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CAB award for being ‘volunteer friendly’

Business
Signing the Dying to Work charter at North Lanarkshire Council are: (l-r) Unision steward Angela Whisker, STUC assistant general Yvonne Stewart, Unison branch secretary Marie Quigley, Enterprise and Housing convener Councillor Allan Graham and council leader Jim Logue

Council gives its backing to TUC charter

Business
Hugh Gaffney MP

DWP have ‘fingers in ears’

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NL Council leader wants answers on fracking contract

Business

WASPI women gathering for annual rally

Business

Still time to have your say on sheltered housing consultation

Politics

Go Live! in the Park as Euros hit Glasgow

Health
Animalia Apparel founder Tony O'Neil (right) with champion kickboxer Jamie McGowan

New sportswear brand is set to be a roaring success

Business
Daniel Sradzinski

Daniel is inspired to follow biking dream

Health
Shea Gordon (right) put Stenny to the sword on Saturday (Pic by Jamie Forbes)

Stenny defeated 2-0 at home by Partick Thistle in Betfred Cup opener

Football
Midfielder Chris Cadden started for Motherwell at East End Park

21 players got game time in Motherwell's 0-0 stalemate at Dunfermline

Motherwell FC
Chris Latta used a Callaway driver when sealing qualification for final (Submitted pic)

Bothwell's Chris Latta in long drive final after 401 yard blast

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Motherwell FC assistant manager Keith Lasley

Motherwell assistant gaffer Keith Lasley was pleased with Darlington workout

Motherwell FC

Bothwell's Kirsty Gilmour gearing up for badminton world championships after Indonesian Open defeat

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Andy Murray's injury absence has hurt Wimbledon tennis spectacle

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Carl McHugh: I've given up Motherwell captaincy after my performances dipped

Motherwell FC

Open prize pot to be record $10.5 million

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The artwork for the new The Banter Thiefs EP TWO

Band launching new EP after chart success

Music
The M8 motorway

Scotland’s most dangerous motorways revealed

Lifestyle

Tenants share horror stories from time renting in Scotland

Lifestyle
Alice Wyllie and Katie McAllister, from National Museums Scotland, listen in to the soundtrack of Scotland at the opening of Rip It Up (Photo Neil Hanna).

Rip It Up and delve into the story of Scottish pop at National Museum of Scotland

Lifestyle