What’s in this week’s Gazette?

In the wake of another tragedy at Carluke, our front page story this week is about a call for a suicide helpline to be put in at the station, similar to the one which exists at Cartland Bridge.

Inside the paper there is an update on work - or the lack of it so far - at Moor Park, Carluke, at the end of another summer; and survivors of the regime at Smyllum Orphange hit out at the amount of time an inquiry is taking.

Patients are concerned at the latest response to requests for appointments with Lanark doctors, and a young Braidwood boy cycles to support a remarkable charity.

There are political spats over rail services and job losses, and a trio of brave women have their heads shaved for a cancer support charity.

All this, along with your letters, district news and sport, in your Gazette in the shops tomorrow.

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