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town (1991 pop. 50,831), North Lanarkshire, S central Scotland. In Coatbridge a variety of iron and steel products are manufactured.



a city in Great Britain, in Scotland. Population, 53,000 (1970). The city is one of the centers of ferrous metallurgy in the conurbation of Clydeside.

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From their base in North Lanarkshire, SST design, manufacture and export a range of oxygen and gas sensing solutions from Coatbridge to aviation, marine and medical manufacturers in China, Japan, North and South America and the rest of Europe.
Part of her search will focus on Dick's Pond near Coatbridge - a spot Gartshore once described to his daughter Sandra Brown as the ideal place to hide a body.
McAuley, of Devenagh Way, Ballymena, Co Antrim, also admitted to indecently assaulting another young Coatbridge girl, then aged nine.
It is understood the Labour councillor for Glenboig and Coatbridge North, elected two years ago, had been involved in a brawl with a friend on Thursday, April 18.
Following a two-day search of a grave plot at Old Monkland cemetery in Coatbridge, chief inspector Kenny McLeod from Strathclyde Police said: "I can confirm that Moira's remains have not been found.
The case remains unsolved, although convicted paedophile Alexander Gartshore, a Coatbridge bus driver who died in 2006, has been connected with the disappearance.
But life was not always so grand for Vera, a postman's daughter who grew up on a council scheme in Coatbridge.
The 17-year-old driver, James Rowan, of Ramsay Place, Coatbridge, lost his fight for life in Glasgow's Southern General Hospital earlier yesterday.
At his trial at Airdrie Sheriff Court, the pervert, of Shawhead, Coatbridge, denied assaulting the women in May last year.
Lot 2 comprises three primary schools (Woodlands Primary School, Cumbernauld, St Patrick~s Primary School, Coatbridge and St Bartholomew~s Primary School, Coatbridge).
The excavation at Old Monkland Cemetery in Coatbridge is being led by Professor Sue Black and a team from the forensic anthropology department at Dundee University.