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Malcolm Balfour, left, councillor for Drumchapel/Anniesland, and Kenny McLean, councillor for Partick West, voiced their opposition to the cuts to the bus route in Thornwood Picture: Colin Templeton The Evening Times reported last month that Glasgow Citybus was withdrawing its 141 service - which ran from Parkhall to Partick - and the 140 because ... (more)
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Irish fruit firm Fyffes and US rival Chiquita are to merge to create the world's largest banana company, worth about $1bn .
There are many ways to keep fit and active and there are probably even more classes in the Falkirk district to attend that will help you.
Business owners say jobs will be lost thanks to a year-long closure of the rail bridge in Larbert's Main Street.
With his face wrapped in bandages, Stuart Hutchison looks like an Egyptian mummy while undergoing surgery to remove a brain tumour.
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Plans to turn Newtown Park into a facility for all the community to use took a step forward this week, as councillors signed over the ground to the new trustees.
The welcome the Pia family has received since they flung open the doors of their Manor Street premises is one of the reasons they came to the district in the first place.
A DAMNING new report on workplace discrimination reveals huge levels of inequality when it comes to people from black and ethnic minorities getting a job with in the Scottish public sector.
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GEORGINA Smith pretended to be grief-stricken about Scott Blackwood - after urging friends to stab, strangle him, then set him on fire.
A Denny shoe shop which has been trading for more than 60 years has become the latest town centre business to announce that it is closing down.
THE film industry is continuing to boost Glasgow's economy as the city proves to be a popular place to capture on screen.
ERIN RULE, 14, was diagnosed with the life-limiting condition spinocerebellar ataxia seven years ago and has helped her pals at Robin House hospice create the animated film Albert's Day Out.
A college student has turned her life around to move from homeless hostels to the hallowed halls of BBC Radio One.
Last summer I had the pleasure of taking a visiting couple from America on a walk through Falkirk's High Street.
Michael Matheson, a public health minister in Scotland, said: "It is extremely irresponsible for any adult to purchase alcohol for someone who is so young.