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We Love Manchester Emergency Fund launched

Manchester City Council in partnership with the British Red Cross have launched an appeal for people affected by the devastating attack in Manchester.

The seven SNP councillors have formed a minority administration

First ever SNP administration for East Dunbartonshire Council

An SNP minority administration is to run East Dunbartonshire Council for the first time.

The Supernaturals are headline act at this year's MugStock.

The Supernaturals to headline MugStock

The headline act at this year’s MugStock Festival of Music and Merriment at Mugdock Country Park has been confirmed as The Supernaturals.

Craig Haddow, General Manager of Boclair House Hotel with Margaret Hutchison and Harry Steven.

The history of Boclair House is brought to life

Boclair House Hotel in Bearsden welcomed some very special visitors last week who shared their memories of roller skating around the house when they lived there.

Boclair Academy celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.

Boclair Academy’s celebrating its big 40

Boclair Academy is holding a 40th anniversary fair on Saturday, June 10 from 11am to 3pm.

The shot of Myra Hindley in Fife, taken by Ian Brady. Copyright: Duncan Staff/SWNS

Photo links infamous child killers to east of Scotland

A chilling photograph taken by serial killer Ian Brady of his accomplice Myra Hindley has been identified as a Fife beauty spot.

The hustings was to have taken place in Bishopbriggs Academy

Election hustings cancelled

A General Election hustings has been cancelled following events in Manchester.

Property prices are on the up

East Dunbartonshire house prices set to soar

Property experts have predicted that house prices in East Dunbartonshire will rocket by over 20 per cent in the next five years.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Scotland must not allow terrorism to triumph. Pic: Lisa Ferguson.

Scotland must not allow terrorism to triumph

The people of Scotland must not allow terrorism to triumph and should go about their business as usual, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.

A couple of special guests at the 2015 show!

This year’s Drymen Show in honour of late chairman

This year’s Drymen Show this Saturday (May 27) is being held in honour of chairman Donnie Beaton who passed away a fortnight ago.

Councillor Jean Jones is pictured wearing the provosts chain of office at Burngreen Park in Kilsyth. Pic: Craig Halkett

North Lanarkshire Council elects first female provost

A Kilsyth councillor has been elected as the first female provost of North Lanarkshire Council.

Santander bank at Cowgate, targeted by robbers on Monday evening. Photo: John Clark

Hunt steps up for armed raiders who targeted Kirkintilloch bank

Police are appealing for information after an armed raid last night on a bank in Kirkintilloch.

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The Lenzie Gala Queen and her attendants

Plans in full swing for Lenzie Gala Day

Lenzie Gala takes place this year on Saturday, June 3, at the Lenzie Rugby Club field from 11.30am onwards.

Young performers at the Open Stage concert

Crowds flock to most successful Campsie Mayfest

This year’s Campsie Mayfest was a huge success, attracting almost double as many people as previous events.

Bishopbriggs Library

Work set to begin on £2m library upgrade

Work is set to begin on the controversial £2 million project to transform Bishopbriggs Library.

Andrew after his cycle challenge

Siblings cycle and swim their way to fundraising success

A caring brother and sister team have been busy raising cash for orphans in Malawi.

Public vigil in Glasgow tonight in memory of Manchester terror attack victims

Public vigil in Glasgow tonight in memory of Manchester terror attack victims

A public vigil will take place in Glasgow tonight for people wishing to pay their respects to the victims of last night’s atrocity in Manchester.

Scots companies dominate tour awards

Scots companies dominate tour awards

Scottish companies have dominated a prestigious tourism awards ceremony, with 31 businesses scooping gongs in Glasgow.

Cold callers top poll of 100 things that drive Brits mad

Cold callers top poll of 100 things that drive Brits mad

Cold callers, stepping in dog poo, queue-jumpers, kids screaming in public and people walking slowing in front of you are the top five things that make Brits say ‘get me outta here’, according to a new study by

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Police at the scene. Picture by John Clark.

Raiders strike Kirkintilloch bank

Kirkintilloch’s Cowgate was blocked off yesterday evening following a suspected raid at a bank.

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