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Slam dunk for St Ninian's fundraisers
It wasn't all work, as the St Ninian's boys grabbed a picture with the basketball stars and Glasgow Rocks cheerleaders — pictured are Matthew MacDonald, James Gallagher, Ciaran McAndrew, Cameron Smith, Jonathan Kent, Jack Lindsey and Patrick Sloan, ...
St Ninian's has Badminton England clubmark renewed
'This accreditation proves that St Ninian's Badminton Club is doing all these things properly.
St Ninian's needs your vote for new playground
Your vote will count to help Saint Ninian's Primary in Newton Stewart receive funding for a new playground. The school has been selected by the Tesco 'Bags of Life' initiative to receive funding of either £8K, £10K or £12K to develop our playground area.
The Wizard of Oz is on at St Ninian's Church in Stonehouse from March 17 to 19
Talented youngsters from The Acting Bairns of Stonehouse group are busy in rehearsals for their performance of the Wizard of Oz. The show will run from March 17-19 at St Ninian's Church in Stonehouse.
Rights of way disputed around St Ninian's Lower School
Efforts are underway to establish the rights of way surrounding St Ninian's Lower School after students were deemed to be trespassing on private property.

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