Lanark Tennis Club back from the wilderness after 15 years

After over 15 years in the wilderness, Lanark Tennis Club is set to make a sensational return to regional tennis in 2018 with two gents teams entering the West of Scotland Leagues.

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Armed police on the streets following a terror alert. Photo by Neil Hanna Photography

Terrorism: Be alert and take action

Members of the public are being encouraged to report suspicious activity in a bid to prevent terrorism.

Nellfield Gardens and Lane are Clydesdale Housing Association's locations in the village of Braidwood.  Stock Image

Fear and anxiety over eviction threat for Clydesdale resident

A Braidwood man is living in fear that he is about to lose his home following threats made by his landlord, Clydesdale Housing Association.

Aimee with her medal (Submitted pic)

Taekwon-do's Aimee Young is club's first Carluke-based black belt

Taekwon-do marvel Aimee Young (11) has become the first Carluke-based girl from her club to earn a coveted black belt.

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Broughton Farmers Dance has raised an incredible �252,000 for charity.

Broughton Farmers donations total an incredible £252,000!

Broughton Farmers annual Charity Dance, held this year in January raised the amazing sum of £16,000 which will be donated to 11 different Cancer Charities, the majority of them local.

The South will be performing the hits of the Beautiful South at Glasgow's O2 ABC 2 on Friday, March 30.

The South carry on regardless with hits of the Beautiful South

When great British pop institution The Beautiful South split in 2007, some members of the band didn’t feel ready to hang up their microphones or instruments just yet …

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Lanark First Responders are looking for more volunteers

‘Bags of help’ for first responders

Lanark Community First Responders are delighted with the recent donation of £4,000 from the Tesco Bags of Help scheme.

Local authority is set to receive cash towards the cost of the winter weather

Council is set to get more cash for winter weather

South Lanarkshire Council is one of the local authorities who can apply for financial assistance under the Bellwin Scheme following recent heavy snowfalls.

Pupils from Lanark Grammar get stuck in at Castlebank Park cleanup.

Pupils get stuck in at Castlebank

Students from the Higher Leadership Class at Lanark Grammar have been doing their bit for the Clydesdale environment.

Staff from the new Rural Energy Academy in Lanark

New hope for those who are unemployed

A new opportunity for Lanarkians who may be out of work opened its doors last week at Two Hope Street in the town.

Danceart cast who took part in the recent fundraiser

Hats off to Celia - £115,000 raised

A woman whose heart is firmly embedded in the Clydesdale community has managed to raise a whopping £115,000 for charity.

Gordon Smith (centre) with Clydesdale Sports Council stalwarts Colin McKendrick (right) and Millar Stoddart (Pic by John Prior)

Clydesdale sporting stars to be honoured at Cartland Bridge Hotel this Friday

The Clydesdale Sports Council Sports Personality of the Year Awards are 36 years old now but still showing no signs of flagging!

Rossvales Gary Giffin nets one of his double which helped earn a 4-2 victory over Lesmahagow Juniors on Saturday (Pic by Helen Templeton)

Lesmahagow stay in deep relegation danger after loss at leaders Rossvale

Despite a late revival, struggling Lesmahagow Juniors went down to a 4-2 Central Division 1 defeat at leaders Rossvale on Saturday.

How far will your car run on the fuel warning light?

How far will your car run on the fuel warning light - and can you get in trouble for running out of petrol?

It’s a feeling every motorist has experienced at least once in the run-up to payday: you’re trying to scrape every last drop of fuel out of your tank, and the dreaded fuel warning light comes on.

Rowan Stewart scores Biggar's first try in 26-0 home BT National League Div 2 victory over Howe of Fife (Pic by Nigel Pacey)

Howe's about that then...Biggar Rugby Club record 26-0 victory!

Biggar Rugby Club recorded a deserved bonus point 26-0 home win over Howe of Fife on Saturday and are fifth in the BT National League Division 2 standings, writes Alistair Stewart.

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Colourful antics...of Colonel Mustard and The Dijon 5 will be on the main stage on Friday night at Mugstock Festival 2018 in Mugdock Country Park, East Dunbartonshire.

Mugstock Festival at Mugdock just keeps growing

From small acorns, massive oak trees grow – and that’s certainly true of the boutique Mugstock Festival.

Musical partners...Felix Slavin and Andrew Pankhurst are ably backed by Rosie Gemmell (13), Sarah Edwards (12), Freya Edwards (14) and Calum Shand (12).

Readers asked to play their part in Pass It On Week 2018

Zero Waste Scotland is asking readers to help make sweet music for this year’s national re-use week, which runs from Saturday, March 10, to Sunday, March 18.

Making their voices heard...Enable's magnificent seven Change Champions have already given their own presentation to MSPs at the Scottish Parliament.

Help Enable Scotland stamp out bullying: Be The Change

Nine out of 10 people with a learning disability have been bullied in their own communities.

All mapped out...VisitScotland celebrated our own stars of the big screen with its Six Degrees of Scotland map, linking this year's Oscar contenders with film locations across the country.

Scotland’s Oscar links mapped out by VisitScotland

There were no big Scottish winners at the 90th Academy Awards but Scotland is out in front in the Hollywood filming stakes, with a host of big-budget movies now being shot here.

Katie Foss sprints towards the finishing line as she leaves rivals in her wake to clinch the Scottish Schools under-16 300m crown (Submitted pic)

Biggar's Katie Foss the boss of the track again as she starts 2018 in brilliant fashion

Biggar girls 300m ace Katie Foss continues to rack up the medals impressively when competing against some of the country’s top young female racers.

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