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Widow to help research into football links to brain damage

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Falkirk police station

Staff shocked by knife man

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The mighty Mitchells, clockwise from left Kimberly, Pamela, Walter, Rosina and baby Ayda Rose. Picture: Michael Gillen

Baby makes five for Mitchells

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Lashed out at police after being stopped

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Flight path review suspended

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Sparkling day for John and Hilda

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Abuse from ex forced couple to take refuge

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The Forth Ports tough mudders with their sizable cheque for Maggies Centres

Tough cash for Maggie’s

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Metal Panda Holistics Amanda Thomson is using heavy metal music to help people meditate. Picture: Michael Gillen

Heavy metal meditation to reduce stress

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Gordon Profit believes it's time for a change at Falkirk

OPINION: Time for change, not deckchair shuffling, at Falkirk

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Brwn Ferguson has taken positives from his sides opening half dozen games in League 2.

So far so ‘quite good’ - could be better for Warriors boss

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Falkirk 0 Dundee United 0: Messy point gained

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Houston has no fears, just belief in his Falkirk squad

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Injuries continue to affect Bairns build-up

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Dirty Dusting will be at Falkirk Town Hall next Friday

Dirty Dusting promises to raise titters at Falkirk Town Hall

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Heritage Awareness Day, Scotlands first-ever day dedicated to celebrating heritage, will take place on Friday, October 6, 2017 as the country continues to celebrate the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology. Leith Theatre took centre stage for the launch, which saw identical twins, Melanie and Eliza Chiswell (20) and Blair and Samuel McCullough (4) face a mirror image of the past as part of an open invitation to place a spotlight on Scotlands heritage on October 6, 2017. Heritage Awareness Day has been launched with the aim of showcasing Scotlands rich and diverse heritage and encouraging individuals, organisations and communities across the country to share and celebrate heritage in all its different forms. With the countdown now officially underway, groups, individuals, communities and schools across Lanarkshire are being encouraged to delve into the past and explore their heritage as part of this nationwide initiative.

Kirsty Paterson finds out more about Scotland’s first Heritage Awareness Day – and what you can do to get involved ...

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Metal Panda Holistics Amanda Thomson is using heavy metal music to help people meditate. Picture: Michael Gillen

Heavy metal meditation to reduce stress

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Happier times...Craig and Fiona celebrating Christmas 2010 with their much-cherished first child, Robert.

Sepsis awareness fight taken to Scottish Parliament

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Read all about this great new event taking place in town

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