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No Indian variant in Moray, insists NHS Grampian

No Indian variant in Moray, insists NHS Grampian

No Indian variant in Moray, insists NHS Grampian

Health board counters reports from some media outlets


Appeal launched after theft of large garden machinery from Maud business premises

Appeal launched after theft of large garden machinery from Maud business premises

Appeal launched after theft of large garden machinery from Maud business premises

A ride-on mower and large trailer were removed overnight on Monday.


"We are done": Group devastated by vandalism

"We are done": Group devastated by vandalism

"We are done": Group devastated by vandalism

Friends Of The Den have spoken of their disappointment after finding their latest addition to the popular play park damaged.


Call to re-stablish community council

Call to re-stablish community council

Call to re-stablish community council

Residents in the Tap O’Noth area covering Rhynie, Clatt, Gartly and Kennethmont are being encouraged to help re-establish the local community council.


Project highlights how Inverurie school is supporting health and wellbeing of pupils

Project highlights how Inverurie school is supporting health and wellbeing of pupils

Project highlights how Inverurie school is supporting health and wellbeing of pupils

A time capsule project has allowed pupils at Strathburn School in Inverurie to highlight the importance of health and wellbeing.


Projects in Aberdeenshire can bid for support from Community Renewal Fund

Projects in Aberdeenshire can bid for support from Community Renewal Fund

Projects in Aberdeenshire can bid for support from Community Renewal Fund

Aberdeenshire Council is inviting project proposals from local organisations.


Turriff residents sought to influence local decisions

Turriff residents sought to influence local decisions

Turriff residents sought to influence local decisions

There are 11 vacancies up for grabs on Turriff And District Community Council.


North East drug dealers caught with 73,000 ecstasy pills in house

North East drug dealers caught with 73,000 ecstasy pills in house

North East drug dealers caught with 73,000 ecstasy pills in house

Aberdeen pair jailed today for international operation.


"Level two won't be far away"

"Level two won't be far away"

"Level two won't be far away"

NHS Grampian are encouraging Moray folk to stick with restrictions.


Politicians' call to people of Moray as region faces isolation in Level 3

Politicians' call to people of Moray as region faces isolation in Level 3

Politicians' call to people of Moray as region faces isolation in Level 3

Any extension of restrictions will be for as short a period as possible – Sturgeon


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