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Homeopathy deadline extension
Cumbernauld and Kilsyth people who want to be able to use homeopathic services in Glasgow have until the end of the month to contribute to a key consultation.
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
Sister act raises A 2,500
An eight-year-old Cumbernauld girl was so determined to help children like her wee sister Alisha, aged six, she organised a sponsored haircut - and raised a fortune.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Suer-fit Ron wins Games honour
A veteran Cumbernauld keep-fit fanatic has been chosen to serve as one of the Queen's Baton carriers - in the town he still calls home.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Young musicians stage a spring spectacular
Cumbernauld and Kilsyth youngsters joined hundreds of other pupils from across North Lanarkshire for a showstopping spring concert in Glasgow.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Needless claim under fire
A report claiming Cumbernauld has seen a drastic 150 per cent increase in the number of drug users' needles found on local streets has been rubbished by the council.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Villagers put fun into their Tesco battle
Jim Walker, Katie McLean, James Trench, Paddy McAtee and Colin Egan are among those protesting at plans to build a Tesco Express in Condorrat Picture: Mark Mainz Posters have been placed around public artworks in Condorrat, near Cumbernauld, by residents opposed to a proposed Tesco Express store.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Another export success
There was a time when Craig Ferguson, in the words of Mr McNair, couldn't get arrested in Glasgow - and his original stage name Bing Hitler probably did not help in that respect.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
AG Barr finance chief swaps Irn-Bru for Edrington
Irn-Bru maker AG Barr has started the search for a new finance director after Alex Short called time on his role to join whisky distiller Edrington.
Rail service to improve
Cumbernauld rail users travelling to and from Glasgow will have new journey options open to them from Monday, May 19. These will open up new cross city choices for people aiming to travel within Glasgow to stations including Charing Cross, Partick, Hyndland and Yoker.
Parties squabble over cash rules
The Cumbernauld councillor who leads the SNP group on North Lanarkshire Council has welcomed a crunch decision to keep the authority's membership of COSLA.
Drug gang leader jailed for 10 years
The court heard he was the fixer in a A 210,000 consignment of heroin and was later caught handing over A 23,000 of drug money in a Glasgow street.
It's easy to explain Gandalf's escape from Cumbernauld...
After an absence of nine days, Gandalf was discovered more than 100 miles away, on the remote Inner Hebridean island of Islay.
RAF gunner arrived back from daring bombing raid over Germany to watch Boat Race on Great Ouse
Geoff Payne with the copy of 'Memories of RAF Witchford' by Barry and Sue Aldridge, which was presented to him by the Diamond44 Community Film Project.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Film industry rival launches A 42m fund
Northern Ireland, which has studios in Belfast, has unveiled a 42 million, four-year plan to tempt more movies and high-end TV shows there, and to make Belfast the biggest screen capital outside London within 10 years.
Thousands of syringes left on street
Over 3,900 discarded needles have been reported in nine of Scotland's largest towns and cities over two years.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Fears growing for missing bird of prey Gandalf
The attraction's director David Ritchie said staff were increasingly concerned about the welfare of the Ruppell's griffon vulture.
Search continues for missing vulture
Gandalf, a Ruppell's griffon vulture, was chased away from his home at the World of Wings bird of prey centre in Cumbernauld last Sunday and could be flying over the Falkirk district following potential sightings in the area.
Burger vans to be hit by schools ban
A 250-metre exclusion zone has been declared against burger vans near Cumbernauld and Kilsyth schools, as part of a bid to boost healthy eating.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Welfare summit will look at controversial changes to benefits
A welfare summit is being held on Friday by MP Gregg McClymont for residents worried about the Government's controversial changes to the welfare system, including the bedroom tax.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Firms can help shape future
Cumbernauld and Kilsyth companies are being asked to take part in a consultation on the future needs of business and industry.