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The purpose-built extension to Buchan House on St Peter Street was formally opened by the Provost of Aberdeenshire Police Scotland's chief constable
The second year of Aberdeenshire Council’s Coastal Communities Challenge Fund (CCCF) programme has been launched.
MP for Banff and Buchan, David Duguid, welcomed the news about the Bridge of Fortrie having received the update after a visit to the site.
Adult learners from across Aberdeenshire recently took part in a Celebration of Adult Learning event hosted by Aberdeenshire Council.
Schools including Balmedie, Cultercullen, Foveran, Meiklemill, Newburgh Mathers, Port Erroll, Slains, and Tipperty fort part of the options appraisal.
Plans for 43 homes have been given the go-ahead by councillors after a lengthy discussion at the Formartine area committee.
It follows an earlier £2.5 million cash injection agreed during the budget discussions in March of this year to address delays in repairs.
Northern Light Consulting looked at the potential for cultivation across a number of sites from Portsoy to Fraserburgh.
Aberdeenshire Council’s education and children’s services committee learnt about the assistance that was provided.
Aberdeenshire Council’s education and children’s services committee learned about the different methods used so assistance could continue.
The council committee learnt how foster carers rose to the challenges of home schooling and keeping youngsters safe during the lockdowns.
Pupils from Kemnay Academy have highlighted the need to keep language and presentation plain and simple to encourage peers to ‘come on our journey’.
The former Peterhead North School and Glenugie Business Centre is to see new life with mixed residential and business use.
The deal has now secured 66 per cent private investment – with £504m in total spent to date.
Challenge Poverty Week aims to highlight the reality of poverty and challenge stereotypes, as well as showcasing solutions.
North-east video production company Signal has completed a series of films to shine a light on some of the region’s leading community projects.
With plans currently under development for Kintore to Blackburn, the council is looking to extend the cycle/walking corridor to join up with Kemnay.