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Unions says farmers must be protected by livestock worrying legislation

Unions says farmers must be protected by livestock worrying legislation

Unions says farmers must be protected by livestock worrying legislation

24 September 2020

NFU Scotland Vice President highlights the need for greater protection for those who are blighted by dog attacks on their livestock


Amendments to Bill proposed to safeguard freedom of speech

Amendments to Bill proposed to safeguard freedom of speech

Amendments to Bill proposed to safeguard freedom of speech

23 September 2020

Conviction for stirring up hatred would be possible only when it was shown that someone intended to stir up hatred through their actions or behaviour.


Wheelie bin incidents prompt fraud warning

Wheelie bin incidents prompt fraud warning

Wheelie bin incidents prompt fraud warning

22 September 2020

Police in the Garioch area have become aware of several instances recently where residents have had their wheelie bins contents gone through.


Arrests after Huntly drug search

Arrests after Huntly drug search

Arrests after Huntly drug search

20 September 2020

Class A drugs worth approximately £1000 were recovered.


Drug dealers targeted in County Lines day of action by Police Scotland

Drug dealers targeted in County Lines day of action by Police Scotland

Drug dealers targeted in County Lines day of action by Police Scotland

17 September 2020

COUNTY Lines day of action in north east and Scotland.


Appeal after cat found in bin

Appeal after cat found in bin

Appeal after cat found in bin

11 September 2020

The abandoned cat was found in a box in Belhelvie Church cemetery.


Charges after Alford caravan theft

Charges after Alford caravan theft

Charges after Alford caravan theft

09 September 2020

Two men aged 20 and 22 were arrested and charged in relation to thefts from several caravans at Haughton Caravan Park


MSP praises work of Scottish SPCA

MSP praises work of Scottish SPCA

MSP praises work of Scottish SPCA

08 September 2020

The charity received around 120,000 calls in the first six months of the year.


ITV drama tells the story of serial killer Dennis Nilsen

ITV drama tells the story of serial killer Dennis Nilsen

ITV drama tells the story of serial killer Dennis Nilsen

08 September 2020

The three part drama will look at the investigation into the killings carried out by the Fraserburgh born civil servant.


Moray stores targeted amid spate of north-east break-ins

Moray stores targeted amid spate of north-east break-ins

Moray stores targeted amid spate of north-east break-ins

03 September 2020

HARBRO in Elgin and Mackenzie and Cruickshank in Forres were broken into overnight.


Buckie man with £15k of heroin jailed for 10 months

Buckie man with £15k of heroin jailed for 10 months

Buckie man with £15k of heroin jailed for 10 months

03 September 2020

BUCKIE man found with £15k of heroin.


Warning after farm equipment theft

Warning after farm equipment theft

Warning after farm equipment theft

03 September 2020

Police are appealing for information following the theft of power tools and GPS satellite tracking systems fitted to tractors from a farm near Banff.


Appeal after Alford thefts

Appeal after Alford thefts

Appeal after Alford thefts

01 September 2020

Police Scotland are asking residents to be vigilant following thefts from motor vehicles in the town.


Police Scotland granted powers to break up large house parties

Police Scotland granted powers to break up large house parties

Police Scotland granted powers to break up large house parties

27 August 2020

Restrictions on social gatherings come into force from Friday making it an offence to breach Covid-19 guidance by having a large house party indoors.


Figures show a surge in fly-tipping in Aberdeenshire since start of lockdown

Figures show a surge in fly-tipping in Aberdeenshire since start of lockdown

Figures show a surge in fly-tipping in Aberdeenshire since start of lockdown

24 August 2020

Items which have been dumped illegally include everything from car tyres to caravans.


Police appeal following Ellon theft

Police appeal following Ellon theft

Police appeal following Ellon theft

20 August 2020

A quad was stolen around 2.30am on Monday.


Calls for ban on "cruel" rabbit hutches

Calls for ban on "cruel" rabbit hutches

Calls for ban on "cruel" rabbit hutches

15 August 2020

The UK's largest charity for rabbits is calling for the ban to improve the lives of pet rabbits.


Parking problems for village residents

Parking problems for village residents

Parking problems for village residents

11 August 2020

Anti-social parking has been an issue in Collieston on sunny days.


Unsolicited seed packages prompt a warning to recipients

Unsolicited seed packages prompt a warning to recipients

Unsolicited seed packages prompt a warning to recipients

10 August 2020

Households have over the past weeks been receiving unsolicited packets of seeds in the post from China as part of what is possibly a scam.


Aberdeenshire Trading Standards seize fake Fendi, Versace and Burberry face coverings

Aberdeenshire Trading Standards seize fake Fendi, Versace and Burberry face coverings

Aberdeenshire Trading Standards seize fake Fendi, Versace and Burberry face coverings

10 August 2020

The team have urged caution over the purchase of items which may be at a price that is to good to be true.


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