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  1. Paul James Corrigan talks about his new role in ButterflyRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Evening Times

    WHAT sort of emotions do you call up when you're playing a character alone at miserable at the top of a giant water tower? How can you reveal a tragic sense of despair that comes with the trauma of job loss - and discovering the female you've been having sex with is pregnant? That's the task facing Paul James Corrigan this week when he appears alongside his River City co-star Frank Gallagher in new play, Butterfly. Set in March 1987 and written by first-time playwright Anne Hogg, the backdrop is the closure of the Caterpillar factory in Uddingston.

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  2. Man wanted for 1999 Scottish murder faces extradition from AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    James McGowan, 56, has been arrested in Adelaide more than 15 years after the fatal stabbing of his former brother-in-law Owen Brannigan in Coatbridge. Mr McGowan, is now understood to have agreed to be handed over to UK authorities, according to reports in Australia.

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  3. Sports Hotline: You can't blame Raith Rovers for Rangers ticket rowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | The Daily Record

    GAVIN BERRY takes your calls on the latest spat over briefs, the Ibrox boardroom battle, Charles Green, Leigh Griffiths and Hamilton Accies. They've had their battles on the park but the ticket row has sparked an off-field war between Raith and Rangers RAITH ROVERS clearly don't think the Rangers board are taking the club in the right direction - despite what Charles Green said from his hospital bed.

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  4. Rugby: Waysiders/Drumpellier head coach calls for summer seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | The Daily Record

    THE Langloan outfit have had their opening two BT West Division Two matches this year called off - and not played since December 13. But head coach Collin feels now is the right time for the SRU to look at the benefits of playing in the better weather. "We had a full squad available for the Cumbernauld match earlier this month and we pulled out all the stops in a bid to get the game played but the weather was against us.

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  5. Edward Reid: New selfie stick means I can get a photo of me in Mexico with a dolphinRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | The Daily Record

    OK, hear me out. It was the must have gadget for tourists last year when I was in America and I admit I thought it looked absolutely ridiculous.

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  6. Boost for Airdrie with number of businesses operating highest in North LanarkshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | The Daily Record

    A TOTAL of 287 companies were operating in Airdrie town centre during the period from July to September last year, according to TCA Ltd. A total of 287 companies were operating in Airdrie town centre during the period from July to September last year. The statistics, produced by TCA Ltd, also revealed that there were 255 in Wishaw, 254 in Motherwell, 182 in Coatbridge and 169 in Cumbernauld.

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  7. The art of schoolworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Evening Times

    Their colourful work is the outcome of this year's Creative Residency programme, which provides S4 and S5 pupils from across the area with a week-long learning programme at Kilbowie, near Oban, under the guidance of specialist tutors. Original paintings, drawings, films, digital photography, textiles, jewellery, fashion, creative writing and music all feature in their Creative Residency exhibition, which is now in its eleventh year and are being shown at Summerlee Museum in Coatbridge.

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  8. Hundreds of ASDA workers in Lanarkshire could take action in new equal pay rowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | The Daily Record

    Hundreds of ASDA workers in Lanarkshire could take legal action against the supermarket giants in a new equal pay claim, the Wishaw Press can reveal. And they would be following colleagues down south where 1000 staff or former employees have lodged tribunal claims against the firm.

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  9. SNP still on track to wipeout Labour and Conservatives in MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | The Spectator

    David Cameron is visiting Scotland today to set out his blueprint for Scottish home rule. Might he expect to see a lapse in the nationalist sentiment during his first visit since the referendum? No, according to a new poll from STV .

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  10. In pictures: St Ambrose High School pupils produce stunning artwork for Coatbridge museumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Daily Record

    YOUNGSTERS joined forces with pupls from Chryston High and a number of other schools to contribute pieces such as paintings and drawings. Youngsters from St Ambrose High joined forces with pupils from Chryston High and a number of other schools to contribute pieces such as original paintings, drawings and creative writing to the Creative Residency exhibition at the Summerlee Heritage Museum.

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  11. Scottish Labour 'facing general election disaster'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy would be among those losing his seat according to the new poll.

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  12. Airdrie Sheriff Court casebook: Wednesday, January 21, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Daily Record

    Christine McDougall seized a woman by the arm and tried to throw the contents of a cup over a man at the hospital's A&E ward on October 30, 2013. The 63-year-old was also charged with threatening behaviour and repeatedly shouting and swearing at the same ward during a separate incident a couple of months later, on December 20. She admitted all three charges on November 20 last year and sentence was deferred to allow for background social work reports.

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  13. Insane Championship Wrestling: Coatbridge character gets to grips with TV starsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | The Daily Record

    CHRIS Toal, from Coatdyke, will star in Insane Fight Club II - This Time it's Personal, which starts tonight on BBC 1 Scotland at 10.35pm. IT'S no holds barred for one Monklands man who is set to lay the Smackdown on TV screens across the nation tonight.

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  14. Man sought over bookmakers robberyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Newsday

    Police are attempting to trace a man who robbed a William Hill bookmakers in North Lanarkshire after threatening a member of staff with a weapon. The man escaped with a three-figure sum of cash after raiding the shop in East Muiryhall Street, Coatbridge, at about 21:20 on Tuesday.

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  15. Chapelhall street named as one of the most polluted in ScotlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | The Daily Record

    RESEARCH carried out by Friends of the Earth Scotland found that Main Street in the village recorded the seventh-highest levels of particulate matter last year. Research carried out by Friends of the Earth Scotland found that Main Street in Chapelhall recorded the seventh-highest levels of particulate matter in Scotland last year.

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  16. Budding chefs from Coatbridge school cook up a storm on training courseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | The Daily Record

    TWO budding chefs from a Coatbridge school got to cook up a storm as part of council-funded training course. George Stokesley and Michael Comerford, senior pupils at Buchanan High, visited hotels, honed their skills at kitchens across the country - including Monklands Hospital and Hampden Park - and attended Tennent's Training Academy, where they worked with top chef Michael Kilkie.

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  17. Selden launch new range of concentrated chemicals, the V-Mix rangeRead the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | PR Log

    PRLog - Jan. 19, 2015 - COATBRIDGE, U.K. -- Selden Research, the UK's largest manufacturer of chemicals for industrial cleaning have launched a new range of super concentrated chemicals called the V-Mix range. The innovative range of 1 litre chemicals works out more cost effective that standard chemicals and are used with a unique dispensing dosing system that controls the amount used so that the end user using less chemicals in the long run.

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  18. Edward Reid: I'd love to get a dog but I don't want to end my duvet days just yetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | The Daily Record

    I've just unpacked my suitcase after a fantastic mini-cruise on the Queen Victoria and have put my washing machine through its paces so I can get packed again for a trip to Mexico. Just as well I am not pretending to hit the gym three times a week as I really have had no time.

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  19. Airdrie amateur boxing referee joins exclusive Scottish club after exam successRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | The Daily Record

    GEORGE Brown achieved International Boxing Association three-star status after an intensive week's assessment in the Italian city of Assisi. A CHAPELHALL amateur boxing referee has told how he had to be near-perfect to take his career to the next level.

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  20. Airdrieonians star Scott Fraser plans top-four finish before Dundee United returnRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | The Daily Record

    TEENAGER Fraser has scored four goals since joining the Diamonds and will remain with the League One club until the end of the season. Boss Gary Bollan was desperate to retain his services for the second half of the campaign with Airdrie looking to gatecrash the top four.

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