Scotland is providing its youth with local access to the Web with the development of eight local Web sites to be based in Stirling.
The Stirling Council Youth Files Internet Project will give young people free access to the Internet in both rural and urban communities "providing a source for quality information".
The service has also developed its own Web site to provide local information on topics such as health, youth club activities and careers advice.
Young people in the region are helping to keep the site updated as well as being encouraged to create their own designs.
The Web address for the project is www.stirling-youth-services.org.uk.
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