The latest edition of this local journal has now been published and is available through local outlets (http://www.fnh.stir.ac.uk/).
There are six historical/ archaeological papers, those most relevant to Stirling's history are;
Kate Dean, 'James Gray, Seed and Grain Merchant, Stirling (1833-1890)'.
John G Harrison, 'The Kirkyard and Cemeteries beside Stirling Castle'.
Further articles discuss the Gartmorn Lade System, Dunblane's response to World War I, the recent find of Iron Age gold at Blairdrummond and the Strathcashell Crannog, at Loch Lomond.
As it happens, two fo the wildlife papers also use historical information. Sexton et al compare reports on the 19th century population of junipers at Touch with modern findings. Peter Maitland describes the fluctuations in the population of sparling (aka spirling/ sperling) in the Forth, a fish which has varied from abundant and commercially important to near-extinction and which is now returning.
If you encounter other publications of local interest, do let us know.