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“People are being left on the scrapheap”
A new support group has been founded for local servicemen and women of the armed forces.
Stirling-based games developer to add 20 jobs after funding boost
A Stirling-based games developer has announced it’s increasing its workforce with 20 new jobs.
Police watchdog to probe firearms incidents in Falkirk
The police watchdog is to investigate incidents involving firearms officers in Falkirk.
Driver injured and has car stolen in Falkirk attack
A driver suffered facial injuries when he was attacked by two men who stole his car and later set it on fire.
New support fund to help women in Stirling get back to work
Women in the Stirling area who are returning to work after career breaks, are to benefit from £12,000 in funding.
Public appeal following serious assault in Plean
Police are investigating after a serious assault in Plean left a man hospitalised.
800 jobs to go as Standard Life merger is completed
The £11 billion merger between Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management is complete, with the tie-up creating Europe’s second-biggest fund manager.
Damian Green meets with Stirling Council with City Deal talks “progressing well”
First Secretary of State Damian Green has met with Stirling Council officials as negotiations continue on the City Region Deal.
More accurate cervical cancer screening test to be introduced
The NHS is to introduce a more accurate test for cervical cancer which could help patients receive treatment earlier.
Energy efficiency projects given green light
Councils are to share £4.4 million for energy efficiency projects across Scotland.
Stirling MSP “deeply concerned” over Aberfoyle’s economic future
Bruce Crawford has written to the chief executive of Stirling Council to raise his concerns over Aberfoyle’s local economy.
New centre to help families of prison inmates
A new visitor centre at Glenochil Prison in Clackmannanshire is one of several new facilities being set up across Scotland to help the families of offenders.