12 hrs ago
Eight in hospital after car crashes
The rush-hour incidents took place within 40 minutes of each other and less than six miles apart in the north Glasgow area.
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14 hrs ago
Are you ready to go the extra mile?
The race is on to sign up for a fun run in aid of a terrific cause - with more than 100 people already limbering up from East Dunbartonshire and beyond.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
New path for pedestrians and cyclists will link areas
East Dunbartonshire is going to be streets ahead thanks to fresh investment aimed at encouraging people to walk, cycle and use public transport.
New brass band contest unveiled
Hopes are high that some of the best brass bands in the country will descend upon East Dunbartonshire later this year.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Milngavie man warns of scam phone calls
A Milngavie man is warning residents to be vigilant after he received a SECOND scam phone call in just over five months.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Father fails in appeal bid on sons' murders
A FATHER seeking to overturn his conviction after earlier admitting murdering his two young sons did not suffer a miscarriage of justice, appeal judges were told.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Parking clampdown on the way
Wardens are on the road back in towns and villages across East Dunbartonshire to clamp down on drivers who flout parking restrictions.
Pupils to recycle their leftover lunches
Leftovers from school meals in East Dunbartonshire will no longer by heading for landfill sites thanks to an eco-friendly pilot scheme.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
John Lewis to launch four new Waitrose stores
JOHN Lewis has revealed it has plans for another four Waitrose stores in Scotland after reporting that strong sales at the high-end grocer and its sister department store chain sent revenues over the 10 billion barrier.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Initiative to help young people in business
A TOWN at the heart of a regeneration project is one of seven areas picked for an initiative to encourage young people to open a high street business.
Council writes off A 24K in rent arrears
Cash-strapped East Dunbartonshire Council has been forced to write-off 24,691 in rent arrears built up by former tenants.
Staff asked to park more considerately
Fed-up residents say that council staff are still clogging up residential streets - despite their bosses urging them to use a car park just minutes' walk away from their office.
Supporting families coping with drink and drug issues
Brave mums have told how they are coping with their sons alcohol and drug abuse thanks to a new support group for families.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Charities fear pupils in need of support not being identified
SCOTTISH pupils with conditions such as autism and dyslexia are not getting the support they need because councils are failing to identify them, charities have warned.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Boost for school campaigners
CAMPAIGNERS have won a victory in their fight against the proposed closure of two primary schools on the outskirts of Glasgow after the Scottish Government stepped in to halt the plan.
Major expansion plans for hotel
A family run Kirkintilloch hotel has unveiled major expansion plans to triple the number of bedrooms and boost tourism in the town.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Harping on in Glasgow
OLD Chuansu Gallagher, from Lennoxtown, East Dunbartonshire, practices on a harp ahead of the Clarsach Solos contest during the 102nd Glasgow Music Festival, which.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Upgrade for Kirkintilloch library
William Patrick reference library in Kirkintilloch will be closed for three weeks in March to allow vital refurbishment work to be carried out.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Opposition grows to Bearsden Burgh Hall hub plans
Controversial plans to turn Bearsden Burgh Hall into a 'community hub' have again come under fire - this time from a country dance group.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Nearly 250 youngsters receive Duke of Edinburgh Awards
A total of 247 young people in East Dunbartonshire were presented with a Duke of Edinburgh's Award at a ceremony recently.