IT’S been a busy week in Clydesdale and the Gazette has been there every step of the way.
We tell the story of the Zambian vice-president who has returned to his family roots in Carluke during the Commonwealth Games.
In Lanark, we report on the news that the new cemetery at Springbank has already been the target for heartless ‘grave-robbers’ and we also preview the Royal Burgh’s commemoration of the start of World War One on Monday night.
There is all the action from last weekend’s Red Hose Race and pictures from Carnwath Show.
And while Clydesdale may have only one athlete at the Commonwealth Games a whole host of locals have been having a blast at the Games.
The Gazette has been inundated with pictures and stories from opening ceremony performers and volunteers and we share them with readers this week.
It’s all in this week’s Gazette, priced at 80p.