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SEPA looking to set up shop in port town

The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has taken a step closer to locating an office in Grangemouth as pressure from elected officials mounts.

Business
Megan McWatt receives her award from Ineos CEO John McNally as Jane Hall and Chris Hall look on

Ineos honour for Megan

Petrochemical giant Ineos honoured the memory of an employee and rewarded the hard work and dedication of a promising young apprentice.

Business
Larberts Sign Factory has been helping to show the way at the new National Sports Training Centre in Largs

Signs looking good for Larbert firms

Two supported Larbert businesses are making a vital contribution to the success of the new national sports training centre.

Business
Ineos has renewed calls to close off a public road running through its Grangemouth site

Safety fears prompt Ineos to renew road closure calls

After more fears are raised over safety and security petrochemical giant Ineos is pleading to have a public road closed off at its Grangemouth site.

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The ransomware attack affected a number of NHS Forth Valley  computers

NHS Forth Valley staff warned after cyber attack

Forth Valley medical staff are being told to remain vigiliant following last week’s cyber attack which hit NHS computers the length and breadth of the UK.

Crime
Wheels put in motion for new bus service

Wheels put in motion for new bus service

A new bus service for the community which hit the road this week is proving a hit with residents.

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Pirate and princess parade is one of the annual events organised by Falkirk Delivers

Support needed for Falkirk town centre

Town centre bosses have made a plea for help to whoever takes over the running of Falkirk Council.

Business
A pizza good news for town

A pizza good news for town

Fast food giant Domino’s has opened an outlet in Bonnybridge serving up 25 local jobs.

Business
What it takes to get to the top of the Rich List

What it takes to get to the top of the Rich List

Want to end up on the Sunday Times Rich List?

Business
Have you got any paper fivers left?

Last day to spend your old Bank of England paper fivers

People have until midnight tonight (Friday) to spend their old paper Bank of England fivers before they lose their legal tender status.

Business
BACBA members Rhona Lapsley, Rab Jeffrey and Helen Jeffrey who are trailblazing the new service. Picture: Michael Gillen

Optimism high as trial period starts for Bo’ness community bus

A community bus to provide services to and from Edinburgh will hit the road next week following a successful campaign.

Transport
First Bluebird MD Paul McGowan. Picture: Michael Gillen.

Extra bus services en route

A bus operator has announced a series of changes to local services which it says will bring “significant” improvements to the network.

Business
Signal fault leads to disruption for rail passengers

Signal fault leads to disruption for rail passengers

Commuters were hit by delays to their journeys this morning as a signal system fault caused chaos on the railways.

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Malleys famous cycle and pram shop in Grahams Road

End of the road for famous cycle shop

One of Falkirk’s oldest businesses will close at the end of the month.

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Traffic chaos at Earlsgate roundabout

Traffic chaos at Earlsgate roundabout

Motorists have faced over 24 hours of traffic chaos after a fault at a busy roundabout.

Transport
Diversions are in place in the Old Town.

Traffic disruption ahead

Travellers are being warned of traffic disruption at a busy roundabout near the Kincardine Bridge next week.

Transport

Owner says range deserves fighting chance

The owner of a new computer shooting range in Falkirk defended his decision to use deactivated firearms in his business.

Business
‘Revolution’ on trains to cause delay for Falkirk passengers

‘Revolution’ on trains to cause delay for Falkirk passengers

Rail travellers in Falkirk are being warned to expect disruption to services as more work is carried out on the lines.

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Have you got any paper fivers left?

Just a week left to spend or bank your old Bank of England paper fivers

People have just a week left to spend or bank the 155 million paper Bank of England fivers still in circulation before they lose their legal tender status.

Business
Falkirk remembers those who have died in the workplace

Falkirk remembers those who have died in the workplace

Workers were reminded of the vital role trade unions play in maintaining high standards of health and safety at plants and factories around the area.

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