8 Jul 2013 09:30

An uphill battle for Cambusbarron

A RECORD number of residents turned out to what may have been the most important March of the Gillies since the Save Gillies Hill group was formed seven years ago.


27 Jun 2013 12:30

Call to support the future of the arts culture

STIRLING Council is calling on members of the creative community to get involved in consultations to help guide future arts and cultural spending.

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27 Jun 2013 09:30

Council seeks views from the creative community

STIRLING Council is calling on members of the creative community to get involved in consultations to help guide future arts and cultural spending.


19 Jun 2013 12:30

Police 'justified' in using taser gun on teen

A REPORT published today has found that police were 'justified' in tasering a 15-year-old boy who was armed with a knife earlier this year.


10 Jun 2013 16:30

50k for community projects

COMMUNITY projects across the Stirlingshire, including upgrading 'Black Boy' fountain and improving Dunblane's Laighills football pitch, have been selected to benefit from £50,000 of funding to help the local environment.


6 Jun 2013 13:30

Campaigners fight against quarrying on Gillies Hill

CAMPAIGNERS from Save Gillies Hill have warned Stirling Council 'we are all going to look stupid' if quarrying is allowed to go ahead in the run up to national celebrations of the Battle of Bannockburn.


5 Jun 2013 09:30

Man in serious condition following collision

INFORMATION is being sought after a pedestrian was left in a 'serious condition' following a road collision on the A9 in the early hours of Wednesday morning (June 5).


30 May 2013 09:30

Leading to the Battle

HISTORIC Scotland will be hosting the second in a series of three events leading up to the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn this weekend.


28 May 2013 09:30

Uni to host Battle of Bannockburn talk

THE University of Stirling is to host a two day event where The Battle of Bannockburn, wind farms and World War II will be discussed in a conference entitled "The Landscape of Conflict."


1 May 2013 09:30

Celebrations all go in Stirling

STIRLING is still on track for an exciting year of celebration to commemorate the Battle of Bannockburn and Homecoming 2014.


17 Apr 2013 13:15

Bus cuts dubbed as 'shambolic'

THE announcement of a number of bus cuts in the Stirling area has been dubbed 'shambolic' by opposition councillors.


16 Apr 2013 09:30

Woman goes missing in Bannockburn

POLICE are seeking the public's help in tracing a missing woman who was last seen in the Bannockburn area.


5 Apr 2013 14:30

Theft of copper cable in Bannockburn

POLICE are appealing for witnesses following the theft of copper cabling near to Corbiewood racing stadium, Bannockburn.


27 Mar 2013 16:00

Stirling's Homecoming events announced

A NUMBER of events to take place across Stirling and the Forth Valley have been announced as part of the year-long Homecoming Scotland 2014 programme which was officially unveiled by First Minister Alex Salmond.


6 Mar 2013 13:30

Improving Bannockburn's roads

THE Bannockburn community is set to see some noticeable improvements after additional funding was secured by Stirling Council to install Toucan road crossings at Quakerfield and Telford Bridge as part of cycling network improvements.


5 Mar 2013 14:30

Transport Minister opens new Cowie bridge

TRANSPORT Minister Keith Brown officially opened the new £2.3m Carseview bridge, in Cowie today (Tuesday March 5)


22 Feb 2013 13:30

Arts targeted by council budget

STIRLING'S art culture was dealt a major blow as the council confirmed budget cuts at a special meeting on Thursday (February 21).

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19 Feb 2013 09:30

Police officers take up school posts

TWO Stirling schools will be seeing a lot more of the law soon as they get set to welcome police officers through their doors as part of a partnership initiative between the council and Central Scotland Police.


8 Feb 2013 12:30

Stirling is a hit with holiday-makers

STIRLING and the Forth Valley have proved a big hit with holiday-makers, with a new survey revealing that 93 per cent of visitors would recommend the region to others.


24 Jan 2013 09:30

Pupils pay tribute to tragic Anna

STAFF and pupils at Morrison's Academy have paid tribute to 15-year-old pupil Anna Johnson who was tragically found dead under a bridge on the M9 close to Bannockburn.


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