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Bishopbriggs stylist in final of L'Oreal contest
A Bishopbriggs stylist is through to the final stage of the L'Oreal Colour Trophy, one of hairdressing's most respected competitions.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Energy firm complaints are on the rise, warns bureau
The Energy Ombudsman recently announced complaint levels about electricity and gas companies have more than trebled in the first quarter of 2014.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Owner's warning after dog attack
A Bishopbriggs woman wants to warn fellow pet owners after her two Westies were injured in an unprovoked attack by another dog.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Jim Devine ordered to pay manager A 18,000 damages
THE disgraced politician Jim Devine was yesterday ordered to pay his former office manager 17,816 in damages after a judge ruled that he had defamed her.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Bus stations appeal over missing man
Police operations are to be held at bus stations in Glasgow and Fife in a bid to trace a missing medical student.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Renamed Cross Keys pub - Garvie & Co - is now open
The popular pub on Station Road, which is now called Garvie & Co after the well known former Garvie's soft drink factory on nearby Mugdock Road, was bought in 2012 by a pair of successful businessmen brothers, Pravesh and Rahul Between them they already own Oregano restaurant and The Eagle Lodge in Bishopbriggs, Rasoi indian restaurant in Lenzie ... (more)
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Still time to nominate your top business
Council HQ, Southbank marina, East Dunbartonshire's Business Awards launch. Jim Holland- Editor of Kirkintilloch Herald, Cllr Alan Moir, Rhonda Geekie Photo by Emma Mitchell 21/2/14 The final of the East Dunbartonshire Business Awards 2014 takes place on Friday,May 9 - including the presentation of 10 awards, dinner and after-dinner speaker.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
The Daily Record
Family of missing medical student Manvir Singh makes new appeal for him to get in touch
MANVIR Singh, 21, from Bishopbriggs, East Dunbartonshire, was last seen in Renfield Street, Glasgow city centre, at about 4.45pm on Wednesday March 19. THE family of a medical student missing from his home for more than two weeks have made a new appeal for him to get in touch.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Mother's little helper
Linda Owens in Kirkintilloch recalls: "Back in the 1950s, when door-to-door salesmen were commonplace, my English mum opened the door to a man who said, 'Dae ye want a wundae cleaner?' Thinking the Glasgow gentleman was trying to sell her a vacuum cleaner made by a firm called Wonder, she replied, 'No thank you, we have a Goblin', which was a brand ... (more)
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Walking the talk
ROBIN Gilmour in Milngavie tells us that a friend was telling his wife that he was thinking of joining the local ramblers' club.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Business awards boost for local charities and good causes
It won't just be businesses and entrepreneurs who will be the winners at the first East Dunbartonshire Business Awards.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Schools merger plans still being scrutinised
At the end of February they decided to 'call in' the council's decision to merge Auchinairn and Woodhill primaries into a new building on the Woodhill site in Bishopbriggs.
Missing student Manvir Singh spotted in Manchester
Police Scotland said there were two confirmed CCTV sightings of 21-year-old Manvir Singh, who went missing from Glasgow City Centre at around 4.45pm last Wednesday.
Drug dealer had heroin in jail cell
A convicted drug dealer has been jailed for 22 months after being caught with heroin and cocaine in his prison cell.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
The Daily Record
Missing medical student Manvir Singh hadn't told family he...
PATRICIA Ritchie has lived in her Largs flat for 35 years, but says new neighbour Alicia Thomson is ruining her life with her dogs that constantly bark and use the communal close as a toilet.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
Save our sparrows - your help neded to help vanishing species
RSPB Scotland and researchers at the University of Glasgow are looking for volunteers to help solve the mystery of the vanishing speuggies.