22 March 2013: 3:38am
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CABINET Secretary for Rural Affairs and Environment Richard Lochhead visited the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park this week to hear how a £1.1 million investment is to be spent.Read
ALVA businesswomen Angie Craven and Susan Fleming are hoping to enjoy the sweet taste of success after being nominated for a national honour.Read
ALLOTMENTS are coming a step closer for avid gardeners in Doune.Read
POLICE said this week that a man trapped inside a car for 17 hours after the vehicle had fallen down a ravine, was recovering in hospital.Read
NATIONWIDE pub chain JD Wetherspoon has submitted a two-pronged bid to open a venue in the centre of Stirling – yards from where the firm hopes to open a separate venture.Read
McDONALDS have been told they’ve had their chips over plans to build a fast food restaurant near St Modans High School.Read
RESIDENTS at Camphill Blair Drummond have blazed a trail as part of a photography project that’s hoped will put the focus on Stirling.Read
DUNBLANE-BASED police officer Jim Young insists he’s determined to clamp down on the alcohol-fuelled anti-social behaviour said to be blighting the lives of those using Laighhills Park.Read
RUNNERS inspired by the exploits of their Olympic heroes will get the chance to go for gold at the Killin 10K.Read
DELEGATES gathered in Stirling last week to officially recognise the contribution the voluntary sector makes to the work of the emergency services.Read
SCOTTISH music legends Hue and Cry are heading to Strathblane later this year to mark a milestone for a respected charity.Read
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