- Bungard hails his 'Holytown Havoc'
MMA star Chris Bungard was thrilled to host hometown show 'Holytown Havoc' - and now he is eyeing his next major fight before the end of this year.
- Starlet Aleshia jumping for joy
Wishaw long jumper Aleshia O'Connor is celebrating after landing a place on the podium at the Scottish National Age Group Championships The 13-year-old, who represents Victoria Park Athletic Club, jumped an impressive 4.76m to take the bronze medal at her age group in Aberdeen on August 28.
- Anniversary of Colts' cup triumph over Celts
Holytown Colts achieved a real'David v Goliath'triumph 40 years ago by toppling much-fancied Celtic Boys'Club to win the 1981 Under-13 Scottish Cup.
- I'll be trying to keep Dec quiet...and off the park too
Motherwell defender Ricki Lamie hopes to silence Aberdeen stopper Declan Gallagher when the exskipper makes his Fir Park return on Saturday.
- Tierney's landmark
Arsenal ace Kieran Tierney won his 25th cap for Scotland in Saturday's 1-0 World Cup qualifying win over Moldova.
- Memory Lane
EIGHT YEARS AGO A kind-hearted young beauty queen celebrated after she was crowned runner-up in a prestigious pageant.
- Brand new app is here to stay
An exciting new app, bringing you daily news updates from across the region by Lanarkshire's five top newspapers, has officially launched.
- Quick response plan is explored
Health and social care services in Wishaw are exploring better ways of working to ensure people receive a quick and effective response the first time.
- District news
Houldsworth Bowling Club On Saturday, September 11,there will be dancing to the sound of Me and Mr Jones who are new to the club, plus bingo and treasure chest. All welcome.
- Covid rise sees visitor numbers restricted
NHS Lanarkshire has announced further visiting restrictions as Covid cases continue to rise.
- I can't control what it will do to me but I can control what I do just now ... and I still have time to do a lot of mischief
When palliative care nurse Gillian McNab learned that she'd lost the 50/50 flip of a coin and Huntington's disease was to be her destiny, she and her loved ones cracked open a bottle of champagne and toasted all the reasons she had for living....
- Hard road to a new start
When young mum Vikki Ridler was informed at the age of 28 that she'd need to undergo a hysterectomy to free her of the cancer growing on her cervix, she began planning her funeral in her head....
- Chef's new restaurant looks like it has star appeal
Multi award-winning chef Graeme Cheevers isn't one to tap-dance around his great expectations of the first restaurant to bear his name....
- 'I could never be more in love with somebody than this wee boy'
Mum Donna Quinn shares a remarkable bond with the special little boy she waited for so long to love....
- Turning potential into real success
Until a high-flying businessman stepped in to volunteer as her mentor, Jasmine Docherty was a surly student who was giving the proverbial two fingers to her school, its teachers and everything the establishment represented....
- Memories of our baby boy will never fade
As she peeked into the bedroom to check on her sleeping fouryear-old daughter, the little bear from Kelly Forbes'stillborn baby son's memory box caught her eye....
- COLIN'S AIRFIELD OF DREAMS
Avid aviator is living high life on traditional landing strip
The lush 88-acre meadow that is circled by the tops of the Pentland Hills, Tinto and Goatfell is, to Colin MacKinnon, a field of dreams....
- Life in fast lane ended for Scott after shock diagnosis
Today, landmarks across Lanarkshire and the West of Scotland will turn purple to mark National EpilepsyWeek - a time to get people talking about epilepsy, raise awareness of the condition, and raise vital funds. Here, Lanarkshire dad Scott Johnstone, who was diagnosed with epilepsy in his early 40s,...
- Heartbreak combines with love and smiles
There are many lessons that being a dad of a child with a life-limiting condition have taught Scott Sneddon....
- Saving others from the pain she endured
Like most other high school students in the approach to their Higher exams Lanarkshire schoolgirl Heather McCartney spent hours in her bedroom surrounded by books....