Saturday May 18
Jo Swinson: new voice in the old system
The ageing denizens of Westminster are choking on the causes Jo Swinson champions, from the fight against airbrushing to parents sharing maternity leave.
Wed May 15, 2013
Morrisons to appeal planning refusal for new store in Bishopbriggs
A supermarket giant is to appeal the decision by East Dunbartonshire Council to refuse planning consent for a new store and petrol station.
Green light for new Co-op store in Lenzie
A NEW Co-operative store is set to open later this year on the site of a former petrol station in Lenzie after plans were approved.
Tue May 14, 2013
More East Dunbartonshire council housing set for completion in 2014
Two much-needed new council house developments are on track to deliver a total of 26 new affordable properties by next year.
Sat May 11, 2013
Prince Edward visits Bearsden Academy
Earl of Wessex at Bearsden Academy DofE awards with OBEs: Meeting the Boclair AC.
Fri May 10, 2013
Roadworks cause chaos in Bearsden Cross
We are currently working on a story about roadworks in Bearsden today which has resulted in Kirk Road being closed.
Thu May 09, 2013
Milngavie toilets being funded by traders
Traders running Milngavie's public toilets are out of pocket because the council has gone back on its promise to provide funds for supplies.
Tue May 07, 2013
Scout chief filmed 'chocolate baths'
A former Scout leader has admitted downloading thousands of indecent images of children and filming young boys having "chocolate baths". Henry Calder, 60, pleaded guilty to five charges of lewd and libidinous practices and behaviour at Scout camps in Glasgow and Fife from 1982 to 1991.
Kirkintilloch residents demand clean-up of multi-million-pound link road
A road which was built at a cost of 30million to attract businesses and visitors is in danger of becoming a "litter-choked embarrassment". That's the concern of Kirkintilloch residents who say that the 4km Initiative Road, which opened in December 2010 to link the town with the motorway network, is not being properly maintained.
This is Bath
Nutty biscuit nearly kills wife of Chippenham MP Duncan Hames
The wife of Chippenham MP Duncan Hames - herself a Government Minister - nearly died after inadvertently eating a biscuit containing nuts.
Mon May 06, 2013
MP recovers from allergic reaction
Equalities minister Jo Swinson is recovering after almost dying from an allergic reaction to a biscuit, it has been reported.
Sun May 05, 2013
How a slice of cake nearly killed MP Jo: Hospital dash as Lib Dem is...
Doctors had to intervene after Jo Swinson, 33, who has nut allergies, suffered a severe allergic reaction and began struggling to breathe.
MP Jo Swinson recovering after allergic reaction
Kunal Dutta is a news writer and reporter. He has written for The Economist, The Guardian, The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, Independent Voices and More Intelligent Life.
Wed May 01, 2013
Tax freeze 'benefits the wealthy'
Unison said people in the most expensive Band H homes saved on average A 441 per year while those in the cheapest homes saved A 147 a year.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Angry motorists hits out after wheel is wrecked in pothole nightmare
A FURIOUS motorist whose car wheel BUCKLED after hitting a crater in the middle of a road has hit out after council insurers rejected her claim for compensation.
Scottish house prices dip slightly
House prices in Scotland have dipped slightly over the past year despite more homes changing hands, according to official statistics.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Parents say 'NO' to proposed school merger
CAMPAIGNERS fighting against plans to merge their primary school say 94 per cent of parents have voted against the move.
Cash bost for vulnerable families
The money will be used by Addaction, the UK's leading specialist drug and alcohol treatment charity and has been awarded by Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland's Partnership Drugs Initiative.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Bedroom tax causing misery for over 40 families says housing chief
FRESH concerns have been voiced over the controversial 'bedroom tax', with a Kirkintilloch housing association revealing that more than 40 families are being hit.
Help to stop an alien invader from taking over Miingavie
A CALL to arms has been made to the people of Milngavie and Bearsden to help repel an alien invasion.