Central FM News
Sturgeon boycotts conference featuring Steve Bannon
Scotland’s First Minister has pulled out of a conference after learning that former White House strategist Steve Bannon will speak at the event.
Big savings for commuters from Forth Valley travelling to cities
Workers who live in Falkirk and Dunblane are among those saving the most amount of money by regularly commuting to and from Edinburgh.
Outlaw King premiere to take place tonight
The premiere of a Robert the Bruce biopic, filmed across the Forth Valley, takes place in Edinburgh this evening.
Warning over food waste
There’s been a warning some people are fuelling food waste, by not checking their fridge is the right temperature.
Kerse Road Bridge to re-open
The Kerse Road Bridge in Stirling will re-open today, following months of disruption.
Delivery driver could be “key witness” after serious assault of woman in Stirling
Police have issued an appeal for witnesses, after a woman was seriously assaulted in Stirling.
Falkirk Council pleased with progress on new headquarters
Falkirk Council say progress has been made on plans to create a new headquarters for the local authority.
Charity warns of “livestreaming” risk
One in six children aged 7 to 16 say they’ve video-chatted online to someone they’d never met.
Majority of Scots living in rural areas support wind energy
Two thirds of Scots living in rural areas back the use of onshore wind energy.
Stirling Council worker up for two national housing prizes
A Stirling Council worker is up for two national prizes, for her efforts in bringing empty homes back into use.
Stirling MP looks at work done by robotics in Forth Valley Royal Hospital
The MP for Stirling has been shown how robotics is aiding staff at NHS Forth Valley Royal hospital.
Nearly 1800 Falkirk kids taking part in swimming programme
Almost 1800 children in the Falkirk area are taking part in ‘Learn to Swim’ sessions, according to new figures.