Leisure body criticised over offices move
Under-fire North Lanarkshire Leisure is spending council tax money on renting offices while bosses wait to move into new headquarters.
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Mon Apr 21, 2014
Scotrail investing at train stations
Motherwell and Cleland stations are among those to benefit as ScotRail spends 160,000 of Scottish Government funds in upgrading facilities at eight stations across North Lanarkshire.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Council attacked for banning dog clubs from its premises
A BAN on dog shows and training classes on council premises has been included in an official list of health and safety blunders.
Pollution said to cause deaths
But detailed air quality indicators show one of the area's previous black spots - the quarry works at Croy - has improved dramatically since their closure in 2011.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Parents urged to view joint campus
Parents and pupils from Our Lady's, Taylor and Bothwellpark Highs are being invited to visit a joint school and community campus in Coatbridge.
Great Young Scots are pride of NL
NL Youth Legacy Ambassadors with TV presenters Colin and Justin and Made in Chelsea star Ashley James, who attended the ceremony.
Motherwell residents evacuated following gas leak
MORE than a dozen Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, residents have been evacuated after reports of a gas leak in the area.
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Coatbridge shooting in pictures: Rail commuters could hold vital...
RYAN CHALMERS, who was shot in both legs behind a pub on Tuesday, walked free from court two years ago after admitting stabbing Christopher Bergin to death but claiming he acted in self-defence.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Man, 21, shot in legs in targeted park attack
Police are hunting for the gunman who shot at the 21-year-old in a park area in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, last night.
Pensioner power in effect
Residents of Clay Crescent, Moray Quadrant and West End Drive in Bellshill, Kew Gardens in Tannochside, Central Park in New Stevenston protest outside Bellshill First Stop Shop The residents of Clay Crescent, Moray Quadrant and West End Drive in Bellshill, Kew Gardens in Tannochside and Central Park in New Stevenston are up in arms about North ... (more)
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Golden Wedding couples invited to join council's celebrations
EVERY couple in Lanarkshire celebrating their Golden Wedding this year is being invited along to the county's annual celebrations.
Pooch Dixie sniffs out 40k haul of illicit tobacco and DVDs
A POOCH with a nose for crime-busting helped sniff out a 40,000 haul of illicit tobacco and DVDs.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Young musicians stage a spring spectacular
Cumbernauld and Kilsyth youngsters joined hundreds of other pupils from across North Lanarkshire for a showstopping spring concert in Glasgow.
Kilsyth kids enjoy the sweet taste of success
There isn't much these pupils at Kilsyth's Balmalloch Primary don't know about healthy food, after impressing an expert panel in a schools contest.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
City's filthy streets kill 300 a year
The first public health report of its kind has revealed nearly 10 times more people die from exposure to toxic air than obesity or road accidents.
Midlothian pupils get fired up
Picture Michael Gillen. KILSYTH. Kilsyth Library. Medal ceremony for Creepy House reading challenge.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Needless claim under fire
A report claiming Cumbernauld has seen a drastic 150 per cent increase in the number of drug users' needles found on local streets has been rubbished by the council.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
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Fire services continue to grow youth project
Cross-border working between the Northumberland and Scottish fire and rescue services produced a day of international football fun for local youngsters.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Villagers put fun into their Tesco battle
Jim Walker, Katie McLean, James Trench, Paddy McAtee and Colin Egan are among those protesting at plans to build a Tesco Express in Condorrat Picture: Mark Mainz Posters have been placed around public artworks in Condorrat, near Cumbernauld, by residents opposed to a proposed Tesco Express store.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Murray shifts focus to private interests
SIR David Murray's business empire has shifted further towards his private interests with the sale of Murray Estates to the family-owned Murray Capital as part of a 13.9 million deal.