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Foghouse Spirits, launched by the founder of the Inverurie Whisky Shop has kicked off with gin but plans a single cask whisky range and rum.
Hundreds of people gathered in the centre of Huntly to welcome home World Cup of Darts Champion John Henderson after his triumph in Germany.
The organiser of Huntly Hairst encourages community groups and businesses who would like to be involved in 2022 to get in touch.
The first Huntly Hairst Great Youth Bake Off has been hailed a success with some magnificent entries from young bakers.
The Scottish Parliament has congratulated John Henderson from Huntly on clinching his maiden PDC title by winning the darts World Cup for Scotland.
A man waited 25 minutes three times for someone at NHS 24 to answer after cutting his arm on barbed wire but still got no reply.
A 1.8 metre tall bottle, filled in Huntly and holding 311 litres of 32 year old Macallan, has set a new Guinness World Records title.
After a successful return of Huntly Hairst, the community celebration of rural life, an appeal is launched to help meet the cost of future events.
Transport Scotland is to undertake further road surface improvements on the A96 near Huntly next week. Work has been going on this week on the route
The memory of former Gordon Schools Rector, John Swan will live on in a project he campaigned for during his time at the secondary school in Huntly.
The judge at Huntly Hairst's Word Stovies Championship described the winning entry as being good old fashioned stovies with plenty of meat.
Stalls did a roaring trade and visitors enjoyed a bumper day out when Huntly Square was packed for the return of Huntly Hairst.
Dean's of Huntly will be serving up the Huntly Hairst winning shortbread in their Bistro from next week for the rest of the month.
Over 700 runners from kids to veterans took part in Huntly's Room to Run series which returned after a one year absence.
A group of seven men who were all pals at Buckie High School have completed a cycle marathon in memory of one of their group who took his own life.
Surface improvement work on the A96 near Huntly gets underway on Monday and will take place over one week, mainly between 7.30pm and 6.30am.
After a one year absence, Huntly Hairst returns this Saturday with stalls, a craft fair, competitions and new for 2021 a sausage eating challenge.
Seven men from Buckie are cycling from John o' Groats to Murrayfield in memory of their school friend Greg Smith who took his own life 10 years ago.
Moves are afoot to restore museum displays to Huntly in a drive to attract visitors to the town and create something to encourage them to stay longer.