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18 Dec 2014 10:00 • Edel Kenealy

Dalmuir high rise damp causing grief for woman

A YOUNG woman who moved into the high rise flats in Dalmuir says the local authority should tell people about long-running damp problems prior to them moving in.

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18 Dec 2014 09:30

Queens Quay development gets go-ahead from councillors

PLANS to build a new leisure centre in Clydebank have been given the green light by councillors.

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18 Dec 2014 07:00

Clydebank benefit cheat given 80 day curfew

A GRANDAD who cheated the authorities out of nearly £7,000 in benefits has been sentenced to a 80-day curfew.

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18 Dec 2014 07:00

Probe into 'contaminated' Hardgate park

A HARDGATE park is to remain open — despite concerns the land it is on may be contaminated.

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17 Dec 2014 10:06 • Alan Ferguson

Breaking: Axe raised on Clydebank services

COUNCIL axemen have delivered a list of proposed cuts for elected members to consider for the coming years.

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17 Dec 2014 10:00

Decision day for Clydebank's £15m leisure centre

COUNCILLORS will today (Wednesday) be asked to hand over £15.6 million and grant planning permission for the Queens Quay leisure centre, designed to rejuvenate an area that has ‘blighted’ the Clydebank landscape for too long.

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17 Dec 2014 10:00

Pensioners in Clydebank given food vouchers for Christmas spending

HUNDREDS of Clydebank pensioners last week received food vouchers to ensure they have a good Christmas.

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17 Dec 2014 10:00

Inspirational Drumchapel nurse in bid to improve health of people living deprived areas

AN INSPIRATIONAL nurse who heads up a charity dubbed Drumchapel’s ‘safety net’ is now at the heart of a campaign to boost the health of people living in some of Scotland’s most deprived areas.

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17 Dec 2014 10:00

Clydebank thief ordered to pay back gig cash to colleagues

A CLYDEBANK woman has been ordered to pay back money she stole from her workmates after promising them concert tickets.

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16 Dec 2014 14:30

Proposal to axe Carleith Primary in Duntocher

CARLEITH Primary School has been revealed as one of several potential causalities amid ‘frightening’ budget cuts proposed by the council for 2016.

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16 Dec 2014 08:30

Clydebank mobility business helping elderly get around

ELAINE Williamson is on a mission to get people moving.

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15 Dec 2014 15:40

Teenager jailed for raping sleeping woman in Clydebank

A TEENAGER who raped a sleeping woman months after being released early from prison has been jailed for six years and three months.

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15 Dec 2014 09:00

Clydebank thieves jailed after raiding empty home

TWO Clydebank crooks who broke into a couple’s home and stole items worth more than £1,700 have been locked up.

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14 Dec 2014 10:00

Fifty new Clydebank homes kickstart boom

WORK to create more than 50 new homes in Clydebank has started in the same week it was revealed 300 houses are to be built in West Dunbartonshire in the next three years.

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13 Dec 2014 11:00 • Alan Ferguson

Charity work changes Clydebank pupil's life

A CLYDEBANK school pupil has told how becoming involved in a community project has made her a more charitable person.

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13 Dec 2014 10:00

Wheels are moving for Clydebank mobility service

ELAINE Williamson is on a mission to get people moving.

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12 Dec 2014 11:00

Clydebank private hire taxi firm gets green light

CLYDEBANK’S main taxi association has wished the man behind a rival firm good luck in taking business from out of town private hire companies operating in the area.

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12 Dec 2014 10:00

Clydebank primary school's festive fun

CHILDREN at St Ninian’s Primary School raised more than £1,000 at their festive fayre last Tuesday.

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12 Dec 2014 09:20

Winter warmer for West Dunbartonshire homes

WEST Dunbartonshire Council has been allocated £795,000 to make homes warmer and cheaper to heat.

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12 Dec 2014 09:00

Clydebank nursery places may be cut in merger

CHILDCARE places at a Clydebank nursery could be halved if a council proposal to amalgamate it with the adjacent primary school gets the go ahead.

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