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There has been speculation in recent weeks about the developer's intentions regarding development of the land, after East Dunbartonshire Council granted Waitrose permission to build on land owned by West of Scotland rugby club.
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Campaigners from Bute hoping to save Rothesay Sheriff Court from closure met Scottish justice secretary Kenny MacAskill in Edinburgh on Thursday.
North Lanarkshire Council is set to be the first local authority in Scotland to install life-saving defibrillators in all of its high schools.
Argyll and Bute Council have elected a new council leader in the form of Roddy McCuish at its meeting in Lochgilphead today.
ONE was injured in the fire which broke out in a flat in the town's John Street late last night but nearby resident were all evacuated.
A father whose toddler son was killed by a gunman with an illegal weapon has said he was "honoured" to receive a letter of thanks from the UK Government in recognition of his campaigning efforts.
SIMON Fraser told the court he met accused Scott Snowden for dinner and was shocked to hear him say Thomas Sharkey deserved what had happened to him.
The Newton Mearns woman, who asked not to be named, is a full time carer for her daughter, despite being disabled herself.
The 14-year-old boy became stuck in the seven-metre chimney on a commercial building in Carluke, North Lanarkshire.
The bid to create the 500ft-long 13ft-high dune between the course and a holiday park has been branded snobbish A posh golf club wants to build a massive mound of sand to hide a nearby caravan site from view.
A businessman who died along with his two children following a fire at the family home was left "gutted, devastated and speechless" when a pub he was renovating was burned down, a court heard.
Judges said Ms Dingwall had been chosen as finalist thanks to the "passion, commitment and innovation" she had brought to the school and the positive ethos at Knightswood.
An inquiry into the death of a teenager on a school bus trip has found she may have lived if she had worn a seatbelt and the driver had gone slower.
Anne Kenny, 79, known as Mother Rosaria, and Agnes Reville, 77, known as Mother Martin, had been accused of hitting pupils at Dalbeth Approved School in Bishopton from 1969 to 1971.
A business in Busby received a letter from a German-based company, TVV Tele Vereichis Verlag GmbH, informing the East Ren company that it owned the UK corporate portal for the VAT registrations of UK firms.
A drug courier who was caught with heroin with a potential street value of A 2.7m has been jailed for seven years.