Denny & Dunipace

Denny & Dunipace

Motorist (82) dies after car crashes into wall

An 82-year-old man has died after the car he was driving left the road and smashed into a wall.

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Concerns led to police facing death threats from Denny Man

Police went to Brian Krupa’s home after staff at a drug and alcohol help centre reported they had been worried about his behaviour at the clinic.

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Police have urged people to be on the lookout for the coins

Treasure trove of coins stolen in raid on home

A homeowner has been left devastated after losing thousands of pounds worth of jewellery, cash and antique coins during a break-in last night.

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Author Craig Robertson joins brother and sister Jacob (5) and Orla Bennet (4) to declare Denny Library open. Picture: Michael Gillen

A new chapter for Denny

The official opening of the town’s new library this week is just the first chapter in the ongoing tale of Denny’s resurgence.

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Helping others in reverse

Helping others in reverse

Kind-hearted children and parents from Denny Day Nursery were involved in an unusual way of helping others.

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Wedding of the Week: Scott Enterkin and Louise Brown

Wedding of the Week: Scott Enterkin and Louise Brown

Scott Enterkin (32) is from Denny and is a product manager for an electrical manufacturer, while Louise Brown (36) is from Larbert and looks after their children Ryan (17), Kian (14), Aimee (10) and Aston (8). They are expecting a fifth baby in July.

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IN PICTURES: Dance-off at Denny High

End of term at Denny High School was marked in spectacular fashion with the annual inter-house dance off.

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Syngenta’s big donation to Strathcarron

Syngenta’s big donation to Strathcarron

Youngsters and coaches from Syngenta Juveniles Football Club held an event at Strathcarron Hospice with the aim of donating a day’s worth of food.

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The Forth Valley Nurses Choir performing at the latest fundraiser for The Helping Little Cole Fund

Forth Valley Nurses sing to help Little Cole

A mum-of-five has thanked the Forth Valley Nurses Choir for helping her raise money for a crowdfunding campaign to help her disabled son.

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Picture: Michael Gillen

Pupils learn to look after cash

Young savers helped a government minister announce further support to allow others to take part in similar schemes.

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New-look pharmacy provides a remedy

New-look pharmacy provides a remedy

The opening of a relocated pharmacy marked a landmark day for the Denny town centre regeneration.

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Did police fail to respond to death van call?

Did police fail to respond to death van call?

While a family grieves over a second tragic death in four years, Police Scotland finds itself under investigation for its handling of the case.

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Interference on Denny TVs

Interference on Denny TVs

Fourth generation mobile services have been switched on in Denny but signals could cause interference on Freeview TV sets in the area.

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Police under investigation after body found in van

Police Scotland officers’ handling of an incident involving the death of a 46-year-old man named as David Penman is now under investigation.

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Falkirk Sheriff Court

Environmentally unfriendly farmer faces £1.8 million bill

An elderly farmer who let people dump tons of waste on this land now faces a £1.8 million bill from environmental crime prosecutors.

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Denny town centre demolition work

Old town centre is now gone for good

The last remnant of Denny’s old Church Walk block was reduced to rubble this afternoon.

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The interior of the new library in Denny which opened this week. Picture: Michael Gillen

Centrepiece of regeneration opens its doors

The centrepiece of the regeneration of Denny town centre opened this week with more tenants moving in over the next fortnight.

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A Facebook user calling himself Ryan Neil boasts about committing car crimes

Facebooker baits police and brags about car crimes

Police can do nothing about a sick and twisted Facebook user who has been posting boasts about his supposed involvement in car crimes.

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Pitches move closer to goal

Pitches move closer to goal

Plans to bring synthetic sports pitches to towns in the Falkirk area moved a step closer this week thanks to the backing of the local authority.

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Drunk warned to sober up or face the threat of prison

A drunk thrown out of his partner’s house twice in less than a month for being aggressive towards her has been warned he could face jail if it happens again.

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