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Stirling Uni student ambassador jailed for 5 years for raping female student
A Stirling University student ambassador’s been jailed for five years for raping a female student.
More than 20,000 pre-paid meals bought for homeless hours after campaign starts
More than 20,000 pre-paid meals were bought for homeless people within 10 hours of a festive campaign being launched.
Increase in number of youngsters “at risk” of being overweight or obese
Efforts to tackle childhood obesity in Scotland are failing, with figures showing more than a quarter of youngsters in the most deprived areas are at risk of having an unhealthy weight.
Discussions held over A84 safety
Discussions have been held regarding the safety of the A84 near Blair Drummond Safari Park.
Dunblane’s Andrew Butchart named in Commonwealth Games squad
Dunblane’s Andrew Butchart has been named as part of Team Scotland for next year’s Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast.
MSP “utterly irresponsible” over repeal efforts
A Labour MSP has been branded “utterly irresponsible” and “self-serving” over efforts to repeal controversial legislation aimed at cracking down on football sectarianism.
Scotland needs “basic” answers on Brexit progress
The Scottish Government is demanding “basic answers” on Brexit ahead of the latest meeting of devolved ministers.
Scottish nurses at “breaking point” due to stress and heavy workload
Nurses across Scotland are at “breaking point”, union leaders warned, after a new survey found almost three-quarters feel worse off financially then they did five years ago.
New drug to treat breast cancer approved for NHS use in Scotland
A new treatment which can halt the spread of breast cancer for up to two years for terminally ill patients has been approved for use by the NHS in Scotland.
Stirling MSP encourages parents to make most of free flu vaccine
Stirling MSP Bruce Crawford is encouraging all parents and guardians of 2-5 year olds in the Stirling Constituency to take advantage of the free flu vaccine before Christmas.
Outlaw King filming brings “huge benefits” to screen sector – Culture Secretary
A new feature film based on the story of Robert the Bruce has brought “huge benefits” to the country’s screen sector, the culture secretary has said.
Council to provide additional support for universal credit claimants
Stirling Council are to create a new group that’ll support residents receiving Universal Credit.