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  1. MTV’s Biffy Clyro & Slash gig ticket sale rescheduled

    After Ticketweb's website collapsed this morning with the demand for tickets, they've released a statement on Facebook, announcing that the sale has been cancelled for today and rescheduled for 9am on Monday 3rd November.

    You can see a screengrab of the statement below.

    via STV
  2. Which Glaswegian deserves a commemorative plaque?

    Each year Historic Scotland supports the creation of twelve commemorative plaques on Scottish buildings. Nominations have opened for this year, so the question is, which Glaswegians, that don't already have a plaque, deserve one?

    Speaking about the scheme, Martin Ross, Projects and Policy Manager at Historic Scotland said “We’ve designed the scheme to commemorate the link between a particular person and a specific building, because buildings can say a great deal about the character of the particular person who lived or worked there.

    “This year we’d really like to get nominations for more women of achievement, from any part of Scotland.”

    Historic Scotland - Places to visit - Commemorative Plaque Scheme

    Historic Scotland - Places to visit - Commemorative Plaque Scheme

  3. Polmadie car boot sale cancelled after fire

    A car boot sale organised for this weekend at Polmadie has been cancelled after a large fire in the area earlier this week.

    The Polmadie Car Boot Sale planned for this Saturday and Sunday has been cancelled after the fire earlier this week.

    Radio Clyde News

    via Twitter
  4. Ed Sheeran: Glasgow is the 'most mental crowd'

    He landed at the Hydro last night armed only with his guitar to face thousands of Glaswegian Sheeranators and he didn't disappoint. But some fans afar weren't too happy about his post-gig Tweet...

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  5. No tickets sold for Biffy Clyro and Slash gigs

    A computer problem has prevented the sale of any tickets for the Biffy Clyro and Slash gigs at the O2 Academy.

    Organisers say that they are working to get the problem resolved as soon as possible.

    To all Team Biffy & Slash fans, please be aware that Ticketweb have encountered technical difficulties+at present NO tickets have been sold

    O2 Academy Glasgow

    via Twitter
  6. Rangers directors' bus firm take over Henderson Travel contracts

    McGill's Buses, owned by Rangers directors James and Sandy Easdale, said it has taken over contracts run by Henderson Travel and will look to keep the firm's existing staff.

    Bus firm run by Rangers directors save jobs as rivals close abruptly

    Bus firm run by Rangers directors save jobs as rivals close abruptly

    via STV
  7. Get ‘Trapped in Amber’ with Jonnie Common

    Hotly-tipped singer Jonnie Common's new album “Trapped In Amber” hits the shelves today and has been getting great reviews.

    You can get a taster of his uniquely Scottish take on folk music by listening to his song “Crumbs” below.

    Listen: Jonnie Common - 'Crumbs'

    Listen: Jonnie Common - 'Crumbs'

  8. Funding fears for Glasgow charity

    The Evening Times has the story about fears over the future of The Glasgow Association of Mental Health after news that its funding is to be cut by 40%.

    Fears for lifeline service facing a 40% cut in cash

    The Evening Times

    via Twitter
  9. Texas love for the Willow Tea Rooms

    “The restaurant is stunningly beautiful” – The Willow Tearooms on Sauchiehall Street get a five-star review from Texan poet Catherine Bowman on her visit to Glasgow.

    Great article by Catherine Bowman, thanks Mhairi & Dan for making Catherine & Val's visit so special

    The Willow Tea Rooms

    via Twitter
  10. Take a break in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £55 instead of £119 for an overnight stay for two plus a bottle of wine, traditional Scottish breakfast and full use of the swimming pool and gym at the four star Crieff Hydro Hotel. That's a saving of 54%.

    4* Crieff Hydro Getaway

    4* Crieff Hydro Getaway

    via ITISON
  11. Arrests made over George Square referendum demonstration

    Police confirm 32 arrests were made after trouble flared at a demonstration on George Square following last month's independence referendum.

    Police arrest 32 over George Square referendum demonstration trouble

    Police arrest 32 over George Square referendum demonstration trouble

    via STV
  12. New dates for Paolo Nutini gigs

    Paolo Nutini has announced re-sheduled dates for his two cancelled shows at the Hydro.

    The singer’s October 27th show will now take place on Friday January 9th with the October 28th show rearranged for Saturday January 10th.

    All original tickets remain valid for the new dates.

    We are pleased to advise that Paolo has rescheduled the 4 UK shows which were postponed this week. Further info at:

    Paolo Nutini

    via Twitter
  13. Are you brave enough for the Halloween walk?

    If you fancy a spooky walk tonight then head along to Todds Well Wood in Easterhouse.

    Participants will meet fire dancers and ghostly storytellers as they are guided through the woods by lantern.

    The family-friendly event runs from 17:00 to 19:00.

    Visit #Commonwealth Wood Todds Well in Easterhouse for lots of spooky Halloween fun on Fri 31 Oct from 5pm #IfYouDare

    Commonwealth Woods

    via Twitter
  14. Drivers face M80 congestion

    A broken down lorry has closed one lane of the M80 at Junction 5 Auchenkilns. Traffic is queuing back and drivers are advised to avoid the route if possible.

    M80 J5 Auchenkilns - between slips - Breakdown, 1 lane restricted Northbound for more than an hour #TSIncident

    Traffic Scotland

    via Twitter
  15. Anas Sarwar resigns as Deputy Scottish Labour leader

    The Glasgow Central MP announced his decision at a party gala dinner in Glasgow late on Thursday.

    Watch our morning news bulletin to get the latest on the unfolding Scottish Labour Leadership story.

    via STV
  16. Grey skies for Glasgow

    It looks set to be a grey day across the city with cloudy weather and some showers this evening. Temperatures will stay around a mild 15C.

    via STV
  17. Good morning Glasgow. Here's what's happening in the city today.

    Glasgow today: Halloween, La Fountaines and Pressure

    Glasgow today: Halloween, La Fountaines and Pressure

    via STV
  18. Poll results: Glasgow is still benefiting from the Commonwealth Games

    Glasgow 2014 organisers stated today that the city is still benefiting from the Games, almost three months after the event.

    We asked how you felt about the legacy of the Games for Glasgow in an unofficial poll and the majority of people who voted agreed the Games are still benefiting the city. 20 people voted Yes in comparison to nine people who voted No, there has been no benefit for the city three months down the line.

    Continue to let us know what you think and with that we'll leave you for the evening. We'll be back tomorrow with more Glasgow news and fun.

    Do you think Glasgow is still benefiting from the Games? - Yes OR No

    Do you think Glasgow is still benefiting from the Games? - Yes OR No

    via POLAR
  19. 'Indie-rock in the old fashioned sense' tonight on #RiversideShow

    If you loved Memory Man, catch them again at Nice 'n' Sleazy tomorrow night.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  20. Keep Your Head Up for Ben Howard tickets tomorrow morning

    Tickets for the Only Love star's gig at the Hydro on April 24 go on sale tomorrow at 9am.

    I Forget Where We Were Tour 2015: Ben Howard @ The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

    I Forget Where We Were Tour 2015: Ben Howard @ The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

    via ENTS24
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