Glasgow has been basking in the sun today, with temperatures reaching as high as 17°C. 

As such, many of you will have been away from your computers and news, catching some rays and making the most of the heat before the rain returns. 

If you are one of those who have been out enjoying the warm spring weather, here is a round-up of today's top stories from across Glasgow. 

John Hartson: Steve Clarke must build Scotland team around the Celtic players

With the announcement of Scotland's new man in charge, John Hartson tells us his views on how Clarke should approach the job. 

Virgin Media down: Customers struggle to access internet

No internet? Absolute nightmare! Issues have continued all day across the UK. 

Every area of Glasgow ranked by reported crimes

New figures from police Scotland showed some shocking numbers about the number of violent crimes and sexual crimes across the city. Included in this story is a searchable tool, which will allow you to find out stats for your area of the city. 

Renfrew Lane in Glasgow sealed off as police probe rape of teenager​

Terrible news from the city centre as police launched an investigation into the incident. Forensic teams were also spotted on the site, with large parts of the centre closed off.


Glasgow's Garngad takeaway given green light to extend alcohol delivery service

The two-hour increase was opposed by the Health and Social Care Partnership, which says alcohol-related hospital visits in the area are 164 per cent above the Scottish rate.

Jamie Oliver's troubled restaurant chain collapses into administration

Around 1,000 jobs are at risk, many in Glasgow, with the business' owner saying he is "deeply saddened" by the outcome.