Firm shows how going green can save money for clients
IN this week's SME Focus a green buildings specialist explains how he has used skills honed working for shipbuilding and electronics firms in the last century to grow a business that numbers some of the biggest names in modern retailing among its clients.
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Pregnant cat climbed through open window of parked car to give birth to kittens on back seat
The Scottish SPCA is seeking the owner of a cat who climbed into a car in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, and gave birth on the back seat.
Five Games things to do in Glasgow
You don't have to have a ticket to a sporting event to experience Glasgow's Commonwealth Games.
Bearsden baton bearer's heartwarming story
A woman who made a miraculous recovery after a heart transplant carried the Queen's Baton to the hospital which saved her life.
Judge speeds up a 12k damages award so teen gymnastics fan can attend Commonwealth Games
Handout photo from Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton Relay of Batonbearer 030 Lynne Mitchell with the Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton at the Titan crane in Clydebank in West Dunbartonshire A judge today slightly loosened the purse strings on a damages award for personal injuries so that a schoolgirl can attend the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next week.
Stone is turned in search for the truth
And, of course, you can triple-check stuff online to make sure you're not being drawn into an elaborate hoax.
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Youngsters are set for a week of fun on Loch Lomondside
More than 100 disabled children from West Dunbartonshire are heading off next month for a fantastic activity weekend on Loch Lomondside.
Council plans A 20m move into town centre
ONE of Scotland's smallest councils is to shut its 1970s concrete headquarters in a town centre move costing nearly 20 million.