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Balmore Road was closed following a car accident involving a police vehicle.
Police are launching a drop-in clinic in Bishopbriggs so residents can raise issues and problems in the community.1 comment
A BISHOPBRIGGS couple have spoken of their pride after their nephew was crowned the king of Old Trafford last week.
A FRESH attack has been made on benefit reforms – including the so-called ‘bedroom tax’ – with the council pledging only to evict as a “last resort”.2 comments
A former oil depot in Bishopbriggs will be transformed after ambitious plans were approved.6 comments
CONCERNS have been raised over policing in East Dunbartonshire with the birth of a new unified police force for the whole of the country.3 comments
GRANITE met girders as Glasgow Roller Derby’s second travel team – Maiden Grrders – marched north to play Granite City Roller Girls’ A-team – Northern Fights.
IT was a date with destiny on Saturday as Lenzie RFC took on Cumbernauld – aiming to win, cement second place in the league and win promotion.
A former player has been unveiled as Rob Roy Football Club’s new manager.
Rob Roy are hoping to put a miserable few weeks behind them as they battle for a cup semi-final spot.
CAMPSIE Black Watch landed an unprecedented 10th Scottish Cup win on Saturday after overcoming Rutherglen Glencairn 3-2 in extra time.
BROTHERS Greg and Euan Watson from Bishopbriggs are celebrating after attending the Scottish National Swimming Championships at the Royal Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh.
If you’ve watched one episode of Grand Designs too many and have been bitten by the self-build bug, be prepared for a bumpy ride.
WELCOME to Monaco. Park your yacht over there and join me for a couple of laps of the world’s most celebrated F1 venue. With race weekend just a few days away, the barriers, grandstands and banners are in place and the circuit is ready for action.
An airy, elegant home with decorative tiles and nature-inspired murals, where the outdoors blends seamlessly with the indoors, would be an enviable property by today’s standards.
STRATHKELVIN Talking Newspaper Association is staging a fundraising concert with The Kirkintilloch Band, Kirkintilloch Youth Band and Kirkintilloch Junior Band on Friday, June 7, in St Ninian’s High School, Kirkintilloch, at 7.30pm.
HIP hop, scrummy cakes, family fun, a roller girl for the day and a night with Frank Sinatra – just some of the ways you can help Scotland’s top skaters fly the flag in America next month.
BREATHTAKING feats of agility, strength and skill will be showcased at a special event in The Theatre Royal, Glasgow, next Wednesday (May 22).
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An adventurous financial advisor is bidding to help troubled teenagers by following an epic route created by one of Scotland’s finest authors.
A new hearing aid maintenance drop-in session is being held for NHS hearing aid users in Kirkintilloch.
SUSAN was the youngest of three children in the family of George and Charlotte Brown, who stayed at ‘Aberlyn’, Garngaber Avenue, Lenzie from 1953 to 1975.
DOWN Memory Lane with the Kirkintilloch Herald – May 1963-2003
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