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Nursery parents say kids are happy at axed school
Parents were outraged when they were given just six days' notice to make alternative arrangements for their children's care.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Referendum: Are you registered to vote?
On September 18 this year the people of Scotland will go to the polls to vote in the Independence Refrendum.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
MP Jo holds meeting on referendum
Milngavie folk turned out in force to listen to local MP Jo Swinson give her views on the up coming independence referendum.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Poppy meadows to mark centenary
Poppy meadows are set to be planted across East Dunbartonshire as part of the council's commemorations to mark 100 years since the beginning of the First World War.
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Glasgow 2014: Record man Des Clark reflects on night he warmed up his ...
THERE is a guy called Stevie whose memory of the opening ceremony might be a bit hazy but it was a night that Daily Record columnist Des Clarke will never forget.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Striker denies pub threat charge
Queen of the South striker Derek Lyle has denied a charge of threatening violence towards staff in a Dumfries pub.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Don't forget to make your travel plans now for the Commonwealth Games
With only one day to go until the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games get under way, research indicates up to half the one million ticket holders still need to finalise or make plans for travel to their events.
Queen's Baton Relay
From Bearsden to Twechar and all the towns and villages in between, local residents tunred out in force to mark the special occasion.
Fiona's magic night in memory of husband raises A 1300 for hospice
Bishopbriggs woman Fiona Hendry organised a night of magic in memory of her late husband and to thank the hospice who cared for him.
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Detectives searching for murder fugitive Derek Ferguson draft in Interpol and European police forces
THE family of Thomas Cameron, who was shot outside the Auchinairn Tavern in Bishopbriggs, hope the development could end their seven-year quest for justice.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Council to clear safety risk in Bishopbriggs
An angry motorist has accused council chiefs of placing drivers at risk by failing to prune back untended roadside vegetation.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Murphy the dog has been found safe and well
Murphy, a black cockapoo, was in his owner's Volkswagen Scirocco when it was stolen from outside the Virgin Active Gym on Strathblane Road on Tuesday.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Your vote could help centre win fitness gong
Leisure chiefs have urged residents to get online and vote after a local leisure centre was shortlisted for a major award.
Wife murder accused dies on remand
An 86-year-old man accused of murdering his wife at their East Dunbartonshire home has died while on remand.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Car theft dog found safe
Murphy, a black cockapoo, was spotted tied to a lamppost in Auchinairn Road in Bishopbriggs, East Dunbartonshire, at around 1am today.
Burns' death anniversary marked
An exhibition centred on a portrait of the man who talked Robert Burns out of emigrating to Jamaica is opening in Dumfries.
Serviceman killed at RAF base named
Sgt Peter Wildman, 49, from Elgin, was involved in the one-vehicle accident on Tuesday evening at the Moray site.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Footballers with conviction
But new figures have revealed that inmates being held at Her Majesty's pleasure are receiving hundreds of footballs for kick-abouts to help pass the time.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Everyone's 'relay' excited about baton coming through East Dunbartonshire this weekend
People of all ages will be royally entertained when the Queen's Baton Relay comes through East Dunbartonshire on Saturday, July 19 - with a variety of sport, family entertainment and activities on offer.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Doing the business for charities
More than A 7,000 was raised at the inaugural East Dunbartonshire Business Awards final thanks to the generosity of individuals, organisations and enterprises who contributed to the raffle and auction.