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Spate of thefts from cars in Bonnybridge

Police are following positive lines of inquiry after a number of thefts from cars in Bonnybridge.

Crime
The Driving Force now motoring on   with new services for its patients

The Driving Force now motoring on with new services for its patients

A Denny and Bonnybridge charity which has been providing free transport for cancer patients for over a decade is stepping up a gear this year.

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Stephanie is the Bonnybridge Queen for Gala Day

Stephanie is the Bonnybridge Queen for Gala Day

Back by popular demand, the Bonnybridge community will again be holding its Gala Day on Saturday, August 4.

Lifestyle
Police arrested a 16-year-old in connection with an incident on High Street, Bonnybridge

Teenager arrested in connection with Bonnybridge knife threat incident

A teenager was arrested after allegedly threatening a man with a knife in Bonnybridge.

Crime
Picture: Drivers may face a �99 pre-authorisation fee when paying at the pump, TSPL

Nine year ban for big boss’s red fuel folly

The head of a freight transport firm got into hot water when he illegally used red diesel to fuel his fleet.

Crime
Man guilty of attacking Bonnybridge mum

Man guilty of attacking Bonnybridge mum

A thug who attacked a teenager and a mother-of-three is facing jail after subjecting both to years of abuse.

Crime
The end result of the Make Bonnybridge Bonny litter pick

Make Bonnybridge Bonny litter pick hailed a ‘huge’ success

A campaign aimed at tackling littering in Bonnybridge is gathering pace following a “hugely successful” community clean-up.

Environment
Power tools stolen from Bonnybridge property

Power tools stolen from Bonnybridge property

A number of power tools have been stolen from a container in Bonnybridge.

Crime
Greenhill Historical Society members hope to secure funding for a Bonnybridge and District Heritage Park (Picture by Michael Gillen)

Plans for Bonnybridge and District Heritage Park move step closer

Villagers’ hopes to create a heritage park dedicated to Bonnybridge and its surrounding areas could soon come to fruition.

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Bonnybridge community councillors Brian Hastings (right) and Fiona Russell are asking for support to stop littering. Picture by Michael Gillen.

Residents launch Make Bonnybridge Bonny campaign to tackle littering issue

A campaign has been launched to ensure Bonnybridge is kept clean amid growing concerns over littering in the town.

Environment
Bonnybridge man targets door

Bonnybridge man targets door

A 49-year-old man admitted kicking a door in Denny, as well as shouting, swearing and making threats.

Crime
Van stolen overnight

Van stolen overnight

Police are appealing for help to trace those responsible for stealing a van.

Crime
Warning after worker hits power cable

Warning after worker hits power cable

A contractor had a lucky escape when he struck an underground electric cable while working on a customer’s driveway.

Business

Elderly couple terrified by Bonnybridge snowball attacks

Elderly residents found themselves in the midst of an iceball attack as anti-social behaviour continues to blight a town.

Crime
Greens choice for Bonnybridge and Larbert by-election

Greens choice for Bonnybridge and Larbert by-election

Former Larbert High teacher David Robertson is the Greens candidate for next month’s Bonnybridge and Larbert by-election.

Politics
Niall Coleman, left, will fight for the Bonnybridge/Larbert seat left vacant by the death of his father Tom Coleman last year

Hoping to carry on dad’s work

The SNP has looked to family first to select its candidate to fight a forthcoming by-election in the hopes a son can carry on his late father’s work.

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Former Falkirk councillor hoping for quick return to politics

Former Falkirk councillor hoping for quick return to politics

A former councillor is hoping to be re-elected to Falkirk Council – nine months after losing her seat.

Politics
Death of Falkirk Provost Tom Coleman

Death of Falkirk Provost Tom Coleman

The Provost of Falkirk Council, Tom Coleman, has died in hospital following a short illness.

Politics
Billy Buchanan.

Praise for village flag flying

A village’s impressive turnout for a merchant navy memorial event has earned high praise from charity Seafarers UK.

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Move family before they hurt us ... or we hurt them

Move family before they hurt us ... or we hurt them

Police and local authority staff were given a stark ultimatum by a community near breaking point over one family’s ongoing anti-social behaviour.

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