RESIDENTS of a Milnsbridge housing complex enjoyed watching TV at Christmas - thanks to the Examiner.
We stepped in to help after a fault with the aerial affected 25 tenants in flats and houses at the North British Housing Association complex in Lockbridge Way.
Mrs Janet Osborne, whose mother, Winifred O'Reilly, lives in one of the flats, said life was very boring without the TV because her mother was disabled and not able to do much.
"Christmas was not going to be fun for them if the TVs were not working properly," she said.
"The reception is poor in Milnsbridge, so they need boosters so they can get a better picture.
"But something went wrong.
"It was reported to North British, which owns the flats, but nothing was done," added Mrs Osborne.
But after the Examiner contacted the housing association, the problem was quickly put right in time for the Christmas Eve.
A spokesman for the association said the fault was reported on December 16 and a contractor was sent to investigate.
He added: "It was a complex piece of equipment and it took a few visits before he identified what the problem was. A new part was ordered and the engineer worked to get the TVs back working for Christmas."