IT’S been another busy week in Clydesdale and the Gazette has been there every step of the way.
We speak to Lanark mum Beth Gilbert has been overwhelmed by the support she’s received from Gazette readers on our Facebook page after being asked to take down a banner in memory of her late daughter Jane amid ‘safety fears’
With just four days to go before the controversial new Lanark/Carluke/Glasgow rail timetable comes into effect, the area’s MP has made a call for its 11th hour cancellation.
Meanwhile, the fight is on to win better bus services to boost the fortunes of one of Clydesdale’s worst areas of unemployment.
It has also been confirmed that quarry operations could continue for another five decades at a Clydesdale site after the council approved further work.
Plus we have picture specials from the Christmas lights switch-on in Douglas, Lanark’s late night shopping event, Milton Primary School’s showcase on World War One and all the winners from the Gazette’s annual calendar competition.
It’s all in this week’s Gazette, priced at 80p.