News

News

Man arrested in connection with cannabis cultivation found at Carron home

Crime
A survey of ScotRail passengers found more than 80 per cent were satisfied with its service

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

Transport

‘Bored’ inmate ripped out cell sink

Crime

Supervision for frying pan man

Crime

GoPro, clothes and cash stolen from car in Falkirk

Crime

Flytippers beware - the council is watching you

Crime

‘Apparent failures’ of medical staff led to death of tragic accident victim

Crime

Former Boots staff remember how Falkirk town centre used to be

Business
Ineos founder Sir Jim Ratcliffe

No fracking joy yet for Sir Jim and Ineos

Business

Driver to police: ‘I’m not banned – I’m my brother’

Crime

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

Transport
First bus services no longer using Falkirk Bus Station is just one of the firm's proposed changes

A whole busload of changes for First Scotland East

Transport

Upcoming and on-going roadworks in the Falkirk area - June 19

Transport

A real buzz about Falkirk High Railway Station upgrade

Transport
Police are appealing for information.

Man, 72, dies following crash on A9

Transport

Man arrested in connection with cannabis cultivation found at Carron home

Crime

‘Bored’ inmate ripped out cell sink

Crime

Supervision for frying pan man

Crime
Officers have appealed for information relating to a theft from a car in Bellsmeadow Road, Falkirk

GoPro, clothes and cash stolen from car in Falkirk

Crime

‘Water’ good show from pupils

Education

Grangemouth can go global with a little help

Education
Braes High School sixth year pupils (left to right) Megan Pullar, Kayleigh Graham and Niamh Waddell with faculty head of humanities Fiona Malcolm

In depth: Braes High teacher helping Scotish pupils learn lessons of Srebrenica massacre

Falkirk district

Exam certificate mix up at Falkirk Council school

Education

Big win at Rotary Quiz for Comely Park Primary

Education

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

Transport
12-06-2018. Picture Michael Gillen. FALKIRK, Orchard Hotel. Former Falkirk High Street Boots colleagues getting back together, some not seen each other for 50 years. Anne Cameron (Wands) 79; Janet Peat (Fishers) 76; Mima Bell (Connal ) 80; Irda Sherman (Allan) 79 back on a visit from Canada; Sandra Gray (Robertson) 73 and Irene Wright (Kirkwood) 78.

Former Boots staff remember how Falkirk town centre used to be

Business
Ineos founder Sir Jim Ratcliffe

No fracking joy yet for Sir Jim and Ineos

Business
First bus services no longer using Falkirk Bus Station is just one of the firm's proposed changes

A whole busload of changes for First Scotland East

Transport

Dennyloanhead road upgrade back on track thanks to £1.5 million grant

Transport
The Spitfire Memorial will be the focal point of the celebrations

Spitfire Memorial in Grangemouth to star in Royal Air Force’s 100th anniversary celebrations

Politics

Death of Falkirk councillor and minister

News
The GMB Union says the pay offer will widen the gap between the highest and lowest paid council workers.

Scottish council workers urged to reject ‘unfair’ pay offer

Politics

Flytippers beware - the council is watching you

Crime
Ineos founder Sir Jim Ratcliffe

No fracking joy yet for Sir Jim and Ineos

Business

Falkirk Council gets drastic over plastic

Environment

Grangemouth flaring: ‘It sounded like a jumbo jet taking off’

Business
NHS Forth Valley has received a gold Investors in People status for its work, including hiring a raft of modern apprentices (above)

NHS Forth Valley awarded gold Investors in People status

Health
Forth Valley Sensory Centre will hold the meeting

Forth Valley Sensory Centre event to help Falkirk distict live well

Health
John Ormsby from Polmont. 'Pic from Action on Hearing Loss Scotland

National award for Polmont’s John

Health
Maggie Parker (66) from Grangemouth and Moira Dunn (65) from Airth, former teacher at Falkirk High School.

Walking netball - the new kid on the block thanks to Falkirk Community Trust

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

Sophie’s Diary: Parents’ support for kids should be unconditional

Opinion

Letter from the editor: Happy Father’s Day to all dads

Opinion

In My View: Littering in the countryside is sheer ignorance

Opinion