What’s in this week’s Gazette?

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The rail problems make the front page again, after repeated cancellations of trains from Lanark/Carluke to Glasgow again at the weekend.

Inside, the school bus cuts saga continues, angry mothers hit out at New Lanark Trust for enforcing a ban on ball games, NHS Lanarkshire takes a look at how it has performed in the past year, and David Mundell, MP and Secretary of State for Scotland looks for a ‘root and branch’ reform of the new Police Scotland.

On the lighter side, there is a chance to see the historic past of New Lanark as the annual Doors Open Day approaches, and in our own history section Hitler makes a surprise appearance in the Lanimer procession as War approaches.

The Gazette also invites readers to get their cameras out and take the photos which will make our 2016 calendar.

All this plus your local news, sport and letters in this week’s Gazette, in the shops tomorrow.