Denny & Dunipace

Denny & Dunipace

Further appeal after Denny bookies robbed twice

Police are appealing to the public to check for any items those responsible for two armed robberies at a Denny bookies may have discarded.

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Rookie driver writes off first car in winter smash

Rookie driver writes off first car in winter smash

Just weeks after buying his first car, Jordan Mitchell was left counting the cost of his inexperience behind the wheel.

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Police are appealing for information

Denny bookies hit again by armed robbers

A Denny bookies was targeted by armed robbers for the second time in five days.

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Alan Simpson. Lord Lieutenant of Stirling and Falkirk, presented Logan with his award

Scout Logan has Royal seal of approval

A student has become the first in his community to receive the highly-prized Queen’s Scout Award.

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Men facing abduction, robbery and assault charges

Men facing abduction, robbery and assault charges

Two men have been remanded in custody in connection to an alleged violent abduction and robbery earlier this week.

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Three men have been sentenced following the incident.

Charges after Denny abduction

Three men have been charged following an abduction in Denny on Monday.

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Falkirk Sheriff Court issued warning (picture posed by model)

Warned to quit alcohol or face jail

A woman has been given a chance to avoid jail by giving up booze and getting her life together.

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National back-up helps police tackle Denny incident

National back-up helps police tackle Denny incident

Three men have been detained by police following a disturbance in Denny this afternoon.

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The RBS branch in Grangemouth town centre

The personal touch has been withdrawn from banking

News of the demise of yet more banks hit the community hard, but the closures in Grangemouth’s La Porte Precinct, Stenhhousemuir Main Street and Denny’s Glasgow Road were not unexpected.

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Forsyth struggled with three female police officers

Drunk’s attack leaves female officers bruised

A nasty drunk made life difficult for three female police officers when he struggled and spat at them as they tried to apprehend him.

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Motorist (82) dies after car crashes into wall

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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Treasure trove of coins stolen in raid on home

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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