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Committee hears of speeding woes

19 August 2021
Committee hears of speeding woes

Committee hears of speeding woes

19 August 2021

Aberdeenshire's Infrastructure Services Committee heard today of speeding issues on a Blackburn road which is "a tragedy waiting to happen".


MP welcomes UK Hydrogen Strategy

19 August 2021
MP welcomes UK Hydrogen Strategy

MP welcomes UK Hydrogen Strategy

19 August 2021

The UK Department For Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy have published their Hydrogen Strategy, which has been welcomed by MP Richard Thomson.


MP highlights World Humanitarian Day

18 August 2021
MP highlights World Humanitarian Day

MP highlights World Humanitarian Day

18 August 2021

MP Richard Thomson has highlighted World Humanitarian Day 2021, which takes place on August 19.


Pedestrian shortcut closed to allow for repair survey

18 August 2021
Pedestrian shortcut closed to allow for repair survey

Pedestrian shortcut closed to allow for repair survey

18 August 2021

The stairs from Riverside Road to Bruce Crescent in Ellon have been closed until a survey can be carried out to see what repairs are required.


MSP urges locals to look into ScotSpirit scheme

18 August 2021
MSP urges locals to look into ScotSpirit scheme

MSP urges locals to look into ScotSpirit scheme

18 August 2021

MSP Karen Adam is urging constituents and local businesses to take part in ScotSpirit holiday voucher scheme.


Councillors approve continued bridge closures near King Edward

17 August 2021
Councillors approve continued bridge closures near King Edward

Councillors approve continued bridge closures near King Edward

17 August 2021

Plans to prohibit driving on roads surrounding a number of washed away bridges have been approved as news of their replacement was confirmed.


Ellon welcomes new businesses

17 August 2021
Ellon welcomes new businesses

Ellon welcomes new businesses

17 August 2021

Ellon town centre has welcomed two new businesses this week - Mitchell's House Of Mayhem and The Pet Stop.


Substation team clear over 12 tonnes of rubbish

16 August 2021
Substation team clear over 12 tonnes of rubbish

Substation team clear over 12 tonnes of rubbish

16 August 2021

St Fergus substation team cleared over 12 tonnes of rubbish from the local beach.


Pupils encourage to tap up this term

16 August 2021
Pupils encourage to tap up this term

Pupils encourage to tap up this term

16 August 2021

Pupils returning to the classroom this week are being encouraged to make topping up from the tap a part of their daily school regime.


Jobs boost for Aberdeen software company

15 August 2021
Jobs boost for Aberdeen software company

Jobs boost for Aberdeen software company

15 August 2021

Aberdeen based ZynQ 360 are set to increase their headcount significantly following a series of global contract awards totalling over $5000000.


Small attractions suffer as tourists drawn to big names

15 August 2021
Small attractions suffer as tourists drawn to big names

Small attractions suffer as tourists drawn to big names

15 August 2021

People across the UK are planning a massive 66,000,000 trips to museums and galleries this year.


Millenials are keeping teddy close

15 August 2021
Millenials are keeping teddy close

Millenials are keeping teddy close

15 August 2021

It’s not just the little ones who like to have their teddies on their bed in pride of place, new research has revealed.


Duncan and Todd exclusive with luxury brand

14 August 2021
Duncan and Todd exclusive with luxury brand

Duncan and Todd exclusive with luxury brand

14 August 2021

The Duncan and Todd Group is now Scotland’s exclusive stockist for Taylor Morris’ debut optical collection.


ScotSpirit Scheme to boost pandemic recovery

14 August 2021
ScotSpirit Scheme to boost pandemic recovery

ScotSpirit Scheme to boost pandemic recovery

14 August 2021

VisitScotland is encouraging businesses to sign up to a scheme to help low income families, unpaid carers and disadvantaged young people.


Concert brings members together again

13 August 2021
Concert brings members together again

Concert brings members together again

13 August 2021

A small concert in the grounds of Session Cottage signalled the return of social events for Turriff And District Heritage Society members.


Busy weekend for Turriff Light House

12 August 2021
Busy weekend for Turriff Light House

Busy weekend for Turriff Light House

12 August 2021

Light House Youth Club, which ran a number of community projects during lockdown, will return this weekend with a barbecue and family open day.


Scottish SPCA launches No Bad Breed campaign

12 August 2021
Scottish SPCA launches No Bad Breed campaign

Scottish SPCA launches No Bad Breed campaign

12 August 2021

The charity have launched their No Bad Breed campaign urging members of the public to sign a petition asking for a review of the Dangerous Dogs Act.


Ellon Park and Ride upgrade progress is welcomed by councillor

12 August 2021
Ellon Park and Ride upgrade progress is welcomed by councillor

Ellon Park and Ride upgrade progress is welcomed by councillor

12 August 2021

Phase 2 of the works to the extension of the site were started in June and will continue for several weeks.


RNIB welcome new Scottish Government website

11 August 2021
RNIB welcome new Scottish Government website

RNIB welcome new Scottish Government website

11 August 2021

Sight loss charity RNIB Scotland has welcomed the launch of a new Scottish Government website sharing information on visual impairment.


MSP meets with women's advocacy groups

11 August 2021
MSP meets with women's advocacy groups

MSP meets with women's advocacy groups

11 August 2021

MSP Karen Adam met with leaders to discuss future plans to support the thousands of women facing structural, labour, health and financial inequalities


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