A new £6 million project in Stirling will provide heat for the local community – that’s been generated from waste water. It’s estimated the energy hub will save over 380 tonnes of carbon a year – that’s the equivalent of an average car being driven for 1.5 million miles. The Stirling District Heat Network will […]
A new report claims there’s a workforce crisis in Scotland’s private and voluntary nurseries.
A police dog has helped officers to arrest a man in Clackmannanshire. A car failed to stop for officers at Whins Road in Alloa, during the early hours of this morning (6th Aug). The vehicle was later found abandoned in a wooded area, just off the A 977. PD ‘Chase’ was deployed and led officers […]
A man from Alloa says being stranded in London without medication for his Parkinson’s left him “anxious and in danger”.
A new inclusive play area’s been installed at Kings Park in Stirling.
A man from Stirling’s embarking on a series of gruelling challenges, in a bid to raise £100,000 for cancer research.
A new business hub has opened in Drymen – in a bid to boost the rural economy. It aims to provide the local community with flexible meeting and work space and super-fast broadband. The facility has been funded by Stirling Council and Forth Valley & Lomond LEADER. It follows a similar scheme in Aberfoyle – […]
Women in the Forth Valley, who’ve experienced sexual harassment at work, will now be able to access a new specialist legal service.
Funding allocated to Scottish farmers need to be reviewed after Brexit – that’s according to a Westminster committee.
It’s thought nearly 31,000 plastic bottles a day could be re-used and recycled across Scotland, under a new deposit return scheme.