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VIDEO: Massive blaze at Falkirk scrapyard

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Blind instructor David Black and Alan Bell of the Scottish Centre for Personal Safety

Hitting back to stay safe

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Nicola Eccleson

Fraudster fleeced family and friends out of £250,000

Crime 1

Bad boy brother attacked his sister

Crime

Pupils show a little joie de vivre for language

Education

Appeal after man impersonates police officer

Crime

A creative look behind closed doors

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John’s ‘green’ legacy marches from strength to strength

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A total of �6.3 million Scottish Government funding will support delivery of the Towards 2020: Taking Care to the Patient strategy  focusing on increasing the Services capacity for care at home or in the community.

£6.3m government funding for Scottish Ambulance Service

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Easter commuters face travel delays

Lengthy delays predicted for Easter travellers

Transport
The road will be closed until April 21

Road closes to allow railway bridge to be replaced

Transport 2

Fraudster fleeced family and friends out of £250,000

Crime 1

Bad boy brother attacked his sister

Crime

Appeal after man impersonates police officer

Crime
Cabinet Secretary for Justice Michael Matheson.

New curbs against drug-driving

Crime 3

Pupils show a little joie de vivre for language

Education
Students from Edinburgh Napier University with their lecturers outside Polmont YOI

A creative look behind closed doors

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Grangemouth Childrens Day Queen for 2017 Kara Wilson

Kara’s fairytale big day beckons

Education

Youngsters still booking into Linlithgow Library

Education
Jack Marshall founded the business 35 years ago

Surge in demand leads to expansion

Business
Annette Tonner (front right) with Michael Matheson MSP and other guests at last Thursday's launch

Enterprise idea will boost jobs

Business

Prime minister’s election call could backfire according to Labour member

Politics 2

PM calls snap general election

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The Conservative Party candidates for the 2017 Falkirk Council elections

Confident Falkirk Tories reveal election manifesto

News 18
Labour MSP Richard Leonard (centre) helped launch Labour's 2017 local government election manifesto with the party's Falkirk candidates

Labour launch their case for another five years in Falkirk

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Equalities Secretary Angela Constance.

Women hardest hit by UK welfare cuts

News 6

250 sign up to fight homes on green belt

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Young people employability scheme at Falkirk Wheel

Provost’s praise for volunteers

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Upper Newmarket Street is the latest target for the THI teams

Facelift project in Falkirk moving ahead

News 2
Katie Sneddon started a pressure group calling for a review into mental health services for children

Mums and dads will have a say in national review

Health

Cycling to work may reduce risk of premature death

Lifestyle 4
Health Secretary Shona Robison.

Improved focus on eyecare services

Health 1
Lesley Stephen, Lesley Graham and Anne Maclean-Chang. Bottom row: Alison Tait who campaigned to get breast cancer drug Kadcyla made available on NHS in Scotland

Mum thrilled as cancer drug treatment made available

Health
A total of �6.3 million Scottish Government funding will support delivery of the Towards 2020: Taking Care to the Patient strategy  focusing on increasing the Services capacity for care at home or in the community.

£6.3m government funding for Scottish Ambulance Service

News

National Museums Scotland launches photography competition

News

New bucket list challenge launched

News

In pictures: Humpback whale does a backflip in River Forth

Offbeat
Working with Personal Trainer Born Barikor, pet charity Blue Cross has created a new fitness boot camp called Work Out Like A Dog which sees humans doing exercises you would normally see dogs doing. Pic: Blue Cross.

Fitness boot camp launches where humans exercise like dogs

Offbeat

Parents urged to stop pretending Father Christmas is real

Offbeat

World’s deadliest spiders which can cause four-hour erection before death found in ASDA bananas

Offbeat
Melanie did the Massage In Schools course with children at Denny Primary School

Nurturing touch helps pupils grow

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Chief Inspector Damian Armstrong

Once uploaded, it’s on the web forever

Opinion

Times away for recreation

Opinion

A life on the ocean wave...

Opinion

In My View: Flying is never plain sailing for me

Opinion