Strike action hits Forth Valley railways
There will be no trains to Stirling, Dunblane or Alloa today, as strike action hits the Forth Valley.
Man responsible for Grangemouth teenager death jailed
Sami Ullah Jabbar (29) was sentenced to five years in prison after hitting cyclist, Harley Smith (16) in November 2020.
Reduction in Falkirk buses
Some bus services in Falkirk are being cut - due to a rise in costs.
Forth Valley fighter joins UFC roster
Chris Duncan joins the prestigious line-up along side some of the world's greatest current fighters.
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Man arrested after 87-year-old stabbed to death on mobility scooter
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University of Leeds 'deeply concerned' for student jailed for 34 years in Saudi Arabia
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MP Margaret Ferrier pleads guilty to breaching COVID rules after being told to isolate early in pandemic
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Sir Jim's determination should on no account be underestimated
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Truss set to win Tory leadership race beating Sunak by decisive margin, Sky News poll suggests
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'We can't tolerate being bullied or hoodwinked' - Fresh transport strikes set to cause more travel chaos
Rail, Tube and bus passengers are set to face four days of travel misery as tens of thousands of workers stage another round of strikes.