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    Two local parliamentary constituencies could be created under plans to change electoral boundaries in Scotland. The Boundary Commission for Scotland has launched a survey, after a proposal to reduce Scotland’s Westminster seats from 59 to 57. Clackmannanshire and Falkirk would be covered by Mid Forth Valley and Forth Valley South. Stirling would remain unchanged. The […]

    People aged 50 to 59 are now able to book their booster vaccinations. Both the Covid-19 and flu vaccine will be offered to people in this age group. Figures from Public Health Scotland show just over 67,000 Covid-19 booster doses have been given out across Forth Valley. Meanwhile, an online portal has launched for people […]

    Fire crews have been battling a blaze at a flat in Denny this afternoon. Three fire engines rushed to the scene at Dryburgh Avenue when the alarm was raised around 2pm. It’s unclear what started the fire and there are no reports of any casualties. A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were […]

    A major project, collecting environmental data across the Forth Valley, is being launched at Cop26 today. The Forth Environmental Resilience Array will use state-of-the-art technology to monitor the Firth of Forth in real time. It will examine information such as water quality and quantity. The project is being led by the University of Stirling. It’s […]

    Restrictions on visiting patients at Forth Valley hospitals are to be reintroduced from Monday, after a rise in coronavirus cases. Patients will be allowed to have one 45 minute visit a day from up to two people. All visits must be arranged in advance. The new arrangements are in line with previous Level 1 restrictions. […]

    A Forth Valley group, which provides support to family members affected by substance misuse, has received £200,000 in lottery funding. Transform Forth Valley is using the money to continue their 1-to-1 services for children and young people. Diane Cairns, Service Manager, Transform Forth Valley, said: “This funding will allow us to continue to deliver compassionate, […]

    Falkirk High Train Station’s set to become Scotland’s first net-zero carbon station. Scotrail made the announcement, in line with plans to decarbonise Scotland’s Railway by 2035. The station was chosen as it sits on Scotrail’s flagship route between Edinburgh and Glasgow. Financed by its annual Sustainability Innovation Fund, ScotRail plans to achieve the carbon-neutral goal […]

    A&E waiting times in the Forth Valley are the worst in Scotland. That’s according to new data from Public Health Scotland – which shows 51.8% of patients are being seen within four hours. That’s an increase from last week – but is still well below the Scottish Government’s target of 95%. Health Secretary Humza Yousaf […]

    NHS Forth Valley has missed a key A&E waiting time target. Just 46.9% of A&E patients in the Forth Valley have been seen within four hours. That’s according to new figures from Public Health Scotland, looking at the week ending 17th October. It’s the lowest figure in Scotland. Last week, NHS Forth Valley apologised for […]

    A new police station in Alloa has officially opened today. The station is based at Clackmannanshire Council’s headquarters. All frontline services have been moved but some staff will remain at the old Mar Place site for a few months. Speaking about the move, Local Area Commander Chief Inspector Audrey Marsh said: “Today marks a significant […]