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FRUSTRATED residents gathered at the Dunblane Sports Club last Wednesday to hear the results of the report Stirling Council commissioned into the causes of severe flooding last August.
AS the summer months get closer, residents of Bridge of Allan are being encouraged to take advantage of a rare opportunity to rent an allotment at Haws Park.
AUSTRALIAN toxicologist Dr Mariann Lloyd-Smith will be speaking in Falkirk about the potential dangers to health and the environment of the exploitation of coal bed methane and shale gas.
THE Boys' Brigade is inviting parents, family members, friends and supports to their Annual Display and Prizegiving which will be held in the Dunblane Centre on Saturday May 25 at 7pm.
A CHARITY football match will take place at Wallace High School on Saturday June 15.
A STIRLING University student smashed his lecturers office with a baseball bat after receiving a poor mark for one of his essays, a court heard on Tuesday
THE Stirling and District Classic Car Club will be holding its annual charity classic car show in Strathallan Games Park, Bridge of Allan this Sunday May 19.
THE Allan Water Café in Bridge of Allan is in the running to being crowned the nations favourite ice-cream shop.
DOUNE residents are still blighted by crossing issues at the A84 - despite the issue having been raised several times throughout the years.
STIRLING is to benefit from free wi-fi which will be rolled out at 25 ScotRail stations across the country.
FRIENDS of Bridge of Allan are asking for help from local residents to help them find a photograph of Major Edmund Pullar.
A DUNBLANE duo are preparing to take on the ultimate challenge - the three marathon moonwalk madness.
PROSPECTIVE students from across the Forth Valley area are set to benefit from a 15 per cent growth in apprenticeship opportunities available at Forth Valley College for session 13/14.
TRIBUTES have been flooding in for a former Stirling University Student who was killed whilst on duty during a Taliban attack.
THE Doune and Dunblane Fling event is back and is bigger than ever thanks to generous support and sponsorship.
DAME Judi Dench will be paying a visit to the area this summer as she is set to collect an honorary degree from the University of Stirling.
SCOTTISH Water has completed a £562,000 upgrade to the sewage treatment works in Doune, which they say is to protect the local community and environment, while ensuring compliance with waste water treatment regulations.
PRIVATE landlords and property agents in the Stirling area are being encouraged to attend Stirling's open day and conference to help improve homes in Stirling's private rented housing sector.
POLICE have confirmed that a body found in a wooded area just outside of Bridge of Allan on April 18, is that of missing student David O'Halloran.
STIRLING is still on track for an exciting year of celebration to commemorate the Battle of Bannockburn and Homecoming 2014.