Carluke Gazette

Public to have their say on hospital plans

Health

Hidden epidemic of veteran suicides “smacks of cover-up”

Health

Ah’ve got Holby City tae thank for mah miracle cure

News
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Community Hub awarded £120,000

Health

Two caught allegedly speeding on M74 - one at 125mph!

Crime

A Lanark musician couldn’t believe her ears after lifting the phone - to find President Trump on the other end!

News

Town to put on its best face

News
Prizewinning flavours from New Lanark

Prizewinning pokey hats from New Lanark

News
MSP Claudia does her bit to fight pollution by cycling to work

Air your views on Royal Burgh pollution zones

Environment
Forth Wanderers players celebrate the winning goal (Pics by Elaine Robertson)

Forth Wanderers win Clydesdale Cup final with 1-0 success over Lanark United

Football
Andy Murray played at Queen's Club but decided against taking to the courts at Wimbledon due to a hip injury which kept him out for a year (Pic by Steven Paston)

Andy Murray's injury absence has hurt Wimbledon tennis spectacle

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Jessica Taylor after receiving her gold medal (Submitted pic)

Carluke gymnastics ace Jessica Taylor was flipping marvellous winning British tumbling title

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Keith Dalgleish rode around 300 winners before quitting as a jockey back in 2004

Carluke trainer Keith Dalgleish once had to quit riding as he was 6ft tall and weighed 14 stones

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It's Forth Wanderers v Lanark United in Clydesdale Cup final next Monday night

Football

Visit gives starters orders for Silver Bell

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World Cup Sports Comment by Craig Goldthorp

Football

Ex-senior ace could replace top scorer Ian Watt at Carluke Rovers

Football
Coalburn Gala Day 2018

Coalburn celebrated the day in style

News
The Kitchin - led by Tom Kitchin - is the best restaurant in Scotland - according to Square Meal (Photo: JP)

10 Scottish restaurants named in UK top 100

News
Ginfall Festival is at Hamilton Tow House on June 30

Great day out for gin lovers at new festival

Whats on
The company says it has programmed its works to 'minimise disruption'.

Worries over round-the-clock works

Business
Alice Wyllie and Katie McAllister, from National Museums Scotland, listen in to the soundtrack of Scotland at the opening of Rip It Up (Photo Neil Hanna).

Rip It Up and delve into the story of Scottish pop at National Museum of Scotland

Lifestyle
Thousands of animals will be competing in all manner of classes over the four-day event. Picture: SWNS

Royal Highland Show 2018: Everything you need to know

Lifestyle