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Hospice will be quids in


Kismet crew curry favour to win again

Iron Man Steve Barrett with his proud partner Dhana McBlain and their baby son Theo

Bo’ness soldier completes Ironman challenge for cancer charity

Heavy rain

Pair guilty of killing Russell Robertson


More misery for train passengers this morning


Disruption to trains after power failure


Jail for Bonnybridge man who lost his temper

Stewart Forgie of Grangemouth was sentenced to 12 months in prison after he pled guilty to possessing indecent images of children

Jail sentence for pervert pensioner


Jury out as defence claims eye witnesses were “filling in the blanks”

Erin Shaw and Neve Hogg from Falkirks Central Taekwondo Academy will represent Great Britain at the Cadet European Championships in Hungary in October.

Falkirk Taekwondo duo are aiming to be Euro stars

New Glasgow Rocks signing Ali Fraser is welcomed by head coach Tony Garbelotto

Fraser complets trio of former Falkirk Fury stars at Glasgow Rocks

Falkirk Fury

Cabrera Bello snatches Scottish Open title after play-off drama

Sport 1

Poulter heading out for final round in 'right state of mind'.

Sport 1

Falkirk 4 Stirling 1: Bairns on easy street

Falkirk FC

Pádraig relaxed about his Scottish Open chances

Sport 1
Meet pop rockers The Vamps at Glasgow Argyle Street from noon and the Edinburgh store at 5pm on Tuesday, July 18.

The Vamps' Night & Day album set to knock Ed Sheeran off top spot - meet them at HMV signings in Scotland

Whats on
Falkirk's Park Gallery hosts the exhibition until October 15

Falkirk’s Park Gallery remembers value of horse power


Queen Andrea has a Fair Day to remember


Kismet crew curry favour to win again

Almost three quarters of British adults use the 'red sky at night' adage to predict good weather.

Belief in weather lore is more than just Scotch Mist

Golden skies and misty seas in Wales. Pic: Kingsley Summers.

Deadline fast approaching for maritime photography competition