Police Scotland are warning the public to be vigilant following a number of incidents where counterfeit banknotes have been used as payment for goods purchased throughout West Dunbartonshire, in particular, Dumbarton High Street, Alexandria and Balloch
Day: January 22, 2020
FIRST SNOWDROPS OF THE YEAR AT LEVENGROVE
Marion Fox: Blinking shame….the plants and the animals are a bit confused this year…they think it’s spring! Saw some horses as you go into Cardross
ALEX SALMOND TRIAL DATE FIXED FOR MARCH
The charges are set out in an indictment which includes the specific details of the allegations against the 64-year-old former SNP leader. The attempted rape is said to have happened in June 2014 at the first minister’s official Bute House residence in Edinburgh. He is alleged to have pinned a woman against a wall and to have removed her clothes and his own, before pushing her onto a bed and lying naked on top of her.
£110 MILLION REQUIRED TO FINISH FERRY JOB
The number of £110m [the extra money needed to finish the project] has been arrived at from a very detailed examination of the two vessels and an understanding of the work that needs to be done in order to bring them up to a viable standard.
PROVIDING HEALTHY MEALS IN ARGYLL AND BUTE
Young people need to be given choices in all aspects of life and food is no exception. Veganism has grown in popularity over the last few years, so it is wonderful to hear that the catering staff at Lochgilphead Joint Campus are giving pupils the opportunity to explore it.
POLICE SEEK INFO ABOUT STEWART STREET ASSAULT
Police and the QE University Hospital. By Democrat reporter Police in Clydebank are appealing for information following an assault in the Dalmuir area. The incident