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- A busy day at church
Sunday promises to be a busy time at Dalziel St Andrew's Church in Motherwell with it being Advent Gift Sunday.
- Response to cup pain pleases Shotts boss
Shotts boss John McKeown was delighted with his side's response to last week's agonising Junior Cup exit, as they produced an upset of their own to send top flight Glenafton crashing out of the South Challenge Cup.
- Labour net big win in by-election
Labour's Kaye Harmon secured victory in the Motherwell South East and Ravenscraig council byelection. The former councillor claimed the win with 1368 first preference votes (44 per cent).
- Frail: One win can turn tide
Stephen Frail says one result can kick Motherwell out of their sticky spell - and hopes it comes against Celtic on Saturday.
- Mums bring fight to hospital
Mums campaigning to stop a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) being downgraded held a demonstration at University Hospital Wishaw on Friday.
- CROOK CAUGHT AS CAR BREAKS DOWN
A housebreaker was arrested after his getaway car broke down and he was caught using a stolen bank card in a supermarket.
- Top award for Maaria from SFRS
A Motherwell woman has been recognised for donating stem cells to help someone in need.
- No one should have to wait for diagnosis
Lanarkshire MSP Clare Adamson has thrown her support behind Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month - a global annual initiative that raises awareness of one of the least survivable common cancers.
- Tips to keep warm
As winter starts to bite and Lanarkshire households continue to grapple with the cost of living crisis, many are seeking ways to maximise heating consumption at every turn.
- Miller 'hasan experienced head already'
Stephen Frail says securing Lennon Miller on an extended deal has provided a huge boost for everybody at Motherwell - and he insists the teenage sensation is belying his years with his performances in claret and amber.
- 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,...
- 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....
- Autumn put her head on my knee and I burst into tears. It was the happiest day of my life ... Guide dogs change lives, I'm proof of that
Laura Bradley was a young woman who was deeply ashamed of her sight loss....
- 'Memories of mum will spur me on in 1243-mile journey'
Two days after Colin Brett held his mum's hand on her hospice bed and she confessed to him her fear of dying, her aggressive cancer cruelly robbed her of the power of speech....
- Show of solidarity with the world's poorest countries
A leading figure from a charity that was founded in Lanarkshire almost 60 years ago will attend the COP28 summit in Dubai next month to press for the acceleration of financial support for countries most affected by climateinduced loss and damage....
- 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....
- WE DO MAKE A DIFF PRIVILEGE TO BE THAT THE LINE WHEN SOME
FERENCE... IT IS SUCH A T PERSON AT THE END OF EBODY REALLY NEEDS YOU
The Samaritans can't stop a caller's partner from beating them every weekend in front of their children - and they can't tell a frantic mum that they can reverse the escalating drugs habit she fears will kill her son. But what they can do is listen....
- You love them ... then let them go
Charity Guide Dogs, whose Lanarkshire training centre is nurturing puppies who will progress to become a lifeline for visually impaired people, has opened its doors to theWishaw Press....
- Stillbirth trauma led to launch of charity
Although his big sister died in their mother's womb 13 years before he was born, seven-year-old Leon Morrison now points to the brightest star in the sky and says: "Look, there's Erin."...
- 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....