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Conservative politicians urge Aberdeenshire Council to ramp up support for a storm-damaged attraction

Conservative politicians urge Aberdeenshire Council to ramp up support for a storm-damaged attraction

Conservative politicians urge Aberdeenshire Council to ramp up support for a storm-damaged attraction

Work has still not started on Fraserburgh Heritage Centre which had its roof blown off by Storm Arwen in November last year.


Ready2Go Around Inverurie bus initiative extended for a further year

Ready2Go Around Inverurie bus initiative extended for a further year

Ready2Go Around Inverurie bus initiative extended for a further year

Continuation of the initial experimental period is being undertaken for further appraisal of the role of the new service model.


Energy efficiency improvements being made to social housing in Aberdeenshire

Energy efficiency improvements being made to social housing in Aberdeenshire

Energy efficiency improvements being made to social housing in Aberdeenshire

Mears Group, in partnership with Aberdeenshire Council, is working to improve the energy efficiency of social housing in communities.


Stagecoach introduces Timetable changes in the Buchan area

Stagecoach introduces Timetable changes in the Buchan area

Stagecoach introduces Timetable changes in the Buchan area

New additions will provide extra links via Ellon Academy from August 22.


Council waste and school staff vote to strike

Council waste and school staff vote to strike

Council waste and school staff vote to strike

UNITE the union has confirmed that Aberdeenshire Council staff have voted to strike over a proposed two per cent pay rise offer.


Essential maintenance for the A90 at Spillarsford Bridge

Essential maintenance for the A90 at Spillarsford Bridge

Essential maintenance for the A90 at Spillarsford Bridge

Works start Monday, August 1 for two days.


Aberdeenshire Council education committee seeks a new religious representative

Aberdeenshire Council education committee seeks a new religious representative

Aberdeenshire Council education committee seeks a new religious representative

Scottish law requires education committees to have three representatives from religious bodies as members.


Fraserburgh and Stonehaven school projects move to next stage of consideration

Fraserburgh and Stonehaven school projects move to next stage of consideration

Fraserburgh and Stonehaven school projects move to next stage of consideration

New campus proposals are being brought forward to replace ageing infrastructure in the towns.


Concern over planning appeals being overturned figures

Concern over planning appeals being overturned figures

Concern over planning appeals being overturned figures

Holyrood has overruled Aberdeenshire Council on more than half of all planning applications in the last year, a new report has revealed.


Aberdeenshire Council planners support transformation of former Peterhead police station

Aberdeenshire Council planners support transformation of former Peterhead police station

Aberdeenshire Council planners support transformation of former Peterhead police station

Peterhead’s former police station will be brought back to life as a modern business hub with hopes it will become a “centre for entrepreneurship”.


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