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Two-Course Meal with Show for Up to Eight at The Ferry (Up to 55% Off)
Up to eight people can enjoy dishes such as barbecue pork ribs or roast chicken, and then listen to a live tribute band performance...
(was £59)
Three-Hour Indian Cookery Class for One or Two at Ashoka Cook School (Up to 69% Off)
Learn how to prepare toothsome Indian meals during this three-hour class, taught by cooking pros...
(was £130)
30- or 60-Minute Flight Simulator Experience at ACS Aviation (Up to 54% Off)
Take to the virtual skies aided by a ACS Flight Training Instructor in this simulated experience at Perth Airport...
(was £85)
Two-Hour American or British Pool with Pizza and Fries for Two or Four at The Ball Room Sports Bar (Up to 51% Off)
Fans of the felt can enjoy a two-hour stint of the table top sport accompanied by pizza and fries...
(was £24)
Soft Play Entry with Lunchbox and Drink For Two, Three or Four Children at Lollipop Land
Little ones under 12 can leap round the nets and tunnels of this soft play centre for two hours, and also tuck into lunch and a drink...
(was £9)
Outdoor Murder Mystery Game in Edinburgh or Glasgow with Detecticity (Up to 41% Off)
Choose one of the outdoor detective games and try to solve the mystery using clues hidden in the city centres of Edinburgh or Glasgow...
(was £49)


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Fire union concern over cladding discovery

Scotland's Fire Brigade Union questions why the fire service was not told combustible cladding had been found in Glasgow.

Climate change flood risk concerns in Clyde coastal areas

A report identifies more than 100 Clyde coast locations where action may been needed to avoid flooding.

Glasgow Airport appeal over lost soft toys

The lost property office at Glasgow Airport is full of soft toys, with 21 left in the last three months.

Survey to catalogue basking sharks in the Clyde

A wildlife tour operator appeals for the public's help to detail sightings of the sharks in the Clyde.

Great grandmother who became author dies

The children's stories that Joan Porter wrote more than 40 ago were published as two Little Terry Tiddlemouse books.

Cash pledge over successful Paisley culture bid

The town will be given financial support if it wins the UK City of Culture title in 2021, ministers say


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