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Glasgow girl remembers amazing Florida trip on Saturday Night Takeaway as show comes to an end

Heather Bryson won the trip to Florida on Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and has now looked back on the "amazing" experience as the hit ITV show comes to an end.

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Finnieston restaurant in prominent spot near Kelvingrove museum up for sale after just two years

Farina, a pizzeria located on Argyle Street, is looking for new owners after it took over from the previous restaurant Baffo - also a pizza restaurant - in September 2022.

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University of Glasgow principal Sir Anton Muscatelli to retire next year

Sir Anton Muscatelli has been principal and vice-chancellor of the University of Glasgow for 16 years and has served three terms in the role

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New Glasgow restaurant can show live sport despite 'almost no-go sectarian area' claim

Six people objected to a bid to show televised sport in the Merchant City venue, which is set to get a new tenant. One objector raised concerns over anti-social behaviour by football fans

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20 unusual baby names set to be popular in 2024 from Halo to Atticus

Parents are always on the lookout for unique and unusual baby names, and it seems that 2024 will be no different. Here are 20 rare names that are set to be popular this year...

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Tributes to Glasgow 'warrior' Willie Limond as boxing world marks legend's death

The 45-year-old had been rushed to Monklands hospital in Airdrie after being found unresponsive in his car on Saturday, April 6. His son revealed that he passed away early this morning after a ten-day battle.

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Circus apologises as Glasgow's east end edited out of photo for a more scenic backdrop

The circus is in town and Glaswegians had one big question when they spotted the promo shot for the Glasgow Fort event: since when was Easterhouse underwater?

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Glasgow man wakes to find mice in bed as residents say Ibrox flats are 'overrun' with vermin

Ibrox residents say they have been left 'terrified' as the pests have been seen in ovens, kitchen cupboards, crawling out of holes in the flooring and scratching them as they sleep.

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Woman caught with £110k worth of cannabis at Glasgow Airport after taking 'bag from stranger'

Alisha Penney flew from Toronto then to Frankfurt before landing at Glasgow Airport with a suitcase packed with 17.20kg of the Class-B drug

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New hospitality suite at Celtic Park as plans to convert former press room given green light

The club has secured a change to the premises licence for Celtic Park as it wants to 'enhance the matchday offer' for fans next season.

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Glasgow boxing legend Willie Limond dies after suffering suspected seizure

The 45-year-old had been rushed to Monklands hospital in Airdrie after being found unresponsive in his car on Saturday, April 6.

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Paisley fire crews rush to early morning blaze at town centre property

Scottish Fire and Rescue are currently at the scene of a fire at a four-storey terraced property on Gilmour Street in the town's centre. Four appliances were dispatched after the alarm was raised at around 5.42am on Monday (April 15).

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Coatbridge road rage driver chased motorist and brandished metal bar over roundabout argument

Barry Price has been banned from driving for five years after pursuing another vehicle because the driver sounded his horn and gestured at him over the way he negotiated a roundabout.

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Celtic star spotted in Glasgow restaurant after club's win over St Mirren

Paulo Bernardo was pictured at Italian diner La Lanterna after coming off the bench as the hoops glided to a 3-0 win over the buddies on Saturday (April 13).

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Glasgow student quit promising career to research multiple sclerosis dance benefits

Emily Davis worked with the world-renowned Philadelphia Ballet company for six years while also studying for a biology degree at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Motherwell machete thug who used XL Bully during attack on rival jailed

A Lanarkshire thug who brought an XL Bully dog to a targeted attack on a rival has been jailed for two years. Joseph Buchannan hacked his victim across the face with a machete leaving him scarred for life.

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Busy section of Glasgow's M8 set to close from today for two weeks due to 'essential' work

A busy part of Glasgow's M8 is set to close from today for two weeks for 'essential' road works. Repairs will take place from 8pm - 6pm on the M8 eastbound at the Junction 15 off-slip to the city's Castle Street.

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Glasgow Merchant City residents take to the streets for ultimate litter clean up

Residents in the Merchant City took to the streets on Saturday morning for their most successful litter pick so far. Locals split into groups and cleaned Glasgow's busy streets as the council applaud their efforts.

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Glasgow Lives: Jason, 22, Easterhouse, Digital Assistant at Articulate Cultural Trust

In tonight's Glasgow Lives, we talk to Jason about what inspires and motivates him in life, his current role as a Digital Assistant at the Articulate Cultural Trust and the joy of parenthood.

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'Stunning' two-bed flat in Glasgow's west end hits the market

A 'stunning' two-bedroom flat in Glasgow's west end has hit the market for offers over £205,000. The second floor property is located in the desired area of Broomhill, just in walking distance from the buzz of the west end.