the TYCI blog are hosting a special Subcity session with Lauren from Chvrches and Amanda from Lost and Found.

    Feeling festive? Tune into TYCI's @SubcityRadio xmas special with Lauren (@CHVRCHES)+Amanda (@lostandfounduk), 6-8pm! http://t.co/oE0jpQTUus

    tyciblog

    @tyciblog
    via Twitter
  5. Milk's Christmas stramash raises £425 for charity

    Tommy Reilly, The Wild Curve and Sharptooth all performed at Flat 0/1 last night for the club night Milk's festive get together.

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  6. Treat yourself in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £79 instead of £170 for an overnight stay for two including a bottle of wine on arrival, three course dinner and breakfast or £119 instead of £276 for two nights B&B with dinner on first night at Tulloch Castle Hotel in Dingwall. That's a saaving of up to 57%.

    Tulloch Castle getaway

    Tulloch Castle getaway

    via ITISON
  7. Glasgow University hold Christmas Truce service

    The University of Glasgow is holding a special service at the Memorial Chapel tonight, to commemorate the Christmas truce of unofficial ceasefires that occurred on the Western Front around Christmas 1914.

    REMINDER of tonight's Christmas Truce service @GlasgowUni chapel. All welcome. http://t.co/esrbC2FPdI http://t.co/C3Y9q6LPEu

    Glasgow Uni WW1

    @GlasgowUniWW1
    via Twitter
  8. Lane closed on M8 at Glasgow Airport after road traffic collision

    Lane two of the M8 at J28A Glasgow Airport closed due to road traffic collision.

    #M8 W/B at J28A Glasgow Airport - Lane 2 is closed due to RTC, police are at scene. Please #DriveSafe and #BeAware if you are in the area

    Traffic Scotland

    @trafficscotland
    via Twitter
  9. Defence secretary reaffirms commitment to Trident on visit to Faslane

    Michael Fallon says Faslane-based subs needed more than ever

    Defence secretary: Now is not the time to get rid of Trident

    Defence secretary: Now is not the time to get rid of Trident

    via STV
  10. Jersey Boys coming to Glasgow's Theatre Royal next Christmas

    The massively successful stage show Jersey Boys is coming to Glasgow next year for a four week run at the Theatre Royal beginning on the 8th of December 2015.

    The stage show tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, the hugely successful rock n' roll group who rose to stardom during the 1960s.

    Check out this review of the show at the Edinburgh Playhouse from earlier this year for more.

    From rogues to rockstars as Jersey Boys swings into the Playhouse

    From rogues to rockstars as Jersey Boys swings into the Playhouse

    via STV
  11. Three men charged with murder freed on bail for Christmas

    Harry Hood, 44, Dale Russell, 34 and Ross Russell, 33, are accused of killing Arthur Green, whose body was discovered last month.

    Three men charged with murdering frail man freed on bail for Christmas

    Three men charged with murdering frail man freed on bail for Christmas

    via STV
  12. Barrowlands calls for fans photos to celebrate birthday

    The Barrowlands Ballroom is approaching its 80th birthday this Christmas Eve, and to celebrate the world-famous venue is asking music fans to share their photos of favourite gigs and moments.

    We turn 80 on Christmas Eve and would like to have your pics to celebrate! Please share if you can. Thanks x http://t.co/1I8nYZ9QHb

    Barrowland Ballroom

    @TheBarrowlands
    via Twitter
  13. Striking talents of Calderwood the catalyst for Scottish invasion of UFC

    Scotland's premier female fighter is striking it big in the USA - just don't expect her to leave Glasgow's Dinky Ninja fight team anytime soon.

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  14. Nils Frahm announces Glasgow date for UK tour

    German electronic and contemporary classical composer, Nils Frahm has announced a date at the O2 ABC as part of his up-coming UK your next May.

    .@nilsfrahm tickets are on sale now via @TicketWebUK http://t.co/d3GpWXc7A6 http://t.co/0tHgq8mZYr

    O2 ABC Glasgow

    @O2ABC
    via Twitter
  15. Delays expected on trains to Edinburgh Waverley

    If you're heading to Edinburgh Waverley by train in the next hour, expect some delays as a broken down train en route to the station is causing some problems.

    UPDATE: Due to broken down train near #Edinburgh services to/from this station may be delayed or cancelled. Disruption expect til 1230. ^G

    ScotRail

    @ScotRail
    via Twitter
  16. Two women held after Merchant City drugs raid

    The Evening Times runs with news that two women are currently being held following a drugs raid on Parnie Street in the Merchant City.

    Two women held after city drugs raid - http://t.co/dSF6CyJnwd http://t.co/e6bom7HKKz

    The Evening Times

    @TheEveningTimes
    via Twitter
  17. Police crackdown to help protect taxi drivers

    Police have launched a crackdown on robbers and attackers who target taxi drivers over the festive period.

    Festive crackdown on robbers and attackers who target cab drivers

    Festive crackdown on robbers and attackers who target cab drivers

    via STV
  18. Celtic striker offers help to family after burglary

    Big-hearted Leigh Griffiths spread some festive cheer when he offered to help buy Christmas presents for a family who had suffered a break-in.

    The striker made the offer after reading a Facebook post from Edinburgh man Michael Wright revealing that a burglar had stolen Christmas presents from his home, including some for his five year-old son.

    via
  19. Mono recreate John Peel's Festive 50

    A Christmas time tribute to legendary radio DJ John Peel takes place at Mono tonight with Camera Obscura's Gavin Dunbar will be taking the helm and DJing picks from Peel's Festive 50 lists gone by as well as the top 10 songs of the year as voted for by Mono patrons.

    This Thursday night @monoglasgow MONO'S FESTIVE 50! w/ DJ Gavin Dunbar (Camera Obscura). 8pm FREE http://t.co/9kq6I7Z258

    Mono Glasgow

    @monoglasgow
    via Twitter
  20. List of top 10 baby names in Glasgow for 2014 revealed

    National Records Scotland posted Scotland's top 10 baby names for 2014 this morning with Muhammad and Emily taking the number one spot for boys and girls in Glasgow.

    Jack and Emily were the most popular names of the year across the whole of Scotland.

    via STV
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