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1 hr ago | Evening Times
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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3 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
A teenager has been arrested in connection with alleged drugs offences after two boys were taken to hospital having taken what may have been a "Mortal Kombat" ecstasy tablet.
The tourism body seeking to put the name of Argyll and the Isles on the map has received a funding boost from Highlands and Islands Enterprise to further enable the support of local tourism groups.
Mairi Hedderwick did not grow up on a Scottish island, she does not have red hair and her family was very different to the one depicted in the Katie Morag books.
It started as a pitch for one smarter city. One year after winning an IBM challenge, however, the proponents behind Reno's successful Smarter Cities proposal are thinking big.
FIVE years after being exposed by the Sunday Mail, failed ex-Motherwell footballer and boss of SAS Fire & Security David Diaz and his brother Vic Black were jailed for 18 weeks.
A 16-year-old boy is in intensive care after taking what may have been a mortal kombat ecstasy pill, police said.
A WIND FARM which could earn the Scottish Tories' environment spokesman more than 8 million will make his constituents' lives a misery, kill tourism jobs and turn a community into a "ghost village", objectors have claimed.
BUSINESSES across the southside are backing The Extra's campaign to give your local high street a much-needed boost.
Atos are not only looking for a way out of a contract that they have struggled with, but have now given up re-assessing claimants because they just can't cope.
GRANDSONS pay tribute to working class hero who helped found Labour Party, took on might of landowners as miners' leader and locked horns with Lloyd George.
Work has been ongoing to enhance the quality of greenspace, particularly in the town parks, and the progress has been welcomed by councillor Neil Crooks, chairman of Kirkcaldy Area Committee.
Wardens are on the road back in towns and villages across East Dunbartonshire to clamp down on drivers who flout parking restrictions.
A COUPLE who attempted to extort cash from an amateur glamour photographer by threatening to expose his allegedly sleazy lifestyle to his employers are facing lengthy prison sentences.
Landslip debris forced the closure of the A83 at the Rest And Be Thankful in the early hours of Thursday.
Revealed: Mum tells of anguish as teenage son was left just hours from death after doctors TWICE failed to spot brain tumours STUART Hutchison, 19, from Clackmannan, was left just 24 hours from death after GPs blamed his headaches and dizzy spells on an ear infection.