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Old Stirling Bridge attack victim relives violent night
A STIRLING University student has spoken out after being viciously attacked on Old Stirling Bridge last month. Chris (not the man's real name as he wishes to remain anonymous), 22, was walking back from Fubar nightclub in the town centre, shortly (More)
Harris Tweed perfect fit for Stirling
HARRIS Tweed has a unique story as a part of the Hebridean community and has now found its place in the community of Stirling, according to the chief executive of the brand authority. Lorna Macaulay is chief executive of the brand authority and, a (More)
Local artists boosted by thriving outlet
ARTS store Made In Stirling is back with a new look and is looking to rejuvenate the Stirling art scene. The artisanal store and exhibition centre only moved into its King Street premises just over a year ago, but has already made an impression. (More)
The cold reality of homelessness in Stirling
AS winter approaches, locals in Stirling remain concerned for the most vulnerable in our community. The winter months are tough for everyone but they are an unimaginable ordeal for the rough sleepers of Stirling. Amenities are luckily available: th (More)
Stats shed light on the truth at university
THE suicides of three Stirling University students has prompted calls for an urgent review of mental health support services. A spike in student suicides has led to growing concerns regarding waiting times and the reliability of the mental wellbei (More)
Council introduce 20mph speed limits
CHANGES are soon to be made to roads in and around the Stirling Council area – primarily streets in Stirling, Dunblane, Doune, Kippen and Fintry. Streets in Stirling including Upper Craig’s, Barnton Street and Castle Wynd will soon be subject to a 2 (More)
Alyn Smith selected to battle Kerr for Stirling seat
ALYN Smith has been selected as the SNP candidate for the General Election, which will take place on December 12. He is Scotland’s longest serving Member of the European Parliament in Brussels, and will go head to head with incumbent Stephen Kerr (More)
Viewforth Link Road going ahead as planned despite call for delay
A NEW Stirling road development is going ahead to schedule despite a call for the plans to be suspended. The Bridge of Allan and Dunblane Green councillor Alasdair Tollemache wanted preparations for the Viewforth Link Road development to be suspen (More)
Scotland's first hemp cafe to set up shop in Stirling
STIRLING will be introduced to controversial social change this winter. Claire Watson, soon to be proud owner of the UK’s first hemp cafe says that The Hemp Room Café will open it’s doors to the public by 2020. Although cannabis remains illegal (More)
Future of abandoned care home site remains unclear
THE future of the derelict site of the the Allan Lodge care home remains undecided after a councillor's suggestions "fell on stony ground." At a Stirling Council meeting, Dunblane and Bridge of Allan councillor Douglas Dodds questioned what decisi (More)
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