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Wee County pupils can win for school with nesting box design

19 Sep 2014 17:00 • Jenness Mitchell

Clackmannanshire kids have been challenged to “give nature a home” to win free solar energy for their school.

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Hartley is our Pet Idol winner

19 Sep 2014 15:30 • Jenness Mitchell

The results are in and Hartley is our Pet Idol 2014 winner.

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Donate your old clothing to charity

19 Sep 2014 13:00 • Ashleigh Burns

NOW the schools are back and it’s time to look out the winter clothes, it’s a good opportunity to clear the clutter you no longer need.

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Tilly man caught with methadone

19 Sep 2014 13:00 • Jenness Mitchell

A man caught with £15 worth of methadone was sentenced to a Community Payback Order with supervision for 12 months.

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A reprieve for Clackmannan's Ruby

19 Sep 2014 07:00 • Jenness Mitchell

A pensioner who smashed a teapot over her husband’s head expressed her gratitude after avoiding punishment for the assault.

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Week in Pictures (6 August)

Steven McGregor, who emigrated to Australia from Alva, donated $1000 to Strathcarron Hospice.

Tullibody mum Carolynne Hunter is raising money for her daughter Freya-Rose.

Justice of the peace William Whyte (left) retires after 45 years on the bench.

Dollar Academy's Sandy Cameron is lone piper at the Highland Military Tattoo.

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Loss of Coalsnaughton's beloved Dougie

FOR five months he was stranded abroad in a Philippine hospital, struggling to pay a burgeoning medical bill, and desperate to get home to his children.

Tillicoultry Club on course to be real life saver

Graeme keeps on learning

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Tourists from Tillicoultry's twin town enjoy their visit

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Alloa star Stephen Simmons says they can hold their own against Rangers but only if they cut out the errors

18 Sep 2014 16:00 • Graeme Lafferty

Alloa ace Stephen Simmons insists they CAN hold their own against Rangers when the Glasgow giants come calling to the newly-named Indodrill Stadium on Saturday.

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Sauchie Juniors boss Fraser Duncan reckons his squad are on the right path despite Newtongrange defeat

18 Sep 2014 09:30 • Graeme Lafferty

Sauchie boss Fraser Duncan reckons their narrow 2-0 defeat to high-flying Newtongrange was a huge step in the right direction for his young squad.

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Crocked Alloa star Daryll Meggatt says his team mates have ability to topple Gers without him

17 Sep 2014 16:30 • Graeme Lafferty

Gutted Wasps hero Daryll Meggatt has revealed his pain at having to miss his side’s clash with Rangers this weekend.

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Alloa boss Barry Smith says his men must quickly forget about their Livingston defeat ahead of Rangers test

17 Sep 2014 09:30 • Graeme Lafferty

Alloa boss Barry Smith refused to hammer his players after their 4-0 thrashing away to Livingston in the SPFL Championship last weekend.

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Vote Yes: Pro-Independence letters

17 Sep 2014 09:30

A collection of letters in support of the Yes vote

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Vote No: Pro-Union letters

17 Sep 2014 09:30

A collection of letters in support of the No camp

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Keith Brown letter on the independence referendum

17 Sep 2014 09:30

Just as I believe the founding father of the Labour Party, Keir Hardie, would have undoubtedly supported independence for Scotland, more and more Labour supporters – including senior members of the Labour Party and Labour politicians – are lending their support to the Yes Campaign.

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Gordon Banks column on the independence referendum

17 Sep 2014 09:30

By the time this article is read the Scottish Independence Referendum will be upon us, and I would like to take this opportunity to say to constituents in Clackmannanshire – if you are still in doubt, then vote No, because this is a decision that cannot be reversed and one which will affect our families, their families and the generations to come.

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Kris Drever's sweet sounds from the north

19 Sep 2014 07:00 • Hamish Hutchinson

FANS of Scottish folk singer-guitarist Kris Drever could be treated to a few special guests when the Orcadian comes to Paisley on Sunday.

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Future of the Left head to Glasgow

19 Sep 2014 07:00 • Hamish Hutchinson

WELSH rockers Future of the Left will roll into Glasgow next month.

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Give it the Full Monty to win!

18 Sep 2014 07:00 • Hamish Hutchinson

THE award winning play of the hit 1997 British film, The Full Monty, is coming to Dunfermline.

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