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25 Apr 2015 15:30

Vandals damage car with wheelchair within

A disgraceful act of vandalism, which involved a child’s wheelchair, occurred in Clackmannan last week.

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25 Apr 2015 13:31

On at The Tolbooth

What's on at The Tolbooth, Stirling

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24 Apr 2015 18:00

Tillicoultry man guilty of domestic assaults on former partners

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

What's on

What's on around Clackmannanshire

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24 Apr 2015 09:30

Appeal for witnesses after man is found injured in Alloa

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

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23 Apr 2015 17:42 • Iain Smith

Candidates exchange verbal blows over fiscal autonomy

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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23 Apr 2015 15:10 • Rajmund Bakonyi

Tullibody woman pronounced dead at scene after motorcycle accident

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

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23 Apr 2015 14:41 • Rajmund Bakonyi

Provost cuts ribbon at new Strathcarron Hospice charity shop opening

A new charity shop opened on Alloa’s High Street last week.

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23 Apr 2015 13:31 • Ashleigh Burns

Mystery archive picture from Sauchie is reunited with family in Canada

A PHOTOGRAPH shrouded in mystery that was featured in the Advertiser’s Archive section has travelled more than 3000 miles to Canada.

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23 Apr 2015 12:21

Rotary president awards member with top accolade

The PRESIDENT of the Rotary Club of Alloa, Hector Nicolson, has honoured international convener, James Cuthbertson, with the Andrew Nicol Quaich.

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23 Apr 2015 11:50 • Rajmund Bakonyi

Minor collision near Clacks bridge

Earlier this morning, there was a minor collision on the A876 near Clackmannanshire Bridge.

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23 Apr 2015 11:11 • Ashleigh Burns

Local care home chef sets eyes on top prize

A TALENTED chef at an Alloa care home could be in line for a top award.

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22 Apr 2015 18:18 • Rajmund Bakonyi

Skanska continue support for Forth Valley Riding for the Disabled

Skanska Facilities Services, the company lending a hand to Alva’s Forth Valley Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), continue to carry out vital work for the charity.

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22 Apr 2015 17:30

Tillicoultry men appear at court on alleged domestic violence charges

TWO Tillicoultry men have appeared at Alloa Sheriff Court this week charged with separate allegations of domestic violence.

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22 Apr 2015 16:40 • Rajmund Bakonyi

INEOS holds Alloa Town Hall community engagement meeting after locals protest fracking

Last night (Wednesday 21 April) INEOS Upstream, INEOS' new oil and gas exploration and production company which has acquired licenses for over 700 square miles around the central belt, held a community engagement meeting at Alloa Town Hall.

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22 Apr 2015 16:20

Tillicoultry man fined £150 for racially-motivated assault in pub

A TILLICOULTRY man has been fined after he admitted to a racially-motivated assault in a pub last year.

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22 Apr 2015 15:51

Menstrie woman will shave her head for Cancer Research

A MENSTRIE woman will take on a bold challenge for charity this weekend.

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22 Apr 2015 15:37

Aggressive sex offender gets six months for assault on paedophile

A VIOLENT sex offender has been given a six-month prison term for assaulting a convicted paedophile at HMP Glenochil earlier this year.

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22 Apr 2015 15:15

Firefighters called out to fire in Sauchie kitchen

FIREFIGHTERS were called out to a kitchen fire at Branshill Park in Sauchie yesterday (Tuesday 21 April).

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22 Apr 2015 15:03 • Ashleigh Burns

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.

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