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News

Mental health nurse accused of raping three women

Crime
Latest report identifies those most at risk

Study finds middle-aged men most at risk from suicide threat

News

Forth Valley people are the second unhappiest in Scotland

Health

Size matters not for toy snapper Stu

News

Dad to hit the heights for Down’s Syndrome

News

Police hunt men who damaged cars

Crime

Two thirds of Polmont inmates spending too much time in cells

Crime 1

Stole from OAPs he was hired to help

Crime

Trespassers causing disruption on railway line

Transport

Mental health nurse accused of raping three women

Crime
Police are looking for more information after cars were vandalised

Police hunt men who damaged cars

Crime
Polmont YOI

Two thirds of Polmont inmates spending too much time in cells

Crime 1

Stole from OAPs he was hired to help

Crime

Pupils urged to apply for career scheme

Education
Hard working pupils have attained great results

Best exam results yet as Falkirk pupils set the bar even higher

Education
Stephen celebrates at the statue of James Watt on his graduation day  from Heriot Watt University

Engineer wins top accolades for his efforts

News

Drug dealing offence highlights the importance of school police officers

Crime
Many families struggle to find the cash to kit their kids out for school

Cost of ‘school kit’ is too much say campaigners

Business
Unite's Pat Rafferty

Falkirk firm named in minimum wage scandal

Business
Roberto and staff with some of the menu available from Falkirk's latest chippie

Falkirk ‘Italian Job’ is a hit!

Business

IN PICTURES: Respect paid on Armed Forces Day

Politics

Plans for road and housing at heritage site refused

Politics
Over �110 million worth of empty homes have been brought back into use across Scotland in the last year.

Over £110m of empty homes back into use

Politics

MP gives pay rise to centre

News 3
Unison are one of the unions pushing for settlement of the Equal Pay issue

Equal pay row as Unions call for same deal

Business

Changes to upgrade for crematorium

News
Drilling has found the gas in the countryside near Airth

Ineos boss urges government to speed up fracking decision

Business 9
Falkirk Council hopes more residents than ever before will utilise the food uplift service

Falkirk Council prepare to move to a monthly green bin collection

Environment 12
Latest report identifies those most at risk

Study finds middle-aged men most at risk from suicide threat

News

Forth Valley people are the second unhappiest in Scotland

Health
Chris Paterson with daughter Casey. Picture: Alan Murray

Dad to hit the heights for Down’s Syndrome

News
Allyson Black

Funding boost for groups that keep elderly healthy

News

Survey reveals extent of alcohol-related abuse

News 1
The current voice of the BT Speaking Clock, Sara Mendes da Costa.

Could you be the new voice of iconic speaking clock?

News

Used car sales hit record levels

News
Its hard to believe these menacing Stormtroopers marching along the sand are just toys on a Scottish beach

Size matters not for toy snapper Stu

News
Charlie Trimble goes Pokemon hunting in Grangemouth

Walking on and on after Pokemon

News 2
Lisa Fairley endures a wet start to Wednesday after a beautiful Tuesday

‘Wet’ a difference a day makes!

Offbeat
Laughter yoga employs games and songs to help get people laughing like they did when they were children

Laughter is the best medicine

News
An appreciative audience at the For Falkirk Sake Festival of Film

Films with a ‘reel’ local connection

Arts
According to Alistair Campbell OBE, pictured outside Falkirk Business Hub, supporting small businesses is key

Regeneration: We have to get it right

Your Say
David Rogerson and his wife Ruth are both undertaking marathons to raise funds for a Christian Aid project

Christian couple’s marathon effort

Your Say
Kate Livingstone

When numbers don’t add up

Opinion
Sophie Wallace

There’s still time for that British spirit to be built up

Opinion

Station skirmish is played out globally

Opinion
Kate Livingstone

Winning isn’t life or death ... is it?

Opinion