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Tributes paid to Clydebank Celtic star

1 Oct 2014 10:00

A CELTIC star born in Clydebank died last week aged 74.

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Latest: Teens ignoring asbestos warnings in Clydebank

1 Oct 2014 09:30

CHILDREN and adults may have unwittingly exposed themselves to deadly asbestos simply by taking a shortcut in Clydebank.

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Latest: Clydebank port chiefs admit failures in Flying Phantom sinking

1 Oct 2014 09:30

PORT chiefs Clydeport have admitted to health and safety failures following the sinking of the Flying Phantom tug boat.

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Drumchapel man fights off blindness for charity

1 Oct 2014 09:30

INSPIRATIONAL athlete Jay Semple is determined to raise as much money as possible before he loses his eyesight... By running half marathons all over the UK in a kilt.

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8 mil underspending in West Dunbartonshire housing

26 Sep 2014 09:30

HOUSING chiefs have come under fire for leaving millions in the bank and not upgrading homes.

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Titan gets a new sponsor

29 Sep 2014 08:30

THERE seems to be some monkey business going on at Clydebank FC right now — with club mascot Titan signed up to a new sponsorship deal.

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Bowls latest with Ian MacDonald

28 Sep 2014 08:30

The CDBA Presentation of Prizes was held on Friday, September 19 at Yarrow Bowling Club.

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Budgie: Cup tie won’t be a walk in the park

26 Sep 2014 10:00

CLYDEBANK boss Budgie McGhie admits his side haven’t been at their best so far this season but hopes they can get back to winning ways on Saturday.

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McAulay praises Whe Ho spirit

25 Sep 2014 08:30

YOKER boss John McAulay praised his side’s belief and mentality after they came back from a early goal to see off Shettleston at Holm Park on Saturday.

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Cooking up an electric taste storm

The first hint of summer weather sends barbecue sales into overdrive, even in parts of the country where lengthy belts of balmy sunshine are anything but guaranteed.

18 Jun 2014 15:10

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Cllr George Black: An independent voice

22 Apr 2014 09:00

I RECEIVED an invitation to a seminar to be held next month in Garshake, it caused me to ponder the reason that we have elected members.

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Online business info clicks into fast gear

7 Mar 2014 10:27 • Gary Farmer

It’s bad enough making a mistake in business - but surely far worse when you later realise you could easily have prevented it happening in the first place. Good business relationships may prosper ultimately on trust, but when a firm is set on expansion and looking for a suitable partner far more immediately pragmatic steps are both obvious and necessary.

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Eco-window shopping just went mainstream

27 Feb 2014 16:52 • Gary Farmer

There’s never a bargain-basement cheap way of investing in the sort of home improvement that could save you from crippling fuel bills in the future - but that doesn’t mean you automatically have to spend a fortune.

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Disney on Ice celebrates its 100th birthday

25 Sep 2014 15:30

HAVING wowed audiences all over the world, Disney On Ice is celebrating 100 Years of Magic.

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Internet offers a road map to jobs

15 Sep 2014 09:42

The jobs market is tough, and airy statements to the effect that plenty of new opportunities are coming on stream need to be seen in context - but there’s hope, too.

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Diving into Deep Sea adventure

5 Sep 2014 09:30

This is why we’re proud to be offering our readers a special discount for a trip to see this flagship attraction and maritime marvel, with a voucher which will either admit one child completely free (saving £7) when buying an adult ticket, or alternatively admit one adult at 20 per cent off the usual price.

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