Cumbernauld News

Hidden epidemic of veteran suicides: SAS soldier’s story

Health
Lewis Kelly

Mum urges missing 14-year-old to come home

Crime
Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill MP Hugh Gaffney

MP quizzes Minister about the merger of 
supermarket giants

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Staff are ready to get their Boots muddy

Health

Ex-soldier taking the wheel for comrades

Health

Tougher action is needed for people who attack paramedics

Crime
Scottish mum Rose Gentle, whose son Gordon died in Iraq in 2004, is backing the Johnston Press campaign calling on Scottish and Westminster Governments to shed light on veteran suicide figures.''Pic: Robert Perry.

Hidden epidemic of veteran suicides: a mother’s story

Health
Michelle Campbell and daughter Elliot flanked by Together Energy's David Gutherie and Graham Mathie and Radio Clyde presenters Cassie and George Bowie

School teacher wins a year’s supply of gas and electricity

Environment
Cumbernauld's Tryst '77 men returned from Merseyside with some silverware after winning the Plate competition at the Liverpool International Handball Tournament.

Tryst ’77 Men are handed success on a Plate

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Clyde boss Danny Lennon

Betfred break lets Clyde boss Lennon assess squad progress

Football
Brendan Steele.

Live coverage from the Open Championship at Carnoustie

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Corey Pearson is back at Kilsyth Rangers on a permanent basis

Trophy in the cabinet already for Kilsyth Rangers

Football

QoS 3 Clyde 0: Dobbie treble sinks Bully Wee

Football

Clyde lose on penalties after last gasp McNiff goal

Football

Juniors shaping up for another campaign

Football

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

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The Tunnock's Caramel Wafer that Graeme Wells made out of Lego. Pic: SWNS

Cumbernauld dad builds a 3ft-long Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer using Lego

Whats on
East 17 with (l-r) ACH's Zoe, Amy, Hayley, Amber and Charley.

East 17 request dancers join them on stage at Scotfest

Whats on
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
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