There are calls for the planning system to be sorted out in the wake of the Overburns drama, when the community had to fight off plans for a quarry in rural Lamington on three separation occasions.
Two firefighters badly injured when working too close to a blazing garage which then collapsed on them, win damages from Strathclyde Fire Board.
And there is a chance to meet the man who will be Lanark’s next Lord Cornet.
On the music scene, a Carluke man is giving hip-hop fans the chance to see Scotland’s future stars in a lively competition.
And families have the chance to pick up a holiday for as little as £10 per person in a terrific offer for readers.
All this, plus all your local news, letters and sport, in this week’s Gazette, in the shops tomorrow at only 65p.