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Tillicoultry man guilty of domestic assaults on former partners

24 Apr 2015 18:00

A TILLICOULTRY man has been found guilty of a string of domestic assaults against two former partners.

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24 Apr 2015 09:30

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Appeal for witnesses after man is found injured in Alloa

24 Apr 2015 09:30

POLICE in Clackmannanshire are appealing for witnesses after a man was found injured in Down's Crescent, Alloa.

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Candidates exchange verbal blows over fiscal autonomy

23 Apr 2015 17:42 • Iain Smith

CLACKMANNANSHIRE’S Westminster hopefuls have again traded blows this week as the issue of full fiscal autonomy continues to cloud next month’s General Election.

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Tullibody woman pronounced dead at scene after motorcycle accident

23 Apr 2015 15:10 • Rajmund Bakonyi

Yesterday (Wednesday 22 April), a Tullibody resident was killed in a motorcycle accident.

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Week in Pictures (9 March)

Awesome snapshot of St Serf's Parish Church in Tullibody sent to us by Jason Curl

The Ochils Mountain Rescue Team had their last training with the Royal Navy's iconic Sea King helicopter

Over 600 pupils from around the Forth Valley took part in the Forth Valley Schools Dance Competition

A man was arrested and charged following a Tillicoultry police operation involving armed cops

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Forestmill farmer is looking for fly-tipping culprit

A CLACKMANNANSHIRE farmer has been blighted by fly-tipping. A huge heap of rubbish containing branches, broken bricks and slabs, a gate and other materials was dumped on the land at Forestmill Farm last week.

Former Dollan man's dream has come true in Indonesia

Hercules to North Uist: New resting place for famous Clacks bear

Dollar Bridge Club holds annual dinner and prizegiving

Muckhart Parish Church re-opens after nine months

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UPDATE: Tillicoultry church vandals traced after mother calls cops

A number of Tillicoultry youths will be reported for causing damage at the town's Congregational Church, after a concerned parent contacted Police Scotland suspecting their child may have been involved in vandalism last week.

Vandals hit Tillicoultry church

Search for Tillicoultry war hero

Clacks' Women in Sport and Health group to close its doors

Clackmannanshire Sports Council Awards of 2014

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Alloa boss Danny Lennon says his men will be fully prepare ahead of 'David vs Goliath' SPFL Championship crunch with Hibernian

24 Apr 2015 15:30

Alloa boss Danny Lennon says his men are fully prepared for their ‘David vs Goliath’ clash with Hibernian at Easter Road this Saturday.

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Alloa hero Liam Buchanan says 2-2 draw with QoS can give them belief to complete their mission for SPFL Championship survival

24 Apr 2015 09:30 • Graeme Lafferty

GOAL HERO Liam Buchanan says the 2-2 draw with Queen of the South last weekend should give Alloa the belief to complete their quest for SPFL Championship survival.

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Sauchie boss Fraser Duncan heaps praise on his side after 4-0 thrashing of Armadale

23 Apr 2015 09:30 • Graeme Lafferty

Sauchie boss Fraser Duncan has urged his players to seize their chance to cement a top six position in the Super League East table when they take on rivals Bonnyrigg Rose at Beechwood Park this weekend.

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Alloa RFC lift the 2015 BT Bowl with an emphatic win over Cumnock at Murrayfield

23 Apr 2015 09:30

Alloa RFC won the 2015 BT Bowl trophy with an impressive 71-19 win over Cumnock at the national stadium, BT Murrayfield last weekend.

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Are kids switched on too soon?

With technology playing such a pivotal role in life in the modern era, it begs the question as to whether children of a young age are being introduced to what the word has to offer too quickly, writes Michelle Henderson.

30 Jan 2015 13:37

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Ross Brannigan: Funding gap puts council, and the poorest residents, in a tough position

21 Jan 2015 16:30 • Ross Brannigan

Clackmannanshire Council has proposed a swathe of spending cuts in order to reduce its £20 million funding gap.

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Ross Brannigan: Is the big brother state now upon us

21 Jan 2015 09:30 • Ross Brannigan

In the past week, world leaders have rallied against the terror threats currently poised against the western world.

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Word on the Street - Christmas TV

16 Dec 2014 16:50

Christmas viewing looks set to be a repeat of last year – and many other years – as mainstream channels have scheduled more than 670 hours of reruns over the festive fortnight. We asked people on the streets of Alloa what they would most like to see broadcast on TV over this festive season.

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Three-record concept album project in the works for InMe

24 Apr 2015 16:37

ESSEX based rock quartet InMe have been in the studio working on a mammoth three-record concept album project

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Eden festival reveals children's arena theme

24 Apr 2015 16:20

EDEN Festival has released this year’s theme for the children’s arena.

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CC Smugglers set to gig in Glasgow during UK tour

24 Apr 2015 15:51

THE CC Smugglers have kicked off on a UK-wide tour – stopping in at places like London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Oxford, Cardiff and Glasgow.

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