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A Scottish laird who demolished his 200-year-old castle was found guilty at Stirling Sherriff Court this week of arranging the demolition of the Grade II-listed building without planning permission.

However, heritage campaigners have slammed Alistair Dickson's punishment - a £1,000 fine - as far too lenient.

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