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

ALERT FOR WOMEN CON ARTISTS IN HELENSBURGH

By Bill Heaney Police in West Dunbartonshire and Helensburgh are appealing for information after two women tried to enter three different properties in separate incidents in Clydebank and Helensburgh. Around 2 pm on Thursday 22 August 2019 a 73 year-old woman was within her home on Marmion Avenue, Helensburgh, when a women entered and spoke … More ALERT FOR WOMEN CON ARTISTS IN HELENSBURGH

Council initiative to help reduce impact of aircraft noise

By Moira Rodger West Dunbartonshire Council will conduct a series of tests on homes in Clydebank in a bid to reduce the impact of aircraft noise. The noise mitigation trial initiative, which is being run in partnership with Glasgow Airport, will focus on 12 households in the Whitecrook area, and aims to identify the best … More Council initiative to help reduce impact of aircraft noise

TOP MARKS FOR SPECIAL HEALTH SERVICES

Stobhill Health Campus deals with patients with eating disorders. By Lyall Allen, health correspondent A hospital ward which cares for West Dunbartonshire and Helensburgh and Lomond patients suffering from anorexia nervosa has been praised by mental health inspectors Inspectors the Mental Welfare Commission visited Armadale Ward on the Stobhill Campus at the end of May … More TOP MARKS FOR SPECIAL HEALTH SERVICES

Barbara Dickson to headline BBC Proms in the Park in Glasgow

The fabulous Barbara Dickson, headlining the BBC Proms in Glasgow in September. By Lizzie Healey Multi-million selling recording artist and Scottish music legend, Barbara Dickson, OBE, will headline this year’s BBC Proms in the Park at Glasgow Green. Presented by Jamie MacDougall, the event will feature Barbara Dickson and other artists and guests who will join … More Barbara Dickson to headline BBC Proms in the Park in Glasgow

Cabinet Secretary impressed by Council’s Rural Growth Deal plans

Michael Matheson and Helensburgh councillor Aileen Morton. By Aileen MacLennan Council leader Councillor Aileen Morton met with Scottish Government Minister Michael Matheson MSP to discuss Argyll and Bute’s drive for a Rural Growth Deal. The meeting took place at Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre, where Argyll and Bute Council Chief Executive Cleland Sneddon and Executive … More Cabinet Secretary impressed by Council’s Rural Growth Deal plans