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  1. 'Illicit drinking den' coming soon to a Glasgow lane

    A new bar serving 'Panther's Milk' is to open in the west end

    [Read more]

  2. Man cleared of murdering dog walker found beaten to death in park

    Paul Ward was acquitted of killing Jean Campbell in Glasgow after being ruled unfit to face trial.

    Man cleared of murdering dog walker found beaten to death in park

    Man cleared of murdering dog walker found beaten to death in park

    via STV NEWS
  3. STV News: Last day for Victoria Park consultation

    City residents must register their opinions on controversial plans to develop the Victoria Park pitches by the close of play today.

    Find out more and get the rest of the day's headlines in your STV Glasgow lunchtime bulletin.

    via STV
  4. Man challenges Glasgow parking attendant for 'stopping traffic'

    Geoff Johnston says he felt compelled to intervene after seeing a traffic warden allegedly stop a moving car to inspect the driver's disabled badge.

    [Read more]

  5. Murder of boy dumped in river 19 years ago examined by cold case unit

    John Rogers, 12, was found badly beaten under a heavy lorry tyre in Lanarkshire almost 19 years ago.

    Murder of boy dumped in river 19 years ago examined by cold case unit

    Murder of boy dumped in river 19 years ago examined by cold case unit

    via STV NEWS
  6. Watch: Scotland keen to go on the attack at Murrayfield

    Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg says his teammates will be looking to being the game to Italy when the two sides clash at Murrayfield tomorrow.

    Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg keen to exercise license to attack agai

    Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg keen to exercise license to attack agai

    via YOUTUBE
  7. Facebook overturns decision on Scot's 'fake' Gaelic name

    Gavin McGowan was outraged when he failed to log in to his Facebook account using the Gaelic version of his name, Gabhan Mac A Ghobhainn.

    [Read more]

  8. Man left with slash wounds after mass brawl at Chinese restaurant

    The disturbance took place at The Loon Fung in Glasgow city centre on Tuesday night.

    Man left with slash wounds after mass brawl at Chinese restaurant

    Man left with slash wounds after mass brawl at Chinese restaurant

    via STV NEWS
  9. Thousands back petition to lift ban on high-fiving lollipop man

    Over 7000 people have signed a petition calling on West Dunbartonshire Council to allow 'Smiley' the lollipop man to continue high-fiving pupils as they cross the road.

    [Read more]

  10. Hit the course in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £49 instead of £100 for 60 minutes of golf tutition at the Turnberry Performance Academy plus 9 holes on the Arran Course at 5* Turnberry Trump Resort plus a bacon roll and choice of tea or coffee. That's a saving of 51%.

    Turnberry golf & tuition

    Turnberry golf & tuition

    via ITISON
  11. Braehead ice hockey clash is sell-out

    Ice hockey fans are backing the Braehead Clan's bid for glory with tonight's game against the Nottingham Panthers a sellout.

    The top of the table Scots face-off against the Panthers at 7.30pm

    GAME DAY: It's a Friday SELL OUT as we face the @PanthersIHC TONIGHT: http://t.co/bmYUM9gJdT #Glasgow #JoinTheClan http://t.co/CWQHGok5Gz

    Braehead Clan

    @Braehead_Clan
    via Twitter
  12. Have your say on the future of Sauchiehall Street

    Glasgow City Council will hold a public workshop to gauge opinion on future plans for Sauchiehall Street.

    'You Are Sauchiehall' will be held at the Piping Centre on March 3 between 3-5pm.

    Councillor Gordon Matheson, Leader of Glasgow City Council, said: "I would ask that anyone - resident, student, employee or employer - with an interest in the Sauchiehall District come along to this workshop."

    You Are Sauchiehall http://t.co/IxPyL2IS40

    Glasgow City Council

    @GlasgowCC
    via Twitter
  13. Extra trains for Six Nations crunch match

    Are you off off to cheer on Scotland against Itlay at the Six Nations this weekend?

    If you planning on taking the train through to Edinburgh, Scotrail have published details of extra services and travel advice ahead of the game.

    Rugby fans going to Murrayfield on Sat to support @Scotlandteam, make sure you check our top tips for an easy journey http://t.co/BHB2TLC0Pj

    ScotRail

    @ScotRail
    via Twitter
  14. Glasgow today: T in the Park tickets, Southside Showdown and film

    Good morning Glasgow. It's Friday at last. Here's your early morning guide to what's happening in our great city today.

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  15. Celtic miss out to Inter Milan due to late goal from Fredy Guarin

    The Hoops put up a strong fight for the full match but a piece of brilliance from Guarin gave Inter Milan the win.

    Despite the loss, the players received a standing ovation from the fans who made the trip to Milan #UEL (NM) http://t.co/ELF65dGAJG

    Celtic Football Club

    @celticfc
    via Twitter
  16. RBS reports losses of £3.5bn in 2014

    Find out more on this story and today's other headlines in the STV News at Six.

    via STV
  17. A delicious barbecue bite is now just a few clicks away

    Buddy's have launched their first online service - now you can order your takeaway on your phone.

    Our website is up and running so you can all now order from us online! http://t.co/P4zXKdWS4U http://t.co/ipTiQwj9Wv

    Buddy's BBQ

    @BuddysGlasgow
    via Twitter
  18. Little Rach makes a big impact with her music

    What a stunning performance from Little Rach tonight on #RiversideShow, there's more from the 'wee folkie with a punk spirit' very soon.

  19. King Tuts is 25 years old today

    XFM Scotland spoke to some of the great artists who played the venue ahead of this special month about what King Tuts means to them.

    Check out @Xfm's #KT25TH documentary. Many legendary artists telling us exactly why Tut's is such a special venue. https://t.co/Upd3XsonmD

    King Tut's

    @kingtuts
    via Twitter
  20. Scots Jimmy Savile victim: Those in know should hang heads in shame

    Caroline Moore was visiting Stoke Mandeville Hospital in England in the 1970s when she met the Top of the Pops host.

    Scots Jimmy Savile victim: Those in know should hang heads in shame

    Scots Jimmy Savile victim: Those in know should hang heads in shame

    via STV NEWS
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