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28 Aug 2015 09:30

Man slammed for igniting aerosol 'flame thrower' style into air vent

A DRUMRY man who sprayed an aerosol and ignited it near an air vent has appeared in court.
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28 Aug 2015 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Parents starve in Clydebank to feed their children

A SINGLE mum has told how she battles poverty to feed her three young children and mother every day.
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28 Aug 2015 08:30

Clydebank man's lasting friendship with German POW

A PASSION for swimming saw a Clydebank man extend the hand of friendship to a German Prisoner of War (POW) just months after the Clydebank Blitz, forming an unlikely friendship that has endured for 60 years.
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27 Aug 2015 11:30 • Alan Ferguson

BREAKING: 12-year-old hospitalised after being struck by car

A YOUNG boy was knocked over by a car in Clydebank yesterday evening.
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27 Aug 2015 09:30 • Edel Kenealy

Duntocher school girl wins Emma's Strength Award

KIRSTY Rainey, a former P7 pupil at Carleith Primary in Duntocher, was presented with the Emma’s Strength Award at the school’s leavers assembly in June.
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27 Aug 2015 09:30

Man hauled before judge for offensive text message

A DUNTOCHER man who sent an offensive text message to a woman has appeared in court.
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27 Aug 2015 07:30 • Edel Kenealy

Nurse gets skinhead for charity after witnessing brave cancer patients

A NURSE at Clydebank’s Golden Jubilee Hospital shaved her head earlier this month to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Care.
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27 Aug 2015 06:24 • Edel Kenealy

Crooks growing veg for foodshare in community service

CROOKS from Clydebank have been working hard to grow fruit and vegetables for impoverished families in the town as part of their community service.
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27 Aug 2015 05:30 • Alan Ferguson

Community welcomes new Aldi supermarket

COMMUNITY leaders in Drumchapel say they are “absolutely delighted” that Aldi has been granted planning permission to open a store in their area for the second time.
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27 Aug 2015 05:30

Owners of empty homes council tax refund

OWNERS of empty homes in Clydebank could be eligible for council tax refunds under a new scheme.
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26 Aug 2015 09:39 • Alan Ferguson

Priest recalls moment chapel engulfed in flames

A PRIEST has recalled the moment he felt a “physical pain” as he watched black smoke and flames engulf his chapel.
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26 Aug 2015 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Hunger vigil organiser: 'Stand up and reject the destruction of the welfare state'

A VIGIL to show support for those going hungry due to rising poverty was held on Friday in Clydebank.
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26 Aug 2015 09:30

Education boss Lanagan attacks local press — for reporting council blunders

WEST Dunbartonshire Council’s education chief used part of his annual start of term address to teachers to take a swipe at the local press.
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26 Aug 2015 09:30 • Edel Kenealy

Scotland's first interactive flume in Clydebank

THE NEW Clydebank Leisure Centre will have Scotland’s first fully-interactive flume ride, helping to attract half a million people to the centre in its first year of business.
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26 Aug 2015 06:30 • Edel Kenealy

Sisters' grandfather's medal mystery

TWO SISTERS are looking to Clydebank Post readers in a bid to help them solve a family mystery.
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25 Aug 2015 14:30 • Alan Ferguson

Police launch appeal for youth gang graffiti culprits

THE MEANING behind graffiti that been sprayed across Clydebank has been discovered.
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24 Aug 2015 12:15 • Mark Good

Knightswood Community Centre to get personal touch

CELEBRATIONS will soon be in order for Knightswood residents as local people prepare to take control of its bustling community centre.
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24 Aug 2015 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Women's history group unveils findings on social lives in 50s

A MIDWIFE’S bag, LPs, singles and beauty products dating back 50 years are among the many artifacts currently on display at Clydebank Museum.
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21 Aug 2015 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Missing young woman thought to be in Clydebank found 'safe and well'

A YOUNG woman who was reported missing yesterday has been found "safe and well".
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21 Aug 2015 09:30 • Edel Kenealy

New measures rolled out West Dunbartonshire Council tops sickness rates in Scotland

LOCAL authority staff in Clydebank face tighter rules on 'sickies’ to tackle West Dunbartonshire Council’s £6.75 million bill for sick days.
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21 Aug 2015 08:30 • Edel Kenealy

Three sets of Clydebank twins among NINE across region starting P1

THERE will be double the fun at schools in Clydebank this week as teachers welcome three sets of twins into P1.
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21 Aug 2015 08:30

Figures reveal WDC's school uniform benefit highest in Scotland

PAYMENTS given to parents in West Dunbartonshire to pay for school uniforms are the most generous in Scotland, new figures have revealed.
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20 Aug 2015 16:15

BREAKING: Missing woman may be in Clydebank

CLYDEBANK residents have been urged to be on the lookout for a missing young woman.
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20 Aug 2015 13:45 • Mark Good

Clydebank musician David Laughland remembered after losing illness battle

TRIBUTES have been paid to Duntocher man David Laughland, who has passed away at the age of 60 after a long battle with illness.
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20 Aug 2015 11:30 • Mark Good

Police on the hunt for four men after attempted murder in Yoker

POLICE are hunting a group of four men who stabbed a teenager in a Yoker street.
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