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The Airdrie Page

Directory for Airdrie, Scotland UK

 
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Airdrie is a town of 36,000 people in the central belt of Scotland UK. Situated close to Glasgow and Edinburgh it is ideally placed to explore Scotland's two great cities. The purpose of this site is to provide information and history of the town to enable visitors to gain a flavour of the culture and amenities provided within the area.


Scottish Headlines
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dailyrecord – Scottish News: RSS feed from Daily Record
THE controversial comments came to light at a book launch earlier this week, but who said it?
MOIRA KERR won the prestigious awards and donated £300 of the prize fund to her local RNLI Lifeboat centre.. buying much needed welly boots for the volunteers.
OFFICERS have charged two men aged 32 and 28 after raiding a property in Yorker, Glasgow on Wednesday.
DEPUTY First Minister John Swinney has made some new suggestions after discussions over the Scotland Bill and the block grant ended in stalemate.
CUSTOMERS were reportedly trapped inside a McDonald's restaurant in Arbroath earlier while the police operation was carried out following the theft of an ATM.
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Conspiracy theory
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Now that Orr’s and Somerfield have closed in the town – what next? Heard a rumour that Henderson’s and Poundstretcher’s are closing too. Is this true? Funny how all this is happening around the same time. More doom and gloom for Airdrie – as if the weather isn’t bad enough!!

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Monklands A&E Saved
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Further to previous reports that the town was losing an important part of it’s healthcare support, Nicola Sturgeon has announced that indeed Monklands A&E has been saved. Read the report from Mr Ken Corser (Chair, NHS Lanarkshire). Click here

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