There is plenty of action in this week’s Gazette.
Overburns campaigners celebrate as South Lanarkshire Council knocks back quarrying plans for one of Clydesdale’s most scenic areas.
A couple have a miraculous escape from an explosion at their Lesmahagow home, and in Lanark two sisters plan to raise funds for a cancer charity after their mother had a brush with the disease.
No fewer than six off-licences were called to the Licensing Board meeting after a 16-year-old boy was sold drink in a police sting.
At Tinto Primary youngsters held their own celebration of the Olympics, and two Clydesdale couples celebrated 60 years of marriage.
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