North Lanarkshire


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North Lanarkshire

a council area of central Scotland: consists mainly of the NE part of the historical county of Lanarkshire; formerly (1974--96) part of Strathclyde Region: engineering and metalworking industries. Administrative centre: Motherwell. Pop.: 321 820 (2003 est.). Area: 1771 sq. km (684 sq. miles)
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We have seen a lot of changes that have improved the circumstances for women and here in North Lanarkshire, that is evidenced by having over a quarter of our council comprising of women.
North Lanarkshire Council revealed the figure as new research shows that the number of vehicles being dumped on Britain's scrapheap roadsides has increased sixfold in recent years.
David Craig, of North Lanarkshire Council's education department, said: "We are always engaging with schools to work on effective ways to eradicate bullying.
A North Lanarkshire Council spokesman said: "I can confirm that Duncan McShannon is no longer a councillor for the Thorniewood ward.
North Lanarkshire Council, one of Scotland's biggest local authorities, has confirmed traces of horse DNA were detected in a frozen burger testing last week, the online Herald Scotland reported.
Just as the perfect storm hit the UK and brought central Scotland to a halt on Monday 6th December 2010, North Lanarkshire Council's website stood strong against an epic onslaught with more than 111,000 visitors looking for information on schools, roads and a range of council services.
Zoe, from Newmains, North Lanarkshire, was last seen leaving her home at 5pm on Saturday.
North Lanarkshire takes in the so-called Buckfast Triangle, an area east of Glasgow between Airdrie, Coatbridge and Cumbernauld, where the 15 per cent wine is very popular.
A contract to address the UK Government's flexible working objectives at North Lanarkshire Council has been awarded following a pilot project.
North Lanarkshire Council provides services to more than 320,000 people in central Scotland.
IJB vice-chair Dr Avril Osborne added:"The inspection bodies have recognised the considerable effort that has gone into establishing health and social care in North Lanarkshire, and I'm confident we'll continue to ensure people receive the support and care they need.
North Lanarkshire Council is set to receive a significant funding boost as a result of the budget - with local services benefitting from an extra PS13 million.

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