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Woolworths set for shock return to the high street

Collapsed retailer Woolworths could be set to make a surprise return to the high street, according to reports.

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Meeting on airport flight paths is called

Meeting on airport flight paths is called

A public meeting to discuss Edinburgh Airport’s controversial flight path proposals has been arranged for next week.

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Jack Marshall founded the business 35 years ago

Surge in demand leads to expansion

Tapside Coffee Machine Rentals is celebrating its 35th anniversary with expansion plans and the creation of new jobs.

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Gary Hayes, managing director of Campers Scotland Ltd, at the launch of the new EcoCamper range

Gateway to increase in staff and turnover

A company which prides itself on being Scotland’s leading campervan importer and conversion company aims to triple its turnover by 2019.

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

Enterprise idea will boost jobs

A recruitment and training firm with the community at its heart has been launched.

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The new rail bridge is now in place over the A803 Glasgow Road at Carmuirs
Picture: Michael Gillen

New bridge now in place at Camelon

The project to replace the railway bridge above Glasgow Road in Carmuirs, Camelon was successfully completed over the Easter weekend.

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The Fair Trade book was created by students at Forth Valley College

Fairtrade book in print thanks to store

An illustrated children’s story-book focussing on Fairtrade and created by students from Forth Valley College will go to print thanks to a £500 grant from Scotmid.

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New-look Post Office will benefit Braes village

New-look Post Office will benefit Braes village

Customers will benefit from a range of improvements thanks to a revamp at Glen Village’s post office.

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Sweet taste of success continues for Mrs Tilly’s with new expansion

Sweet taste of success continues for Mrs Tilly’s with new expansion

Chewy toffee has long been a firm favourite for all those with a sweet tooth – with the possible exception of dentists - and after several years it’s finally being manufactured commercially again in the Larbert area.

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Falkirk businesses toast success in wine and coffee

Falkirk businesses toast success in wine and coffee

Two Falkirk town centre business are in the running for a top award.

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The chance to hire a boat and cruise from the Falkirk Wheel  is secure thanks to partnership deal

Deal with boat firms means plain sailing from Falkirk Wheel

A new partnership will make sure cruising the canals from The Falkirk Wheel remains ‘plain sailing’.

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John (left) is congratulated on his 30 years service by Paul McGowan

Driver to director celebrates 30 years

John Gorman started work as a bus driver – and 30 years later is now one of the bosses of the industry.

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Fire completely destroys Bo’ness business

Fire completely destroys Bo’ness business

A businesswoman was left devastated after a fire tore through her premises on Sunday morning.

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The jobs fayre has been organised by Falkirk MSPs Michael Matheson and Angus Macdonald.

Falkirk fayre offers chance to find a job or change your career

The countdown is on for the Falkirk District Jobs Fayre later this month.

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Union to ballot local authority workers

Union to ballot local authority workers

UNISON members have instructed their trade union to ballot 70,000 local government members across every local authority in Scotland on industrial action.

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Easter commuters face travel delays

Lengthy delays predicted for Easter travellers

Drivers have been warned to expect “significant delays” over Easter with more than 20 million cars expected on the roads between Maundy Thursday and Easter Monday.

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The road will be closed until April 21

Road closes to allow railway bridge to be replaced

Motorists face delays and detours when a busy main road closes tonight
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Ineos HQ is 
voted a great place to work

Ineos HQ is voted a great place to work

Ineos’ Headquarters in Grangemouth has been recognised as one of the best workplaces in Scotland.

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Ineos chief executive officer John McNally shakes hands on the �200 million deal with Peter Miller, vice president of Midstream BP North Sea

Ineos stakes its claim as major player in world of energy supply

The final part of the massive Grangemouth site that was once proudly described as the ‘jewel in the crown of Scotland’s petrochemicals industry’ has changed hands in a £200 million deal.

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Martin and David Finlay, of MD Finlay Joinery Ltd in Bankside Industrial Estate

Joiner firm nail their future to Falkirk

A father and son have secured the future of their Falkirk joinery business by investing over £250,000 in a new manufacturing base.

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