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  1. Bernard Ponsonby talks about results of new Ipsos Mori poll

    An exclusive poll for STV suggest SNP are set to sweep the board at the general election next year and that support for Labour is at an all time low in Scotland.

    via STV
  2. After winning big at the Scottish Italian Awards, we asked Claudio Celino to share his secret to success and plans to expand the family-run business.

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    Celino's cooking up plans to expand after scooping awards

    Celino's cooking up plans to expand after scooping awards

    via STV
  3. Two new opportunities to see Ghostbusters Movie Drive-In

    Itison have added two new matinee showings of Ghostbusters due to popular demand for tickets. Showings will be at 2.30pm on both Saturday and Sunday.

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  4. Weddings, pirates and minions, Cyber corsetry has dressed them all

    The owner of the alternative clothing store has dressed everyone from cancer patients to Katie Price - and she has a few tricks up her sleeve for Halloween.

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  5. Glasgay hosts Scottish premier of There Were Two Brothers tonight

    Showing at the Scottish Youth Theatre tonight and tomorrow, this monologue-storytelling by Mark Kydd is a tale of fraternal love and an insight into the complexities of family life.

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  6. Breaking News

    Exclusive STV poll: SNP at 52% ahead of 2015 general election

    The 1026 participants were surveyed by Ipsos Mori between October 22 and 29 as the row broke over leadership of the Scottish Labour party. They were asked how they would vote if there was a general election tomorrow.

    STV poll: SNP at 52% as Labour face general election meltdown

    STV poll: SNP at 52% as Labour face general election meltdown

    via STV
  7. Dine out in style in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £12 instead of £29 for a Cheese Fondue and a bottle of wine to share between two or £16 for Moules Frites or Sausage & Mash, plus a glass of wine each for two or £21 to include desserts at Brel on Ashton Lane. That's a saving of up to 59%.

    Brel Moules Frites or Fondue, Ashton Lane

    Brel Moules Frites or Fondue, Ashton Lane

    via ITISON
  8. Sing along with Deacon Blue in their new video

    Deacon Blue have released thew video for new single "I Wish I Was a Girl Like You".

    The video sees female fans singing along to the track while listening to it through headphones.

    Taken from their latest album "A New House", the track is available to download now.

    Play 'Deacon Blue - I Wish I Was A Girl Like You'
    via YOUTUBE
  9. Rangers director Easdale's house vandalised

    Club director James Easdlale contacted police after vandals sprayed graffiiti over his Greenock home.

    Rangers director James Easdale's plush home targetted by vandals

    Rangers director James Easdale's plush home targetted by vandals

    via STV
  10. Fans group 'disappointed' at Celtic over living wage stance

    The chairman of The Celtic Trust has applauded Hearts after the club took the decision to pay their staff the living wage, while lamenting Celtic's current position.

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  11. Labrinth to light up Glasgow for MTV

    Singer Labrinth is set to help light up the city with a groundbreaking 3D light show that will be projected across the City Chambers and the Finneston crane.

    The light show will be choreographed to his new single “Let It Go”

    The show will take place on November 7 and 8 and anyone can go along, the event is not ticketed.

    via STV
  12. Halloween ceilidh dancing at Cottiers

    Cottiers are getting into Halloween spirit with a fancy dress ceilidh on Friday.

    We hope that nothing goes bump in the night while the band are playing...

    Tickets for our Halloween Ceilidh are now available from our bar. Buy now to avoid disappointment! http://t.co/yWewaieBBK

    Cottiers Venue

    @Cottiers_Venue
    via Twitter
  13. Clydesdale Bank's owners could sell

    National Australia Bank announced their plans after their UK businesses led to a fall in profits.

    Clydesdale Bank's Australian owners considering selling the bank

    Clydesdale Bank's Australian owners considering selling the bank

    via STV
  14. Henderson Travel cease trading

    Henderson Travel, which provides bus services in the Glasgow area ceased trading yesterday. The demise of the firm has left 150 employees without a job, and caused travel disruption for customers suddenly left without a bus service.

    Scots bus firm suddenly ceases trading with 150 staff facing the axe

    Scots bus firm suddenly ceases trading with 150 staff facing the axe

    via STV
  15. Aye caramba! Meet Scotland's only mariachi band

    Rapido Mariachi frontman John Paul Speirs chats about their dreams of making it big in Mexico and being Arcade Fire's rider. See them at Day of the Dead Glesga this Saturday.

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  16. Council must make £30m savings to meet spending gap

    Glasgow City Council published its financial forecast today, which shows the city will need to find savings to meet a spending gap of £28.9m for the next financial year.

    Scotland's largest council must find £30m savings to fill spending ga

    Scotland's largest council must find £30m savings to fill spending ga

    via STV
  17. Tennent's go to the dark side with new lager

    New Tennent's Black T lager is a "bit of a dark horse"

    The brand is described as being a premium lager which is made from a recipe using 100% local barley.

    The new beer goes on sale in supermarkets this weekend.

    via STV
  18. Student wins photography competition with £10 camera

    Scotland Now have the story about a Glasgow student who claimed top spot in a prestigious photography competition using a £10 camera.

    Scottish student wins 'UK Mountain Photo' of the Year award with image taken on £10 camera http://t.co/Ju56XU5D7H http://t.co/SnowlVMPNp

    ScotlandNow

    @ScotlandNow
    via Twitter
  19. Petition to 'save the steps' at Royal Concert Hall

    A petition has been launched to “save the steps” at the Buchanan Galleries.

    Plans to modernise the Buchanan Shopping centre include replacing the steps leading to the Royal Concert Hall with a glass atrium.

    So far, over 3,500 people have signed the petition since it was launched on Wednesday.

    Save the Steps

    Save the Steps

    via 38DEGREES
  20. Go behind the scenes of Twin Atlantic's new video

    Twin Atlantic have given fans a glimpse behind the scenes of the making of their video for new single "Hold On".

    Play 'Twin Atlantic - Hold On (Behind The Scenes)'
    via YOUTUBE
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