22 May 2013: 6:14am
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LOCAL student Susan Peattie has decided to miss her graduation ceremony tomorrow (Thursday) in a bid to conquer one of the highest mountains in the world.Read
COUNCIL set TO SPEND £6M IN BID TOSAVE MONEY?Read
STIRLING Council has saved a whopping £713,000 in energy costs in one year.Read
A DISPUTE between neighbours over a recycling bin led to a man being knocked unconscious, Stirling Sheriff Court heard on Monday.Read
FEARS that a crematorium could be sited at Plean Country Park led to outcry from the public.Read
KIPPEN was the venue for the first housing-related engagement of Keith Brown MSP.Read
DOUNE-BORN Jamie Graham has completed a second gruelling rowing event on the River Thames to raise cash for Alzheimer’s Research UK.Read
PLANS for a new house on farmland at Killearn have found favour with councillors – but only if a legal agreement is drawn up tying the house to the business.Read
FRESH proposals for demolishing a house in a picturesque area of Killearn and replacing it with a new home have been submitted to Stirling Council planners.Read
A MAN who pestered his ex-girlfriend after they split was granted an absolute discharge when he appeared in court this week.Read
A MAN who went on a midnight wrecking spree in Bridge of Allan during a spell of “drug induced psychosis” appeared in court this week.Read
WORKERS at the UCP factory in Bridge of Allan took part in strike action on Wednesday.Read
SIGNS encouraging people to attend the recent Kippen Street Fayre were stolen in the build-up to the event, it emerged this week.Read
MORE than £60,000 worth of drugs were seized from addresses in Stirling and Fallin this week, according to police..Read
CHILDREN have lodged a petition in a bid to stop a field in Killearn from being developed by Stirling Council.Read
A MAN who wrecked a television after hitting the booze has been ordered to carry out 150 hours of community service.Read
A SOLDIER who has served in Afghanistan was fined £200 earlier this week for committing a breach of the peace.Read
IN 2010, the BBC and British Museum’s “History of the World in 100 Objects” became an inspiration to many.Read
A LIFE of ordinary events has inspired a young mum to pen her first collection of poetry.Read
QUEEN Victoria School in Dunblane looks to have been saved from Government cuts following fears it would be axed.Read
Persistent wet weather has caused the cancellation of Drymen Show, scheduled for next Saturday.Read
An ophthalmic nurse who dedicated herself to bringing sight to the poor has been hailed as one of Scotland’s greatest heroes.Read
MSP Bruce Crawford has been in touch with Stirling Council over concerns he says have been raised with him about moves to reduce the number of classes at Gargunnock Primary School.Read
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