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Trouserless man arrested in Condorrat

Police have arrested a 43-year-old man in Main Road, Condorrat on Monday after his conduct was deemed a threat to road safety.

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Woman arrested after serious assault in Kilsyth

Woman arrested after serious assault in Kilsyth

A woman has been arrested in Kilsyth’s Adams Place after allegedly committing a serious assault at 7.20am on Sunday.

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Drunk Cumbernauld boy (12) rescued

Drunk Cumbernauld boy (12) rescued

Police have praised two good Samaritans who provided a lifeline for a stricken child who was found lying near Dullatur Roundabout.

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Police Scotland is encouraging the public to speak up and help to tackle hate crime.

Public urged to speak up and report hate crime

The public is being asked to play its part in tackling hate crime in Scotland by speaking up and reporting offences.

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Break-ins and shed torched in Cumbernauld street within hours.

Break-ins and shed torched in Cumbernauld street within hours.

Kildrum’s Ainslie Road fell prey to a spate of break-ins on Thursday and an act of wilful fire raising took place on the same night.

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Balaclava men target Cumbernauld businesses

Balaclava men target Cumbernauld businesses

Balaclava-claid raiders broke into a total of 11 premises in an industrial estate this morning (Friday)

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Man jailed after police found drugs in his car

Man jailed after police found drugs in his car

A man has been jailed for drugs offences committed in the Cumbernauld area.

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Abronhill woman guilty of £35,000 fraud

Abronhill woman guilty of £35,000 fraud

A trusted manager who stole more than £35,000 from her employers used her elderly father’s bank account as part of her scheme, a court heard last week.

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Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East MP speaks out on terror

Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East MP speaks out on terror

An insight into the day that terror came to Westminster has been provided by Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East MP Stuart McDonald who was at the Palace of Westminster at the time of the attack.

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On average, an offence is reported every two hours in Scotland.

Recorded child abuse cases hit an all-time high

The number of child sex offences has risen to an all-time high, with more than 4,000 recorded in Scotland last year - an average of almost 12 every day.

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Overnight break-in on Cumbernauld street

Overnight break-in on Cumbernauld street

A Cumbernauld neighbourhood has been targeted by thieves after a van and a garden shed were broken into overnight

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Police have arrested a man over the rape.

Cumbernauld fire drama

Quick thinking on the part of a senior citizen averted a potential disaster when fire took hold at a hazardous spot on Sunday.

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The Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill aims to tackle those who use coercive and controlling behaviour.

New law to tackle psychological abuse

A new bill to strengthen the laws against psychological domsetic abuse is being considered by the Scottish Parliament.

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Cumbernauld’s £28K drugs haul

Cumbernauld’s £28K drugs haul

Police have confirmed that they have discovered another cannabis farm at an address in Carbrain - after they received a tip-off.

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Car and garage torched in Abronhill

Car and garage torched in Abronhill

An act of wilful fire raising is being investigated after a parked Audi and a garage were set alight in Abronhill’s Rowan Road.

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Condorrat bookmaker robbed

Condorrat bookmaker robbed

A betting shop in Condorrat was broken into on one of the biggest days of the UK racing calendar.

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Parents are being urged to check the age restrictions of any social media sites used by their children.

Parents unaware of social network age restrictions

Half of adults in Scotland are unaware of whether their children are old enough to be using social networks such as Facebook and Snapchat, new figures suggest.

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Fraudsters are now using ‘hold’ tunes to dupe bank customers

Fraudsters are now using ‘hold’ tunes to dupe bank customers

Action Fraud - the UK’s national reporting centre for cybercrime - has warned of a new weapon in the arsenal of online fraudsters.

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New figures suggest many drivers are still flouting the law against using a mobile while driving, despite the stiffer penalty.

More than 200 drivers flout mobiles law in a fortnight

Scores of drivers are still using their mobiles behind the wheel, despite the launch of heavier penalties and high profile police warnings.

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Fraudsters using hold music to convince unsuspecting banking customers

Fraudsters using hold music to convince unsuspecting banking customers

Action Fraud - the UK’s national reporting centre for cybercrime - has warned of a new tool in the arsenal of online fraudsters.

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