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SCIAF 6k helps bring a sense of Dignity to lives

Health
Carole- Ann White from Mossend Primary (left) and Gillian Gallagher from Holy Family Primary with some of the children involved in the programme at Mossend Playpark

Kids win award as partnership fights bigotry

Education
Some of the North Lanarkshire probationers (l-r): Caitlin Marsh (who did her probationer year at St Ignatius PS, Wishaw), Claire Friary (Coatbridge High School, Music), Sara MacCallum (Coatbridge High School, Drama), Lauren McCafferty (Glencairn PS) and Gordon Reid (Mossend PS).

New teachers are ready to start working

Education

Appeal after firearm discharged in Craigneuk

Crime

Decision delayed so that Tim Hortons can revise its plans

Business

Dementia resource centre refurbished

Health

Food Warehouse opens new supermarket in Craigneuk

Business
Councillor Allan Graham

Transport interchange plans put to the public

Transport

Transport interchange plans put to the public

Transport
The motorway project has proven a success if terms of cutting commuter times, but there are still issues local people want addressed. Pic: Chris Watt

MSP requests consultation to address concerns from motorway improvement project

Transport

Woman, 79, dies after being hit by car in Uddingston

Transport
Glasgow Fort

Dunn’s to introduce new route from the Village to the Fort

Transport

Extra seats on trains for fans travelling to big game

Transport

Appeal after firearm discharged in Craigneuk

Crime
Hamilton Sheriff Court

Man sentenced to three years for sending indecent images

Crime
Keith Ross

Motherwell man goes missing as he awaits sentencing

Crime

Young people warned to be savvy about scams

Crime

Kids win award as partnership fights bigotry

Education
Some of the North Lanarkshire probationers (l-r): Caitlin Marsh (who did her probationer year at St Ignatius PS, Wishaw), Claire Friary (Coatbridge High School, Music), Sara MacCallum (Coatbridge High School, Drama), Lauren McCafferty (Glencairn PS) and Gordon Reid (Mossend PS).

New teachers are ready to start working

Education
Ex-Braidhurst High head teacher Derrick Hannan represents The Church fo Scotland on the Education Committee

Church praises council as ‘Club 365’ is launched

Education
Some of the New College Lanarkshire students volunteering at HebCelt

Perfect stage to help students’ careers

Education

Decision delayed so that Tim Hortons can revise its plans

Business
The Food Warehouse in Craigneuk. Pic: Andy Forman

Food Warehouse opens new supermarket in Craigneuk

Business
Motherwell and Wishaw MSP Clare Adamson addresses the SNp Conference in Aberdeen

MSP hits out at Trump’s steel tariffs

Business
Viewcare Project coordinator Debbie Wilson addresses the networking meeting

Church needs more space for community services to grow

Business
The donation of the Rolls Royce was accepted by Glasgow City Council.

Glasgow City Council’s Rolls Royce donated by Boyd Tunnock

Politics
Councillor David Cullen, David Douglas and Veterans Champion David McAllister.

David is recognised for his service

Politics
Andrew Hilland, Labour's new parliamentary candidate.

Labour chooses new parliamentary candidate

Politics
Fox had to be put down after getting caught in netting

Fox put down after it got caught in netting

Environment
Competition winner Jayden Young cuts the ribbon while Annalise Gribbon holds up the sign they designed for the play area

The idea to refurbish ‘Spider Park’ had legs

Environment

SCIAF 6k helps bring a sense of Dignity to lives

Health
The opening celebrations of the Lanarkshire Dementia Resource Centre were led by North Lanarkshire provost Jean Jones, along with Alzheimer Scotland chief executive Henry Simmons, convenor David Clements as well as staff, volunteers and local supporters.

Dementia resource centre refurbished

Health
MRRP clinical lead Dr Jim Ruddy (left) and project director Graeme Reid

Possible site for new hospital

Health
Les Hoey at Morrison's in Bellshill to collect a cheque from Jamesey Laird and Heatherand Deke Johnston

Donation will make dreams come true

Health
Rob Watson-Worlidge, who runs the Bellshill Sacred Heart Parish Hall Slimming World groups, with some of the bags collected as part of the Big Slimming World Clothes Throw

Charity gains from lost pounds

Health