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NSPCC reports a surge in racial bullying
Children as young as nine have been branded “terrorists” after recent attacks.
Housing development in Cowie rejected over school fears
Planning permission for 500 homes in Cowie have been rejected.
Forth Valley groups set to benefit from extra funding boost
Several schools, charities and youth groups across the Forth Valley are set to received their share of a £3.8 million from the Big Lottery fund. The local organisations that will benefit from a share of the pot are: The Alloa East End Bowling Club in Clackmannanshire have received £7,580 to install an access ramp system […]
Stirling’s Engine Shed launched
The Engine Shed has been launched in Stirling this morning by the Culture Secretary.
Scottish Labour to bring forward a bill to ban fracking
Scottish Labour is to bring forward a Bill aimed at banning fracking.
First ever “Binos Live” event to take place today
The first ever “Binos Live” event will take place at Forthbank Stadium in Stirling today.
Strathyre Primary to undergo refurbishment works
Stirling Council have confirmed plans to refurbish Strathyre Primary School.
Member’s Bill lodged to scrap Offensive Behaviour Act
A bid to scrap a controversial law aimed at tackling sectarian behaviour at football has been officially lodged at the Scottish Parliament.
Police appeal for information following Callander crash
Police in Forth Valley are appealing for witnesses following a two vehicle road traffic collision on Stirling Road, Callander near to the junction with Geisher Road.
Aberfoyle residents voice “concern” over village decline
An SNP Councillor has accused the previous Stirling Council administration of ‘not doing enough’ to boost the economy in Aberfoyle.
College numbers in Scotland hit lowest point since 06/07
Student numbers at Scotland’s colleges have fallen to the lowest level for almost a decade.
Alcohol-related deaths up to six times higher in poorer areas of Scotland
Alcohol-related death rates were six times higher in the 10% most-deprived areas of Scotland in 2015, according to newly-released figures.