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The 2022 edition of the popular Macduff Calendar will be launched next week.
Home had padlocks on fridge and cupboards.
Almost 60 per cent of homeowners in the north-east still need to upgrade their properties to comply with environmental targets, figures have revealed.
Dee and Don Ceilidh Collective launches free sessions for 'Our Living Rivers and Glens' project.
After a very successful fundraiser for Breast Cancer Now last year, the Ethical Gift Shop in Huntly have a day of events for Dementia UK on Saturday.
Campaign underlines local action to tackle climate crisis ahead of COP26.
In Scotland in the last 24 hours there have been a total of 2355 positive cases of coronavirus which equates to 7.4 per cent of those tested overall.
Council lodges three planning applications.
NEW online guidance for people suffering from long Covid has been launched by the NHS 24.
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A NEW social care development is set to create 25 jobs in Buckie.
THE value of fish landings at Buckie Harbour plummeted by more than a third last year, newly published figures have shown.
A BUCKIE man has helped the family of an old school chum killed in action during the Cyprus Emergency receive a military honour.
SOCIAL justice and breaking down barriers are top of the agenda for one of the north-east's newest MSPs.
He was principal conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra from 1967 to 1979.
Ali Harbi Ali, 25, will make appear in a crown court dock for the first time on Friday.
Covid vaccinations and a stay in hospital for the Queen figure prominently in the Friday papers.
Kuenssberg has been a contentious figure during her tenure as political editor.
HUNTLY will take on the League Two side in the Scottish Cup second round.
The 23-year-old has lost just once in 14 fights and steps up to open elite class.
Numerous personal best times for local swimmers.
Garioch Gymnastics Club welcomed representatives from the sport's national organisation to see its new facilities.
Turriff RFC were unable to come away with a win against Highland RFC 3rd XV, despite a fantastic second half performance.
Leaders scored four times in closing nine minutes after Keith missed a penalty.
A GOAL in either half secured all three points for the Jags on Saturday.
Formartine United scored five goals without reply against Turriff United on Saturday at North Lodge Park.
Our photographers are back on the street capturing the best moments of Invernessian weekend nightlife.
Former Cairngorms National Park chief executive Duncan Bryden talks about a community venture in Tomatin, including some great walking and cycling.
Another Sunday, another round of City Seen Flashback pictures, bringing you the best snaps from nights out and events around Inverness.
Read the latest from our columnist Nicky Marr.
ACTIVE OUTDOORS: John Davidson is joined by Peter Evans on a Kintail Munro that offers an interesting hands-on ridge route for a more challenging day
'This is a fantastic opportunity for students to showcase their talents to a wider audience'
Erasure have announced they will play at Aberdeen's P&J Live next year.
'At the festival you can travel around Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and the Americas'
Connecting with nature for the project is something Peter Noble loved – and, in lockdown, it felt good to reconnect.
'Music is really good for me, probably bigger than it’s ever been and I didn’t expect it'
Festival will host 26 concerts and ceilidhs, a variety of workshops and Facebook Live events
THE tribute show will take place at Elgin Town Hall in December.
Unicorn Christmas Party which will open at The Lemon Tree in Aberdeen this Christmas.