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Uddingston comic’s brush with superstar Will

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Police confirm - Saturday is ‘not all right for fighting’

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Railway employees demand action over “surge” in violence

Crime 2

Animal magic comes to town

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Drivers who dodged fines are hammered with hefty bills

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Sir Elton’s all set for a wonderful crazy Lanarkshire night

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Stunning victory for heroic Bellshill Six fundraisers

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July strike for Coatbridge RMT workers

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Airdrie and Shotts MP Neil Gray

MP gets front bench role at Westminster

Politics
Court heard friends argued after birthday drinking session

Birthday pensioner stabbed his friend

Crime

Opening date confirmed for Queensferry Crossing

Transport 5
Coastguard helicopters and Portpatrick Lifeboat, pictured above at an event last year, were both involved in the search.

Police name men killed in speedboat tragedy

Transport

Four weekends of disruption on Lanarkshire trains

Transport 4

New technology proved tipper driver wasn’t at fault for head-on collision

Transport
The level crossing will be closed on Saturday night

Level crossing closed as Motherwell station gets new signalling installed

Transport

Railway employees demand action over “surge” in violence

Crime 2
Court heard friends argued after birthday drinking session

Birthday pensioner stabbed his friend

Crime
Hamilton Sheriff Court

Sentence hitch for sex shame takeaway boss

Crime
Rosary beads were stolen (library picture)

Grotto centre intruder stole rosary beads

Crime

Anger after pupils’ fire claims rejected

Education
P7 supplement ... out June 21

Special supplement to celebrate final days at primary school

Education
Teacher Mark Dorris and pupils Erin Lang, Leigh Penman, Natalia Horyn and Lucy McDermot

Pupils playing name game for charity

Education
Bishop John Keenan receives the prayers/messages from Our Lady and St Francis Primary

Youngsters show they are one with persecuted Christians

Education
Motherwell and Wishaw MP Marion Fellows welcomes St Aidan's High pupils to Westminster

St Aidan’s pupils join MP on her first day back in Parliament

Education
Ravenscraig closed in 1992

Marking 25 years since closure of the ’Craig

Business
Omorphia Taverna specialises in Greek food

Taverna shortlisted for national awards

Business
Ian Devlin will provide help with computers and other gadgets

Don’t let new gadgets scare you says Ian

Business

MP gets front bench role at Westminster

Politics
North Lanarkshire provost Jean Jones is joined by representaives from many different branches of the military

Provost thanks Armed Forces for their service

Politics
Changes to bin collections will be introduced in the autumn

Call for public consultation over bin collections blocked

Politics 6
Brown bins will now be used for garden and food waste

North Lanarkshire Council has approved changes to bin collections

Politics 18
More houses are planned for Ravenscraig

Applications for housing on shelved Ravenscraig school site

Politics
Paul Osborne (30), a project engineer from William Grant & Sons in Bellshill, was first across the line in the 2017 Cateran Yomp

Distillery workers brave the elements for soldier’s charity

Environment

Calls to charity show emotional abuse soaring

Health

Adults under 25 “twice as likely” to suffer from hay fever as over 55s

Health
Jim Elliot took part in MND Scotlands annual Fun Run at Strathclyde Park last month; his son Kevin pushed him in his wheelchair. Several members of his family took part and were called Callies Crew after the cartoon Calimero. The cartoon used to don the hats of Jim and his co-workers hats in the steel industry and his family soon nicknamed him Callie. The team have raised almost �2,000 for MND Scotland so far and are doing other things to fundraise for MND Scotland including a Tough Mudder, Rough Runner and a Halloween disco.

Bellshill man shares his story of living with Motor Neurone Disease

Health

Don’t ignore that breast screening date

Health
Wishaw General Hospital

Hospital must do better with patient files

Health