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    A disused piece of land in Camelon’s to be transformed into housing for young people who are living in care. Falkirk Council’s planning committee approved proposals to turn a patch of land near Union Road into four small flats. The housing’s going to young people, who will be supported by a full-time member of staff, […]

    A special service is taking place in Stirling this evening, to remember babies who have died. Bereaved parents and families are being invited to the event at St.Mary’s Church – which has been organised by stillbirth charity ‘Sands’. It’s part of a series of UK-wide services for those who’ve lost a young child. The service […]

    The number of Scottish companies has risen. Figures from the Federation of Small Businesses show nearly 179,000 firms are registered across Scotland – up 2,500 from last year. Their research also shows 99.3% of all Scottish businesses are either small or medium sized. Andrew McRae, FSB’s Scotland policy chair, said: “The last decade has been […]

    NHS Forth Valley’s announced a series of measures to ease pressure on the health service over winter. The health board’s introducing on-the-spot flu testing – in a bid to reduce the spread of infection. Outpatient antibiotic therapy’s set to be extended – a pilot last year led to nearly 400 patients receiving support at their […]

    One of the Forth Valley’s top sporting stars will be back in action this week. Olympic silver medalist Duncan Scott is part of the Great Britain team taking part in this week’s European Short Course Swimming championships in Glasgow. 🚨 3⃣ DAYS TO GO 🚨 ✨ Find out more about the @britishswimming stars who will […]

    Grangemouth’s petrochemical plant will test its warning system this afternoon. The system will broadcast warning tones and verbal instructions to the public – to ensure they’re aware of how to react in the unlikely event of a major incident. Residents are being reassured that they won’t need to take any action. The test will take […]

    More than 1 in 10 pensioners will eat Christmas dinner alone. Meanwhile, almost a quarter of older people say they’re not looking forward to the festive season. Age Scotland, who collated the figures, are urging people to spend more time with elderly relatives and neighbours. Brian Sloan, Chief Executive of Age Scotland, said: “We’re told […]

    The family of a young girl in Falkirk, who has a rare form of cancer, are trying to raise almost £250,000 for their daughter’s treatment in New York. 13-year-old Ashlee Easton, who goes to Braes High School, suffers from High Risk Neuroblastoma – which she’s been battling for over seven years. The vaccine is not […]

    SGN say their efforts to reconnect gas supplies across the Falkirk area are “well ahead of schedule”. But they admit it will take their engineers “a couple of days” to reach everyone, with vulnerable residents being prioritised. People living in Larbert, Carronshore and Langlees, among others, were left without heat due to the fault. A […]

    Women who are experiencing domestic violence are not getting the legal advice and support they need. That’s according to a report by Women’s Aid Scotland. It’s calling on the government to make legal representation more accessible to survivors of domestic abuse. Dr Marsha Scott, Chief Executive of Scottish Women’s Aid, said: “Women, children and young […]