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Teen who killed nurse in car up in court for Polmont YOI scrap

Crime
The monitor on Bo'ness Road

Car counting starts on Ineos road

News 2
Shopkeepers and shoppers complain about the asbestos removal work being carried out at Falkirk Steeple on a Saturday

Questions asked as Steeple work goes ahead on busy trading day

Environment 2
Open Secret chief executive Janine Rennie has told vulnerable clients their counselling service will continue. Picture: Michael Gillen

Abuse charity ‘will survive’ amid government cash crisis

Health

Time to stub out this bad habit!

Opinion

Feeling breathless?Don’t just dismiss it...speak to your GP

News

IAM RoadSmart backs safety initiative

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Disability still seen as a barrier to career progression

News
Fannyside Muir is part of the Slamannan Bog estoration project

Fannyside Muir bog project complete

News 1

MSP: Eco pledge needed for post-Brexit

Politics
Lorry drivers are using Newhouse Road in Grangemouth as their own personal lay-by - parking up blocking residents in their homes and causing safety concerns

Residents voice safety fears as lorries use street as lay-by

News 1
Andy Tetsill was cleared of killing his son in a tragic acciedent as they worked together. He is doing Pedal for Scotland 2016 in his memory.

Dad cleared of killing son doing Pedal for Scotland in his memory

Transport 1

Teen who killed nurse in car up in court for Polmont YOI scrap

Crime
Sheriff Caldwell ordered an alcohol assessment

Alcohol assessment for 30-cans a-day man

Crime

Army career in jeopardy after violent assault

Crime
Falkirk Sheriff Court heard that Watson was upset when his relationship ended

Made threats after being told relationship was over

Crime

Pupils’ loved their strictly Victorian day

News
Pupils will be taken back to Victorian times

School takes a trip down memory lane

Education

Kindergarten tops as it captures major nursery award

Education
The outbreak affected more than 100 pupils

Suspected norovirus outbreak affects 100 pupils

Education
The Dennis Canavan Scholarship presentation

Jack is 2016 Canavan Scholarship winner

Education

Questions asked as Steeple work goes ahead on busy trading day

Environment 2
VOWS wedding awards nominee Pauline Spiers of Catwalk

Falkirk firms ready to wow the VOWS

Business

MSP: Eco pledge needed for post-Brexit

Politics
The X86 was one of the services recently cut by First. Picture: Michael Gillen

‘Put people before profits’ on the buses

Business 1
Bainsford and Langlees has once again been named as one of Scotland's most deprived areas. Picture: Michael Gillen

Education is the key to bringing communities out of poverty

News 7
Hallglen resident Thomas Smith and Councillor Colin Chalmers at one of the over grown sites. Picture: Michael Gillen

‘Hallglen is being left to rot’ says councillor

News 7

Questions asked as Steeple work goes ahead on busy trading day

Environment 2
Ineos shale ship Intrepid

Billion pound investment will secure future of Grangemouth site says boss

Business 8
Open Secret chief executive Janine Rennie has told vulnerable clients their counselling service will continue. Picture: Michael Gillen

Abuse charity ‘will survive’ amid government cash crisis

Health
Breath tests can be vital

Feeling breathless?Don’t just dismiss it...speak to your GP

News

Nurse struck off for fear of repeated misconduct

News

Treats are ruining our health

News
Formula 1 star Jenson Button has also backed the Stay Bright campaign.

IAM RoadSmart backs safety initiative

News
More than four out of ten Scottish workers believe disability is a barrier in peoples careers.

Disability still seen as a barrier to career progression

News
Some of the different kinds of sight-loss.

Number of Scots with sight loss could double by 2030

News

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

Offbeat
Carry On Centurion - Provost Pat Reid sees off Baillie Joan Paterson, Baillie Billy Buchanan and Councillor John McLuckie and their model Roman citizen

Carry on Centurion – we’re not ‘Latin’ the side down

Offbeat 3

VIDEO: ‘Unsteady’ driver filmed at petrol station

News 3
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

A chimney sweep could save lives

Your Say

Kelpies Canter can make a difference

Your Say

POLICE CALL: Tackling drugs

Opinion

UB40 reunited? Not likely folks!

Opinion
Kate Livingstone

Time to stub out this bad habit!

Opinion

Anchorman: Anniversary celebration for Camelon company

Opinion