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Predictably, the most searched for terms were "Rangers" and "Celtic".

However, there were a few odd searches, including "How deep is the River Clyde?", as well as "celebrity twins".

And more than 50 people wanted to find out about "George Bowie's hair transplant".

The most read story of the year so far was about a woman from Cumbernauld appealing for news about her missing teenage grandson in September.

And almost as many people read our follow up story - "He's alive: missing teen Jamie McAllister found safe after four days", when the 19-year-old was found safe.

Among the other popular searches were "Still Game", as the comedians revealed they were doing a series of comeback shows at The Hydro and "Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow" which opened in Buchanan Street.


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