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Articles from Stirling Observer (Stirling, Scotland) (May 8, 2019)

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All-new Co-op's low-price pledge. 208
Annual gala concert will raise cash for Strathcarron Hospice. 109
Art lecture will discuss work of Bruegel. 114
Axe man jailed. 167
Ballet West's showcase first; IN BRIEF. 132
Best Start cash given to families. 161
BID to improve communication with businesses. 490
Bridging the gap; Giant station structure craned into place. 509
Business conference date. Conference news 183
Cable laying faces checks; CityFibre must sort roads. 529
Canadian quartet to play Tolbooth. 270
Cancer support session. 147
Car firm's bid to demolish old 'Corn Mill'. 443
Celebration times two as Bino goalie lifts best player prizes. 220
Change on way at Forthbank; Finishing fifth just not good enough says boss Changes on way at Binos. 464
Charity issues baby bird warning. 240
Churches could keep their council committee votes; Society wanted rights withdrawn. 424
College cafes go gluten-free. 199
Community pull together to buy life-saving equipment. 126
Compass points to a change of direction for singer-songwriter; Stirling-based singer-songwriter Norrie McCulloch will play songs from his new album 'Compass' at a gig at the Tolbooth next month. 432
Council's cycle lane signs are missing; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the editor 293
Council's open day for landlords is in its 7th year. 297
County golden girls grab glory. 554
District news. 4536
Drab draw brings Bino's hopes to end. 466
Election hustings in lead up to Euro poll; A 'non-partisan' Euro elections hustings will take place in the hall of Stirling's St Ninians Old Parish Church on Tuesday May 14. 446
Extra-time triumph sees B'burn lift cup; Football. 693
Finnish fiddle act's date. 103
Five in a row for fab Sabine. 347
Food Train steams to greater success. 307
Friendly Fallin made us welcome; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the editor 123
Fuelling the ire. 233
Garden opens for first time. 199
General Knowledge Quiz. 368
Get together was chocca full of fun; ST MODAN'S HIGH SCHOOL NEWS. 180
Healing birch products at farmers'market. 280
Hogweed is not just council's responsibility; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the editor 268
iPod devices wanted by NHS. 281
Jacobite jaunt from Stirling to the north. 191
Jennifer campaigns in memory of mum; Helping moves for early-stage killercancer tests. Obituary 671
Joy of six as B'burn lift cup. 101
Last chapter as falling numbers hit literary society; Group which'enhanced education'to fold. 589
Lecturers'strike is called off. 313
Lights, camera, action as Outlander comes to town. 120
Marking Workers' Memorial Day. 152
McDonald's team up with footballers for spring clean. 205
Memory Lane. 121
MSP backs end to division. 147
Murray Cook on artefacts found at King's Park; DIGGING INTO THE PAST. 330
New rules for mobile home sites laid down. 411
No real cold comfort in survival epic; REVIEWS. 107
Not running? Then play part in Race for Life. 476
Novel takes dramatic turn; Rennie's much-loved book is taken outdoors. 566
Patients to see doctor via an app. 477
Piano duo visit Dunblane for arts guild's cathedral concert. 105
Plans lodged with the council. 369
Plastic switch is going slow; Council's bottled water bill still high. 540
Politicians back whisky centre. 194
Positive sign as nursery is given inclusion funds. 203
Positive spin for comedy fest favourite; IN BRIEF. 101
PS1.5m contract for growing university; Expansion two years after launch. 373
Pupils are full of Glee after big win; Rendition of Capaldi hit praised by star himself. 277
Pupils step into limelight for schools' showcase; THINK DANCING 2019 Annual competition. 306
READER'S PICTURE OF THEWEEK. 124
Relic of city's industrial past. 329
Residents fail to halt home plan. 454
Scares in short supply in this muddled mess. 292
Smith visit by students. 108
Sport. 1459
Stirling crime writer secures new book deal. 253
Such a blooming dedicated bunch. 523
Take a hike with president Ben. 171
The 'not so' Great Stirling Run; CONTROVERSY HITS MARATHON Lower cash prizes and medal bungles Organisers in firing line over The 'not so' Great Stirling Run. 891
Top environmentalist in Stirling to discuss global challenges ahead. 236
Top title and course record for Morag. 293
Underpass used as pilot site for CCTV. 451
Uni caterers' vegan praise. 183
University to be transformed at cost of PS21.7m. 364
Val McDermid to launch Bloody Scotland brochure. 119
Voice of the People. 2542
Volunteers respond to lifesaver call; Training to start. 292
We must tackle threat to planet. 610
Well done Stirling runners, here's a Bristol 10k medal. 215
YOUR SAY... on bins. 308

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