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Police hunt sex attacker

Police Scotland is appealing for information after a 59-year-old woman was sexually assaulted within her home during an attempted robbery.

Crime
Milton of Campsie pupil leads pipe walk

Milton of Campsie pupil leads pipe walk

A young piper donned his kilt as part of a school challenge to raise hundreds of pounds for two great causes.

Business
The Morrisons store at Bishopbriggs.

New hope in store for improving Bishopbriggs

Plans to create a new supermarket in Bishopbriggs could be the catalyst for significant town centre improvements, according to a community councillor.

Business
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Stobhill Hospital staff swing into action after renal unit is flooded

Staff at Stobhill hospital were put to the test on Saturday evening when flash flooding affected the Renal Dialysis Unit.

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Bob and Louise Nolan prepare for their Three Peaks Challenge.

Peak practice for Lenzie charity leader

A Lenzie-based charity is getting behind their leader, who is taking on a unique and daunting task as a fundraising venture.

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East Dunbartonshire Council headquarters in Kirkintilloch

East Dunbartonshire Council staff vote for four days of strikes

Unite members at East Dunbartonshire Council have voted overwhelmingly for four days of industrial action later this month.

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People urged to attend public meeting on future of Kirky

People urged to attend public meeting on future of Kirky

A public meeting on the recent public survey on Kirkintilloch town centre –including the controversial shared space – takes place on Monday, June 11 at 7pm at the miners club in Kirkintilloch.

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Thugs target cyclists on Bears Way

Thugs target cyclists on Bears Way

Concerns have been raised after thugs once again targeted cyclists on the Bears Way cycle path.

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Row rumbles on over Jellyhill

Row rumbles on over Jellyhill

Local MP Jo Swinson has accused CALA Homes of failing to engage properly with the public over its controversial plans to build 135 new homes at Bishopbriggs.

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Bearsden venue in line for award award

Bearsden venue in line for award award

A rejuvenated landmark building in Bearsden is in the running for a prestigious UK-wide honour.

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MSP hits out as housing emergency payments rocket in East Dunbartonshire

MSP hits out as housing emergency payments rocket in East Dunbartonshire

Emergency housing payments to council tenants in East Dunbartonshire have rocketed over the past year.

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‘What went wrong with Bishopbriggs Relief Road project?’

‘What went wrong with Bishopbriggs Relief Road project?’

Lessons must be learned 
over the debacle of the 
Bishopbriggs Relief Road – as a date is finally given for its opening.

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Worker dies in tragic fall at Bearsden train station

Worker dies in tragic fall at Bearsden train station

A worker has died in a horror accident at Bearsden train station after falling from a ladder.

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A man has been arrested.

Man charged with death of Bishopbriggs man in Fort William

A man has been charged in connection with the death of a Bishopbriggs man found seriously injured near a Highland hotel three weeks ago.

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Milngavie Week builds on a £2,000 financial boost for this year’s festivities from developers

The organisers of Milngavie Week have received a welcome financial boost for this year’s festivities.

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Muesli is a no-no for your pet rabbit

Muesli is a no-no for your pet rabbit

The local branch of Pets at Home is supporting Rabbit Awareness Week (June 2 to 10) by continuing its ban on selling rabbit muesli for the fifth year running.

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Date finally given for opening of new Bishopbriggs Relief Road

Date finally given for opening of new Bishopbriggs Relief Road

A date for the opening of Phase 4 of Bishopbriggs Relief Road has just been revealed.

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On the run to rebuild quake-hit schools

On the run to rebuild quake-hit schools

Pupils in Bearsden have joined in a fundraising effort to raise £7,000 to help rebuild a school in a South Asian country devastated by an earthquake.

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