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Double foodie boost for Alford as Soos Lug opens its doors and plans are unveiled for a further new cafe at the former Co-op premises

26 September 2021
Double foodie boost for Alford as Soos Lug opens its doors and plans are unveiled for a further new cafe at the former Co-op premises

Double foodie boost for Alford as Soos Lug opens its doors and plans are unveiled for a further new cafe at the former Co-op premises

26 September 2021

Multi-award winner Mark Reynolds, owner of Piggery-Smokery has opened the Soos Lug and plans have been submitted for the empty shop.


Marking 60 years of independent television in north-east

26 September 2021
Marking 60 years of independent television in north-east

Marking 60 years of independent television in north-east

26 September 2021

The 60th anniversary of the formation of Grampian TV has been marked in parliament and with the publication of a new book.


New inspector takes over the Buchan area

26 September 2021
New inspector takes over the Buchan area

New inspector takes over the Buchan area

26 September 2021

Rory Campbell steps into the role building on his previous experience in Fraserburgh.


Mobile Covid-19 testing programme continues in Aberdeenshire

25 September 2021
Mobile Covid-19 testing programme continues in Aberdeenshire

Mobile Covid-19 testing programme continues in Aberdeenshire

25 September 2021

Testing will be available across Aberdeenshire from Monday through to Friday, with collections also available for home test kits.


Exciting programme will mark 10 years of Haddo Arts Festival

23 September 2021
Exciting programme will mark 10 years of Haddo Arts Festival

Exciting programme will mark 10 years of Haddo Arts Festival

23 September 2021

Events will run from October 8 – 17, showcasing both local and international art in Haddo House.


Living legend to raise curtain on the first Braemar folk festival

23 September 2021
Living legend to raise curtain on the first Braemar folk festival

Living legend to raise curtain on the first Braemar folk festival

23 September 2021

Folk legend Peggy Seeger and her son Calum MacColl raise the curtain next Friday night.


Politics: Action is needed to achieve net-zero goals

23 September 2021
Politics: Action is needed to achieve net-zero goals

Politics: Action is needed to achieve net-zero goals

23 September 2021

In his column, MP David Duguid discusses the the issues of net-zero transition and support for the farming sector.


Further action taken over anti-social driving in and around Turriff

23 September 2021
Further action taken over anti-social driving in and around Turriff

Further action taken over anti-social driving in and around Turriff

23 September 2021

Two vehicles were seized and four drivers charged with various offences.


New appointments to the board of Quality Meat Scotland

23 September 2021
New appointments to the board of Quality Meat Scotland

New appointments to the board of Quality Meat Scotland

23 September 2021

Ian Bentley, Peter Brown, Adrian Ivory, Scott Jarron and Niall Jeffrey will take up new roles.


US moves to lift ban on British lamb imports welcomed in the north-east

22 September 2021
US moves to lift ban on British lamb imports welcomed in the north-east

US moves to lift ban on British lamb imports welcomed in the north-east

22 September 2021

Local MP David Duguid has welcomed an announcement that the United States will lift its decade long ban on British lamb imports.


Beltex tops the Thainstone multi-breed ram sale

21 September 2021
Beltex tops the Thainstone multi-breed ram sale

Beltex tops the Thainstone multi-breed ram sale

21 September 2021

Stuart Wood's Beltex shearling tapped out as champion in the pre-sale show sold to Scott McRobbie of Keera, Middlehill, Cuminestown for 2000gns.


Magic, mayhem and spellbinding enchantment are all part of shows announced by Aberdeen Performing Arts

21 September 2021
Magic, mayhem and spellbinding enchantment are all part of shows announced by Aberdeen Performing Arts

Magic, mayhem and spellbinding enchantment are all part of shows announced by Aberdeen Performing Arts

21 September 2021

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Rock of Ages, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and Magic Goes Wrong all head to HMT.


Banff and Buchan MP joins increasing calls for Aberdeenshire recycling centre bookings to be scrapped

21 September 2021
Banff and Buchan MP joins increasing calls for Aberdeenshire recycling centre bookings to be scrapped

Banff and Buchan MP joins increasing calls for Aberdeenshire recycling centre bookings to be scrapped

21 September 2021

A review which will run until October 17 will assess the booking system and restrictions on vans and trailers.


Decision expected on the future of Peterhead schools

21 September 2021
Decision expected on the future of Peterhead schools

Decision expected on the future of Peterhead schools

21 September 2021

The potential closure and merger of Dales Park and Meethill will be considered at a full meeting of Aberdeenshire Council on Thursday.


Covid-19 booster vaccinations get underway in care homes

20 September 2021
Covid-19 booster vaccinations get underway in care homes

Covid-19 booster vaccinations get underway in care homes

20 September 2021

The injections are to be given alongside flu jab where appropriate.


Festival returns to celebrate the best of Doric

19 September 2021
Festival returns to celebrate the best of Doric

Festival returns to celebrate the best of Doric

19 September 2021

Across the Grain sees a host of events including music, song, poetry and the return of Doric Call My Bluff.


SRUC research into bio-mass derived foam from hemp offers new commercial opportunities

19 September 2021
SRUC research into bio-mass derived foam from hemp offers new commercial opportunities

SRUC research into bio-mass derived foam from hemp offers new commercial opportunities

19 September 2021

SRUC and Riga Technical University have found that waste materials from hemp biomass can be processed into sustainable foams for use in packaging.


Appeal after break in at Kinloss Golf Club

19 September 2021
Appeal after break in at Kinloss Golf Club

Appeal after break in at Kinloss Golf Club

19 September 2021

Kinloss Country Golf Club was vandalised and broken into between Friday 3 and Thursday, September 9.


North-east family firm celebrates silver milestone

19 September 2021
North-east family firm celebrates silver milestone

North-east family firm celebrates silver milestone

19 September 2021

Greenwell Equipment which specialises in cabins, containers, racking and office furniture has grown to become a multi-million-pound business.


Mobile testing programme continues in Aberdeenshire

18 September 2021
Mobile testing programme continues in Aberdeenshire

Mobile testing programme continues in Aberdeenshire

18 September 2021

Sites will be in operation again from Monday - Friday across the north-east offering testing and test collection.


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