Ross Brannigan and Craig Paton attended a vigil held in Stirling to remember those killed in the Orlando shooting.
400 new homes are to be built in the Raploch area, with the programme set to be complete by 2020.
The referendum on EU membership is now just over a week away, and it is thought young people could be crucial to the outcome of the vote.
Brig news editor Craig Paton was in Glasgow on Saturday as counter-protesters met a demonstration by the far-right Scottish Defence League.
Hill runners from across Scotland will be descending on campus for the 43rd time next week in the hope of beating the current women’s record.
The University of Stirling’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport has been awarded with Nurse Education Provider of the Year for pre-registration nursing at the Student Nursing Times Awards.
Bruce Crawford has been re-elected as MSP for Stirling as the Conservatives become Holyrood’s second party.
A Stirling University group has launched its campaign to students calling on them to support a Stirling exit from the National Union of Students (NUS).
Newly elected NUS President Malia Bouattia has hit back at claims she is an Isis apologist, calling them “simply not true.”
Doping in sport will eventually be eradicated, the former vice-president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Dick Pound has said, ahead of a guest lecture at Stirling.