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Local projects receive lottery funding
Nearly £150,000 has been awarded to local projects in the Forth Valley, as part of the National Lottery’s ‘Young Start’ fund.
Charity issues recommendations for disability assistance payments
A charity has published a list of recommendations for Scotland’s new disability assistance payments.
Children in deprived areas more likely to be killed in road incidents
A new study has found children in deprived areas of Scotland are three times more likely to be killed while walking or cycling.
Stirling nursery receives top marks from inspection
A Stirling nursery has been named as one of the best in the country following a recent inspection.
Stirling Council school dinners win award
Stirling Council has been praised for its school dinners.
Nearly 2500 disabled people waiting for suitable accommodation in Falkirk
Nearly 2,500 people were waiting for disabled accommodation across the Falkirk area in March this year.
Stirling Photography Festival in bid to raise funds
Organisers of the Stirling Photography Festival want to raise £5,500, to help them establish the event as an annual tradition in the city.
PEAK pools to re-open following months of delays
The main swimming pool at the PEAK in Stirling will re-open to the public on Saturday 1st June.
Health and social care merger to be examined
The impact of the decision to integrate health and social care is to be scrutinised by a national charity later.
Seven machines stolen from The Scottish Segway Centre
Police are searching for 4 men believed to have stolen 7 segways from The Scottish Segway Centre at Falkirk Wheel and Canada Wood.
Sevenfold increase in NHS Forth Valley research
The number of clinical studies and trials taking place across the Forth Valley has increased by seven times since 2004.
Fintry blazes trail in Scotland for emergency planning
A village in the Forth Valley has become one of the first in Scotland to build a “resilience” centre.