LICENCED TRADE BUSINESS FIGHTS TO SAVE JOBS

Happier times for Cara and Milan Nikolic, award-winning Helensburgh restaurateurs. By Democrat reporter A popular Helensburgh bar has closed after having its late licence restricted – ahead of an appeal. The Logie Baird’s owners took the decision after Argyll and Bute’s licensing board cut back the pub’s weekend late licence to 1am and imposed a … More LICENCED TRADE BUSINESS FIGHTS TO SAVE JOBS

PLATE SMASHING AT BORIS’S LONDON FLAT

Police called to loud altercation at Boris Johnson’s home From The Guardian by Jim Waterson Police were called to the home of Boris Johnson, above,  and his partner, Carrie Symonds, in the early hours of Friday morning after neighbours heard a loud altercation involving screaming, shouting and banging. The argument could be heard outside the property … More PLATE SMASHING AT BORIS’S LONDON FLAT

NEW HOPE EMERGES FOR ST MARTIN’S IN RENTON

New hope – parents and others who protested about the proposal to close St Martin’s. Pictures by Bill Heaney By Bill Heaney New hope began to emerge this week that St Martin’s Primary School in Renton, which SNP-controlled West Dunbartonshire Council planned to axe with the blessing of the Catholic Church in Glasgow, will be … More NEW HOPE EMERGES FOR ST MARTIN’S IN RENTON

EIGHT MEN AMONGST DOMESTIC ABUSE VICTIMS

Council domestic abuse policy is making real difference to victims West Dunbartonshire’s No Home for Domestic Abuse team. By Democrat reporter A zero tolerance domestic abuse policy introduced by West Dunbartonshire Council has made a difference to the lives of 130 victims in its first year. No Home for Domestic Abuse introduced a range of … More EIGHT MEN AMONGST DOMESTIC ABUSE VICTIMS