Carluke Gazette

Man tried to rob a schoolboy in Lanark

Crime

Reporter caught up in mid-air drama

News
Lanark and Carluke Choral Union with Donald Trump on the trip to New York

Lanark choir member forged cheques after Carnegie Hall trip

Crime
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Students learn to blossom at horticulture careers day

News

New scholarship set up in honour of prominent MND campaigner Gordon Aikman

News

Volunteering boosts tolerance, new study finds

News

Severe weather preparations in place

News
TV licensing is urging local salon owners to ensure their businesses are correctly licensed.

Hairdressers are being reminded about TV licensing

News

Renewal of Avian Influenza Prevention Zone

News
Roger Hynd (left) receives a Lifetime Achievement award from Millar Stoddart at 2011 Clydesdale Sports Personality of the Year Awards (Pic by John Prior)

Roger Hynd was a true Lanark hero

Football
Mark McGhee watching Motherwell during Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Celtic Park (Pic by Ian McFadyen)

McGhee issued with SFA Notice of Complaint

Football
The ball nestles in the Gartcairn net after Ian Watt's stunning opening goal for Carluke Rovers (Pic by Sarah Peters)

Carluke Rovers face Scottish Cup replay this Saturday after 2-2 draw at Gartcairn

Football
Jubilant Carluke Rovers players celebrate beating Irvine Meadow in the previous round (Pic by Sarah Peters)

Can Carluke Rovers reach the last eight of the Scottish Junior Cup?

Football

Salmon fishing season is launched on the River Clyde

More Sport

Lanark United net three penalties in amazing win at Dunipace

Football

Clyde Valley Blackhawks are back from the brink!

More Sport

Plan for 44 new stables at Belstane complex in Carluke

More Sport
Nick Cave is returning to Glasgow for a show in September.

Nick Cave returning to Scotland for biggest Glasgow show yet

Music
Anton and Erin will be performing in 'Swing Time'.

Swinging into Scotland with Anton and Erin

Whats on
Biffy Clyro frontman Simon Neil live in Edinburgh at Hogmanay.

Radiohead, Biffy Clyro and Kasabian to headline new Scottish festival

Music
Joan Queen and Linda Mitchell are two of the volunteers at the charity shop. Picture Sarah Peters.

£141,000 grant for Douglas St Bride’s to buy shop property

Lifestyle
Leadhills and Wanlockhead Railway Station

National award for Leadhills railway’s commuter service

Lifestyle

“What am I thinking right now?” - and 19 more of the hardest interview questions

Lifestyle