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Hundreds attend funeral of Alesha MacPhail - ‘the brightest thing’

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Image: by Gary Hutchison. GRANGEMOUTH, Grange Burn

Young people in Grangemouth and Falkirk urged to take part in flood consultation as SEPA focusses on the future

Environment

Unpaid work for man who pestered ex when she wouldn’t take him back

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Man stole tools from vehicles in Stenhousemuir

Crime

Balletic Bairns set for Strictly Come Prancing glory

News

Queensferry Crossing work will take another 18 months

News

They’re keeping Bonnybridge Bonny ... for the big day

News

Arriving in Falkirk - first of the new fast trains

News

‘Born to be Wild’ - meet the world’s rarest kittens

News
Brendan Steele.

Live coverage from the Open Championship at Carnoustie

Sport
Chris Burgoyne has been delighted with the way things have gone since his return to stock car action earlier this year

Burgoyne back on track after injury nightmare

Sport
Football Dice made its way to the World Cup in Russia this summer. Here they are at Sweden vs England.

Denny woman and partner picked up World Cup fever with dice game

Football
Ellie Kane of Central Girls Academy

Central Academy’s Ellie set for Alabama adventure

Football

Kim excited about new venture as 
US trip closes in

Football
Grangemouth Library is hosting a Teddy Bears' Picnic

What’s on listings — July 20 onwards

Whats on
Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again will hit cinema screens in Falkirk this week. Picture: Jonathan Prime

Falkirk’s 10 of the best — July 19

Whats on

Video: At the Pictures: Skyscraper

Whats on
David Williamson

Double delight for teen David as he hits two hole in ones back in 1998

Nostalgia
Walking for charity are, back row left to right, Steven Tait, Ross Wayne, Craig Rawding, Lewis Connolly and John McInally. Front row, Finlay McInally, Ben Rawding and Ethan Martin

Falkirk Bairns put best foot forward in charity walk

Lifestyle