Results 1 - 20 of 388 in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland
LIBERAL Democrat politician Jo Swinson has backed a campaign to raise awareness of the potentially deadly condition anaphylaxis after she nearly died from eating nuts. Comment?
DRIVERS have called for a concerted effort to tackle potholes as the havoc wreaked by cold weather becomes clear in East Dunbartonshire. Comment?
Councillor Ghai said: "This is the biggest change in our police in a generation, yet as officers don their new uniforms there are still too many unanswered questions. Comment?
Colquhoun park Primary school gates mums protesting about possible closure of Colquhoun with banners Dawn Mullen Photo by Emma Mitchell 18/5/13 Parents at Colquhoun Park Primary School in Bearsden are staging a series of protests in a bid to prevent the closure of the school. Comment?
The ageing denizens of Westminster are choking on the causes Jo Swinson champions, from the fight against airbrushing to parents sharing maternity leave. Comment?
Regular joint patrols will be conducted in marked police vehicles where traders will be challenged to ensure they are genuine. Comment?
Plans must be put in place so that Milngavie extracts the maximum benefit from its new Waitrose store, an MSP has said. Comment?
AN HISTORIAN is claiming to have found the site of one of Scotland's most significant battles on the outskirts of Elgin. Comment?
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. Comment?
RESIDENTS are being given the chance to find out more about plans for new housing on a site in Lenzie . Comment?
A former council worker and scout leader is facing jail after pleading guilty to a series of child abuse charges. Comment?
A supermarket giant is to appeal the decision by East Dunbartonshire Council to refuse planning consent for a new store and petrol station. Comment?
Two much-needed new council house developments are on track to deliver a total of 26 new affordable properties by next year. Comment?
Earl of Wessex at Bearsden Academy DofE awards with OBEs: Meeting the Boclair AC. Comment?
We are currently working on a story about roadworks in Bearsden today which has resulted in Kirk Road being closed. Comment?
The refurbishment of the historic Cross Keys pub in Milngavie has been delayed due to a last minute change of plans for its interior. Comment?
Traders running Milngavie's public toilets are out of pocket because the council has gone back on its promise to provide funds for supplies. Comment?
LIBERAL Democrat group leader Ashay Ghai has raised serious concerns about the abolition of a local police force in favour of a single Scottish force. Comment?
A poignant tribute to a much-missed campaigning councillor was unveiled in front of family, friends, villagers and political leaders recently. Comment?
The High Court in Glasgow heard that when 60-year-old Henry Calder was snared by Operation Alba for downloading child porn, a police search of his home found videos taken between 1982 and 1991 at scout camps. Comment?