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  1. Today's weather is looking not too bad at all

    The sun is even forecast to make an appearance at the end of the afternoon.

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  2. Glasgow today: Scott Mills, Fatherson and voters cosy up for a cuddle

    Morning one and all. There are loads of gigs on tonight. Before then, there's a whole lot of political campaigning going on. And hugging. It's all here in our daily look at the day ahead.

  3. What did Glasgow freshers get up to in 1949?

    Mischief by the looks of things, so no change there.

    Check out these incredible pictures from the archives at Glasgow University Library of Freshers Weeks gone by.

    We'll be back tomorrow with all the latest news and #IndyRef updates from around the city and more Freshers week buzz

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  4. The STV News at Six with John MacKay

    We go into the final days of the campaign with both sides claiming they are heading for victory. The polls are narrower than they have ever been and can't give any side a clear lead.

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  5. 8pm #ScotDecides update: Referendum Live for Glasgow

    Prime Minister travelled to Aberdeen for a final push for a "No" vote while the First Minister returned home to campaign for "Yes".

  6. INDY REF: Alistair Carmichael calls BBC protesters 'bullying mob'

    Seaking to the BBC, Scottish secretary Mr Carmichael said: "The reality of this is the people who are jostled in the streets, the people who are pushed off the streets are not Alex Salmond or Nicola Sturgeon or John Swinney; it's people like John Prescott and Alistair Darling. And they are pushed off the streets by people waving Yes posters."

    Scottish secretary Carmichael: BBC protesters 'a bullying mob'

    Scottish secretary Carmichael: BBC protesters 'a bullying mob'

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  7. Edward Snowden addressed Glasgow University students as he begins first year as rector

    Edward Snowden spoke to Glasgow's new and returning students via video link today.

    #EdwardSnowden speaking to is freshers at Glasgow! #FreshersWeek #Glasgow http://t.co/NvudTZOTfz

    Rebecca Norfolk

    @RebeccaNorfolk
    via Twitter
  8. Ally McCoist: Investing in Rangers share issue was right thing to do

    Last month, Ibrox bosses admitted they would be unable to pay the club’s creditors if the planned share offering failed.

    Ally McCoist: Investing in Rangers share issue was right thing to do

    Ally McCoist: Investing in Rangers share issue was right thing to do

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  9. Inspired by Ross Murdoch and Michael Jamieson's success?

    If you were inspired by the success of Scottish Swimmers over the Games then check out Glasgow Life's free swimming workshops for adults in their pools throughout September.

    Have you been to one of our FREE September swim sessions yet? Coached skills, drills & fitness for adults http://t.co/wj0OQwc9it

    Glasgow Sport

    @Glasgow_Sport
    via Twitter
  10. Get away from it all in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £38 instead of £73 for a decadent Champagne afternoon tea for two at five star Cameron House at Loch Lomond.

    Cameron House afternoon tea

    Cameron House afternoon tea

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  11. We're adding a twist to a student staple tonight on #RiversideShow

    It's a standard dish on the tables of students throughout halls of residence across Scotland, but tonight on #RiversideShow our plain old mac 'n' cheese is going gourmet. We're joined by SMAC, the Scottish Macaroni Appreciation Society for tonight's #teaforatenner to mark the start of Freshers Week.

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  12. Portrait of a nation: join Scotland’s largest referendum photo project

    Help mark this historic day by sending us a picture showing us what you are getting up to as Scotland goes to the polls.

    REPORT BY: Laura Piper

  13. Cat Cubie plants support behind new Tree Hub at the Botanics

    Glasgow girl, Cat Cubie joined the Botanics today in launching a fundraising appeal for a new Tree Hub at the heart of the Botanics.

    The hub will be an information point linking the city with other major tree collections throughout Scotland and a stunning six metre high focal point at the heart of the gardens, offering people a place to relax and learn stories about the trees.

    Find out how you can donate to the appeal at glasgowbotanicgardens.com.

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  14. Spinning from the ceiling while you party masquerade style

    If you were in awe of the Spinal Chord acrobats during the Commonwealth Games, you will love this upcoming masquerade ball, acrobatic show and club night rolled into one.

    REPORT BY: Laura Forsyth

  15. Freshers fashion advice from Glasgow's best dressed

    Fresh from London Fashion Week, fashion bloggers Betty and Bee have been scouring the St Enoch Centre for an outfit for freshers’ week. Take a look at what they came up with.

    St. Enoch Centre Challenge

    St. Enoch Centre Challenge

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  16. 4pm Update: Referendum Live for Glasgow

    Watch a Glasgow man skydive for independence over Australia in a Buzz Lightyear costume. Plus a Matt Damon lookalike has been spotted at a No rally.

    REPORT BY: Nicola Love

  17. Scottish FA to take time to decide if Tonev will face racism case

    Aberdeen made referee Bobby Madden aware of the alleged incident in the second half of their 2-1 defeat to Celtic at Parkhead on Saturday.

    Scottish FA to take time to decide if Tonev will face racism case

    Scottish FA to take time to decide if Tonev will face racism case

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  18. Kelly-Ann Woodland has your STV Lunchtime News bulletin

    David Cameron is making another trip north in a final appeal to Scots to keep the UK together, three days before the nation votes in the historic poll.

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  19. Glasgow University welcomes new and returning students

    The University of Glasgow are looking forward to another great year and have welcomed both their new and returning students in an impressive fashion.

    Here are some of their welcome team at the Quad at the main building.

    Good luck to everyone studying at Glasgow this year.

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  20. Will you need your brolly this afternoon?

    Bad news I'm afraid, but we guess you knew that already from those grey clouds outside. Here's Jo Farrow with a wee look at the weather ahead today and for the rest of the week.

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