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Inspiring Aberdeenshire finals go virtual

Inspiring Aberdeenshire finals go virtual

Inspiring Aberdeenshire finals go virtual

23 October 2020

The annual awards ceremony will be streamed live on Youtube on Tuesday. Read about this year's finalists here.


Remembrance Sunday parade halted in Huntly but tributes to war dead will be laid

Remembrance Sunday parade halted in Huntly but tributes to war dead will be laid

Remembrance Sunday parade halted in Huntly but tributes to war dead will be laid

23 October 2020

Remembrance Sunday in Huntly will not include the traditional parade to the war memorial but poppy tributes will still be laid by local organisations.


Huntly library closure rumour quashed as Live Life Aberdeenshire look to re-start services

Huntly library closure rumour quashed as Live Life Aberdeenshire look to re-start services

Huntly library closure rumour quashed as Live Life Aberdeenshire look to re-start services

21 October 2020

Live Life Aberdeenshire say at this time there is no decision to close the Brander Library permanently or otherwise stop library service provision.


A Rhynie woman is walking across Scotland walk calling for communities to back the Digital Scottish Covenant to empower communities and instruct elected representatives of the need for change across society.

A Rhynie woman is walking across Scotland walk calling for communities to back the Digital Scottish Covenant to empower communities and instruct elected representatives of the need for change across society.

A Rhynie woman is walking across Scotland walk calling for communities to back the Digital Scottish Covenant to empower communities and instruct elected representatives of the need for change across society.

17 October 2020

Diane Mathieson will trek 527 miles in the Long Walk to Freedom to promote to the Digital Scottish Covenant which aims to empower communities.


Insch set for an invasion of Scarecrows for second annual festival

Insch set for an invasion of Scarecrows for second annual festival

Insch set for an invasion of Scarecrows for second annual festival

16 October 2020

The Insch Scarecrow Hunt begins this weekend - over 70 straw filled displays will be taking over the village and people are urged to look for them.


Huntly Rotary Club call off Christmas festival and the visit from the Cairngorm Reindeer pulling Santa in his sleigh due to Covid concerns.

Huntly Rotary Club call off Christmas festival and the visit from the Cairngorm Reindeer pulling Santa in his sleigh due to Covid concerns.

Huntly Rotary Club call off Christmas festival and the visit from the Cairngorm Reindeer pulling Santa in his sleigh due to Covid concerns.

15 October 2020

A visit from the Cairngorm Reindeer pulling Santa in his sleigh into The Square in Huntly, supported by Huntly Rotary Club won't go ahead this year.


Wildcat footage sparks hope

Wildcat footage sparks hope

Wildcat footage sparks hope

10 October 2020

"One of the rarest kittens in the world" has been caught on camera in Aberdeenshire.


MSP welcomes plans to boost rural teacher numbers in Aberdeenshire

MSP welcomes plans to boost rural teacher numbers in Aberdeenshire

MSP welcomes plans to boost rural teacher numbers in Aberdeenshire

06 October 2020

Between 2010 and 2019 there was a drop of 26 teachers working in schools across Aberdeenshire.


Hammer blow for Huntly, Turriff, Insch and Alford as TSB pulls out

Hammer blow for Huntly, Turriff, Insch and Alford as TSB pulls out

Hammer blow for Huntly, Turriff, Insch and Alford as TSB pulls out

30 September 2020

Branches in Huntly, Insch, Turriff and Alford are to close following the announcement by the banking group that it is axing 73 branches in Scotland.


MSP praises charity's efforts

MSP praises charity's efforts

MSP praises charity's efforts

29 September 2020

A north east MSP has voiced his support of the work done by charity Marie Curie in 2019/20.


Men's Shed reflect on time at the top

Men's Shed reflect on time at the top

Men's Shed reflect on time at the top

29 September 2020

Aberchirder And District Men's Shed have passed on the Scottish Shed Of The Year title this month.


Huntly footballers are charity champions after 24 hour cycle and run marathon raises £3170

Huntly footballers are charity champions after 24 hour cycle and run marathon raises £3170

Huntly footballers are charity champions after 24 hour cycle and run marathon raises £3170

16 September 2020

Two Huntly charities have each received £1585 following a 24 hour cycle and running marathon by members of Huntly Amateurs Football Club.


Artists in and around Huntly are ready to welcome visitors to their studios for final weekend of annual event

Artists in and around Huntly are ready to welcome visitors to their studios for final weekend of annual event

Artists in and around Huntly are ready to welcome visitors to their studios for final weekend of annual event

16 September 2020

North East Open Studios visitors, on foot or virtually, will find a huge variety of different arts. Open venues have visitor safety measures in place.


Beware of TV Licensing scammers

Beware of TV Licensing scammers

Beware of TV Licensing scammers

10 September 2020

Gordon MP Richard Thomson is raising awareness of the scams targetting more elderly and vulnerable constituents.


Huntly diabetic duo send off coast to coast trekking buddies raising cash to find a cure for their illness

Huntly diabetic duo send off coast to coast trekking buddies raising cash to find a cure for their illness

Huntly diabetic duo send off coast to coast trekking buddies raising cash to find a cure for their illness

05 September 2020

Pals, Kenny Wilson and Darren McWilliam were inspired to do a charity trek by Huntly youngsters, Annalise and Hamish Ogg who have type one diabetes.


National Trust For Scotland reveals plans

National Trust For Scotland reveals plans

National Trust For Scotland reveals plans

20 August 2020

Generous funding means that the conservation charity is not as badly affected as initially feared.


Proud Huntly sister campaigns for Stonehaven rail crash hero to be honoured

Proud Huntly sister campaigns for Stonehaven rail crash hero to be honoured

Proud Huntly sister campaigns for Stonehaven rail crash hero to be honoured

20 August 2020

The Huntly family of conductor, Nicola Whyte say they could not have done what she did to raise the alarm to get help for the derailment victims.


Huntly woman hailed a hero in rail crash aftermath

Huntly woman hailed a hero in rail crash aftermath

Huntly woman hailed a hero in rail crash aftermath

14 August 2020

A woman from Huntly averted further tragedy on the line south of Aberdeen by raising the alarm following Wednesday morning's catastrophic rail crash


New figures show ScotRail trains have arrive on time for five months in a row

New figures show ScotRail trains have arrive on time for five months in a row

New figures show ScotRail trains have arrive on time for five months in a row

01 August 2020

ScotRail have issued new figures showing nine out of ten trains have arrived on time in the past five months.


Huntly and Alford ski centres to reopen this weekend

Huntly and Alford ski centres to reopen this weekend

Huntly and Alford ski centres to reopen this weekend

30 July 2020

Ski Centre facilities in Aberdeenshire are to reopen this weekend.


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