A Falkirk group, who use films to help older people suffering from memory loss, has received £10,000 in funding. ‘Screen Memories’ will use the money to expand their work and put on sessions for older people suffering from social isolation. Meanwhile, a Stirling charity, that offers support to people with dementia, has received more than £10,000 […]
Scottish MEP Alyn Smith – and former Stirling MP Steven Paterson – are both aiming to be the SNP’s candidate for the city, at the next general election. Smith’s represented the party in Europe for 15 years and recently moved his office to Stirling. Meanwhile, Paterson was MP for the area from 2015 to 2017 […]
A project’s aiming to encourage victims of online scamming to come forward and talk about their experience Citizens Advice Scotland’s launched a new online chat – offering advice on how to deal with electronic scams. Users will be told how to spot warning signs of scams – and how to avoid falling victim online. Announcing […]
A local group, which supports people suffering from substance abuse, is urging anyone who’s struggling to get in touch.
Health warnings printed on individual cigarettes, rather than on packets, could cut the number of people smoking according to research carried out by Stirling University.
A University of Stirling study suggests challenges faced by older renters are being “overlooked”.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 35-year-old man died in a crash in Tillicoultry yesterday.
An event’s being held in Falkirk today, to support people living with cancer.
Stirling Council has been praised for its work helping people in the armed forces.
MPs have called on banks to ensure no town in Scotland is left without a branch.