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Former Bristol police chief's Turriff connection

Former Bristol police chief's Turriff connection

Former Bristol police chief's Turriff connection

07 November 2019

A retired police superintendent has taken up the case of a fellow officer from Turriff


Cairnbanno Christmas crafts

Cairnbanno Christmas crafts

Cairnbanno Christmas crafts

07 November 2019

Cairnbanno SWI held a festive fundraiser in New Deer at the weekend.


United need more time to discuss heading ban

United need more time to discuss heading ban

United need more time to discuss heading ban

07 November 2019

Turriff United Youth Football Club coach Jamie Stuart says that they need more time to make a final decision about stopping all heading.


Dog breeders urged to sign up to new scheme

Dog breeders urged to sign up to new scheme

Dog breeders urged to sign up to new scheme

07 November 2019

The Scottish SPCA have launched a new scheme in the fight against illegal breeding.


Expo shows off 21st century camping

Expo shows off 21st century camping

Expo shows off 21st century camping

07 November 2019

The first Love Touring Expo came to Aberdeen.


Charity swim with a difference hailed a big success

Charity swim with a difference hailed a big success

Charity swim with a difference hailed a big success

07 November 2019

An animal rehabilitation centre near Turriff has raised over £2500 after hosting a charity swim with a difference.


Appeal after A947 collision

Appeal after A947 collision

Appeal after A947 collision

07 November 2019

Police Scotland are looking for any witnesses to a collision involving a Audi and a motorbike north of Oldmeldrum on the A947.


Rising boxing star Stuart ready for third pro fight

Rising boxing star Stuart ready for third pro fight

Rising boxing star Stuart ready for third pro fight

06 November 2019

Rising boxing star Callum Stuart is looking forward to his third professional fight next Saturday.


Waste sites to close for training day

Waste sites to close for training day

Waste sites to close for training day

06 November 2019

Aberdeenshire's recycling centres will be closed on Wednesday, November 13.


NHS Grampian forced to cancel children's flu vaccinations

NHS Grampian forced to cancel children's flu vaccinations

NHS Grampian forced to cancel children's flu vaccinations

05 November 2019

A UK-wide issue affecting the supply of Fluenz Tetra means vaccinations will not be offered to all school age children.


Turriff goes red ahead of Armistice Day

Turriff goes red ahead of Armistice Day

Turriff goes red ahead of Armistice Day

05 November 2019

Two locations in Turriff are participating in Poppy Scotland's Light Up Red campaign.


Cuminestown drug bust marks second major recovery in Aberdeenshire

Cuminestown drug bust marks second major recovery in Aberdeenshire

Cuminestown drug bust marks second major recovery in Aberdeenshire

05 November 2019

Officers swooped on the industrial unit as part of an intelligence lead operation which has also seen recovery of cannabis plants from near Kinellar.


Glad Rags, Cartridge Bags and Birthday Cakes

Glad Rags, Cartridge Bags and Birthday Cakes

Glad Rags, Cartridge Bags and Birthday Cakes

05 November 2019

Glad Rags And Cartridge Bags celebrated their 5th birthday with an exclusive shoot at Raemoir House.


Sale of work raises £4700 for church

Sale of work raises £4700 for church

Sale of work raises £4700 for church

05 November 2019

Auchterless Church has welcomed the boost after adding a silent auction to their annual sale of work fundraiser.


Minor Injury Unit opening times set to change

Minor Injury Unit opening times set to change

Minor Injury Unit opening times set to change

04 November 2019

Three units at Turriff, Aboyne and Stonehaven are set to operate new hours starting from November 11.


Historic art with Fyvie link goes up for auction

Historic art with Fyvie link goes up for auction

Historic art with Fyvie link goes up for auction

04 November 2019

Twelve rare Chinese paintings owned by the Chalmers family of Monkshill, Fyvie go up for sale with a pre-auction value of up to £50,000.


Muller confirms contract termination for north-east dairy farms

Muller confirms contract termination for north-east dairy farms

Muller confirms contract termination for north-east dairy farms

31 October 2019

In an announcement it said that 14 out of 26 contracts would be served one-year notices


Search is on for Citizen Of The Year 2019

Search is on for Citizen Of The Year 2019

Search is on for Citizen Of The Year 2019

30 October 2019

Turriff Rotary Club are looking for nominations of outstanding local individuals.


Local fundraising group celebrating about selling out a charity event

Local fundraising group celebrating about selling out a charity event

Local fundraising group celebrating about selling out a charity event

30 October 2019

A LOCAL fundraising group is celebrating having sold out a charity event that is raising money for Junior Diabetes Research Fund (JDRF).


Shire launches winter resilience campaign

Shire launches winter resilience campaign

Shire launches winter resilience campaign

30 October 2019

The event coincided with a new competition for Aberdeenshire school children to name the fleet of gritters.


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