(04 Mar 2015) - Summary of news covered in the Stirling Observer
Wednesday 04.03.2015 Edition
Frontpage Headline "Crematorium Plan for City"
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Other Stories in this week's Stirling Observer include:-
City will host Business week
Charity Bids to stop illegal evictions
Business District proposal rejected
Search to find plant monitors
Bravery of child sex family case
Doctor faces assault charge
Andy's Falkland Yomp
Win Makeover for your Mum
Kids watch as dad attacked
George Ried now a Society figure
Kirsty's main goal in life is to get a job
Science platform for Alva Academy pupils
Candidate slammed for link to 'cybernats' on webpage
Quarry campaigners host petition demo
Search for a Star - at Stirling Astronomical Society evening
Acoustic night for charity trek
Johanna's bid is based on justice
Clean break for Linda after 23 years' service at Smith
Police crack down on car thieves in Forth Valley
Police hunt attack thugs
Battle centre visitors up by 40,000
Bridge lifts to re-open - Vandalism fixed
Groups set to receive £11,000 TSB windfall
MP aboard 'wild bus'
Fallin primary fills up with springtime cheer
Bid to flatten eyesore next to historic wall
High School in row over Braveheart
Trust TSB's first charity partner in Dunblane
Youngsters get set to join the ceilidh trail
Dandelion Moonwalk will help armed forces charity
From happy to a brute
Young volunteers honoured at disability sports awards
Nursery Manager Jail for raping three-year-old
The above are in pages 1 - 15.
Centre Page feature covers Miner's Strike in Polmaise in 1985.