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  1. Researchers discover new health benefits from sunshine

    University researchers have found that increased exposure to sunshine can help tackle obesity and diabetes. Find out more in our two-minute news bulletin.

    via STV
  2. Slam DJs' soundtrack to the weekend

    If you’ve enjoyed a night out at The Arches or Sub Club then chances are you’ve thrown a shape or two to some beats from the Slam DJs.

    The pair were joined by Soma Record's Dave Clarke on the Riverside show to talk about their new album and the continuing success of club night “Pressure” at The Arches.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  3. Wine and dine in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £21 instead of £42 for a two course meal for two choosing from a menu of contemporary Scottish dishes at Ingram Wynd, in the heart of the Merchant City. That's a saving of 50%.

    Ingram Wynd Scottish dining

    Ingram Wynd Scottish dining

    via ITISON
  4. Vote: Have your say on Scottish Government plans to lower drink drive limit

    It's been announced today the drink-drive limit in Scotland will be reduced in time for Christmas.

    Traffic police will be able to breathalyse drivers at the reduced limit of 50mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood from December 5.

  5. Jason Manford joins 'The Producers' for new tour

    Theatre fans will get the chance to see comedian Jason Manford star in “The Producers” when it comes to Glasgow next year.

    The comedian will play Leo Bloom in the latest production of Mel Brook’s award-winning musical.

    The production will run from June 15th to 20th at the Theatre Royal with tickets on sale now

    The new 2015 tour of The Producers will star @JasonManford as Leo Bloom: http://t.co/N5wU3iZECb http://t.co/Xskv1Hjcsk

    British Comedy Guide

    @UKComedyNews
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  6. Drink-drive limit to be reduced in time for Christmas

    New legislation means Scotland's blood alcohol limit would be cut from 80mg to 50mg in every 100ml of blood. Find out more in this STV News report.

    Drink-drive limit in Scotland will be reduced in time for Christmas

    Drink-drive limit in Scotland will be reduced in time for Christmas

    via STV
  7. Commonwealth Games furniture donated to charity

    Furniture used by athletes at the Commonwealth Games has been donated to charities and social housing schemes.

    Over 60,000 items from the Athletes Village will be used to help tenants across the city furnish their homes.

    Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson said: “This is another fantastic example of the social legacy that the Games have brought to Glasgow, with many people and organisations across and near the city benefiting.”

    via STV
  8. New scheme aims to beat city loan sharks

    The Evening Times carries a story about a new initiative in Glasgow which aims to provide people with financial assistance to stop them being forced to turn to loan sharks.

    New cash advice centre to beat the loan sharks

    New cash advice centre to beat the loan sharks

    via EVENINGTIMES
  9. Lorry thieves nab designer trainer haul

    A gang of thieves raided the lorry which was parked at the Harthill Services on the M8.

    Thieves make off with valuable haul of designer trainers from lorry

    Thieves make off with valuable haul of designer trainers from lorry

    via STV
  10. Motorway traffic slow after accident

    Traffic is moving slowly on the M74 at Junction 1A northbound after an earlier accident.

    Queues due to earlier RTC #M74 N/B J1A - congestion to J2a Fullarton Road & on M74 to J2 A724 Cambuslang Road. All lanes have been re-opened

    Traffic Scotland

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  11. Cloudy skies across the city

    It's set to be another cloudy day with a chance of showers later this afternoon. Temperatures will stay around the 9C mark with winds throughout the day.

    via STV
  12. Glasgow today: Twin Atlantic, Caro Emerald and a night at the theatre

    Good morning Glasgow. Take a look at what's happening in the city today.

  13. Help us decide the winner of our #STVSpark award

    The inaugural STV Digital Spark Award takes place on Saturday night in Dundee and we'd love for you to come along and help us decide the winner.

    Click through to our event page to see how to get involved.

    That's all from us tonight folks, we'll be back tomorrow with more Glasgow news and fun.

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  14. The winner of the Design Impact Awards 2014 is Beyond the Finish Line

    The brilliant Glasgow 2014 legacy project which challenges young entrepreneurs to revitalise their local areas using social enterprise ideas has come out top at this year's Design Impact Awards at The Lighthouse.

    Colin Stone was at the ceremony tonight and spoke to a few people behind the inspiring project.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  15. Catch up with the STV News at Six and John MacKay

    Today the jury in the World's End murder trial was taken to the beach and field where the bodies of the two teenage victims were found 37 years ago.

    via STV
  16. This is one pumpkin you don't want to mess with...

    Guy Thompson has carved the first #RiversideShow pumpkin, and we don't know about you but we wouldn't like to happen upon it in the dark.

    We'd love to see more images of your Halloween pumpkins.

    @StormHuntley #riversideshow I read Halloween was your favourite so I carved a pumpkin today specially for the show! http://t.co/lDEJn5Fl9g

    Guy Thomson

    @Guythepie
    via Twitter
  17. Dave King returns to South Africa without concluding Rangers deal

    The businessman has tabled a £16m offer in conjunction with Paul Murray and George Letham.

    King wants control of the board of Rangers International Football Club plc in return for the investment, which would have provided much-needed capital into a business reportedly struggling to meet its November payroll.

    Dave King returns to South Africa without concluding Rangers deal

    Dave King returns to South Africa without concluding Rangers deal

    via STV
  18. Glasgow's first Gaelic cafe is beginning to take shape

    With a wee lick of paint and some nicely chosen vintage style furniture, the window of Coffee and Craic is looking pretty sharp. We'll bring you more from the cafe when it opens.

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  19. Hoops squad to face Astra tonight

    Celtic take on the Romanian side at Parkhead with kickoff coming at 8.05pm. Subs are Zaluska, Ambrose, Matthews, Tonev, Griffiths, Kayal and Wakaso.

    Celtic team to play FC Astra: Gordon; Lustig, Denayer, van Dijk, Izaguirre; Brown, Mulgrew; McGregor, Johansen, Stokes; Scepovic #UEL (MH)

    Celtic Football Club

    @celticfc
    via Twitter
  20. The Big Yin might cause you some problems on the road

    Billy Connolly's show at the Clyde Auditorium is causing some heavy traffic in the town tonight, so consider alternative routes to bypass the squeeze. If it wisny for oor travel updates, where wid ye be, eh?

    *REMINDER* Traffic heavier than normal on #M8 through Glasgow this evening - Billy Connolly @ Clyde Auditorium #jealous :(

    Traffic Scotland

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