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Have your say about future of Catherine Street junction

East Dunbartonshire Council is seeking views on potential options for the junction of Catherine Street, Cowgate and Kerr Street in Kirkintilloch.

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Kirkintilloch Rob Roy are through to the last eight of the Scottish Junior Cup for the second year running after a remarkable fifth round encounter with Linlithgow Rose.

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Springburn folk turned out for funeral of asylum seeker Ana

Springburn folk turned out for funeral of asylum seeker Ana

Strangers attended the Springburn funeral of an asylum seeker from Georgia, known only as Ana, whose death has left her ten-year-old son facing an uncertain future.

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MP joins call to count veterans in next Census because we know more about ‘Jedi Knights’

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East Dunbartonshire MP Jo Swinson MP has declared her support for The Royal British Legion and Poppyscotland’s ‘Count Them In’ campaign, which calls for the Armed Forces community to be included in the next census.

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Lenzie student Stephanie goes for gold – and wins a year’s free travel with First Glasgow buses

One lucky First Glasgow customer from Lenzie struck gold to win a year’s free bus travel.

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Unions hit out at council’s lack of consultation

Unions hit out at council’s lack of consultation

Unions have joined together to condemn cuts to the voluntary redundancy packages to East Dunbartonshire Council employees without consultation.

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Police looking for man in connection with Springburn attack

Police have released the image of a man they believe may be able to help them in connection with a serious assault in the Springburn area.

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Rob Roy will play Linlithgow Rose in the last 16 of the Scottish Junior Cup

Rob Roy v Linlithgow: Stage set for Scottish Junior Cup cracker

It will be a case of friends reunited when Kirkintilloch Rob Roy and Linlithgow Rose go head to head in their Scottish Junior Cup showdown on Saturday.

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Harestanes wont have a Scottish Cup triumph to celebrate this season.

Amateur round-up: Harestanes out of Scottish Cup

There will be no Hampden glory for Harestanes after the Kirkintilloch side went out of the Scottish Amateur Cup to Falkirk side Pennies.

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Catherine Street consultation starts today

East Dunbartonshire Council wants to remind people that consultation starts today on potential options for the junction of Catherine Street, Cowgate and Kerr Street in Kirkintilloch.

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Council tax — 3% rise likely

East Dunbartonshire residents may see their council tax bills rise by three per cent again this year.

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Young citizens play safe

Pupils from St Joseph’s Primary in Milngavie and St Andrew’s Primary Bearsden have demonstrated just how responsible they are as local citizens.

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Fury as CALA wins appeal

Fury as CALA wins appeal

Councillors, an MSP and hundreds of residents have hit out at a decision to allow CALA Homes to build 135 homes on a canal site at Jellyhill, 
Bishopbriggs.

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Two taken to hospital after house blaze at Bishopbriggs

Two taken to hospital after house blaze at Bishopbriggs

Two people were taken to hospital after a blaze broke out in a house at Bishopbriggs.

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This week the Prime Minister announced a review into the health of the news media, including the regional and local press.

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Glasgow’s 14th annual celebration of cinema – now one of the largest film festivals in the UK – will feature over 330 separate events and screenings, showcasing over 180 films from 51 countries including six World premieres, seven European premieres, 77 UK premieres and 52 Scottish premieres.

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Killer set...Seal turned on the style with his big band at the Usher Hall in Edinuburgh on Saturday night, performing Standards as well as some of his biggest hits. (Pic: Robert Kidd)

Seal is a sensation singing Standards in Scotland

From the second Seal swaggered onto the stage, clicking his fingers as the big band played the opening chords for Luck Be a Lady, everyone in the audience knew they were in for a treat.

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Red flags...should be flying for potential puppy owners if they are ever asked to pick up their new pet from a car park. So its best to Adopt, Dont Shop. (Pic: Courtesy of the SSPCA)

Readers can help improve animal welfare in Scotland

The Environment Minister, MSP Roseanna Cunningham, has asked our readers to have their say on the public consultation to regulate and license animal sanctuaries and rehoming centres in Scotland.

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Rossvale boss aims to keep winning run going

Rossvale boss Gordon Moffat says parts of his side’s second half showing against East Kilbride Thistle on Saturday were as good as anything he has seen from them.

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Video: How to make the ‘perfect’ pancake

Whether you like to have them savoury or sweet, Shrove Tuesday, or Pancake Day as it’s also known in the UK, is the perfect excuse for a treat this Tuesday.

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