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Covid update: Overall drop in Aberdeenshire's cases, but several towns see a continued increase day on day

Covid update: Overall drop in Aberdeenshire's cases, but several towns see a continued increase day on day

Covid update: Overall drop in Aberdeenshire's cases, but several towns see a continued increase day on day

09 January 2021

Case numbers have risen in Inverurie to its highest level to date while Turriff has also started to see a rise in case numbers again.


Volunteers at the ready as Huntly area feels the hit of a new Covid-19 lockdown

Volunteers at the ready as Huntly area feels the hit of a new Covid-19 lockdown

Volunteers at the ready as Huntly area feels the hit of a new Covid-19 lockdown

07 January 2021

Lockdown hits businesses but the prospect of a vaccination hub in Huntly as Covid fight is ramped up gives hope


Huntly singer and SNP candidate join forces over Visa call

Huntly singer and SNP candidate join forces over Visa call

Huntly singer and SNP candidate join forces over Visa call

06 January 2021

Huntly singer Iona Fyfe has joined forces with Aberdeenshire West SNP candidate,Fergus Mutch, calling for touring musicians to have visa free travel.


Wild West town provides inspiration for north-east comic book artist

Wild West town provides inspiration for north-east comic book artist

Wild West town provides inspiration for north-east comic book artist

05 January 2021

A member of the Tranquility Wild West Town has found inspiration from it and his love of westerns to create and publish a comic book.


"Shocking" number of Aberdeenshire homes don't have fire alarms

"Shocking" number of Aberdeenshire homes don't have fire alarms

"Shocking" number of Aberdeenshire homes don't have fire alarms

30 December 2020

MSPs have learned that more than 40 percent of fire hit homes in 2019/20 were not equipped with fire alarms.


Drivers wreck havoc over school playing fields at Huntly

Drivers wreck havoc over school playing fields at Huntly

Drivers wreck havoc over school playing fields at Huntly

30 December 2020

There have been calls for the person who drove a vehicle over playing fields in Huntly, leaving deep, dangerous tracks, to foot the repair bill.


Christmas cheer delivered across Huntly

Christmas cheer delivered across Huntly

Christmas cheer delivered across Huntly

24 December 2020

SUPPORTING people in need at Christmas.


Balhousie Huntly thanks community for hamper donations

Balhousie Huntly thanks community for hamper donations

Balhousie Huntly thanks community for hamper donations

24 December 2020

RAFFLE tickets for the hamper raised £417 for the residents' comfort fund.


Keith Community Radio to put on Christmas Day show

Keith Community Radio to put on Christmas Day show

Keith Community Radio to put on Christmas Day show

22 December 2020

SHOW to run from 10am to noon.


Seven appliances and 40 firefighters tackle roof blaze at Huntly Health centre

Seven appliances and 40 firefighters tackle roof blaze at Huntly Health centre

Seven appliances and 40 firefighters tackle roof blaze at Huntly Health centre

20 December 2020

A major incident was declared when a fire was discovered on Sunday evening in the roof Huntly Health Centre.


A Christmas message from the Church of Scotland

A Christmas message from the Church of Scotland

A Christmas message from the Church of Scotland

20 December 2020

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has a message for Grampian Online readers.


Huntly's ambitious green travel plans win cash backing of over £600k backing from national and local partners

Huntly's ambitious green travel plans win cash backing of over £600k backing from national and local partners

Huntly's ambitious green travel plans win cash backing of over £600k backing from national and local partners

19 December 2020

£712,695, including £110,161 from HDDT's reserves, has been secured for active and low carbon travel schemes around Huntly


Co-ops' £10k for health charity

Co-ops' £10k for health charity

Co-ops' £10k for health charity

15 December 2020

Five north-east supermarkets have clubbed together to help GCRA+.


Charities helping Aberdeenshire veterans stay connected

Charities helping Aberdeenshire veterans stay connected

Charities helping Aberdeenshire veterans stay connected

14 December 2020

Veterans with sight loss have been supported by charities to ensure vital social connections are maintained during the pandemic.


MP calls for everyone to be winter ready

MP calls for everyone to be winter ready

MP calls for everyone to be winter ready

12 December 2020

MP Richard Thompson is encouraging his constituents to do what they can to get ready for extreme weather.


Winter funding available to support families

Winter funding available to support families

Winter funding available to support families

10 December 2020

A multi-million pound winter fund to help families struggling financially during the pandemic has been announced.


A long serving member of Huntly Boys League and supporter of sport in the town has been awarded the title of Citizen of the Year in recognition of his commitment spanning over 50 years

A long serving member of Huntly Boys League and supporter of sport in the town has been awarded the title of Citizen of the Year in recognition of his commitment spanning over 50 years

A long serving member of Huntly Boys League and supporter of sport in the town has been awarded the title of Citizen of the Year in recognition of his commitment spanning over 50 years

10 December 2020

Allan Mitchell (60) whose involvement with Huntly Boys League began almost 55 years ago and continues today is the 2020 Huntly Citizen of the Year.


Possible bid to build nine new turbines

Possible bid to build nine new turbines

Possible bid to build nine new turbines

09 December 2020

Site on Aberdeenshire/Moray border.


The head of Deveron Projects in Huntly is recognised by the Scottish Parliament as she prepares to step down after 25 years

The head of Deveron Projects in Huntly is recognised by the Scottish Parliament as she prepares to step down after 25 years

The head of Deveron Projects in Huntly is recognised by the Scottish Parliament as she prepares to step down after 25 years

05 December 2020

Scottish Parliament is told of the phenomenal contribution of Huntly arts group, Deveron Projects and Claudia Zeiske its leader.


Buckie photographer retires after career spanning half a century

Buckie photographer retires after career spanning half a century

Buckie photographer retires after career spanning half a century

04 December 2020

ERIC Cormack started at the Banffshire Advertiser in 1969.


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