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Politics: Education budget cuts are a disaster for families

Politics: Education budget cuts are a disaster for families

Politics: Education budget cuts are a disaster for families

03 March 2024

In her latest column, MSP Karen Adam raises concerns about the education cuts made in the Aberdeenshire Council budget.


Aberdeenshire Council's budget woes sees it turn to older residents for help

Aberdeenshire Council's budget woes sees it turn to older residents for help

Aberdeenshire Council's budget woes sees it turn to older residents for help

02 March 2024

The council is calling on its older residents to take on jobs that it can no longer afford to pay for.


Still no UK Govt decision on improving access at Insch station

Still no UK Govt decision on improving access at Insch station

Still no UK Govt decision on improving access at Insch station

01 March 2024

A bid has been made for Access for All funding to improve the situation at Insch, which has no level access to one of its platforms.


NICKY MARR: Hit pause on new national parks

NICKY MARR: Hit pause on new national parks

NICKY MARR: Hit pause on new national parks

28 February 2024

Can we press pause on more National Parks? Just till we’re back on track with the vital stuff?


Have your say: Should promotion of unhealthy food and drink be restricted?

Have your say: Should promotion of unhealthy food and drink be restricted?

Have your say: Should promotion of unhealthy food and drink be restricted?

27 February 2024

The public is being asked for views on proposals to restrict the promotion of food and drink high in fat, sugar and salt such as multi-buys.


Are referees 'ruling by fear'? Forres boss hits out at swear word red card

Are referees 'ruling by fear'? Forres boss hits out at swear word red card

Are referees 'ruling by fear'? Forres boss hits out at swear word red card

27 February 2024

Curse uttered in the heat of battle led to contentious Mechanics dismissal on Saturday


Figures reveal SEPA issued a record number of Flood Alerts and Warnings this winter

Figures reveal SEPA issued a record number of Flood Alerts and Warnings this winter

Figures reveal SEPA issued a record number of Flood Alerts and Warnings this winter

27 February 2024

A total of 720 messages have been sent since September 1, the highest number since SEPA introduced its Floodline service in March 2011.


Politics: Offshore bill provides confidence and certainty

Politics: Offshore bill provides confidence and certainty

Politics: Offshore bill provides confidence and certainty

25 February 2024

In his latest column, MP David Duguid has hailed the Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill.


NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

NICKY MARR: Selling up – for the right reasons

21 February 2024

The housing crisis here – as in other parts of Scotland – is well documented.


"I couldn't feel my feet or calves" - Moray footballer on road to recovery from bizarre injury

"I couldn't feel my feet or calves" - Moray footballer on road to recovery from bizarre injury

"I couldn't feel my feet or calves" - Moray footballer on road to recovery from bizarre injury

21 February 2024

Loan spell at Huntly has helped 19-year-old get his career back on track.


More pictures from Rothes - Keith derby as Moray duo get ready to do it again on Saturday

More pictures from Rothes - Keith derby as Moray duo get ready to do it again on Saturday

More pictures from Rothes - Keith derby as Moray duo get ready to do it again on Saturday

21 February 2024

Keith have a midweek clash against Forres before their Rothes rematch.


Inverurie businesses voice concern over free parking removal

Inverurie businesses voice concern over free parking removal

Inverurie businesses voice concern over free parking removal

20 February 2024

Inverurie business owners have hit out at plans to remove free parking from the Burn Lane car park.


Have your say: Primary school provision within the Turriff, Banff and Westhill areas

Have your say: Primary school provision within the Turriff, Banff and Westhill areas

Have your say: Primary school provision within the Turriff, Banff and Westhill areas

20 February 2024

Officers in Aberdeenshire are seeking your views on primary school education within the Turriff, Banff and Westhill clusters.


Politics: Nurturing trust with agriculture industry is vital

Politics: Nurturing trust with agriculture industry is vital

Politics: Nurturing trust with agriculture industry is vital

18 February 2024

In her latest column, MSP Karen Adam reflects on the National Farmers Union Scotland annual general meeting.


Two further cases of measles confirmed in Scotland

Two further cases of measles confirmed in Scotland

Two further cases of measles confirmed in Scotland

17 February 2024

The public is being encouraged to take up the offer of the Measles, Mumps and Rubella vaccine as cases spread throughout the UK.


Moray Province Curling title races coming close to a conclusion

Moray Province Curling title races coming close to a conclusion

Moray Province Curling title races coming close to a conclusion

17 February 2024

Pace is hotting up on the ice, east and west.


Public update event to be held in Ellon on historical River Ythan pollution incident

Public update event to be held in Ellon on historical River Ythan pollution incident

Public update event to be held in Ellon on historical River Ythan pollution incident

16 February 2024

Scottish Water will speak about the extensive operation after a large quantity of plastic biofilters escaped into the River Ythan.


Aberdeenshire councillors debate King Edward area bridge restoration petition

Aberdeenshire councillors debate King Edward area bridge restoration petition

Aberdeenshire councillors debate King Edward area bridge restoration petition

15 February 2024

Some 451 people signed a petition to reinstate funding allocated for the rebuilding of the Gorrachie Bridge, which was destroyed in September 2019.


Politics: Council move to end out-of-school care exasperating

Politics: Council move to end out-of-school care exasperating

Politics: Council move to end out-of-school care exasperating

15 February 2024

In his latest column, MP Richard Thomson has shared his worries over the decision to end out-of-school care in Aberdeenshire.


NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

14 February 2024

Comparing the opportunities that a tiny 28-pupil school can provide with what can be offered in a city school, isn’t comparing like with like.


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