Central FM News
Funding to continue for projects that tackle food poverty in Scotland
Funding’s to be continued for projects that help people move away from emergency food support.
“Significant concerns” raised over three Forth Valley care homes
Three Forth Valley care homes have been told to make urgent improvements by inspectors.
MSPs to stage final debate on EU Continuity Bill
MSPs will have a final debate this afternoon on emergency Brexit legislation put forward by the Scottish Government.
Silent Film Festival to begin in Bo’ness
Bo’ness will play host to the eighth annual ‘HippFest’ from today until Sunday.
Report brands female drinking stereotypes “unfair”
A new report has found women are treated more harshly than men for excessive drinking.
Key Forth Valley route to close for five weeks after cracks appear
The A801 Avon Gorge Road is to close tomorrow (21st March) at 6am, for five weeks, after “significant” cracks appeared in the carriageway.
Men named following fatal collision on M9 near Plean
Police have named the two men killed in the fatal collision on the M9 at the weekend.
Ethics watchdog to investigate Mark McDonald claims
An ethics watchdog will look into claims against disgraced MSP Mark McDonald, after receiving a complaint from a former SNP colleague.
Scottish Affairs Committee to discuss immigration
MPs will later begin their final session looking into immigration and Scotland.
More than £500,000 available in new young people lottery fund
Community groups in the Forth Valley are being invited to apply for grants from a new national fund.
Campaign launched to tackle racist or religious bullying
There are fears young people in Scotland are “suffering in silence” after being bullied about their race or religion.
Forth Valley project helping youngsters into work launches
A new programme to help young people into employment is to launch in the Forth Valley for the first time.