Lanark licensed grocer Gibby’s has been banned from selling drink for a week, after selling vodka to a 16-year-old boy.
The boy was sent in by the police, in an undercover test puchase.
And it was the second time the shop, G&F Ireland in Smyllum Road, Lanark, has been hauled before the Clydesdale Licensing Board for the same offence.
A CONTROVERSIAL opencast coal mine, on the outskirts of Carluke, has been given the go ahead by South Lanarkshire Council planners.
A CARLUKE driver popped into a supermarket carwash – and he claims it cost him over £3,000 thanks to damaged paintwork to his car.
It has been finally confirmed that Lanark’s Memorial Hall WON’T be re-opened in time for this year’s Lanimers – despite hopes that it would be.
A desperate Carluke woman is pleading with South Lanarkshire Council to fix her damp walls and leaky boiler...before her frail mum moves in with her.
FIRSTLY, I’d personally like to thank everyone who has taken the time to write to me with their suggestions on how to improve the Carluke and Lanark Gazette.
South Lanarkshire Council is considering doing away with a primary school at Crawfordjohn and moving children instead to Abington Primary.
THE chairman of Carluke Development Trust has outlined a number of exciting projects aimed at revitalising the town.
Don’t miss this week’s Carluke and Lanark Gazette – it is history in the making!
DON’T blame US for turning Lanark Bus Stance into a danger zone.
A special task force set up to deal with the Scottish Coal closure staged its first meeting on Monday amid demands for the Scottish Government to take action to establish who will foot the bill for pollution caused by abandoned mines.
REPRESENTATIVES from Biggar textile firm Calzeat have just returned from New York’s international fashion extravaganza From Scotland With Love.
Police are appealing for the assistance of public in an effort to trace a missing man from the Crawford area.
THERE were mixed emotions at a very special event held to mark the end of an era in the long and happy relationship between Lanark and Italy.
VOLUNTEERS and clients at the Little Haven in Forth are celebrating the news that the charity’s shop has raised more than £6000 in the past year.
A DOUBLE dose of bad luck hit the first day of the official inquiry into the problem 100 series bus service between Biggar and Edinburgh, Clydesdale’s only direct coach link to the capital.
A New vision for the future of New Lanark was unveiled this week, to enhance and promote it in the years ahead.
URgent questions are being raised about crucial restoration work at Clydesdale’s eyesore former Scottish Coal sites, amid claims that insurance funds will not cover the costs.
ALMOST 70 years after the end of WWII, the forgotten men of the Lanarkshire Yeomanry will finally be honoured with a memorial in Carluke.
IS major disruption which will be caused by digging up the main road between Lanark and Carluke to lay new electricity cabling REALLY necessary?
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Weather for Carluke
Monday 20 May 2013
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