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More than 60,000 people in Scotland have been given life-saving CPR training in the last 12 months

60,000 Scots trained in life-saving CPR

Health

Drive for Justice: Our campaign for stiffer sentences for dangerous drivers

Crime
Former Denny councillor, John Connolly

Tributes for Labour veteran

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Tommy was the mouse that roared

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Denny Cross delays could last a week

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Baby Steps for new social enterprise

Business

Residents and shoppers blast police counter terrorism exercise as a waste of time and resources

Crime
Santa's Grotto opened today (Friday) in Camelon as part of the Winter Festival. Among the first to meet him and his elf helper were  Rebecca (4) from Bonnybridge, Maison (3) from Camelon, child minder Jacqueline Howe and her mum Joan McBride
Picture: Michael Gillen

Heralding the start of Camelon’s first Winter Festival

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Put a knife to partner’s neck but avoids jail

Crime

Motorists warned to expect delays

Transport

Call for public ownership of Scotland’s trains

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Picture: Greg Macvean

Public consultation on future rail services launched

Transport

Roads to close to allow £565,000 of improvements

Transport

Drive for Justice: Our campaign for stiffer sentences for dangerous drivers

Crime

Residents and shoppers blast police counter terrorism exercise as a waste of time and resources

Crime

Put a knife to partner’s neck but avoids jail

Crime
Tainsh contaminated office workers' water bottles

Tainsh tarnished bottles with his urine

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School poster 
contest launched

Education

St Mungo’s pupils gain a Scottish first

Education
UNISON is considering its next move in the dispute over college support staff's pay.

Union considering action in college pay dispute

Education

Education bosses must cut out red tape for teachers

Education

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Friendly faces Rachael Seggie and Marianne Keenan will be happy to show you around the Baby Steps range

Baby Steps for new social enterprise

Business

Council’s savings progress criticised

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Tributes for Labour veteran

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Tackling gender stereotyping

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Council leader Craig Martin, right, with Secretary of State Alistair Carmichael and John Swinney MSP discussing future of Ineos

Council leader among five Labour councillors not seeking re-election

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A wind farm grant will help provide future services in Limerigg and Slamannan. Picture: John Devlin

New group has a five-year plan for village

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Some people have already made their feelings known before the consultation begins
Picture: Alan Murray

Householders on alert to have say in fracking debate

Business 6
More than 60,000 people in Scotland have been given life-saving CPR training in the last 12 months

60,000 Scots trained in life-saving CPR

Health
A festive fund-raising pack is available online to help MRF finance vital research into vaccines to treat different strains of the disease. Information about symptoms can also be found on its website.

Expected rise in cases of meningitis

Health
Neil Clark from Larbert, pictured with Michelle Campbell from the charity, and pug Fred. Picture by Tina Norris

Larbert’s Neil launches Scottish fundraiser

Health
The Scottish Government and NHS Education for Scotland will be surveying female doctors.

Improving support for rape victims

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Accident deaths across all age groups are rising, according to RoSPA.

Parents need more help to keep kids safe from accidents

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1 in 3 UK travellers want to see ‘quiet zones’ on flights

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The driving test statistics suggest men are better drivers.

Some gender differences – behind the wheel

News

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
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 4
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

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Cancer that creeps up on people

Opinion
Linda Hamilton regional fundraiser for Diabetes UK

Help charity raise profile of diabetes

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Planting the seeds to tackle rural theft

Opinion

Stepping back to futures passed

Opinion

Death of former Denny captain

Opinion