15 hrs ago
Independence: Cable warns of double business hit
BUSINESS Secretary Vince Cable has warned that Scottish independence will hit businesses with the "double whammy" of increased regulation and an exit from the UK single market.
19 hrs ago
Savers' outrage over council closure of Municipal Bank
East Dunbartonshire Municipal Bank currently operates out of council offices at Bearsden, Lennoxtown and Southbank Road in Kirkintilloch and is marketed as "the friendly bank".
Boss cleared on Lennoxtown care home hygiene rap
A CARE home boss accused of allowing elderly residents to live in filthy conditions has been cleared of all charges.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Deputy First Minister targets the undecideds
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited East Dunbartonshire last week in a bid to persuade undecided voters to back the 'Yes' campaign.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Ambitious plans to restore a much-loved monument to its former glory are continuing to gain momentum - both inside and outside the building.
Concern over use of stop and search on children in East Dunbartonshire
Official figures show that of all instances of stop and search in the area, 17.5 per cent were carried out on youngsters.
Burial charges highest in country
The cost of burials in East Dunbartonshire is almost four times as much as other areas of the country, a new report has found.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Like many other officers I squeezed in my summer holidays at the start of this month, facing an embargo on leave throughout July until after the Commonwealth Games.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
House prices in East Dunbartonshire on the rise - again
The area also recorded the third highest average cost of a home in Scotland, at A 226,510, and the number of properties sold is also up - by 13 per cent.
Municipal Bank to be closed
A detailed plan of the closure and the timescale for this taking place will now be prepared, and the first step of this process will be a meeting of the directors of the bank, which will take place after the summer.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Wife murder accused dies on remand
An 86-year-old man accused of murdering his wife at their East Dunbartonshire home has died while on remand.
Owner issues warning after horse is targeted in field
Police are warning horse owners and farmers to be extra vigilant after reports of horses being 'marked' to be possibly stolen.
Police chief in move to reassure public
Over the course of the games, some officers in the East Dunbartonshire command area will be occasionally seconded to help with the security arrangements in Glasgow.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Council take 17 residents to court each day
At least 17 people are taken to court each day in East Dunbartonshire for failing to pay their council tax, the Herald can exclusively reveal.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Pupils get a taste of the big leagues
Youngsters enjoyed a brush with the big time recently as they took part in a fun-filled festival at Celtic FC's Lennoxtown training ground.
MP gets insight into the world of deafblindness
A leading local charity has thrown its doors open to give people the chance to experience some of the challenges of deafblindness.
Beloved dog taken in Milngavie car theft
The animal, a black cockapoo called Murphy, was inside the car when the vehicle was taken from outside a health club in East Dunbartonshire yesterday.
Queen's Birthday award for hearing loss hero
A Kirkintilloch health hero who stepped up to help others after losing her hearing has been honoured in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Footballers with conviction
But new figures have revealed that inmates being held at Her Majesty's pleasure are receiving hundreds of footballs for kick-abouts to help pass the time.
Mixed feelings over supermarket
Plans to build a new supermarket on the edge of Kirkintilloch has sparked a backlash from residents in the town centre.