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Teenager killed in A95 crash

Teenager killed in A95 crash

Teenager killed in A95 crash

07 June 2011

A TEENAGER was killed when his car crashed on the A95 Banff-Keith road on Saturday night.


Macduff maritime writer's sculpture unveiled

Macduff maritime writer's sculpture unveiled

Macduff maritime writer's sculpture unveiled

07 June 2011

A SCULPTURE in honour of maritime writer and artist Peter Anson has been unveiled in Macduff, completing a two-year project for a Banff group.


Tesco denies delay rumours over Banff store

Tesco denies delay rumours over Banff store

Tesco denies delay rumours over Banff store

07 June 2011

TESCO has dismissed claims that it could be at least three more years before a long-awaited superstore is built in Banff. Rumours have been rife in…


Protest storm warning over turbines

Protest storm warning over turbines

Protest storm warning over turbines

23 May 2011

PLANS to develop two community-owned wind turbines near Aberchirder could create a storm of protest, it was warned this week.


Call for tighter controls on wind turbines

Call for tighter controls on wind turbines

Call for tighter controls on wind turbines

23 May 2011

A DEVERON Valley group has challenged Aberdeenshire Council’s planners to put stricter controls on the proliferation of wind turbines in the area.


Conoeist tells of terror in the bay

Conoeist tells of terror in the bay

Conoeist tells of terror in the bay

23 May 2011

A CANOEIST has told of his terror as his kayak was deliberately overturned by a jet-skier hundreds of yards out to sea in Gamrie Bay.


Work to start on replacing destroyed bridge

Work to start on replacing destroyed bridge

Work to start on replacing destroyed bridge

23 May 2011

A BRIDGE swept away by a raging flood near Cornhill 18 months ago is set to be replaced by Aberdeenshire Council.


Prime land sale could trigger golf club boost

Prime land sale could trigger golf club boost

Prime land sale could trigger golf club boost

23 May 2011

THE sale of prime housing land overlooking the sea in Macduff could be set to pave the way for a massive upgrade of the clubhouse of Royal Tarlair golf…


Blow as butcher and baker close the doors

Blow as butcher and baker close the doors

Blow as butcher and baker close the doors

23 May 2011

GARDENSTOWN has suffered a heavy blow with the closure of its famous bakery and grocers and a neighbouring butcher’s shop.


Housing development prompts high anxiety

Housing development prompts high anxiety

Housing development prompts high anxiety

23 May 2011

A BANFF councillor has expressed concern over the impact of a new housing development in the town and said that "lessons need to be learned".


Driver's guilty plea to teen girl's death

Driver's guilty plea to teen girl's death

Driver's guilty plea to teen girl's death

23 May 2011

A YOUNG Fraserburgh man pleaded guilty last week to causing the death of young Gamrie woman, Laura Thomas, in a high-speed crash last September.


Council’s U-turn on taxi proposals

Council’s U-turn on taxi proposals

Council’s U-turn on taxi proposals

23 May 2011

FOLLOWING a storm of protest, Aberdeenshire Council chiefs are expected to backtrack on a plan to force taxis older than five years off the road.


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