Cumbernauld News

Council gives its backing to TUC charter

Business
Hugh Gaffney MP

DWP have ‘fingers in ears’

Politics
North Lanarkshire Council leader  Jim Logue

NL Council leader wants answers on fracking contract

Business
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WASPI women gathering for annual rally

Business

Still time to have your say on sheltered housing consultation

Politics

Celtic stars involved in Cumbernauld crash

Crime
An image of the damage to the flat's ceiling published on the Auction Scotland listing

Three-bedroom flat sells for just £12,000

Business
Jamie Hepburn MSP.

Cumbernauld and Kilsyth MSP new role in cabinet reshuffle

Politics
David Goodwillie was Clyde's matchwinner

Clyde lose on penalties after last gasp McNiff goal

Football
David Waters (right) has left Kilsyth Rangers to join Kirkintilloch Rob Roy

Juniors shaping up for another campaign

Football
Brodie Sneddon enjoyed her photoshoot at the Thistles Shopping Centre. Pic: Julie Howden

Ice-skater aims to Shine on her way to the top

More Sport
Martin Shiels fires home Cumbernauld's equaliser against Pollok (pic by Eoin Sinclair).

Cumbernauld push Pollok all the way in League Cup final

Football

What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

Football

Ogilvie out to take further step along Scottish title road

More Sport

Chris stays put as Lennon continues a busy summer

Football

World Cup 2018: David Weatherston’s preview

Football
This year's Carbrain gala queen Chloe Charmers (centre) flanked by Bonnie Kelly (left) and Emma Burnside who will join her in the royal party

Fundraising appeal to help pay for gala

Whats on
Eric and the Bunny Boilers are making their return to the music scene at The Flying Duck, on Thursday, June 14, when they will be launching their new album and music video.                                   (Photos courtesy of Geo Wright, Wright Media; and John McEarchran, Frame on Photography)

Eric and the Bunny Boilers return to Scottish music scene

Music
The M8 motorway

Scotland’s most dangerous motorways revealed

Lifestyle

Tenants share horror stories from time renting in Scotland

Lifestyle
Alice Wyllie and Katie McAllister, from National Museums Scotland, listen in to the soundtrack of Scotland at the opening of Rip It Up (Photo Neil Hanna).

Rip It Up and delve into the story of Scottish pop at National Museum of Scotland

Lifestyle