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    The widow of an army captain from Denny – killed by a forklift truck in Iraq – says the US soldiers responsible must be held accountable. Dean Sprouting died in January 2018, after being hit by the vehicle while out jogging. But charges against the US soldiers responsible were dropped by an American brigadier general. […]

    St Ninian’s Primary School has received a national award in recognition of its professional learning. The Stirling-based school was presented with the prize at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Glasgow. Teachers were praised for their committment and dedication – allowing pupils to fulfil their highest potential. Headteacher at the school, Carolann Morrow said: “I am […]

    It’s hoped a new school-based mentoring programme in Clacks will help disadvantaged young people “fulfil their potential”. Sessions will be carried out between a youngster and their mentor every week, to provide support and encouragement. Clacks Council have linked with MCR Pathways to deliver the scheme across Alloa, Lornshill and Alva Academies. We had an […]

    A new ‘Changing Places’ toilet has now opened at the PEAK in Stirling. The facility offers accessible changing, showering and toilet facilities – and caters for a wide range of disabilities. There are similar facilities available at a number of locations across the Forth Valley – including at Blair Drummond Safari Park and the Mariner […]

    A public consultation has been launched on the future of the former Kinneil Nursery site in Bo’ness. Discussions have already taken place this year with local councillors, Historic Environment Scotland and the Friends of Kinneil. Now, members of the public are being asked for *their* say on how the site should be used in future. […]

    A University of Stirling study has found suicidal children are “at risk” of being overlooked, due to gaps in policy. Researchers looked at worldwide approaches in tackling the issue. They found most policies recommend youngsters are seen by a specialist practitioner – without any further suggestions beyond that. Lynne Gilmour led the study: “Suicide is […]

    A charity which tackles loneliness in rural parts of the Forth Valley has issued an urgent appeal for volunteers. Re-engage, which used to be known as Contact the Elderly, try to combat social isolation in communities by holding Sunday tea parties and other activities. But they currently have a shortage of drivers – which is […]

    Almost £700,000 worth of funding is set to be given to children and young people who have lived in care across the Forth Valley. The Scottish Government has announced the cash boost as part of their Care Experienced Children and Young People Fund. It’s hoped the money will boost attainment of young people who’ve lived […]

    A person’s died after being hit by a train between Stirling and Dunblane. The incident happened just after 10am this morning. Emergency services were called to the incident but the person was pronounced dead at the scene. The line is currently closed between Dunblane, Bridge of Allan and Stirling. A British Transport Police spokesperson said: […]

    New analysis shows people are continuing to struggle with council tax debt. Citizens Advice Scotland say they had 3,400 requests for help over the last 12 months, with debts totalling £6.4 million. The charity wants people to check to see if they are eligible for a reduction, which could be worth £700 per year. CAS […]