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  1. SNP councillor is suspended as party probe allegations that she...Read the original story

    21 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    HOLYROOD candidate Julie McAnulty is alleged to have made the comment to fellow SNP member Sheena McCulloch while campaigning last July. Sheena McCulloch, an SNP member for almost 40 years , said the comment was made as she and the Coatbridge councillor were returning from a canvassing drive.

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  2. SNP councillor probed by party over 'racism' allegationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sunday Herald

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  3. SNP candidate in racism rowRead the original story

    Monday | Scotsman.com

    AN SNP councillor who hopes to be elected as an MSP in May is being investigated by party officials following allegations she used racist language in a conversation with another nationalist activist. Julie McAnulty who represents the Coatbridge North and Glenboig ward at North Lanarkshire Council is also an SNP candidate in Central Scotland for May's Holyrood elections.

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  4. SNP in racism row after politician 'told colleague she wanted to get rid of P***s'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Mirror.co.uk

    Julie McAnulty is already involved in a feud with Dr Imtiaz Majid, who is also standing for the SNP in May's Scottish Parliament election An SNP councillor is at the centre of a second racism row after allegedly telling a colleague she wanted to "get the P***s out of the party". She is already involved in a feud with Dr Imtiaz Majid, who is also standing for the SNP in May's Scottish Parliament election.

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  5. 'Get the Pakis out of the party': SNP councillor Julie...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Daily Record

    AN SNP councillor told a colleague she wanted to "get the Pakis out of the party", officials have been told. McAnulty is involved in a bitter feud with Dr Imtiaz Majid - who is also standing for the SNP in May's Scottish Parliament election - is said to have made the incendiary remarks during a bitter feud with fellow councillor Dr Imtiaz Majid.

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  6. East Kilbride skipper Barry Russell: I can't get enough of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Daily Record

    THE defender can't wait to face Celtic but admits that seeing the sight of Celtic Park every day at work is killing him. However, the East Kilbride captain says he's now sick of the sight of his heroes' stadium and reckons he has been haunted since the draw for the last-16 of the Scottish Cup was made.

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  7. Strathclyde computer science researcher wins prestigious awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | EurekAlert!

    IMAGE: Damien Anderson receives the Robertson Medal from Professor Dame Anne Glover, Chair of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland. view more A computer science researcher at the University of Strathclyde has won a prestigious Scotland-wide award from the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland.

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  8. Monklands musicians The Cantormentors get set for hometown showRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | The Daily Record

    A CAIRNHILL singer-songwriter has joined forces with four Coatbridge musicians who made their names in different bands to form a Monklands "super group". Kevin Donnelly is the newest member of The Cantormentors, and the band members are preparing for a home town gig later this month.

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  9. Campaigners celebrate victory after controversial Caldercruix quarry plans are knocked backRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Daily Record

    THE decision follows months of protests from villagers over concerns about damage to the environment, busier traffic and a depreciation in property values. Planning consultants Dalgleish Associates Ltd's attempts to extend the old Airdrie Road facility and install an asphalt plant were unanimously refused by the council's planning committee on Monday morning.

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  10. Chef battered with baseball bat by Livingston footballer Declan...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Daily Record

    Stephen spoke of his relief yesterday after judges threw out an appeal bid by the thugs to have their convictions overturned Stephen Findlay suffered a fractured skull and a brain haemorrhage when he was attacked by Livingston defender Declan Gallagher and co-accused Anthony Murray . Stephen spoke of his relief yesterday after judges threw out an appeal bid by the thugs to have their convictions overturned.

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  11. Former Rangers directors Easdale brothers expand Lanarkshire bus networkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Evening Times

    The firm, which is owned by the Easdale family, has acquired routes from Arthur's Coaches and D.A. Coaches, for undisclosed sums. The latest acquisitions will see McGill's extend its Lanarkshire commercial network into Coatbridge, Chapelhall, Kirkintilloch and the Salsburgh areas.

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  12. Rangers legend Ally McCoist: It's a crying shame East Kilbride can't host Celtic in townRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Daily Record

    THE town's most famous player insists East Kilbride would have been hosting Celtic in the town if South Lanarkshire Council had played ball with East Kilbride Community Trust's plans for a new stadium Ally McCoist, pictured with East Kilbride keeper Jacob Kean, reckons debacle over the venue for Celtic tie can help ush forward plans for a 4000-seater ground in East Kilbride EAST KILBRIDE football legend Ally McCoist insists it's a "crying shame" the town does not have its own stadium to host this weekend's massive Scottish Cup tie with Celtic.

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  13. Albion Rovers 0 Stranraer 2: Blues climb into top-four contention with winRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Daily Record

    BRIAN REID vowed not to get carried away last night - after super Stranraer made it five wins in six games. Two goals in a minute early in the second half from Craig Malcolm and Andy Stirling earned in-form Blues a third straight victory.

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  14. SNP Holyrood candidate accused of racism refuses to sit beside Muslim ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Daily Record

    JULIE McAnulty has demanded North Lanarkshire Council chamber is rearranged so she is no longer put next to Dr Imtiaz Majid. Julie McAnulty has demanded North Lanarkshire Council chamber is rearranged so she is no longer put next to Dr Imtiaz Majid.

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  15. Police appeal after two vans stolen from Airdrie and Coatbridge locations in the space of 24 hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Daily Record

    ONE vehicle was taken from TOM Airdrie at Brownsburn Industrial Estate while the other was taken from Hagmill Road in Shawhead. POLICE are appealing for information after two Transit vans were stolen from Monklands locations in the space of 24 hours.

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  16. Movie-goers horrified as young thug urinated against outside window at Coatbridge cinemaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Daily Record

    THE incident was one of a number of disturbances of youth disorder reported at the Showcase Leisure Park in the past few months. The youngster committed the disgusting offence as a parting gift after being ejected from the premises for running amok with a group of pals.

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  17. Energy price war offers chance to saveRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | Sunday Herald

    It looks as if an energy price war is about to break out, offering the prospect of significant savings for those willing to switch tariff or supplier. Meanwhile, those who do nothing could find themselves paying hundreds of pounds a year more.

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  18. Peterhead 5 Albion Rovers 1: Blue Toon goal blitz sinks Coatbridge sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | The Daily Record

    The Coatbridge outfit believe a Scott McBride effort, that would have put them 2-1 up, was onside and that it was not deliberate handball from Mick Dunlop which saw the hosts score their third goal from the penalty spot. However, Jamie Redman equalised with doubles from strike stars Rory McAllister and Shane Sutherland extending third-placed Peterhead's unbeaten record in Ladbrokes League One to 11 matches.

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  19. Energy price war offers chance to saveRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | Sunday Herald

    It looks as if an energy price war is about to break out, offering the prospect of significant savings for those willing to switch tariff or supplier. Meanwhile, those who do nothing could find themselves paying hundreds of pounds a year more.

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  20. Energy price war offers chance to saveRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | Sunday Herald

    It looks as if an energy price war is about to break out, offering the prospect of significant savings for those willing to switch tariff or supplier. Meanwhile, those who do nothing could find themselves paying hundreds of pounds a year more.

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