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Huntly author in virtual festival to promote latest history book

Huntly author in virtual festival to promote latest history book

Huntly author in virtual festival to promote latest history book

Huntly author, Maggie Craig joined a virtual festival to promote her latest book, "One week in April: Scotland's Radical Rising Resurrected."


Aberdeenshire Wellbeing Festival

Aberdeenshire Wellbeing Festival

Aberdeenshire Wellbeing Festival

A number of online events and activities have been organised to help people look after their wellbeing this week.


Cycle event which would have taken thousands to north east is postponed for a year due to coronavirus

Cycle event which would have taken thousands to north east is postponed for a year due to coronavirus

Cycle event which would have taken thousands to north east is postponed for a year due to coronavirus

The Tour of Britain cycle event which would have brought thousands of cyclists along with their families to the north east has been postponed.


Community's most vulnerable in lockdown praise Huntly's lifesaving volunteer group

Community's most vulnerable in lockdown praise Huntly's lifesaving volunteer group

Community's most vulnerable in lockdown praise Huntly's lifesaving volunteer group

A woman with a life threatening illness says Huntly volunteers are providing a vital service for her and her husband during the Covid-19 lockdown.


Aberdeenshire Council report highlights lack of sports provision in Huntly

Aberdeenshire Council report highlights lack of sports provision in Huntly

Aberdeenshire Council report highlights lack of sports provision in Huntly

Report states - Huntly poorly provided for spaces for outdoor sport and one of the poorest performing areas in terms of capacity in Aberdeenshire.


MSP urges Chancellor to support and protect students

MSP urges Chancellor to support and protect students

MSP urges Chancellor to support and protect students

MSP Gillian Martin has written to Rishi Sunak to ask that Universal Credit be extended.


MSPs mark International Nurses Day

MSPs mark International Nurses Day

MSPs mark International Nurses Day

MSPs Gillian Martin and Stewart Stevenson have paid tribute to north-east nurses.


Virtual singalong to commemorate women war volunteers

Virtual singalong to commemorate women war volunteers

Virtual singalong to commemorate women war volunteers

THE Royal Voluntary Service will tomorrow the women who stepped forward to give the gift of volunteering to their communities during World War II.


Celebrating VE Day like never before

Celebrating VE Day like never before

Celebrating VE Day like never before

Friday, May 8, marks 75 years since the end of World War 2.


Flashmob fun for dancers

Flashmob fun for dancers

Flashmob fun for dancers

The second virtual flashmob welcomed hundreds of dancers once again, and the next one is planned for later this month.


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