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Warning over Netflix scam

Netflix users are being urged to watch out for online scammers who are targeting users’ login and bank account details.

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Heroin and Cocaine seized in Kilsyth

Heroin and Cocaine seized in Kilsyth

The discovery of heroin in tablet form at an address in Kilsyth has led to the arrest of a 26-year-old man following a police raid.

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Scotland's Traffic Commisioner Joan Aitken.

Lifetime ban for Kilsyth haulier deemed “blight on the industry” by Scotland’s Traffic Commissioner

A haulier from Kilsyth has been banned from the industry for life by the Traffic Commissioner.

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Balmalloch Primary

Parking at Cumbernauld and Kilsyth schools slammed

Cumbernauld and Kilsyth’s most senior policeman has criticised the conduct of road hog parents on the school run, as the new term starts.

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Code of practice for police ‘stop and search’ powers.

Code of practice for police ‘stop and search’ powers.

The principles determining when police can use “stop and search” powers have been set out in a code of practice.

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Sword shock in Cumbernauld

Police in Cumbernauld were called out on Thursday amidst public safety fears regarding a man with a weapon.

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Kilsyth charity box taken

Kilsyth charity box taken

A heartless thief has robbed a Kilsyth business of its charity box over the festive season.

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Assault on woman at Cumbernauld social club

Assault on woman at Cumbernauld social club

Police are searching for a man who assaulted a woman who was enjoying a night out at the Burroughs Social Club in Carbrain.

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Race hate on agenda at key Cumbernauld meeting

Race hate on agenda at key Cumbernauld meeting

An organisation which brings more than 20 groups together will address fears about racism after vandalism at Cumbernauld Mosque last month.

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The number caught drink driving is rising.

Drink driving rise ‘a disgrace’ says top cop

The number of drink drivers caught by police over the festive season is up, despite the usual high profile police warnings.

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Police have arrested two men in connection with the recent spate of Post Office robberies

Police investigate scooter thrown at train

Police are investigating after a child’s scooter was thrown at a train in North Lanarkshire, causing widespread disruption to the rail network.

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Keys and car stolen in Cumbernauld

Keys and car stolen in Cumbernauld

Another car has been stolen after a thief managed to retrieve keys from the home of its owner in Cumbernauld

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Condorrat arrest after disturbance

Condorrat arrest after disturbance

A quiet Condorrat street was the scene of a highly charged incident which sawa a 31-year-old man arrested in the early hours of the morning.

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Another Cumbernauld van theft

Another Cumbernauld van theft

Police have confirmed that yet another white Transit van has been stolen over the Christmas period in Cumbernauld.

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Kilsyth woman lashed out

Kilsyth woman lashed out

Police have arrested a 30-year-old woman in Kilsyth in regard to two separate incidents yesterday (Wednesday)

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Crackdown over Mosque race hatred

Crackdown over Mosque race hatred

An absolute refusal to tolerate racism in the wake of the vandalism at Cumbernauld Mosque has united politicians at North Lanarkshire Council.

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Police punched in Kilsyth

Police punched in Kilsyth

Police have alleged that two of their number were punched in the line of their duties while visiting a house in Kilsyth today (Wednesday)

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Police Scotland

Hunt for Cumbernauld driver

Police are trying to trace a driver whose carelessness saw him strike a 55-year-old woman on a zebra crossing in Tryst Road on Friday.

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Banned driver arrested in Cumbernauld

Banned driver arrested in Cumbernauld

A 59-year-old motorist who had been disqualified from driving was arrested after police found him behind the wheel in Cumbernauld.

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Paul Booth still missing after two months

Paul Booth still missing after two months

A Cumbernauld man at the heart of a missing persons enquiry will have been missing for exactly two months on Christmas Day.

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