News

News

Bonnybridge man kicked dad’s door to pay taxi

Crime

Taxi rank rammy ends with a customer lying unconscious

Crime

Pregnant Langlees woman stole handbags

Crime

Ex turns nasty after threats to his dragon

Crime

Car battery put to shocking use

Crime

Police snow warning for Falkirk ‘Get home as early as possible’

News

‘I’m going kill you and burn your house down’

Crime

Residents given chance to rate their areas

News

Parents want safeguarding of breakfast clubs in schools

Education

Collapsed sewer in Banknock spells traffic snag

News

Weather conditions still affecting Falkirk area

Environment
The weather warning has been upgraded to amber by the Met Office.

Falkirk upgraded to amber snow warning

News

On-going and upcoming roadworks in Falkirk area

Transport

Road delays and schools shut by snow across Falkirk district

Education
Heavy snow is expected across parts of the country today.

Drivers should be prepared for difficult road conditions

Transport

Bonnybridge man kicked dad’s door to pay taxi

Crime

Taxi rank rammy ends with a customer lying unconscious

Crime

Pregnant Langlees woman stole handbags

Crime

Ex turns nasty after threats to his dragon

Crime

Parents want safeguarding of breakfast clubs in schools

Education

Road delays and schools shut by snow across Falkirk district

Education
Fears over physical safety has been cited as the main barrier preventing parents from allowing their children from travelling actively to school.

‘Safety fears’ stopping kids walking or cycling to school

Education

Conference for volunteers

News

Modern Apprentice opportunities

Business

Universal Credit branded a ‘disgrace’ that pushes people towards poverty

News

New Post Office opening in Falkirk

Business

Gymnasts concerns over Hallglen centre closure threat

Business

Ineos lodges power plant and pipe bridge plans

News

Parents want safeguarding of breakfast clubs in schools

Education

Universal Credit branded a ‘disgrace’ that pushes people towards poverty

News

Gymnasts concerns over Hallglen centre closure threat

Business
Falkirk Council leader Cecil Meiklejohn and Falkirk Labour Group leader Dennis Goldie had different opinions about the Scottish Government's local government settlement for 2018/19

Scottish government council cash sets off alarm bells for Falkirk councillors

Politics

Council’s top job up for grabs

Business

Bad weather - but nothing to what Falkirk faced in 1968

Environment

Weather conditions still affecting Falkirk area

Environment

Ineos launch ‘desperate’ legal challenge to overturn fracking ban

Business
The Grange Burn near Abbots Road  in Grangemouth

Advice pours in as Grangemouth prepares for flooding

News

Column: Patient care comes first at Strathcarron

Health

Top Pilates instructor visits Falkirk centre

Lifestyle

Special delivery welcomed in Forth Valley

Health

Bowel cancer awareness bid for Falkirk

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

News
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
Heather McEwan's photo of the 'UFO' at the Kelpies

UFO ‘sighting’ over the Kelpies

News

In pictures: Humpback whale does a backflip in River Forth

Offbeat
Melanie did the Massage In Schools course with children at Denny Primary School

Nurturing touch helps pupils grow

Your Say
Its just not worth it...as drivers caught using their mobile phones while driving now face increased penalties

Mobile warning call to new drivers

Your Say
FDAMH believe early intervention is important to help youngsters cope wwith their own mental health

Stand up to stigma this health week

Your Say
Air pollution can take a dramatic toll in your skin, leading to premature aging. But can you help to combat it?

Pollution can be rough on your skin

Your Say
Were the good old days really better?

Kate Livingstone: If you want to take wardrobe pay up!

Opinion
The execution of the Earl of Kilmarnock in London which drew a huge crowd.

No sympathy shown to Charlie’s loyal supporter

Opinion

Letter from the editor: ‘Snow’ bother if we all muck in

Opinion
Lego is one of the toys proving popular as adults buy things they enjoyed playing with as a child.  Pic: Jayne Wright.

Column: Reliving memories through our own children’s toys

Opinion