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Reports of crimes of indecency fall in the two towns as Rutherglen MSP calls for people to "remain vigilant" to protect the community Following a Freedom of Information request we lodged with Police Scotland, the Reformer can reveal that from June 2012 until May 2013 there were 71 crimes of indecency detected - 41 in Cambuslang and 30 in ... (more)
The dismantling of South Lanarkshire Council and the return of more localised local government is the main recommendation of a Scottish Government-commissioned report into possible changes to the council system.
Pupils and parents at Lairdsland Primary in Kirkintilloch have been able to keep an eye on the progress of their new school - literally.
For kids all over the world, the warm summer months are the perfect time to play outside and explore what nature has to offer.
A 23-year-old man was attacked by up to 10 people at about 17:30 on Tuesday in Lochiel Lane.
THE City Deal will fund major infrastructure projects in Glasgow and the surrounding region in a bid to boost the economy for the next 20 years.
Administrators of Ferguson Shipbuilders have set a closing date for offers for the Port Glasgow firm after significant interest from prospective buyers.
A man who claimed in court he was a "competent driver" has been jailed for three years for a hit-and-run death.
A new communications system that allows divers to speak normally even at extreme depths has been invented by an Aberdeen company.
Scotland and Northern Ireland have a long history of cultural ties and economic links.
The increase is based on the Retail Price Inflation figure for July, at which level the Scottish government had said it would cap increases.
New investors may need to found within days if the financially-stricken Ferguson Shipbuilder in Port Glasgow is to be saved, MSPs have been told.
Derek Mackay MSP with Mark Holmes, of the Moorfield Group, and David Leven, from Scottish Enterprise, at Westway Business Park Work to boost the renewable energy industry by creating a dock on the White Cart river should be finished later this year.
Two men have begun an appeal against their convictions and life sentences for murdering three people in a deliberate house fire in Helensburgh.
Mariusz Cieslar, 26, was charged with two counts of sexual assault under section 3 of the Sexual Offences Act 2009.
A contract worth at least A 30m to come up with the detailed design work for the first section of an upgraded A96 has been advertised.
East Dunbartonshire Council is holding a round of public consultations this month to discuss parking charges for town centre car parks.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 02:40 am
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