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Paul Donoghue: A Celtic - Rangers Old Firm clash and a trip to Greece ahead of Glasvegas' new album is fine by me

dailyrecord.co.uk — FOR me this January hasn't been too disheartening after the joyous, wonderful headache that we call Christmas. Our album is now moving on quite quickly, and every time we are in the studio things seem to be moving that little bit further on.
Jan 28, 2015

.@pauldon08 : Old Firm clash & trip to Greece ahead of @glasvegas new album fine by me dlyr.ec/yPFlQv http://t.co/isQArwrZjc

Jan 28, 2015

Paul Donoghue: Celtic Rangers Old Firm clash atmosphere more electric even than Glasvegas gigs dlyr.ec/yPFlQv http://t.co/6Ky28IQrB3

Still Game star Greg Hemphill to host comedy night at Glasgow Short Film Festival

dailyrecord.co.uk — FUNNYMAN Greg Hemphill will show he's Still Game for a laugh at other's work at this year's Glasgow Short Film Festival (GSFF). The city actor will be introducing Short Com, a night of independent comedy shorts on Saturday, March 14 as part the five-day celebration of the art form.
Jan 28, 2015

The whole of #Glasgow is set to become a cinema as part of @GlasgowSFF dlyr.ec/11kHmp http://t.co/1NjoR2aEeR

Harold Bishop from Neighbours teaches teenagers how to put on condoms correctly

dailyrecord.co.uk — HE PLAYED Harold Bishop in Neighbours for more than 20 years, but now Ian Smith has a new role. The 76-year-old is starring in Ask Grandad, a sex education series which is aimed at teenagers.
Jan 28, 2015

I just threw up a little RT@Daily_Record Harold Bishop from Neighbours teaches teens how to put on condoms correctly dlyr.ec/1E3TZn

Rookie police taught sectarian songs before this weekend’s Old Firm match

dailyrecord.co.uk — ROOKIE police are being taught sectarian songs before this weekend's Old Firm match. Officers who have never policed a powder keg match between the ancient rivals have been learning the words to hate songs favoured by bigots on both sides of the divide, it's emerged today.
Jan 28, 2015

RT @Daily_Record: Rookie police taught sectarian songs before this weekend’s Old Firm match dlyr.ec/u5kKxF http://t.co/9f0JJluGTV

Honda Gives A Sneak Preview of NSX

dailyrecord.co.uk — HONDA has given a sneak preview of the fabulous NSX it will put on display at the Geneva Motor Show. The show will signal the start of a watershed year for the brand when it replaces or refreshes every model in the range.
Jan 28, 2015

I think I need this car. 2015 is going to be a very, very good year for Honda dlyr.ec/P2CgTK http://t.co/nGEQyRtXgK

David McCarthy: This is a message on behalf of every decent Celtic and Rangers fan

dailyrecord.co.uk — THIS is an advertisement on behalf of all the good folk who live and breathe Celtic and Rangers but know that beneath all of the hype and the hollering, all the bluster and bullsh**, it is just a game. The ones who don't need to spout bile.
Jan 28, 2015

If you read just one column about the upcoming Old Firm match make it this one. Sums it all up perfectly dlyr.ec/KYvRn5

Glasgow bin lorry tragedy: Grieving families take on Clutha crash lawyers to represent them

dailyrecord.co.uk — GRIEVING families from the George Square bin lorry tragedy have taken on the Clutha crash lawyers to represent them. Thompsons Solicitors worked for 50 of the families affected when a police helicopter fell onto a busy bar in November 2013.
Jan 28, 2015

Glasgow bin lorry tragedy: Grieving families take on Clutha crash lawyers to represent them dlyr.ec/LRdIqD #Glasgow

Jan 28, 2015

Glasgow bin lorry tragedy: Grieving families take on Clutha crash lawyers to represent them dlyr.ec/LRdIqD http://t.co/KWjQBpybwo

The Sun backs the Tories over five full pages (but curiously its "Sunifesto” fails to make its Scottish edition)

dailyrecord.co.uk — The Tory-supporting Sun newspaper showed its true colours today. The London-based tabloid used five full pages to shower praise on David Cameron and his Lib Dem stooges in the UK Government. And the diatribe would also have delighted UKIP leader Nigel Farage. Curiously, the paper's "sunifesto" failed to make into its Scottish edition.
Jan 28, 2015

@CraigCarterMT I'm confused, you say whitewashed but the live version still has the same words as your screen grab? dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-…

Jan 27, 2015

The Sun backs Tories over 5 full pages (but curiously its "Sunifesto” fails to make its Scottish edition) dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-…

In pictures: 25 words and phrases that mean drunk in Scotland

dailyrecord.co.uk — ONE thing Scots are renowned for - rightly or wrongly - is getting 'blootered' on a night out. Even better is the colourful slang we use to describe getting 'steamboats' on a Saturday night. We've put together a list of funny words and phrases used across Scotland that mean drunk.

'Jailed for their own good': Police finally try to justify locking up Saltire-waving sisters who had flag ripped off them during indy ref riots

dailyrecord.co.uk — POLICE have finally attempted to explain why they locked Saltire sisters Sarah and Sophie Johnson in the cells all night. Apparently, it was for their own good. Sophie, 16, and Sarah, 20, were arrested and held separately until morning after standing up to a hate mob of Loyalist neds in Glasgow's George Square the night after the referendum.
Jan 28, 2015

'Jailed for their own good': Police try to justify locking up Saltire-waving sisters from George Square indy ref riot dlyr.ec/hRys1U

Revealed: Saudi blogger sentenced to 1000 lashes in prison fled to Glasgow after a previous arrest

dailyrecord.co.uk — A SAUDI Arabian blogger whose punishment of 1000 lashes sparked an international outcry fled to Glasgow after a previous arrest, the Daily Record can reveal. Raif Badawi has been sentenced to 10 years in prison and 50 lashes a week for 20 weeks for slamming country clerics through his liberal blog.
Jan 28, 2015

.@HumzaYousaf has contacted wife of Saudi blogger Raif Badawi and expressed Scotland's concern about his case. dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-…

Jan 28, 2015

Revealed: Saudi blogger sentenced to 1000 lashes in prison fled to Glasgow after a previous arrest dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-…

Jan 27, 2015

RT @Daily_Record: Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, sentenced to 1000 lashes, previously fled to Glasgow dlyr.ec/bHE2OZ http://t.co/crULY1XMv4

Nacho Novo rips into the Rangers board and brands them a bunch of cowards

dailyrecord.co.uk — NACHO NOVO has launched an attack on the Rangers regime - calling into question their integrity and courage after he was banned from Murray Park. The club's former striker believes he has been blackballed from the Auchenhowie HQ because of his public support for a fans' group - a story we broke online this evening.

Sex and The City star Kim Cattrall admits she'd love to work with the National Theatre of Scotland

dailyrecord.co.uk — SEX and The City star Kim Cattrall went wild for the National Theatre of Scotland after seeing their latest play in New York - and wants to team up with them. The actress, best known for playing Samantha Jones in the hit TV series, caught opening night of vampire drama Let The Right One In at St Ann's Warehouse here in Brooklyn.

Not fit to run Rangers: MP Brian Donohoe doubts Ibrox powerbroker's credentials in Westminster speech

dailyrecord.co.uk — MIKE Ashley's credentials to invest in Rangers have been questioned by a Scots MP during a speech in the Palace of Westminster. Brian Donohoe used parliamentary privilege to question whether the billionaire Newcastle United owner was a fit and proper person to take over at Ibrox.
Jan 27, 2015

RT @Record_Sport: An MP has launched a staggering parliamentary broadside against Mike Ashley dlyr.ec/V06xlx pic.twitter.com/IWNFn9eDPc

Nearmageddon: Daily Record reporter on the ground in New York as record storm fails to hit

dailyrecord.co.uk — THE mood on the streets of New York is one of relief today For two days the city was preparing for the worst snow storm to hit the north end of the eastern seaboard since the late 1800s.

Kanye West or Robbie Burns? Scottish school children confuse To A Mouse bard and Gold Digger rapper

dailyrecord.co.uk — SUNDAY saw the Glasgow Now team scratching our collective heads during To A Haggis - were we listening to Scotland's national poet, or Kanye West? Ok, so we're pulling your sporran a bit with that one, but a survey from Pollok's Silverburn suggests that three in 10 Scottish school kids get Robbie Burns and the Gold Digger rapper confused.
Jan 28, 2015

No, we have no idea what's going on here either, but it's vaguely terrifying #Haggis dlyr.ec/YmSOwv http://t.co/dYZmxrcYsY

Jan 28, 2015

We know what your Wednesday morning is lacking - photographs of haggis, with Subo and alone dlyr.ec/YmSOwv http://t.co/y3is9AhGvZ

Jan 27, 2015

We'd like 2 invite @kanyewest to pop round to Glasgow Now HQ for haggis & Rabbie Burns rapping dlyr.ec/YmSOwv pic.twitter.com/Y92cvp2dOq

Jan 27, 2015

Scots schoolchildren say @PaoloNutini is Scotland's national bard - or is it Kanye West? dlyr.ec/YmSOwv pic.twitter.com/wcTObPtZlQ

Jan 27, 2015

Kanye West or Robbie Burns? Scots school children confuse To A Mouse bard & Gold Digger rapper dlyr.ec/YmSOwv pic.twitter.com/hcZ4zD6SBk

Are these the most influential female gamers in the UK?

dailyrecord.co.uk — Mention the words "gamer' to most and they will probably think of prepubescent teenaged boys and overweight guys sitting in a darkened room playing video games for hours on end. But that is not the case.
Jan 27, 2015

RT @DR_Gaming: Are these the most influential female gamers in the UK? bit.ly/1tkX3Mi

Top 5 most influential female gamers under 30

dailyrecord.co.uk — Mention the words "gamer' to most and they will probably think of prepubescent teenaged boys and overweight guys sitting in a darkened room playing video games for hours on end. But that is not the case.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh furniture that survived Glasgow School of Art fire showcased in new display

dailyrecord.co.uk — RARE and valuable Mackintosh furniture that survived the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) fire is to go back on display nine months on. A new furniture gallery has been created to showcase the 20 prized pieces which firefighters saved from the Mackintosh building last May.
Jan 27, 2015

Rescued Charles Rennie Mackintosh treasures on display @ Glasgow School of Art's Reid Building dlyr.ec/yLGxvK pic.twitter.com/AI9CQgOhUn