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Kilsyth arrests after anti-social behaviour

Crime
Inspector Alistair Anderson, Police Scotland youth volunteers Alanna Ferguson and Alanah Prentice, and Scotmids Ian Lovie

Campaign proves an effective deterrent

Crime

Paperwork warning as Kilsyth driver is arrested

Crime

Safety suited thieves plunder martial arts studio

Crime

Events to celebrate the life of Elsie

News

Research: women in relationships get the wardrobe...

News

Scots new music talent to perform at 2017 Solheim Cup

News

Scottish baby and children’s unit closures highlighted

News

Scottish EDGE launches creative award

News

Record high in Scottish employment

News

Four Sundays of disruption for rail passengers using Argyle line

Transport
Call for more action to tackle air pollution, despite Government ban on the sale of diesel and petrol cars.

More action needed on air pollution

Transport
At 90 per cent, Scotrails passenger satisfaction is back to its normal high levels, according to a new poll.

Rail passengers give Scotrail the thumbs up

Transport
From left: John Fairweather, regional resilience advisor, Karen Macaulay, national emergency preparedness communications and liaison manager (both Scottish Ambulance Service), Mark Ilderton, head of ScotRail Alliance Integrated Control.

Early interventions help unwell customers and cut delays

Transport

More misery for train passengers this morning

Transport

Kilsyth arrests after anti-social behaviour

Crime
Inspector Alistair Anderson, Police Scotland youth volunteers Alanna Ferguson and Alanah Prentice, and Scotmids Ian Lovie

Campaign proves an effective deterrent

Crime

Paperwork warning as Kilsyth driver is arrested

Crime

Safety suited thieves plunder martial arts studio

Crime

New minister welcomed to Cumbernauld Village

Education
John Swinney speaks with career adviser Nicole Grant during his visit to the SDS centre.

Helpline goes live for exam results advice

Education

Westerwood Hotel spa bags industry award

Business
All factory staff will soon benefit from the Living Wage.

Poppy factory becomes Living Wage employer

Business
04-08-2017. Picture Michael Gillen. BANTON. Villagers meeting postman Donald Provan on his last day in the job he's held since 1973. Residents with "thank you Donald" sign waiting for Donald to arrive.

Donald retires having been Banton and Queenzieburn’s postman since 1973

Business
Scott Burton is now working at Key Signs in Bellshill

‘Prospects’ of getting a job are improving

Business

Depute leader describes special council meeting as ‘pointless’

Politics
Council leader Jim Logue

Special meeting will call for council leader to step aside

Politics
North Lanarkshire Council chief executive Paul Jukes

SNP’s anger over chief executive’s refusal to release audit report

Politics
SNP Group business manager Councillor Allan Stubbs

SNP calls for council leader to step aside while police investigate

Politics
Councillor Jim Logue

Council leader reported to police over North Lanarkshire Leisure ‘subsidiaries’

Politics

Help not wanted from Carbuncle crew in Cumbernauld

Environment

Arrival of travellers sparks site visit in Cumbernauld

Environment

Support for Angela’s mental health campaign

News

NHS colleagues bag Ben Nevis

Health
Project Gambias Frank Devine, second left, and Paul Lafferty, far right, take delivery of more hearing aids after meeting ear specialist Arun Iyer and his NHS colleagues

NHS support for charity is loud and clear

Health
Ava during and after her fundraising haircut

Broadwood’s Ava, 7, donates almost £1,000 to Little Princess Trust

Health
Suicides in Scotland have seen a rise for the first time in six years.

Sharp rise in Scotland’s suicide rate

Health