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  1. David Spaven:Read the original story

    Monday Sep 24 | Scotsman.com

    The closure of the superfast freight ferry route from Rosyth to Zeebrugge has put more Scottish freight onto daily container trains to be transferred to Teesport The woes of one mode of transport can be a source of opportunity for another. The recent demise of the Rosyth-Zeebrugge freight ferry has boosted custom on the daily container train from Mossend to thriving Teesport - and a second train is now planned to help Scottish exports on their way.

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  2. Eddie Stobart launches new train service connecting Port of Tilbury to ScotlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2018 | Thurrock Gazette

    EDDIE Stobart has announced the launch of its new train service, connecting the Port of Tilbury to Tesco's site in Daventry, and then Daventry to Mossend, Scotland. Launched on the 3rd September, this is Eddie Stobart's first ever train service to run from the Port of Tilbury, with the capacity to travel with between 30 and 36 containers.

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  3. Rail users across Lanarkshire warned of disruption this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2018 | The Daily Record

    Network Rail is reminding passengers to expect disruption to journeys this weekend as engineers complete the latest phase in a 114m upgrade to signalling systems across Lanarkshire. The Motherwell North Signalling Renewal project is replacing track side equipment and transferring control of systems from Motherwell Signalling Centre to the West of Scotland Signalling Centre in Glasgow.

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  4. Warning over disruption to train servicesRead the original story

    Aug 17, 2018 | Cumbernauld Today

    The Motherwell North Signalling Renewal project is replacing track side equipment and transferring control of systems from Motherwell Signalling Centre to the West of Scotland Signalling Centre in Glasgow. Pic: Network Rail Network Rail is advising passengers to expect disruption from August 24-29 as engineers complete the latest phase in a 114m upgrade to signalling systems across Lanarkshire.

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  5. Lanarkshire rail users warned about five days of 'considerable disruption'Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 | The Daily Record

    Network Rail is advising passengers to expect disruption this month as engineers complete the latest phase in a 114m upgrade to signalling systems across Lanarkshire. The Motherwell North Signalling Renewal project is replacing track side equipment and transferring control of systems from Motherwell Signalling Centre to the West of Scotland Signalling Centre in Glasgow.

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  6. Train passengers warned to expect delay across Lanarkshire routesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 | Evening Times

    Network Rail will be carrying out the latest phase in their 114m upgrade to signalling systems between August 24 and 29. The Motherwell North Signalling Renewal project is replacing track side equipment and transferring control of systems from Motherwell Signalling Centre to the West of Scotland Signalling Centre in Glasgow . The first phase of work - covering the Newton, Hamilton and Uddingston area - was complete at Easter 2017, while Easter 2018 saw new signalling systems activated in Mossend, Coatbridge and Whifflet.

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  7. Church hosting uniform bank ahead of the new school termRead the original story

    Jul 25, 2018 | Motherwell Today

    Bellshill EU Congregational Church is once again running a School Uniform Bank this summer to help those who need it to dress their children for the new term. The church is working in partnership with Mossend, Holy Family, St Gerard's, Noble Primary Sacred Heart and Lawmuir Primaries, as well as Cardinal Newman High School and Bellshill Academy.

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  8. Council looking to invest in fire safety across North LanarkshireRead the original story

    Jul 9, 2018 | Cumbernauld Today

    A notice on the Public Contracts Scotland website shows the council is seeking a contractor to carry out fire alarm replacements at St Monica's Primary School in Coatbridge, Holy Family Primary School in Mossend, Calderbank Community Centre and Chapelhall Senior Citizens Centre.

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  9. Councillor suspended by SNP Group at NLCRead the original story

    Jul 4, 2018 | Cumbernauld Today

    The Times & Speaker understands this comes after he was accused of breaking procedure by failing to present a motion to the group before it went to a full meeting of North Lanarkshire Council. Councillor Baird, who is now listed as a Independent, had taken up the case of parents concerned about the safety of children attending additional support needs education in North Lanarkshire.

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  10. Popular Wishaw primary headteacher given great send off by pupilsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2018 | The Daily Record

    Mrs Cruickshank, who lives in Wishaw, bade a fond farewell to the school as pupils got set to enjoy their summer holidays. Mrs Cruickshank said: "It was very mixed emotions for me as you can imagine but I've had a terrific last few days.

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  11. St Andrew's Hospice celebrate 10th midnight walk in sensational styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2018 | The Daily Record

    For the first time in the fundraiser's history, men took part in the 13-mile late night trek through Lanarkshire. More than 750 participants were involved and they were given a suitably memorable send-off at the starting line when Airdrie Academy's Andrew Park piped them away from the Ravenscraig sports facility.

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  12. Fundraisers complete St Andrew's Hospice Midnight WalkRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2018 | The Daily Record

    To mark a decade of the fundraiser, the walk - which is usually a ladies-only event - it was open to both men and women. Over 750 people completed the route which started at Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility and continued through Carfin, New Stevenston, Holytown, Mossend and Motherwell.

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  13. Commercial Focus: Scotland's first 'dry port' at Mossend is fully on trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2018 | Sunday Herald

    Their ambitions have hit the buffers a few times in recent years, but plans for a huge expansion of Mossend International Railfreight Park in Lanarkshire are now well on the way to becoming a reality. Only dogged determination and belief they were on the right track for the future has kept the family-owned transport firm Peter D Stirling going through a lengthy gestation period during which it came up against local objections and planning appeals before eventually gaining Scottish Government consent for the proposed 260m development last October.

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  14. YMCA reopens sports hall after two yearsRead the original story

    Jun 20, 2018 | Motherwell Today

    Stephen Henderson and donators Boyd Tunnock and Dr Lorna Gall with Kenny Daly and Calvin Wallace of KD Joinery Services who did the work Bellshill and Mossend YMCA has officially reopened its sports hall which had been out of use for over two years. Association manager Stephen Henderson said: "This was a really proud day for the YMCA and local community and we can't thank Boyd Tunnock and Dr Lorna Gall enough for their very generous donations.

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  15. Kids win award as partnership fights bigotryRead the original story

    Jun 18, 2018 | Motherwell Today

    Carole- Ann White from Mossend Primary and Gillian Gallagher from Holy Family Primary with some of the children involved in the programme at Mossend Playpark P6/7 children from Mossend and Holy Family Primaries were awarded an Excellence and Equity Award by the local authority in recognition of their partnership work challenging sectarianism in recent years at a ceremony held at Motherwell Civic Centre. The awards celebrated the excellent work taking place in schools across North Lanarkshire and the Mossend project was judged a winner on the strength of how it has fostered good relations between pupils and staff from both schools and created an environment where community is celebrated.

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  16. New teachers are ready to start workingRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2018 | Cumbernauld Today

    Some of the North Lanarkshire probationers : Caitlin Marsh , Claire Friary , Sara MacCallum , Lauren McCafferty and Gordon Reid . More than 200 people have successfully completed their training year in North Lanarkshire schools, with many ready to start work in classrooms across the area this August.

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  17. Seniors' centre to be reborn as a nurseryRead the original story

    Jun 5, 2018 | Motherwell Today

    A proposal for the North Lanarkshire Council-run facility was included as part of a bid to the Scottish Government for funds to expand nursery education for 3/4-years-olds and vulnerable 2-year-olds. As he announced the plans Holytown and Mossend councillor Frank McNally believes it is the latest step in the heart of Mossend becoming a comprehensive learning zone for children.

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  18. David Spaven: The road to fewer emissions is freight by rail - but proper planning is neededRead the original story

    May 28, 2018 | Scotsman.com

    Despite the historical contraction of heavy industry, Scotland still has significant manufacturing and processing sites spread across the country - from the Norboard panel mill at Dalcross in the north to the Steven's Croft forest industry complex at Lockerbie in the south. Inevitably these sites generate large demands for freight A movement.

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  19. Terminal expansion at Mossend is a - game changer'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2018 | Sunday Herald

    Creation of Mossend International Railfreight Park will reduce transport costs, alleviate congestion, bring jobs and help the environment , writes Bob Serafini One of the most important and exciting new infrastructure projects in Scotland , capable of transforming our current logistics system by creating more opportunities for railfreight, is under way in Lanarkshire. A major expansion of established transport company Peter D Stirling's existing rail terminal, which already handles 10 trains a week, will see a 25m first phase investment and the creation of round the clock, state of the art intermodal facilities by 2020.

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  20. Rangers striker Michael O'Halloran targeted with vile sectarian abuse after Catholic church visitRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2018 | The Daily Record

    Twisted twitter trolls singled out the player after a picture of his visit to a North Lanarkshire church was posted online. Rangers striker Michael O'Halloran has been hit with vile sectarian abuse on Twitter after he visited a Catholic church.

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