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    Plans have been unveiled for a new Dumyat visitor hub. The £200,000 project will include more off-road parking, tourist signage, and improvements to existing footpaths. Clacks Council’s secured funding from VisitScotland for the new site. The Council’s spokesperson for Environment, Cllr Craig Holden, said: “I welcome this successful bid to the Rural Tourism Infrastructure Fund […]

    A Falkirk company has won a contract to provide 1,000 uniforms for volunteers at this year’s COP26 summit in Glasgow. Lion Safety, which is family-run, will produce the outfits, which are made from recycled and sustainable fabrics. Leaders from across the globe will descend on Scotland for the event. Laurie Lewis, Sales and Marketing Director […]

    A group, supporting people in Falkirk recovering from addiction, has been given £9,500 in lottery funding. Fire & Peace Recovery takes people on camping trips across Scotland. It’s the first time they’ve ever received lottery funding. Other local groups to receive funding today are: Clackmannan Bowling Club – £10,000 – The group will use the […]

    All of mainland Scotland will move to Level 0 on Monday July 19th, Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed. There’s been some modifications to the Level 0 guidance though and the First Minister says face masks will remain a requirement for “some time.” The move on Monday means 8 people from 4 households can meet inside their […]

    A “toxic” culture of mismanagement at Forth Valley Royal Hospital’s A&E department is leading to patient safety being put at risk. That’s according to frontline health workers, who told an independent review they were “battle-weary”. The review says a number of senior staff quit their jobs – leading to shifts being filled by unsupervised junior […]

    Police have found a body in the search for a missing woman from Falkirk. 50-year-old Gillian Ballantyne was reported missing on Tuesday. Police say her next of kin are aware. In a statement, Forth Valley Police said: “A body has been found in the Cumbernauld area during searches for missing person Gillian Ballantyne. The 50-year-old […]

    A 10-year-old boy from Bo’ness has been recognised in this year’s Pride of Scotland Awards. Aaron Hunter was the first child in the world to receive a ‘heart in a box’ transplant and has won a Child of Courage prize for his bravery. He was born with hypo-plastic left heart syndrome, meaning he only had […]

    Forth Valley Royal Hospital is celebrating its 10th birthday today. Staff there have been supporting patients for a decade since the building opened its doors on July 6th 2011. We have been hearing from some of the local heroes including Catherine Clark who’s a staff nurse in day medicine. She said: “Forth Valley’s a great […]

    All mainland health boards in Scotland are offering drop-in coronavirus vaccination clinics from Monday. It means anyone who’s aged 18 or over can get their first vaccine, without booking an appointment. Figures from Public Health Scotland show 88.5% of adults in the Forth Valley have been given a jag. NHS Forth Valley have confirmed the […]

    The Scottish Government says booster covid vaccines will be offered to certain priority groups from September. The move is in response to interim advice from the Joint Committee on Immunisation and Immunisation. Health Secretary Humza Yousaf said: “The Scottish Government welcomes the interim advice from the JCVI that – in order to maximise protection in […]