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World War One display opens in Clydebank

21 Aug 2014 13:30

A UNIQUE insight into the wartime experiences of soldiers from the area has been unveiled to coincide with the centenary of the First World War.

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400 West Dunbartonshire children treated for obesity

21 Aug 2014 11:30

CHILDHOOD obesity is one of the biggest problems our society faces, with long-term, life-shortening implications for youngsters affected — and special measures are being taken to beat it in Clydebank.

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Praise for Clydebank's Golden Jubilee

21 Aug 2014 09:00

CLYDEBANK’S Golden Jubilee Hospital has been praised for the “outstanding innovation in quality control” shown towards patients.

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Clydebank charity says it is missing out on £36,000

21 Aug 2014 07:00

RESIDENTS have been encouraged to sign up to Gift Aid when donating to Barnardo’s.

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Further report due on future of Clydebank schools

20 Aug 2014 17:00

THE council has agreed to move forward with plans that could impact hundreds of Clydebank school pupils.

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Scotland stars visit Bankies

17 Aug 2014 08:30

CLYDEBANK Rugby club welcomed a wealth of international talent to Whitecrook on Saturday as part of their 10s tournament and the RBS RugbyForce scheme.

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Bowls latest from Ian MacDonald

17 Aug 2014 08:30

THE CDBA David Syme Senior League restarted on Monday, August 4. With 12 games already played before the short summer break the remaining six league matches will extend until mid-September.

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Budgie McGhie's Clydebank column

15 Aug 2014 08:30

At the conclusion of our pre-season friendlies I was fairly satisfied with what the games had given us.

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Ramage to complete his comeback at Bankies

14 Aug 2014 08:30

THE LAST two seasons have been something of a rollercoaster ride for new Clydebank signing Graeme Ramage, but the midfielder insists he is ready to prove himself to the Bankies faithful.

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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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Online casinos can be seriously fun

Think of any great movie role where gambling is an important theme - Paul Newman in The Sting, perhaps, or Sean Connery in any one of several Bond films - and a whole range of images surely spring instantly to mind.

4 Apr 2014 14:45

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Winter is never dull in Paris

10 Dec 2013 09:30 • Gary Farmer

Paris may be cold and possibly rainy, and magnificent views lit by brilliant sunshine in summer are grey and wintry - but that needn't spoil anyone's enjoyment of the city of love.

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EXCLUSIVE: The Post catches up with Graeme Clark to talk all things Wets Wet Wet

20 Nov 2013 10:00

WET WET WET star Graeme Clark says the band is counting the days until it gets to wow the crowds in Glasgow.

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