East Kilbride, Scotland Newswire (Page 2)

East Kilbride, Scotland Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. No need for cup tie to be replayed after mistake by referee, says Blantyre Vics boss John GibsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Evening Times

    BLANTYRE VICS' stunning Scottish Junior Cup victory over Bo'ness United last Saturday could literally count for nothing if SJFA chiefs decide the third round tie has to be replayed. There were controversial and confused scenes at Newtown Park following a last-gasp headed goal by Kieron Coleman that earned the Lanarkshire outfit a more than creditable 2-2 draw against the East Region big guns.

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  2. Leukaemia treatment paramedic backs festive blood donation driveRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Evening Times

    A PARAMEDIC whose life has been saved by at least 70 people after developing leukaemia has urged others to give blood and save more lives. Derek Louititt received 40 blood and 30 platelet donations, and wants others to come forward to donate and become lifesavers.

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  3. Paramedic makes plea for others to give blood and save livesRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 6 | Scotsman.com

    A paramedic whose life has been saved by at least 70 people after developing leukaemia has urged others to give blood and save more lives. Derek Louititt received 40 blood and 30 platelet donations, and wants others to come forward to donate and become lifesavers.

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  4. East Kilbride FC pledge A 1500 to support Chapecoense and launch crowdfunding pageRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 6 | The Daily Record

    LOWLAND LEAGUE club set up page for families of the Brazilian plane crash victims - and kick things off with big-hearted donation EAST KILBRIDE FOOTBALL CLUB have launched a crowdfunding account to support the families of the tragic Brazilian football team all but wiped out in a horror air crash. Chapecoense FC were travelling to their Copa Sudamericana final clash with Atletico Nacional when their plane ran out of fuel and crashed near the Colombian city of Medellin, killing 71 people on board.

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  5. Celtic should join EPL but only after bagging their 55th title to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 6 | The Daily Record

    Peter Lawwell's claims about the Hoops becoming the biggest team in Britain if they moved to England set tongues wagging as Gary Ralston took today's Hotline calls. Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell put the cat among the pigeons when he claimed his club would be the biggest in Britain if they played in England.

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  6. Lovell plans 112 affordable homes for South LanarkshireRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 6 | Scotsman.com

    Housing developer Lovell has started work on the first of three developments for Clyde Valley Housing Association aimed at tackling the shortage of affordable homes in South Lanarkshire. Construction has now started at the A 4 million development in Kenilworth Road, East Kilbride, which will deliver 26 flats and eight houses.

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  7. Cambuslang boxing club set to star in play about sports legendRead the original story

    Monday Dec 5 | The Daily Record

    O'Neils Boxing Club are due to play the Rutherglen Town Hall in a production about the life of Benny Lynch. A Cambuslang boxing club will be swapping the canvas for the stage when they star in a play about a sporting legend.

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  8. Transport Scotland hail engineering marvel of M74 construction, 50 years onRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 5 | The Daily Record

    The team behind the new M8 M73 M74 motorway improvements look back at the work to open the road in 1966. And as these newly-releaed pictures from Transport Scotland reveal, there was little sign of the motorway tailbacks that plague so many drivers today.

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  9. East Kilbride practice manager gives back to the hospice which cared...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 5 | The Daily Record

    Grace, who has worked at the Alison Lea Medical Practice in Calderwood for 16 years, moved to the town after working in Bellshill. She admits the job of practice manager has its stresses - but says the staff and support from residents have made her life easier.

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  10. The Diary: Mum's the word hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 4 | Sunday Herald

    Ken Gebbie in East Kilbride passes on the honesty from the board outside the Rufus T Firefly bar in Hope Street, Glasgow. A WHITECRAIGS reader was in a Glasgow clothes shop where the oleaginous assistant told a mother and daughter shopping together that they looked like twins.

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  11. Donald Findlay on why serial killer Peter Manuel remains an enduring fascinationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 4 | Evening Times

    AS a seven-year-old boy, Donald Findlay was influenced by two starkly different men: one was Michael Denison, star of television legal drama Boyd QC; the other was Lanarkshire serial killer Peter Manuel. When Manuel stood trial at the High Court in Glasgow in 1958, a young Donald devoured every word from his home in Glenrothes, Fife.

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  12. Hansteen upbeat as vacancy rates reduceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2016 | Live Charts

    UK and continental Europe property investment company Hansteen Holdings announced a portfolio update for the period from 1 July to 30 November on Monday. The FTSE 250 firm said during the period, it completed 836 new leases or lease renewals for more than 4.3 million sq ft of space, securing annualised income of A 16.6 million.

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  13. Gaelic TeacherSouth LanarkshireRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 3 | Times Educational Supplement

    Mount Cameron Primary was rebuilt in 2007 in the St Leonards area of East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire. The school has 292 children , 80 of these children are in the Gaelic Department.

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  14. Scottish Cup round-up: Formartine shock AnnanRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 3 | Scotsman.com

    Irish striker Conor Gethins put Formartine United into the fourth round as they stunned Annan Athletic 4-0 in the big upset of the day. The former Ross County forward scored twice in a four-minute spell early in the second half - his second from a free-kick - to give the Highland League side control.

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  15. Huge backing for Advertiser's Toy AppealRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 3 | The Daily Record

    There's only nine days left to support the Advertiser's Christmas Toy Appeal, so if you're thinking about making a donation please do so now! Today marks just over three weeks until December 25, and that means we have little over a week left to gather in as many toys and gifts as possible until our appeal ends on Friday, December 9. With hundreds of gifts handed in to our office so far this year, as well as dozens more being dropped off at our appeal partners The Salvation Army in Burnblea Street, the Swaddle store in Castle Street and Happy Feet Nursery in Larkhall, we're on our way to another bumper year.

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  16. Peter Manuel: the serial killer who struck fear into the heart of close-knit Lanarkshire communitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 3 | Sunday Herald

    ALTHOUGH a convicted criminal and widely regarded as a psychopath, Peter Manuel eluded the police to kill at least seven people in Glasgow and Lanarkshire over a two-year period. As a new drama based on the events of 1956-58 comes to television, we speak to four people on whom the murderous acts and brazen behaviour of the "Beast of Birkenshaw" have left an indelible mark.

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  17. Scotrail slammed as new figures show that nearly half of East Kilbride trains are lateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | The Daily Record

    Scottish Government statistics show that only 54 per cent of trains serving the town were on time in the last month. The data, taken from October 16 to November 12, also shows that 92 per cent of trains in East Kilbride arrive within five minutes of their scheduled time.

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  18. Green campaigner calls for all South Lanarkshire Council debt to be written offRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | The Daily Record

    The call comes after a new report shows that some councils are facing up to nine per cent interest rates. A Green campaigner for East Kilbride is calling for local authority debt to be written off after a report revealed the scale of the problem.

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  19. Agenda: Let us put foundations in place to give disabled people a better futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Sunday Herald

    IMAGINE living in a house where you can't use the toilet, take a shower, cook a meal or go out without help. Imagine being forced to stay in hospital or live in a care home for older people when you are still of working age because there isn't a house in your local area that meets your needs.

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  20. Juniors: Hitman Kevin Watt has Kilwinning Rangers in his sights as...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2013 | Evening Times

    Tomorrow could well mark a make-or-break moment for Rob Roy's challenge for the Super Premier Division championship honours. The tabletopping Rabs play host to Kilwinning Rangers and are keen to make the most of an opportunity to widen the points gap between them and a chasing quartet of clubs.

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