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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

Crime

Man stole tools from vehicles in Stenhousemuir

Crime

Queensferry Crossing work will take another 18 months

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

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Arriving in Falkirk - first of the new fast trains

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

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Three famous names from Scotland's gory medieval past - left to right Sir Andrew de Moray, Sir John de Graeme and Sir William Wallace.

Falkirk’s special day for historic knights

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Principal teacher Mary Lockhart was given flowers for her retiral

Shieldhill Primary School principal retires after 42-year-long career

Education

Plans to bring back Bonnybridge station heating up

Transport

On-going and upcoming road works in Falkirk area - July 17

Transport

Upcoming and on-going roadworks in the Falkirk area - July 3 onwards

Transport
Forth and Clyde Canal

Government pledges £1.6m to Bonnybridge repairs

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Public opinion is to be gauged for the proposal

Survey: More than four of five ScotRail passengers satisfied with train operator

Transport

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

Crime

Man stole tools from vehicles in Stenhousemuir

Crime
Camelon Cemetery.

Police hunt culprit behind ‘mindless vandalism’ at Camelon Cemetery

Crime
The email is sending people their password and blackmailing them

Warning over email sextortion scam

Crime

Shieldhill Primary School principal retires after 42-year-long career

Education
Margaret Smith

Well-known Falkirk teacher stands down as EIS rep after more than 30 years

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Calling all pupils from St Mungo’s High Class of 1974

Education
ROOTS summer club is aimed at children with additional support needs and their parents but is open to all children

Bonnybridge summer club for children and their parents

Education
The Denny pupils have been enjoying their project

Denny High pupils helping Open University devise new astronomy course

Education

Plans to bring back Bonnybridge station heating up

Transport

Plans for Falkirk’s Howgate Centre to house new Post Office

Business

Real fears for Grangemouth residents as builders prepare to pile drive

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Carers will now get more money each week. Picture: John Devlin

More cash available for Falkirk’s vulnerable families

Business

Real fears for Grangemouth residents as builders prepare to pile drive

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A shareable database has improved the working practise at Falkirk Council

Falkirk Council earns Partnership and Resilience awards for emergency planning

Politics

Farewell to Falkirk’s chief executive

Politics

Michael Matheson swaps justice for transport

Politics

Is Falkirk one of the UK’s worst area’s for bad food hygiene?

Health

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

Environment
Climate change means flooding may be right on our doorstep before we know it

Over 5000 properties in Central region at risk from flooding

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Image: by Gary Hutchison. Flooding at Grange Burn which is in a PVA.

How to know if you live in a flood risk area

Environment

The secret life of butterflies revealed at Grangemouth’s Jupiter Centre

Environment

Hidden epidemic of veteran suicides: SAS soldier’s story

Health
Scottish mum Rose Gentle, whose son Gordon died in Iraq in 2004, is backing the Johnston Press campaign calling on Scottish and Westminster Governments to shed light on veteran suicide figures.''Pic: Robert Perry.

Hidden epidemic of veteran suicides: a mother’s story

Health

Help ‘Raise the Roof’ and fund Strathcarron vital repairs

Health
Morrisons in Falkirk is introducing a special shopping hour for those with anxiety

Falkirk supermarket to introduce ‘quiet hour’

Health

Scotland steps up to become a lifesaving nation!

News

Scottish Government urged to act on climate emergency

News

Hate has no home in Scotland

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Dougie the Doonhamer sprints ahead of the field with Kingsley in a menacing mood. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Partick Thistle’s Kingsley causes havoc at SPFL mascot race

Offbeat
Chief Inspector Damian Armstrong

Police call: Play safe with alcohol when the sun shines

Opinion

The difference in the weather - and the park - means an easier life

Opinion

Column: Kate’s thinking about a staycation

Opinion

In My View: Underdogs went so close to having their big day

Opinion