LEISURE PROJECT CHIEF EXEC LOSES THE RAG

Flamingo Land boss blasts MSP who opposes his plans for Balloch Gordon Gibb launched an astonishing personal attack on Scottish Greens’ Ross Greer after his campaign against the proposed development Station Square in Balloch which the developer wants to look like this artist’s impression. By Bill Heaney The Flamingo Land planning application for Balloch has … More LEISURE PROJECT CHIEF EXEC LOSES THE RAG

SNP’s £5m MUSEUM NONSENSE WHILE PEOPLE GO HUNGRY

The SNP group on West Dunbartonshire Council with their facilitator Bailie Denis  Agnew and Labour dyke jumper to SNP, Marie McNair. Bill Heaney’s NOTEBOOK They really are a bunch of roasters if ever you saw one, are they not? The SNP administration on West Dunbartonshire Council would appear to have got the officials they deserve. … More SNP’s £5m MUSEUM NONSENSE WHILE PEOPLE GO HUNGRY

PARENTS CLAIM RENTON IS BEING UNFAIRLY TREATED

Renton parents, Archbishop Tartaglia, Ellen McBride and St Martin’s, which the people of Renton desperately want to save against the wishes of the Church. EXCLUSIVE BY Bill Heaney The people of Renton must be wondering today if West Dunbartonshire Council are being deliberately vindictive when it comes to the way they are dealing with the … More PARENTS CLAIM RENTON IS BEING UNFAIRLY TREATED

Faslane may still have nukes in an independent Scotland

Submarines in the Gareloch heading for the Clyde Naval Base at Faslane. By Trevor Royle in the SUNDAY TIMES The Faslane and Coulport naval base on the Gareloch and Loch Long that played a central role during the Cold War could become a vital asset for Scotland if it gains independence and leaves the UK. … More Faslane may still have nukes in an independent Scotland

Enhancements to town centres approved

  Dumbarton High Street and the Fountain in Alexandria. Pictures by Tom Gardiner and Bill Heaney By Democrat reporter Alexandria, Dumbarton and Clydebank town centres will all see enhancements made thanks to money from the Town Centre Fund. West Dunbartonshire Council was granted a one-off award of £859,000 from the Scottish Government earlier this year … More Enhancements to town centres approved