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  1. Hundreds of people turned out Reclaim the Night for women

    Glasgow's Rape Crisis Centre's annual march to raise awareness of sexual assault against women in Glasgow's city centre took place tonight. About three hundred people from all different parts of the community, from university bodies to political groups turned out to support the march.

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

    SWAN at #ReclaimTheNight now @StrathUnion http://t.co/LdlLAdIR9h

    Roza Salih

    @RozaSalih
    via Twitter
  2. Tea for a Tenner: cornbread muffins with black-eyed bean chilli con carne

    The Tea for a Tenner on tonight's Riverside Show was draped in stars and stripes.

  3. Frustration with the lack of official answers to Clutha tragedy

    One year on, STV News examines what we know so far and speaks to one survivor about her frustration at lack of progress.

    via STV
  4. Rangers need 'significant funds' by January to meet day-to-day costs

    The Ibrox club published their accounts of the year ending June 2013, which showed a rise in revenue of 32 per cent to £25.2m and a drop in operating losses by 42 per cent to £8.3m.

    In their strategic report, Rangers say they need £8m to meet their running costs in 2015, with a large amount required immediately.

    Rangers need 'significant funds' by January to meet day-to-day costs

    Rangers need 'significant funds' by January to meet day-to-day costs

    via STV
  5. Pressure turns sweet 16 tomorrow with Slam and Ben Klock

    Berghain disk spinner, Ben Klock joins the lads from Slam tomorrow night to celebrate 16 years of Pressure.

    Catch up on this busy year for the Slam guys and their new album release with this interview recently from Fabric, London.

    In The Studio With... Slam

    In The Studio With... Slam

    via FABRICLONDON
  6. New affordable housing for the King Park area

    Bailie Cameron was present at the official naming ceremony today of a £6 million development which will comprise of 55 one, two and three bedroom homes for private sale.

    The properties at Kings View will be sold ‘off plan’, in advance of being built.

    John Gallacher of Cruden Homes, the company behind the development said: “Cruden is proud to play its part in delivering much-needed new affordable private housing at King’s View and by working in partnership with GHA we are building a new mixed tenure community in this part of Glasgow."

    via STV
  7. Celtic line up XI to face FC Salzburg

    The board is set and things are ready to kick off. A win would see the Hoops in Europe after Christmas.

    Celtic team to play FC Salzburg: Gordon; Matthews, Ambrose, van Dijk, Izaguirre; Brown, Mulgrew; McGregor, Johansen, Stokes; Griffiths. (MD)

    Celtic Football Club

    @celticfc
    via Twitter
  8. You'll be happy you caught the Twilight Sad

    Get your skates on and head down to HMV Argyll Street for an impromptu Twilight Sad live session!

    Only 20 mins till @thetwilightsad play in our shop!!! Who's coming along????

    hmvGlasgowArgyle

    @hmvargylest
    via Twitter
  9. Did you ever expect to see Liz Lochhead beatbox?

    Great things have come from a new collaboration between Glasgow hip-hop star, Hector Bizerk and our national poet.

    Find out all about Hector Bizerk's EP The Bird That Never Flew which premiers at The Poetry Club tomorrow night featuring spoken word from Liz Lochhead at this link here.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  10. Celtic can count on captain's promise to bring home European gold

    Brown straddles two different eras of European success at Parkhead.

    Scott Brown can help Celtic write a new chapter in their European hist

    Scott Brown can help Celtic write a new chapter in their European hist

    via STV
  11. Winning world cups and kickabouts with Cantona

    Andrew Lannigan took to the field for Scotland in the 2007 Homeless World Cup and helped the team to a famous victory.

    Andrew Lannigan, age 40, George Square, Glasgow

    Andrew Lannigan, age 40, George Square, Glasgow

    via BIGISSUE
  12. The National will continue after trial run

    Neil Mackay tweeted on Thursday: "You'll be pleased to hear that The National @ScotNational is continuing ... See you Monday. Thanks for all your support x"

    Pro-independence newspaper the National to continue after trial run

    Pro-independence newspaper the National to continue after trial run

    via STV
  13. Get away for a break in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £189 instead of up to £380 for a luxury overnight stay with full Scottish breakfast for two with a choice of three course dinner or £90 towards spa treatments or a round of golf on the Kintyre course at the award-winning five star Trump Turnberry. That's a saving of up to 50%.

    Trump Turnberry luxury overnight

    Trump Turnberry luxury overnight

    via ITISON
  14. Tea for a Tenner: wild mushroom and pea risotto

    On a chilly winter night this classic risotto by Wild Flour chef Mathew Scobey hits all the right buttons.

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  15. Pro-independence newspaper will continue to print after five day trial

    The new daily newspaper supporting independence in Scotland launched on Monday from the publishers of the Herald and Times.

    You'll be pleased to learn that The National is continuing. See the paper tomorrow for full details. Thanks so much for all your support

    @ScotNational
    via Twitter
  16. The La Fontaines and Fatherson help King Tuts celebrate 25 years

    One of Glasgow's most intimate venues and a hothouse of new talent will celebrate 25 years of gigging excellence in 2015 the best way they know how.

    We Were Promise Jetpacks, The Twilight Sad and Vigo Thieves all join The La Fontaines and Fatherson in a string of gigs just announced for February of next year.

    via
  17. Yelp has the answer to all your stocking filler qualms this Christmas

    If you'd prefer to shop local this festive season, this new service from Glasgow's Yelp blogger community could be the answer, and it might save you a penny or two in the process.

    via
  18. Roxy's Round Up gallops into the Riding Room tonight

    Their all singing all dancing cabaret showcase returns tonight. Prepare to be entertained.

    Roxy's Round Up: #cabaretshowcase tonight! 10 acts // drinks promos £1.50 // brand new cocktails http://t.co/ZWUptxeH36

    Riding Room

    @TheRidingRoom
    via Twitter
  19. Get your plastic at the ready for Fatherson at 5pm

    The pre-sale tickets sold out last night for their gig in February at a venue yet to be officially revealed....

    Ahem, **Spoiler Alert** it's King Tut's.

    So our Glasgow Headline presale sold out last night! There is a space number of tickets going on general sale at 5pm tonight! RT X

    Fatherson

    @fathersonband
    via Twitter
  20. This weekend's cinema takes you on an adventure with Wonder Woman

    A documentary exploring the evolution and legacy of Wonder Woman is showing at the Glasgow Women's Library (GWL) this Saturday as part of Teknowomen, a festival of films charting the depictuion of women in science fiction films.

    Wonder Woman! The Untold Story of American Superheroines will show Saturday at 7pm at GWL.

    Play 'WONDER WOMEN! The Untold Story of American Superheroines - SXSW 2012 Accepted Film'
    via YOUTUBE
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