16 hrs ago
Concerns about road safety at new Waitrose
A concerned couple have written to the head of Waitrose because they are worried about road safety at the entrance to a new branch.
17 hrs ago
Traffic trial "terrifying" for blind
Council officers had a taste of the dangers faced by visually impaired pedestrians at a controversial trial town centre traffic system.
22 hrs ago
Rugby memories initiative aims to tackle dementia
An innovative scheme aimed at improving the lives of followers of rugby in East Dunbartonshire with dementia has been launched.
Fate of GP surgery will be determined soon
Photograph Jamie Forbes 28.3.14 Hilton Terrace GP Surgery, Bishopbriggs. Councillor Billy Hendry opposing the proposed closure of the surgery.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Widow awarded 230,000 for son's car death
A widow who came across a fatal crash that she later discovered had killed her son has won more than 230,000 damages.
Why 2014 seems to be the year of the mosquito
Aileen Donaghey said: "We killed a mosquito in our house one night during the exceptionally hot spell in July.
Protests over council car parking fee plans
Residents have hit out at plans by East Dunbartonshire Council to introduce parking charges for town centre car parks.One described the move as "the final nail in the coffin for retail in Kirkintilloch".
Mugdock Country Park benefits from A 64k cash injection
One of the most popular tourist attractions in the area, Mugdock Country Park, has benefited from improvement works to paths and fences thanks to a cash injection of 64,000 from East Dunbartonshire and Stirling Councils.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Who's a charmer
Fellow thespian Rony Bridges tells us: "Peter Capaldi is great as the new Doctor.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Poignant poppies in full bloom now
Poppy meadows which were planted across East Dunbartonshire as a poignant tribute to the fallen soldiers of the First World War are now in full bloom.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Often in this column I find myself offering warnings of some particular crime trend or promising stern action against offenders.
The Daily Record
Scottish Power offer A 5000 reward: Thieves stole copper from live...
Scottish Power have offered a reward of A 5000 for information leading to the conviction of those responsible for stealing 1300m of copper cable from overhead cables in Stonehouse.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Fight goes on to beat heart disease
A recent survey revealed that cardiovascular disease kills fewer people under the age of 75 in the district than in any other part of the country.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Now's the time to delve into your family's history
If you've ever wondered where your roots lie then this month could be the perfect time to delve into your family tree.
Residents' safety fears over new road access plans at Boclair House site in Bearsden
Lives will be put at risk if road access plans for a new hotel and housing development on the site of Boclair House in Bearsden go ahead.
Cash-savers grab 'pizza' the action at free workshop
Cookery classes organised by Zero Waste Scotland's local volunteer group, in partnership with East Dunbartonshire Council, showed families in the area how to make great meals from leftovers and food that is nearing its use-by date.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Development plans for 'brownfield' site go on public display
Link Group Ltd want to build houses on a 'brownfield' site at Calico Way, in Lennoxtown, and will shortly apply to East Dunbartonshire Council for planning approval.
Planners lauded for quick turnaround on applications
Statistics published this month by the Scottish Government show that East Dunbartonshire Council's planning service is one of the best in Scotland.
Check out progress on Kirkintilloch's new school
Pupils and parents at Lairdsland Primary in Kirkintilloch have been able to keep an eye on the progress of their new school - literally.
Police chief backs 'Clare's Law' in battle against domestic abuse
East Dunbartonshire's police chief says he would welcome the introduction of Clare's Law to the area in a bid to combat domestic abuse.