22 March 2013: 10:00pm
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AN INSPECTION into performance levels at Central Scotland Police and the region’s police board has been warmly welcomed by figureheads.Read
FOUR former Balfron High School pupils are among 91 students from across Scotland to gain international internships through the Saltire Foundation – the highest number of students from any secondary school.Read
NEW funding has enabled a popular charity to extend its services into Stirling’s rural areas.Read
PUB giant JD Wetherspoon’s plan to open a bar in Stirling’s former tax office will be debated for a second time by licensing chiefs.Read
TWO of this weekend’s major events have been hit by the weather.Read
STIRLING’S own regiment the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders are to be reduced to company status as part of the latest moves to cut defence spending.Read
WORK towards a new Bannockburn Heritage Centre passed another milestone last week.Read
A SENIOR police officer warned that anti-social behaviour during a large-scale Orange Order march in Stirling tomorrow (Saturday) “will not be tolerated”.Read
LONG-STANDING transport firm Aberfoyle Coaches Ltd has been liquidated.Read
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