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Repair work for Banff harbour to be discussed at event

Repair work for Banff harbour to be discussed at event

Repair work for Banff harbour to be discussed at event

A public engagement event will discuss proposed repair works at Banff harbour.


Scottish Conservatives confirm Holyrood candidate

Scottish Conservatives confirm Holyrood candidate

Scottish Conservatives confirm Holyrood candidate

A local councillor and former soldier will contest the Banffshire and Buchan Coast seat in the 2021 Holyrood election for the Scottish Conservatives.


Bakery set for showcase at Royal Highland Show

Bakery set for showcase at Royal Highland Show

Bakery set for showcase at Royal Highland Show

A Turriff business will be taking centre stage at the Royal Highland Show where it will feature a product as part of a showcase of Scottish food.


Dance events support lifesaving charities

Dance events support lifesaving charities

Dance events support lifesaving charities

A couple who organised ceilidh dance classes has raised hundreds of pounds for two lifesaving charities.


£450k for building's new lease of life

£450k for building's new lease of life

£450k for building's new lease of life

A building which was a bowling alley in Macduff before being damaged by fire will be resurrected.


Times gone by will be featured in exhibition

Times gone by will be featured in exhibition

Times gone by will be featured in exhibition

Life from a bygone era is the focus of a photography exhibition in Macduff this summer.


Fordyce kids go back to wartime

Fordyce kids go back to wartime

Fordyce kids go back to wartime

THE sound of an air raid siren outside Fordyce Primary marked the beginning of a very special school trip.


Boat festival getting ready to set sail

Boat festival getting ready to set sail

Boat festival getting ready to set sail

Portsoy is set to welcome thousands of people to the town as it hosts the 26th Scottish Traditional Boat Festival this weekend.


Business booming for iconic Cullen hotel

Business booming for iconic Cullen hotel

Business booming for iconic Cullen hotel

AFTER leaving a community shell-shocked following its sudden closure in 2011, the Seafield Arms Hotel in Cullen is thriving under new management.


Plan B call for Moray troubled Moray dredger

Plan B call for Moray troubled Moray dredger

Plan B call for Moray troubled Moray dredger

MORAY'S council-run harbours could be left without dredging cover when the local authority's dredger goes into dry dock for repairs.


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