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Falkirk MSP backs life-saving machines
Lives could be saved by making an easy-to use piece of equipment more widely available in communities.
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Numbers taking Falkirk trains still rising
With five stations in the area - Falkirk High and Grahamston, Larbert, Camelon and Polmont - there were over three million journeys made in 2011/12.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Kelpies light up the Falkirk sky
The Kelpies officially came to life with a spectacular light show which captivated the thousands who turned out for tonight's event.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
10 things to do across Scotland this weekend
Cult Fife-based music collective and record label Fence mark Easter with another of their boutique music happenings.
Falkirk filmmakers putting horror fans in the frame
Fans of the horror movie genre can 'chill' out to a new thriller that will satisfy their senses in more ways than one.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Funds lost as wealthy churches quit in new gay protest
TWO of the wealthiest Church of Scotland congregations are quitting the Kirk just weeks before the General Assembly over the issue of gay ordination.
The Daily Record
Saints cup final travel chaos
Mephedrone warning issued as girl, 19, becomes latest young Scot to die after drugs binge as party carnage leaves another four in hospital POLICE believe Helen Henderson took the notorious drug MCAT - and ketamine - which is used as a horse tranquliser during the house party THE 41-year-old star of The Other Woman - a film about fidelity - revealed ... (more)
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The Daily Record
Young Scots 2014: Group fighting for teenagers in care have been hailed our young heroes
YOUNG Care Leaver Campaigners won a standing ovation after receiving the prestigious accolade at our glittering ceremony in Glasgow last week.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Letham Moss drilling decision "months" away
A decision by Scottish Government Reporters into an energy company's bid to drill for natural gas near Airth is likely to be months away.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Man fell ill, 'lost two stones' after ecstasy pill
POLICE have issued yet another drugs warning after a man fell seriously ill from a new type of ecstasy tablet.
Family wait for news on missing Bainsford man David Paterson
Chief Inspector Mandy Paterson, Falkirk Area Commander, said the scale of the hunt was because the disappearance was "totally out of character".
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Kelpies lit up for the first time
A lighting test has provided a sneak peek of the two 300 tonne, 30m tall sculptures in their prime.
Commuters should expect the biggest train timetable that Scotland has ever seen during Games
ScotRail today announced it is planning the biggest train timetable that Scotland has ever seen for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this summer.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Camelon centre gets Maggie's off to flying start
Kind-hearted people who use a community education centre have raised a whopping sum for the new Maggie's Centre.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Dart Inquiry: Rules will be strictly followed
Dart Energy has told the public inquiry into its drilling plans for Airth it will fully comply with all the relevent agencies to secure the licences it will need if planning permission to start producing coal bed methane gas commercially is granted by Scottish Government Reporters.
Forth Valley hospitals extend visiting times
From today, the new hours at NHS Forth Valley Royal Hospital as well as the four community hospitals at Falkirk, Stirling, Bo'ness and Alloa for inpatients are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Group of the Week: Falkirk Natural History & Archaeological Society
The Falkirk Natural History & Archaeological Society was founded circa 1903 and is concerned with the natural history and archaeological heritage of Falkirk and the surrounding area.
Calling on Falkirk folk to walk the Moonwalk
There's still time to enter this year's MoonWalk Scotland and raise vital funds for breast cancer charities north of the border.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Forth axes biomass plants after SSE's about-turn
Controversial plans to create three biomass plants in Scotland have been scrapped after power supplier SSE decided to scale back its investments in renewable energy.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
Nanaimo Daily News
Steel sculptures of 2 horse heads by Scottish artist come to NYC park
This photo provided by the Scottish Government shows two monumental sculptures of horses in New York's Bryant Park Friday, March 21, 2014.