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£45mil grant to see over 700 affordable homes built in Stirling
More than 700 affordable homes are to built around Stirling, following a grant of £45 million from the Scottish Government.
17-year-old dies after A84 crash
Police in Forth Valley are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road collision in Stirlingshire.
Andy Murray LIVE smashes target for charities
Dunblane’s Andy Murray is to give more than £700,000 to charity, following a successful second live show.
Man being treated following serious crash on Forth Valley road
A man in his 50s is said to be receiving treatment following a serious crash between a car and lorry on the A84.
Quarter of ambulance staff considered quitting over job pressure
One in four ambulance staff in Scotland have revealed that they have considered quitting their job because of the amount of pressure they face.
Forth Valley MSP says Holyrood “Swim Tax” could be “catastrophic”
Scottish Government proposals to introduce a “Swim Tax” could have “catastrophic” consequences.
Two-thirds of Scots never stop to talk to homeless people
Two-thirds of Scots say they never stop to talk to homeless people.
Funding available for repair of Forth Valley war memorials
Over £900,000 has been offered to community groups to renovate and preserve war memorials, since a Scottish Government fund was launched in 2013.
Councils call for ‘adequate and fair’ funding settlement ahead of Budget
Councils have called for an “adequate and fair” funding settlement ahead of the Scottish Government’s forthcoming Budget.
Man arrested near Alva Academy allegedly found with a knife
A man in Alva has been detained by police after being allegedly found with a knife near Alva Academy.
Supreme Court declares minimum alcohol pricing legal
The UK Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by the Scotch Whisky Association, paving the way for Scotland to become first country to introduce minimum unit pricing for alcohol.
Child sexual abuse victims being failed by lack of support
Children suffering sexual abuse in Scotland are being failed by a lack of specialist support, a charity has warned.