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    Martin Rennie has been appointed as the new Falkirk head coach. He takes over with the side fifth in League 1. Rennie, who is from Larbert, has spent time coaching in South Korea and America. In a statement, Falkirk FC said: “The Board of Falkirk Football Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Martin […]

    Falkirk have sacked manager Paul Sheerin. The Bairns suffered a 6-0 defeat to Queen’s Park on Saturday, and are currently fifth in the League 1 table. Former Hearts and St.Johnstone player Danny Grainger will take interim charge – he was assistant manager to Sheerin. In a statement, the club said: “Falkirk Football Club has today […]

    Two people have been charged in connection with the death of Anthony Parsons from Tillicoultry. He was reported missing to police in 2017, and his body was discovered near the A82 at Bridge of Orchy in January 2021. The two men, both aged 29, are to appear at Dumbarton Sheriff Court today. In a statement, […]

    Tributes are being paid to a Stirling County and Scotland rugby player, after her sudden death. Siobhan Cattigan made 19 appearances for the national side – including all three games at this year’s Six Nations. Scottish Rugby say their thoughts are with Stirling County. In a statement, Stirling County said: “It’s with a heavy heart […]

    Staff at Stirling University are going on strike today – in a row over pensions and pay. They’re walking out for three days from today. The UCU union says the action will just be the start of “sustained disruption” if employers fail to negotiate. UCU general secretary Jo Grady said: ‘It is deeply regrettable that […]

    A number of people in rural Stirling towns have spent another night without power – as the area deals with the impact of Storm Arwen. Callander, Killin, Deanston and Port of Menteith are among the areas affected. Doune, Strathyre and Aberfoyle Primary schools are being used as welfare facilities for those impacted by power cuts. […]

    A man’s been sent to prison for four and a half years after a number of “serious” sexual offences in Stirling. Arthur Kelly was convicted last month for a number of offences on young girls. The incidents took place between 1981 and 2014. He was sentenced at Stirling Sheriff Court yesterday. Police Scotland say his […]

    An announcement from the First Minister this afternoon has confirmed that Vaccine Passports will NOT be used to gain entry to more venues across Scotland. It was hinted at last week, that Scotland would introduce proof of vaccination to enter bars, restaurants and cinemas. This will not be introduced due to a steady “stabilisation” of […]

    Police have found a body in the search for missing Falkirk woman Leanne Beattie. The 36 year old was reported missing on Friday. Officers found the body in the River Carron yesterday. The death is not being treated as suspicious. In a statement, Police Scotland said: “Around 3.45pm on Saturday, 20 November, the body of […]

    New figures show A&E waiting times at Forth Valley Royal continue to be the lowest in Scotland – despite an improvement in recent weeks. 58.9% of patients were seen within four hours, in the week ending 7th November. That’s up from last week’s figure of 51.1%, but is still below the Scottish Government’s target of […]