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GMB demands action is taken

GMB Scotland has demanded that North Lanarkshire Council bosses urgently recalculate and reward the pensions of hundreds of women affected by the equal pay scandal.

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Parents are given advice by fellow passengers when they jet off on holiday.

Protest at flight path take off changes over Bearsden

An online petition against proposed changes to flightpaths over a Bearsden area has collected almost 200 signatures within a matter of days.

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Protest at flight path changes over Bearsden

Protest at flight path changes over Bearsden

An online petition against proposed changes to flightpaths over a Bearsden area has collected almost 200 signatures within a matter of days.

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Driver cut free from car after two-vehicle crash at Bishopbriggs

Driver cut free from car after two-vehicle crash at Bishopbriggs

A pensioner had to be cut free from his car after a two-vehicle crash at Bishopbriggs during rush hour this morning.

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Many children go hungry without access to school meals

NLC plans to tackle hunger

North Lanarkshire Council aims to provide free meals for children in low income households every day of the year.

Education
Father and son violently assaulted by gang at Westerton train station

Father and son violently assaulted by gang at Westerton train station

Officers are appealing for information after a father and son were assaulted at Westerton station in Bearsden.

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A female cyclist was hurt after being hit by a car

Police plea after suspected road rage at Muirhead

Police are appealing for information following a suspected road rage incident in Muirhead this month.

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East Dunbartonshire Council house rents to rise by 3.9 per cent

Council house rents are set to increase by 3.9 per cent after a meeting of East Dunbartonshire councillors last week.

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Are savings still required?

Are savings still required?

North Lanarkshire is waiting with baited breath to learn if proposed council cuts can now be shelved - at least for this year!

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Anger at council committee meeting as SNP emergency motion is denied

Anger at council committee meeting as SNP emergency motion is denied

A row erupted at North Lanarkshire Council’s Infrastructure Committee when the SNP attempted to discuss gritting policy around icy schools.

Politics
Millions of pounds stolen through cyber enabled crime in Scotland

Millions of pounds stolen through cyber enabled crime in Scotland

Police Scotland is warning the public to be alert after businesses and individuals across the country were scammed out of millions of pounds.

Crime
East Dunbartonshire Council HQ

Job fears as Council faces £18m funding gap

There are fears for job losses as crisis-hit East Dunbartonshire Council faces finding savings of almost £18 million this year to balance the books.

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Ten days left to use old paper notes

You only have until next week to use your paper £5 and £10 notes.

Business
Have your say about future of Catherine Street junction

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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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’

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

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

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 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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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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