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Thainstone completes industrial units

Thainstone completes industrial units

Thainstone completes industrial units

Two terraces of new build industrial units are now available as developers announce immediate availability at Thainstone Business Park.


A Family Day Out on the farm promises fun for all at Mackies

A Family Day Out on the farm promises fun for all at Mackies

A Family Day Out on the farm promises fun for all at Mackies

The Royal Northern Agricultural Society event will take place after being postponed for the last two years.


MP calls for noise cameras to tackle north-east anti-social drivers

MP calls for noise cameras to tackle north-east anti-social drivers

MP calls for noise cameras to tackle north-east anti-social drivers

David Duguid raised the issue at Westminster with Transport Minister, Andrew Stephenson


PING Scottish Open series set to continue at Fraserburgh

PING Scottish Open series set to continue at Fraserburgh

PING Scottish Open series set to continue at Fraserburgh

The nearly 100-strong field on Saturday will be made up of male and female golfers from across the country.


New commission tells the tale of Kintore born pioneer Caroline Phillips

New commission tells the tale of Kintore born pioneer Caroline Phillips

New commission tells the tale of Kintore born pioneer Caroline Phillips

A Monstrous Regiment of Women will be performed as part of the Garioch Theatre Festival.


MSP encourages Aberdeenshire pupils to give views on school uniform guidance

MSP encourages Aberdeenshire pupils to give views on school uniform guidance

MSP encourages Aberdeenshire pupils to give views on school uniform guidance

The consultation will aim to get a range of views from schools, families, education authorities and suppliers.


Scots unaware that stroke is fourth biggest killer in UK

Scots unaware that stroke is fourth biggest killer in UK

Scots unaware that stroke is fourth biggest killer in UK

NEW stroke survey reveals surprise findings.


Peterhead pupils make a difference to Ukranian refugees

Peterhead pupils make a difference to Ukranian refugees

Peterhead pupils make a difference to Ukranian refugees

The giftbag consists of a wooden robot created in technical, handmade shortbread biscuits and a card created in Art with a message in Ukranian.


Stonehaven Open Air Pool to reopen as Platinum Jubilee marked

Stonehaven Open Air Pool to reopen as Platinum Jubilee marked

Stonehaven Open Air Pool to reopen as Platinum Jubilee marked

It will be opened to the public on Thursday, June 2, this year – the first day of Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations


REVIEW: The Book Of Mormon

REVIEW: The Book Of Mormon

REVIEW: The Book Of Mormon

The Book Of Mormon is in Aberdeen until Saturday, May 28.


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