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6 Jul 2015 10:30

West Dunbartonshire MP pledges pay rise to charity

WEST Dunbartonshire MP Martin Docherty is against the proposed 10 per cent pay increase for MPs and has pledged to donate his share to local good causes.
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6 Jul 2015 10:25

Clydebank pet safety warning

PET owners in Clydebank have been reminded of the dangers of leaving their dogs in hot cars this summer.
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6 Jul 2015 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Dalmuir head teacher retires after 38 years at school

A LONG-SERVING head teacher has said a tearful goodbye to her Dalmuir school — after an incredible 38 years of dedication to education.
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6 Jul 2015 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Royal heir Prince Charles visits commends staff at hospital visit

PRINCE Charles praised the hard working staff at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital on a royal visit last week.
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6 Jul 2015 09:30 • Alan Ferguson

Old Kilpatrick school boy actor appears in latest Martin Compston film

A SCHOOLBOY from Old Kilpatrick has appeared in a new movie which premiered at Edinburgh Film Festival last Friday.
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5 Jul 2015 09:30

Clydebank kids scoop media award

HIGH-flying children from a Faifley after-school club have scooped a prestigious award for their multimedia skills in a university competition.
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4 Jul 2015 11:00

Clydebank writer nominated for awards

A HUGELY talented young Clydebank man has been nominated for three national comic book awards.
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4 Jul 2015 09:30

Award for eco friendly shopping centre

CLYDEBANK’S eco-friendly shopping centre has earned a top industry award for its environmental efforts.
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3 Jul 2015 09:00

Investigation after Drumchapel fire

AN investigation is under way after a fire in Drumchapel led to 20 people being evacuated from their homes.
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3 Jul 2015 08:30

Yoker primary teacher retires after four decades

AFTER four decades at Garscadden Primary a teacher has finally said goodbye to the job she loves.
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3 Jul 2015 08:30

Drumchapel food bank needs stock

AN SOS has been issued by Drumchapel Food bank as the lifeline organisation has almost completely run out of food.
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3 Jul 2015 08:30 • Edel Kenealy

Exxon site faces huge challenges

EIGHT landowners must agree to sell their land before a new road can be built into Bowling, opening up regeneration opportunities at the former Exxon site.
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2 Jul 2015 11:30 • Mark Good

Stars turn out for Knightswood charity trek

LEADING actors and sporting stars have joined friends and family members on a sponsored walk supporting a Knightswood charity giving sick children and their families experiences to cherish.
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2 Jul 2015 09:30

Woman, 20, sexually assaulted on train

A SEX attacker is being hunted after a woman was assaulted on board a train travelling between Alexandria and Dalmuir stations.
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2 Jul 2015 08:40

Clydebank shoplifter's £200 a day drug habit

A CLYDEBANK shoplifter told social workers he had a heroin habit costing up to £200 a day in prison, a court has heard.
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2 Jul 2015 08:35

Old Kilpatrick school boy chalks up latest movie appearance

A SCHOOL boy from Old Kilpatrick has appeared in a new movie which premiered at Edinburgh Film Festival on Friday, June 26.
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2 Jul 2015 08:30 • Edel Kenealy

Concerns over future of Drumchapel Hospital

BED numbers could be cut further and the out of hours GP service moved from Drumchapel Hospital, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has confirmed.
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2 Jul 2015 08:30 • Edel Kenealy

Clydebank councillors defiant on green space proposals

CLYDEBANK councillors have demanded an urgent meeting with the Scottish Government as they maintain their fight to protect the Duntiglennan Fields from development.
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1 Jul 2015 11:30

Old Kilpatrick paedophile avoids jail

AN Old Kilpatrick paedophile found with a huge number of indecent images of children has avoided prison.
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1 Jul 2015 11:00 • Mark Good

Clydebank equality film boosts 'Confidence in Coming Out'

FOR many young people, coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) can be a difficult and stressful process. Now members of a Clydebank youth organisation have created a film to share their experiences and offer advice in a bid to help more LGBT people feel comfortable and embrace their identities.
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1 Jul 2015 09:30 • Edel Kenealy

Anger as historic Clydebank slipway is ripped up

FURIOUS locals have hit out after the most revered place in Clydebank — and possibly the most significant site in the world of shipbuilding — was ripped up.
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1 Jul 2015 09:15 • Marc McLean

Poorest in West Dunbartonshire caught out over TV licences

FIGURES show that 137 people in West Dunbartonshire were caught out not paying their TV licence last year — but only one person was prosecuted.
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1 Jul 2015 09:15

Vicious Clydebank mum scars woman in assault

A RADNOR Park mum has been found guilty of attacking a woman with a broken bottle during a vicious attack.
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30 Jun 2015 07:30 • Edel Kenealy

Family of boy unable to smile thank fundraisers and local businesses for donations

THE family of a Clydebank toddler with a rare medical condition have thanked local businesses for their support in raising money for the Moebius Research Trust.
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29 Jun 2015 07:30 • Alan Ferguson

Spiritualist church announces weekend summer festival

SPIRITUALISTS in Clydebank have announced they are holding a mind, body and spirit soul event in the town hall.
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