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The Wishaw Press have kicked off a fan­tas­tic fea­ture to find our read­ers’digital pic­ture of the week.

We have teamed up with Mor­risons in Kirk Road who will pro­vide a FREE fam­ily meal for four (two adults and two children) at their cafe for ev­ery read­ers’digital pic­ture of the week that we print in our news­pa­per.

It can be pho­to­graph, selfie or im­age that you or your children have taken on a digital cam­era, iPad, or smart­phone.

We are look­ing for ei­ther a pic­ture that you have taken in the Wishaw area or per­haps a selfie of your fam­ily while you were on hol­i­day at home or abroad, or children’s draw­ing on an iPad.

We would also like pic­tures of your spe­cial oc­ca­sions, such as wed­ding an­niver­saries, children’s birth­day par­ties, re­tire­ments dos, fam­ily cel­e­bra­tions, party pic­tures, club or group pic­tures, or any other big day or char­ity event.

All you have do is send your pic­ture to us at news@ wishaw­press.co.uk or con­tact us through our Face­book and Twit­ter pages.

Please make sure you in­clude your name, ad­dress and con­tact de­tails and in­for­ma­tion about your pic­ture.

The rough state of North La­nark­shire’s roads net­work was last week re­vealed in star­tling new fig­ures. The stats, ob­tained by the Wishaw Press, showed that in the last fi­nan­cial year, the coun­cil splashed out £472,000 on patch­ing the 2,401 pot­holes re­ported to them by the public.

The roads are a damn dis­grace and when they do fill them all they do is a shoddy patch job with­out even seal­ing it.There­fore the cy­cle con­tin­ues. Carol McDon­ald They (the coun­cil) are too busy wast­ing money putting traf­fic calm­ing mea­sures in when re­al­is­ti­cally the pot holes are bad enough to stop peo­ple speed­ing. Stu­art Mor­ton You need an MOT to make sure your cars fit for the road.

Who MOTs the roads to make sure they are fit to drive on? Scott Mcleod

Our front page story last week fea­tur­ing Wishaw man Stephen Rielly, who bravely waived his right to anonymity to speak over the hor­rific sex­ual abuse he suf­fered, saw an out­pour­ing of sup­port on our so­cial media sites. Stephen spoke to us af­ter his abuser, evil James Kin­nien, was jailed for eight years.

Stephen well done on speak­ing out.

It just shows it’s never too late to come for­ward. Christine McGeechan

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