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    From Friday, some coronavirus regulations in Scotland will be relaxed. Up to 4 people from up to 2 households can meet outdoors, including in private gardens. Kids aged 12-17 can meet in groups of 4 outdoors from up to 4 households. Outdoor non-contact sports can take place with up to 15 people. Nicola Sturgeon says […]

    Tributes are being paid to a staff member at an additional support needs school, after she died from coronavirus. Kathleen McMahon worked at Carrongrange High in Grangemouth. Falkirk Council say she was “loved by the children and young people she supported.” On Monday, a spokesperson said: “Staff and pupils were saddened to hear of the […]

    Braehead Primary and Nursery has closed for most kids this week, following positive coronavirus tests. The closure comes just a few weeks after younger pupils returned to class in Scotland. Kids who’re classed as vulnerable or those who’s parents are key workers can still go in for teaching this week. The school is expected to […]

    A new Covid-19 testing site has opened in Bo’ness. It’s part of an expansion of mobile testing units across the country. The hub will be based at Bo’ness Recreation Centre, and will be open until Sunday. Tests must be booked in advance. Anyone who lives or works in Bo’ness can make an appointment via the […]

    Stirling University is taking part in a collaborative study looking into rehabilitation for people with long Covid. Alongside Robert Gordon Uni, the research aims to recommend the best way for people suffering with long term effects to recover. Symptoms include breathing problems and extreme fatigue. Dr Edward Duncan, one of the researchers, says: “There are […]

    League 1 and 2 clubs say they want to return to action on 20th March – and play a 22 game season. A statement says there’s a consensus for 18 games to be played, followed by a 4 game split in each league. All 20 clubs are hoping to return to action on 20th March. […]

    Mobile coronavirus testing centres are being set up in Plean and Cowie – after a high number of positive cases. The hub will be at Balfour Community Centre today and tomorrow, and at Cowie Primary School this weekend. Mobile coronavirus testing centres are being set up in Plean and Cowie – after a high number […]

    The most recent government figures show Falkirk has the highest number of coronavirus cases in the country. From 22nd February – 28th February, 259 cases were reported. During that same week, Stirling had 138 which was the second highest in Scotland. Clackmannanshire had the 4th highest with 63 – West Lothian was third. Overall, the […]

    Plans for a £2.5million road to be built in Stirling’s Viewforth have been shelved for now. The project would have seen a link road built from St Ninian’s Road through to the Braehead area. The halt comes following a petition from locals and MPs to scrap the project and focus on the coronavirus crisis and […]

    A second bus driver from the First Bus depot in Larbert has died in the space of a fortnight. Robert Fraser passed away on Sunday. In a statement, the company say their “thoughts and sincere condolences” are with his family. It follows the death of fellow driver Thomas Rooney, who passed away last month after […]