North Lanarkshire

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North Lanarkshire

(ˈlænəkˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
n
(Placename) 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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Since April 1 last year, North Lanarkshire Council has received 898 complaints about abandoned cars.
Crucially for the people of North Lanarkshire, the government also provided an above-inflation increase to North Lanarkshire Council.
North Lanarkshire Council leader Jim McCabe added: "I'm sorry Duncan's health means he can no longer perform his duties as a councillor.
However, North Lanarkshire Council has taken immediate action to withdraw the product from the schools and as a precautionary measure all Scottish schools have been advised to put a hold on the use of frozen burgers," he added.
In the past, organisers behind the event duped North Lanarkshire Council into believing it was an Orange Lodge dance so they could book the hall.
A spokesman for North Lanarkshire Council, speaking on behalf of the council's assistant chief executive Mary Castles, said: "This is a devastating incident and our sympathies are extended to all involved.
North Lanarkshire Council provides services to more than 320,000 people in central Scotland.
Changes may now need to be made to the approved design and amendments submitted to North Lanarkshire Council for planning consent.
Frank McNally, convener of education for North Lanarkshire Council, said: "Together, the council and Fishers have developed a real success story of how local authorities can support new businesses.
The leader of North Lanarkshire Council, who has been a councillor for 40 years, said: "It is no surprise that Police Scotland have found no substance to the spurious allegations made against me.
The woman, from Bellshill, claims North Lanarkshire Council are failing to protect the eight-year-old twins.
North Lanarkshire Council, the Scottish Prison Service (SPS) and the police have all been criticised after the investigation found little was done to change Campbell while behind bars.

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