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A Boyndie firm will be featured on BBC Radio 2 on Tuesday morning when it will chat all things porridge with breakfast show host Dermot O'Leary.
Initial plans for a new housing development to be built in Gardenstown have been approved by Aberdeenshire Council.
Daniel Sloss, Gary Meikle and Tez Ilyas have already confirmed new dates with Jon Richardson set to confirm his return in the coming weeks.
NHS Grampian have confirmed that the number of cases detected in the Aberdeen Covid-19 cluster associated with the Hawthorn Bar now stands at 27.
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Service users at Teen Challenge’s men’s facility at Sunnybrae near Fyvie and women’s refuge Benaiah near Mintlaw see meetings resume.
As work continues to deal with the backlog of cutting and maintenance, further assistance from local communities continues to help with the issue.
FINAL farewells will be paid to Buckie coach industry stalwart Gordon Mayne this Wednesday when he is laid to rest.
Peterhead Police Station at Merchant Street will be non-operational as of Monday, August 10 as officers move to new accommodation at Buchan House.
The location proved to difficult for the ambulance team to access, leading to assistance by local teams from Cruden Bay and Peterhead.
Summer is here and it is a great time to make some healthy changes.
FAMILY came first for one young talented footballer as he savoured the moment of his greatest professional triumph.
Heavy rain lead to the water being coloured but a cut back of weeds boosted insect life for an end of week feeding bonanza for the fish.
BUCKIE Ladies FC are to delay a return to training until later this year.
Ski Centre facilities in Aberdeenshire are to reopen this weekend.
The event was planned for September.
COVE Rangers, Caley Thistle, Elgin City and Peterhead have discovered their opening fixtures for the next SPFL season.
THE chance to be part of something special is on offer when Buckie Thistle Football Development (BTFD) hold their AGM.
A BRAND-NEW book documenting the Highland League is set to be released in August.
Jamie Harris reviews new releases Rocket Arena, Orcs Must Die! 3, Paper Mario: The Origami King and Creaks
Wine expert Richard Meadows looks at ancient ways of fermenting wine as some makers go full circle to enhance their drinks
ArtyNess: Children's author Barbara Henderson speaks to Joan Michael of the Wester Ross village's book festival after the event was cancelled for 2020
As huge parts of the cycle network in the Highlands are reclassified, John Davidson spoke to Sustrans Scotland director John Lauder about its future
Many gardens have now reopened to the public for summer. Hannah Stephenson selects some of the best across the UK
The team behind a mini Black Isle music festival are pushing ahead with plans for it to return next month.
Special films from performers and arts companies
Fiona Mackenzie highlights unique archive
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Time is running out for participants to submit their performances for the Royal National Mòd which will be held online this year.
Live Julia Donaldson reading new book