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Appeal after quad bike theft from Kinellar

Appeal after quad bike theft from Kinellar

Appeal after quad bike theft from Kinellar

A green Yamaha Grizzly 450cc quad bike was removed in the first weeks of January.


Energy Secretary says ScotWind leasing round could support just transition for north-east oil and gas workers

Energy Secretary says ScotWind leasing round could support just transition for north-east oil and gas workers

Energy Secretary says ScotWind leasing round could support just transition for north-east oil and gas workers

Michael Matheson made the comments in response to questioning from Aberdeenshire East MSP Gillian Martin.


Coronavirus update: Further rise in national totals reflected in the north-east

Coronavirus update: Further rise in national totals reflected in the north-east

Coronavirus update: Further rise in national totals reflected in the north-east

PCR and lateral flow results have seen an upturn in the past few days in most areas.


Banff coastal access route faces long term closure

Banff coastal access route faces long term closure

Banff coastal access route faces long term closure

The closure of a section of Scotstown, Banff is to be extended by 11 weeks from Thursday, February 3.


Multi-billion pound investment in new offshore windfarms hailed by north-east MP

Multi-billion pound investment in new offshore windfarms hailed by north-east MP

Multi-billion pound investment in new offshore windfarms hailed by north-east MP

MP David Duguid has welcomed the announcements that various companies have secured offers to develop offshore windfarms.


Man reported missing from Aberdeen on Tuesday got off a bus in Keith.

Man reported missing from Aberdeen on Tuesday got off a bus in Keith.

Man reported missing from Aberdeen on Tuesday got off a bus in Keith.

Police are appealing for people in and around Keith to help them find a man who went missing from his home in Aberdeen on Tuesday morning.


Equality Fund launched to diversify workplaces

Equality Fund launched to diversify workplaces

Equality Fund launched to diversify workplaces

A two-year equality fund has been launched to make Scottish workplaces more inclusive and diverse.


Formartine councillors concerns over new planning notification rules

Formartine councillors concerns over new planning notification rules

Formartine councillors concerns over new planning notification rules

Members of the area committee have questioned proposed changes to the system of objections from residents.


Aberdeenshire councillor quits the Conservative party

Aberdeenshire councillor quits the Conservative party

Aberdeenshire councillor quits the Conservative party

Peterhead North and Rattray ward's Dianne Beagrie will spend the final few months of her five-year term as an independent.


Scottish Government tourist cash boost for Portknockie and Cullen hailed

Scottish Government tourist cash boost for Portknockie and Cullen hailed

Scottish Government tourist cash boost for Portknockie and Cullen hailed

PORTKNOCKIE and Cullen are set to share in a six-figure tourism funding windfall.


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