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IN PICTURES: Tam Dalyell memorial service

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Help us shape the future of much loved local museum

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Council tax freeze for some but others are feeling the squeeze

Council tax: How will you be affected?

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Karen Lau, pictured right, with link worker Susan Rendell

Shifting the focus from illness to person

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Party at the Palace line up announced

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Help us shape the future of much loved local museum

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Bridge drivers who defy bans may face tougher sanctions

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Dig in at the Dock targeted by ‘idiots’

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A CSREC session on hate crime with Police Scotland

Group welcomes review into hate crime

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Broxburn burglars were caught in the act

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Bridge drivers who defy bans may face tougher sanctions

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Train misery with delays for commuters

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Falkirk High Station pre-1915

Rail line celebrates 175th anniversary

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There were massive tailbacks last month due to overturned lorry closing Forth Road Bridge. Pic: Michael Gillen

Lorries defying wind limits may face tougher penalties

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Group welcomes review into hate crime

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Broxburn burglars were caught in the act

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Paedophile Paul McIndoer outside Livingston Sheriff Court

Paedophile caught with horrific child pornography awaits sentence

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Cannabis grower is sentenced

Crime

New exhibition celebrating women from Scotland’s history

Education

Over 25 shops in town signed up to ‘odd item out’ kids’ competition

Business

New teacher recruitment drive launched

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The winning pupils pictured with Ross Gunning

Megamix winner for St Joseph’s pupils

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Council tax: How will you be affected?

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13-08-2016. Picture Michael Gillen. LINLITHGOW. Party at the Palace 2016. Day one.

Party at the Palace line up announced

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Bridge drivers who defy bans may face tougher sanctions

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Train misery with delays for commuters

Transport

IN PICTURES: Tam Dalyell memorial service

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Sir Tam Dalyell memorial service

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the funding during a visit to South Lanarkshire.

£10 million pounds for organisations to tackle climate change

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Scottish Water says its charges will still be lower than the UK average after a 1.6 per cent increase.

Increase in Scottish Water charges to fund investment

Environment

Shifting the focus from illness to person

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Are you game for the sporting digital challenge?

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Shigellosis: Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug

Health

Review after 24 baby deaths in 12 months

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Vitamin D supplements key to combating common cold

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