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Resident shaken after vandals hit

POLICE have appealed for information following criminal damage to a door of a Barrhead flat.

4 Apr 2014 09:00

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Deliberate blazes putting lives at risk

2 Apr 2014 11:00

YOU’RE putting lives at risk–Barrhead’s fire chiefs have delivered this damning message to firebugs.

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Police op hits rogue traders

2 Apr 2014 09:00

POLICE in Barrhead are set to participate in a nationwide initiative, cracking down on rogue traders.

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Big pedal event at Cross Arthurlie primary

27 Mar 2014 17:00

More than 200 bikes and scooters were parked up in the playground of Cross Arthurlie primary School last week when the pupils cycled or scooted to school for The Big pedal event.

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Warning over power bill swindle

27 Mar 2014 13:00

A POWER bill scam flagged by trading standards is continuing to plague the area.

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Neilston handed potential cup tie with Clydebank

20 Apr 2014 08:30

CUP drama returns to Neilston following the draw for the next round of the Central League Cup.

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Whiteford praises Neilston attitude

18 Apr 2014 08:30

NEILSTON boss Andy Whiteford praised his side’s fighting spirit after the Farmers’ Boys produced a dogged display to overcome Maryhill.

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Arthurlie roar back into form

18 Apr 2014 08:30

Arthurlie manager Gavin Duncan is delighted with the determination shown by his players which has earned the side six points in their last two league matches.

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Cumnock 0-3 Arthurlie

17 Apr 2014 12:20

ARTHURLIE made it back-to-back Premier League wins with their first victory at Townhead Park in four attempts.

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Cutting fuel costs with a green revolution

Environmental sustainability is a laudable objective for any householder - but on a strictly practical note it’s fuel prices that are driving the green revolution on the domestic front.

28 Feb 2014 09:41 • Gary Farmer

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Your man at the Scottish Parliament Hugh Henry MSP

29 Jan 2014 13:00

Hugh Henry kicks off 2014 by looking ahead to the year, and reflecting on recent changes to public transport and the success of a Neilston charity.

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Oman rewards justify serious planning

26 Nov 2013 09:30

As one of the most thoroughly organised and well-managed of the oil states, Oman’s banking system has evolved in a way designed to suit the needs of an expanding economy still heavily reliant on ex-pats.

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Opinion: Hugh Henry on new schools and rising energy prices

16 Nov 2013 07:00

What a school!

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Getting the best out of Bahrain

With the UK economy still in the doldrums the potentially rich rewards of a contract in the Middle East are as appealing as ever.

19 Feb 2014 09:30 • Gary Farmer

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Over 50s get crafty

29 Jan 2014 10:00

CRAFT enthusiasts at Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire are forming a new arts group aimed at over 50s.

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Church News for January 8

8 Jan 2014 10:00

Find out what is happening in your church this week.

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