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58 min ago | Milngavie Today
A campaign to raise awareness of parking restrictions and enforcement throughout East Dunbartonshire is continuing, with hundreds of people expected to attend drop-in meetings.
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5 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
An internal report from Scotland's environment watchdog, warning of a "high risk" of water pollution from drilling for underground gas, has been seized on by objectors in the run-up to a major public inquiry opening this week.
Recently I had the pleasure of attending a 'Swimarathon' in Grangemouth swimming pool organised by the Rotary Club of Polmont.
"They have been wanting us to bring our talent to their shores for a long time now," said Bette Hickman of the Newnan Cultural Arts Commission.
Independence poses a threat to both levels of safety and security and the future of defence jobs in Scotland, Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has told the Conservative Party conference.
Businesses in the area were balloted on the plan, which will see them work together to boost tourist numbers and improve the visitor experience.
The groups offer friendship to lonely elderly people, who do not have much social contact, by taking them to monthly tea parties where they can meet people, chat and make new friends.
I knew it wasn't going to be easy doing a five-day juice detox and avoiding eating lots of lovely Scottish treats.
Starter Packs Angus launched a new initiative on monday to sign up 'Friends of Starter Packs' to raise money for the charity.
Leader of the Scottish Conservatives Ruth Davidson with deputy leader Jackson Carlaw in Edinburgh, Scotland, ahead of the Scottish Conservative party conference Prime Minister David Cameron will focus on his fight to keep Scotland in the UK as he opens the Scottish Conservative party conference.
North East MSPs Alex Salmond and Christian Allard have urged volunteers to assist the Aberdeenshire offices of Citizens Advice Scotland .
After more than two-and-a-half years of court proceedings, the 35-year-old pled guilty to fraudulently securing 1,287,955 for two mortgages.
A bank boss, who is accused of causing death by dangerous driving following a collision on the A1 in Northumberland, has no memory of the incident 'in any way, shape or form', a court has heard.
The Tayroots Family and Local History Day in Arbroath's Webster Memorial Theatre on Sunday, 6 April will provide a host of opportunities for anyone keen to trace their family tree and discover more about their Scottish ancestors and the lives they led.
What do you do when you can't wait inside the car for even one more minute!? You lay on the horn for 15 minutes -- like this dog! Reports say some guys in Dundee, Scotland, heard the 18-month-old pup named Fern's honking and thought she was an 'impatient driver'!