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Election 2017 - candidates

Published Monday 27 March

Deadline for prospective candidates

Prospective candidates have only two days left to submit their application papers for the Scottish Local Government Elections.

three of the highly talented young musicians at the annual Instrumental Music Service Showcase concert at Hamilton Town House

Published Monday 20 March

School musicians wow sell-out show

Some of our most talented young musicians hit all the right notes at the annual Instrumental Music Service Showcase concert.

A brand new brochure has been launched to help businesses who wish to host events at Lanark Memorial Hall.

Published Saturday 11 March

New business brochure launched

A brand new brochure has been launched to help businesses who wish to host events at Lanark Memorial Hall.

new Business Gateway contract awarded to local company Lanarkshire Enterprise Services (LESL)

Published Friday 10 March

Boost for Lanarkshire businesses

A Business Gateway contract has been awarded to dramatically improve the fortunes of thousands of new and existing businesses.

Strawberry Fields, Burnfoot, courtesy of Tom Clelland

Published Thursday 09 March

Exhibition captures the past

An exhibition tracing the industrial, agricultural and horticultural heritage of the Clyde and Avon Valley opens this month.

Leisure and Culture

Published Monday 06 March

Windows of learning gets underway

The legacy of Robert Owen, social reformer and one-time manager of New Lanark Mills, is being celebrated by pupils in the area.

Road workers resurfacing road

Published Friday 17 February

Road improvements for East Kilbride

Essential road improvements will be carried out on West Mains Road from next weekend as part of our £126 million roads programme

exterior view of council headquaters

Published Thursday 16 February

Budget package includes 1000 new homes

Council Leader Eddie McAvoy today delivered on his key pledges not to increase Council Tax and to protect frontline services.

Scotland campaign  to 'nip cervical cancer in the bud' by going for smear tests

Published Wednesday 08 February

Nip cervical cancer in the bud

Women across Scotland are being urged to nip cervical cancer in the bud by going for their smear tests.

driver stopped by police officer

Published Tuesday 07 February

In Town, Slow Down campaign launched

Today sees the launch of a road safety campaign to reduce the number of pedestrians and cyclists injured due to fast driving.

Road workers resurfacing road

Published Monday 30 January

Road improvements for East Kilbride

Essential road improvement works will be carried out on West Mains Road as part of our £126million roads investment programme.

new coatis arrive at Calderglen Zoo

Published Friday 27 January

Calderglen welcomes new residents

Calderglen Zoo, one of our top visitor attractions, has welcomed some new residents to its diverse collection of animals.