Linlithgow Journal and Gazette

Millions of pounds stolen through cyber enabled crime in Scotland

Additional carriages will be added to train services on Saturday for the rugby.  Picture: Michael Gillen.

Additional train carriages for Scotland v England rugby

Midhope Castle - under siege from Outlander tourists.

Outlander louts’ threat to our historic sites

Sunny spells

Car stolen after keys taken in Linlithgow break-in


Group opposed to Ineos road closure calls for more support


MPs must protect the local press from damaging Lords amendment

Hillwalkers are being urged to take care and be prepared for all kinds of weather.

Hillwalkers urged to be aware of dangers posed by bad weather

British Transport Police are supporting the campaign to tackle knife crime.

Transport police take campaign to tackle knife crime on to our railways

Pictured: Alison Strauss, Director HippFest 2018; Dr Trevor Griffiths from the University of Edinburgh who will talk about Billie Ritchie; Maureen Campbell, Falkirk Community Trust Chief Executive; David Allison, who will perform his new score to the original Last of the Mohicans and Nicola Kettlewood, Producer HippFest 2018. Pic by Michael Gillen

Hippfest continues to punch well above its weight

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Woodland scene with Natasha Watson in the role of Giselle and Jonathan Barton as Count Albrecht.  (Photo: Ryan James Davies)

Ballet West’s first-time tour of the classic Giselle ou les Wilis

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One of last year's performers, Amy MacDonald. Pic: Michael Gillen

Headline acts announced for Party at the Palace 2018

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Former police officer Ian McNeish, who is originally from Bonnybridge, will releaes his new book The Fearn Bobby on March 30 2018. It examines his career in the police force, containing many humorous and horrendous stories about his time in the Falkirk and Bo'ness areas.'Contributed images.

New book delves into the past of former Bonnybridge chief inspector Ian

Killer set...Seal turned on the style with his big band at the Usher Hall in Edinuburgh on Saturday night, performing Standards as well as some of his biggest hits. (Pic: Robert Kidd)

Seal is a sensation singing Standards in Scotland

Red flags...should be flying for potential puppy owners if they are ever asked to pick up their new pet from a car park. So it's best to Adopt, Don't Shop. (Pic: Courtesy of the SSPCA)

Readers can help improve animal welfare in Scotland