- Wishaw NHS heroes should be honoured
A heartbroken woman has nominated a department at Wishaw General for an award following the"outstanding"care they gave to her late husband.
- Volunteering is a 'win-win'
Charity volunteers from Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland (CHSS) have praised the positive impact it has had on their own lives as well as others.
- Man reported
A 22-year-old man has been reported to the Procurator Fiscal after a number of wilful fire-raising incidents in Allanton.
- Housebreaker sent to prison
A housebreaker was spotted by the victim's neighbours as he fled the crime scene.
- MSP calls for education chief to make exams decision
A Lanarkshire MSP is calling on the Scottish Government to guarantee every pupil will be able to sit national school exams this year as planned.
- Who will win Pub of the Year crown?
A Wishaw pub that took home the most recent Pub of The Year crown has reflected on its big win three years ago.
- Region's cases help HMRC reclaim £1bn
HMRC has confirmed a number of Lanarkshire cases have helped contribute to taking back £1 billion from offenders.
- Welcome cash for ventilation in schools
Gillian Mackay has welcomed extra funding to improve ventilation in schools and nurseries to help prevent the spread of COVID.
- 'Sex census' will not be going out
North Lanarkshire Council has reiterated its position on the controversial Health and Wellbeing census issued by the Scottish Government after an outcry from residents.
- A simple eye test saved my little Kara's life
A brave Motherwell schoolgirl who went for an eye test because her mum thought she needed glasses, has had a tumour the 'size of a golf ball' removed from her brain.
- 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....
- Max in a million
Miracle baby Max Mercer will fill his parents' hearts with pride as they prepare to celebrate his first Christmas....
- 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,...
- Layton passed away in his daddy's arms... but his suffering is over and he is at peace
A grieving young mum, whose baby boy was born 15 weeks prematurely, has spoken of her heartache at watching him die in his father's arms at the age of seven weeks....
- '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....
- 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....
- 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....
- 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....
- 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....
- 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....