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    A delivery driver’s suffered facial injuries after being attacked in West Lothian. The 47-year-old was on Loanfoot Road in Uphall yesterday afternoon when he was attacked by a group of teenagers. He was taken to St John’s Hospital in Livingstone for treatment. Detective Constable Tony Gilhooley from Livingston CID said: “This has been a frightening […]

    Police in Linlithgow are warning teenagers that antisocial behaviour will be dealt with robustly – after a spate of incidents. Locals have reported young people under the influence of alcohol and vandalism to properties. A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We would like to appeal to parents to be aware of where their children are on […]

    A Stirling University study’s found routine sparring in boxing can have a knock-on effect on the brain. Researchers found boxers who’d sparred had reduced memory performance, as well as short term brain-to-muscle impairments. It follows a 2016 study, which looked at the impact of heading footballs. Dr Tom Di Virgilio led the study: “For many […]

    Three people have been arrested after £195,000 worth of cannabis was discovered in Falkirk. The raided a house in the town’s Windsor Road on Wednesday and found the drugs. A 45-year-old woman and two men, aged 34 and 20, were arrested and have now been charged. All three appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court yesterday. Detective […]

    Councils have been urged to maintain funding for children with additional support needs. A coalition of disability charities has written a letter to all 32 of Scotland’s local authorities. They say money spent on helping youngsters is an investment in the future. Almost 200,000 young people across the country are said to require specialist support. […]

    A lack of plans to extend the rail line east of Alloa has been criticised by a Forth Valley MSP. Proposals to bring back the Alloa to Dunfermline line were not included in Nicola Sturgeon’s latest Programme for Government. Public meetings have been taking place over the last few months, gathering public opinion on the […]

    Stirling Council say the public response to their appeal for school clothing has been “overwhelming”. The local authority launched a website last month, allowing parents in the area to order free uniforms. 1 in 5 children in the Stirling area are living in poverty, according to the local authority’s latest figures. It was announced earlier […]

    More than a quarter of older people in the Forth Valley say they feel lonely some, or most of the time. The study, by charity Age Scotland, found one in four over-60s don’t meet up with a friend, relative or neighbour even once a week. People living in deprived areas are also nearly twice as […]

    There are concerns people in the Forth Valley aren’t claiming Council Tax Reduction they’re entitled to. Figures show over 9,000 fewer households were claiming in June this year, compared to the same period 12 months ago. It’s worth around £700 on average. The number of people claiming the reduction has declined in Scotland every year […]

    Events are taking place today to mark the 150th anniversary of the Wallace Monument. 135,000 people come to see the Monument every year – making it one of Scotland’s most popular attractions. Today marks the 150th anniversary of @TheWallaceMon The landmark opened its doors on this day back in 1869. It's estimated around 9 million […]