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Wishaw Press
Type Local Weekly Newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner Trinity Mirror plc (trading as Scottish & Universal Newspapers Ltd)
Editor John Murdoch
Chief Reporter Robert Mitchell
Photographer Jim Donnelly
Headquarters Airdrie, North Lanarkshire
Website www.wishawpress.co.uk

The Wishaw Press is a Scottish newspaper that covers Wishaw and the surrounding towns and villages in North Lanarkshire, such as Motherwell, Newmains and Carluke. The paper is owned by Trinity Mirror,[1] and is printed weekly at its office in Airdrie.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Terms & conditions - Wishaw Press, Retrieved 16 December 2011



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Madness at Toni's chip shop in Wishaw (all rights reserved)

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Frank Roy remains as Motherwell and Wishaw MP in at the...

FRANK Roy remains the Motherwell and Wishaw for the fourth consecutive time after getting over 23000 votes. The ex-Ravenscraig worker tells the Wishaw Press...

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Ben Wishaw (Q) interview at Skyfall James Bond world premiere in London 23rd October 2012

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First look at the new Motherwell College

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SNP's Marion Fellows is runner-up in Motherwell and Wish...

MARION Fellows finished second, behind Frank Roy at the 2010 General Election in Motherwell and Wishaw. Here she tells the Wishaw Press of her hopes for the ...

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Scottish Daily Record

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Scottish Daily Record

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Motherwell's dismal start to the new year continued in Glasgow tonight as Celtic ran all over Ian Baraclough's sorry Steelmen. It could, and should have been more for the Hoops but for some poor finishing as the Well defence was once again posted missing.

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The family, who are members of the travelling community, change the batteries on the lights daily. Although it costs them around £200 a week, they say it's worth every penny. Mary-K's sister Roseanne, 20, told our sister paper, the Wishaw Press: “I ...

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