23 March 2013: 10:17am
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A CALLANDER pharmacist has launched a campaign to try to help people with impaired vision “see” what medication they have to take.Read
A COMMUNITY archaeological dig has rediscovered the lost Place of Killearn – a 17th century laird’s house and designed landscape.Read
RURAL residents have been invited to join the new Trossachs Community Choir, which gets underway next month.Read
A PROJECT that will herald the start of a new era for the David Marshall Lodge in Aberfoyle received a £700,000 boost this week.Read
SCOTLAND’S sodden summer has already put paid to a number of high-profile events with the latest locally being last weekend’s Doune and Dunblane Show and Stirling Highland Games.Read
STIRLING cyclist Dave Niven teamed up with record-breaker Mark Beaumont this week to launch Scotland's inaugural 24-hour track cycling endurance event.Read
BALFRON craftsman Callum Gray has landed a national award for his stone-working talents.Read
MORE than 3000 babies have been born at Forth Valley Royal Hospital since it was officially opened by the Queen a year ago.Read
TRANSPORT services in the area’s rural communities are beginning to return to normality following the demise of a local coach firm.Read
CHIMPANZEES could communicate with as many as ten of the same gestures used by humans, a study conducted by the University of Stirling has found.Read
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