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The Daily Record
Police release CCTV images of man wanted in connection with indecent assaults
IT has not yet been determined how fast the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT that Roger was driving was going at the time of the fatal crash.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Co-op hopes to make funerals easier to discuss
A SMALL co-operative is hoping to attract more people to use its funeral service by setting up in a prominent site in a Tesco supermarket complex.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Wheatstone Sales Represented Internationally
Clyde Broadcast of Clydebank, U.K., purchased Wheatstone's IP-MTR64 metering software and three M2 dual channel mic processors for an existing WheatNet-IP system in Kenya.
Queen Mary's Ultimate New Year's Eve 'Voyage'
LONG BEACH, Calif., Nov. 21, 2013 -- Since pulling into Long Beach Harbor in 1967, the Queen Mary's travel days have been confined to history...until now.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Clyde shipbuilding crisis leads to angry exchanges at Holyrood
Scottish unionists have been branded "a disgrace" by the SNP for insisting that independence will be "the death knell" of shipbuilding in Scotland.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Made in Jersey: Singer sewing machines had the market sewn up
Whether they used one that was powered by a treadle or a pedal, there's a really good chance that someone in your family owned a Singer sewing machine.
Housing tenants happy with service
MORE tenants are happy with the West Dunbartonshire Council's housing service than ever before, according to a new survey.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Heath board faces legal action after asbestos is found at hospital
The Health and Safety Executive has submitted a report to the Crown Office Procurator Fiscal Service relating to asbestos in the plant room of the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Row over hospital asbestos safety breaches
The Health and Safety Executive has submitted a report to the procurator fiscal after an investigation found evidence of contamination in a plant room at the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow.
A BEARSDEN reader always thought his teenage daughter was a bit of a drama queen when she went on about the most minor of ailments.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Cow crash kids leave hospital
SIX special needs pupils who were injured after their minibus crashed into a vehicle transporting cows have been discharged from hospital.
Clyde deaths tug firm fined A 1.7m
The owner of a tug boat which sank in the River Clyde killing three crew members has been fined A 1.7m.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Milngavie author set to appear on TV 's Landward
Milngavie lecturer and author Colin Castle is going to appear on the popular TV show Landward after being interviewed by the BBC's Dougie Vipond.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Portraits of 100 soldiers to mark 100 years since First World War
ONE of Scotland's leading artists is to paint 100 soldiers and veterans to mark next year's centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
'Under a battleship-grey sky, Clydeside survives'
For the young, it is the lexicon of marketeers, a phrase peppered across billboards and glossy brochuress signalling the city's evolving transformation, a process that is slowly reclaiming vast tracts of dormant waterfront with conference centres, casinos, media parks and mid-rise flat complexes.
Wed Nov 06, 2013
Background: when Clyde shipbuilding was the envy of the world
At one point in the early 1900s a fifth of all ships in the world were made on the River Clyde in Glasgow.
Scottish News: FE numbers down but 'quality up'
But two principals accepted that student numbers and class choices have been reduced as they told MSPs that they are responding to Scottish Government priorities.