The Musicals season continues at 1.30pm on Wednesday 18th December in the Concord Centre, Dumbarton, with the screening of LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME (1955) starring Doris Day, James Cagney and Cameron Mitchell. Non members admitted for £3 where seats available to include tea and buns after the film. Sweet Success Café open from 1pm. Then the Classics season continues at 7.30pm on Friday 20th December with the screening of CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT (1945) starring Barbara Stanwyck and Dennis Morgan. Non members admitted for £3 where seats available. Sweet Success Café open from 7pm.
The full general election result where Martin Docherty Hughes came out on top in a night of triumph for Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP. Some pundits called it a landslide victory, but Sky TV’s panel said it was “a bloodbath”. And it was.
Nobody wants to be sitting about in a hospital emergency department for longer than they need to be – especially at Christmas – so the Health Board, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, is launching a campaign to highlight the benefits of visiting one of its Minor Injuries Units instead.
The Health Board is in the fortunate position of having dedicated, nurse-led Minor Injury Units at Stobhill, the New Victoria and Vale of Leven Hospitals, where 100% of patients are usually seen and treated within four hours.
There was a steady stream of voters going to the polling stations, which ranged from schools to churches, casting their votes in West Dunbartonshire. In Helensburgh, which is in the Argyll and Bute constituency, it was particularly busy at the Victoria Hall in Sinclair Street. There were few if any posters on lamp posts in Dumbarton but posters for all parties were in evidence from Cardross through Helensburgh to Rhu for all the parties standing there.
The 2019 general election has been beset by false and misleading claims. Many of these have come through the letterboxes of voters in the form of election leaflets, which bombard the public in the weeks and days leading up to polling day. Ferret Fact Service has rounded up a few of the misleading leaflets which have been sent to voters in Scotland.
Scotland’s newspaper industry is facing death by one thousand cuts. The latest blow is that journalists working for Newsquest titles in Glasgow have voted in favour of strike action over job cuts.