West Dunbartonshire, Argyll and Glasgow’s health board has been placed in “special measures” following the deaths of two children at the city’s largest hospital. Health Secretary Jeane Freeman said NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde would be escalated to stage four of the NHS Board Performance Escalation Framework. This means an oversight board will be put in place, chaired by chief nursing officer Prof Fiona McQueen. Ms Freeman said there were issues over infection prevention and control. Critics are now likely to step up pressure on the SNP government to impose a similar regime at West Dunbartonshire Council which is widely viewed as a basket case public authority which has been blighted by scandal and policy U-turns over the past two years.
The Cutty Sark celebrates the 150th anniversary of its Dumbarton launch It’s the 150th anniversary of the launch of Cutty Sark, the iconic tea clipper
Special running time 209 minutes. Riveting
Truck driver Frank Sheeran gets involved with Russell Bufalino and his Pennsylvania crime family. As he climbs the criminal ranks, he also become a top hit man and goes to work with teamster union boss Jimmy Hoffa.