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Turriff farmer tackles Everest challenge on Bennachie

Turriff farmer tackles Everest challenge on Bennachie

Duncan Maclellan;s fundraising attempts for charity will see him summit the height of Mount Everest and walk 195 miles while wearing wellies


10 events to entertain you this weekend in Aberdeenshire

10 events to entertain you this weekend in Aberdeenshire

There’s lots going on again this weekend across the north-east with a wide variety of events taking place.


Child who died following crash at church car park in Balmedie formally named

Child who died following crash at church car park in Balmedie formally named

A one-year-old girl who died following a crash within a Church car park in Balmedie has been named as Ivy Mae Ross from Whitecairns.


Performance tractors get ready to show their pulling power in Turriff

Performance tractors get ready to show their pulling power in Turriff

The North East Tractor Pullers Club two day showcase event is set to take place at the Haughs in Turriff on Friday and Saturday.


Public meeting looks at the next steps for Insch Hospital

Public meeting looks at the next steps for Insch Hospital

Friends of Insch Hospital are looking at steps to bring a north-east hospital back into use after three years of inaction on reopening the facility.


Banff community group visit closes out its season

Banff community group visit closes out its season

The Banff and District Tuesday Talks Group has closed out its season with its annual outing.


Senior and junior cup winners do battle at Duff House Royal - 50 years apart

Senior and junior cup winners do battle at Duff House Royal - 50 years apart

Anniversary match between 1974 cup winners and current champions.


First Minister urged to "deliver" on A90 promise

First Minister urged to "deliver" on A90 promise

During First Minister’s Questions today MSP Liam Kerr raised the lack of action over the A90’s notorious Toll of Birness junction with John Swinney.


Concerns raised about overnight closure of Peterhead’s minor injuries unit

Concerns raised about overnight closure of Peterhead’s minor injuries unit

A group of doctors in Peterhead have expressed serious concerns about the decision to close the town’s minor injuries unit overnight later this year.


Child dies after tragic Balmedie church car park incident

Child dies after tragic Balmedie church car park incident

Road Policing officers are carrying out enquiries into a fatal crash involving a one-year-old child within the car park of a church in Balmedie.


Aberdeenshire farming leader says Morrison’s New Zealand lamb move is a ‘slap in the face’

Aberdeenshire farming leader says Morrison’s New Zealand lamb move is a ‘slap in the face’

New Zealand lamb will be sold in 39 Morrisons stores as part of the trial.as consumers look for cheaper lamb with year-round availability.


Inside this Aberdeenshire cottage with a unique conservatory offering stunning countryside views

Inside this Aberdeenshire cottage with a unique conservatory offering stunning countryside views

Corrennie Cottage enjoys a beautiful and peaceful location in Midmar, a desirable area of West Aberdeenshire.


NICKY MARR: Not quite signing out after 22 years

NICKY MARR: Not quite signing out after 22 years

I never set out to be a writer but 22 years ago I landed myself a wee side-line; a column with The Inverness Courier.


Aberdeenshire road swept away during Storm Babet finally reopens to traffic

Aberdeenshire road swept away during Storm Babet finally reopens to traffic

The completed works following damage in October 2023 include new scour protection to mitigate the impacts of future events.


Initiative could help assist groups in Banffshire with funding

Initiative could help assist groups in Banffshire with funding

Banffshire residents have more chances to help donate £5000 to a community group through a new scheme.


‘Deep concern’ as hundreds of NHS Grampian breast cancer patients treated in central belt

‘Deep concern’ as hundreds of NHS Grampian breast cancer patients treated in central belt

MORE than 500 patients have had appointments with NHS Forth Valley for initial breast cancer diagnosis.


SSEN Transmission announces community benefit fund launch date

SSEN Transmission announces community benefit fund launch date

The new community fund will open for applications on September 1, with an initial £2m up for grabs.


Speyfest announces packed programme for highly-anticipated festival

Speyfest announces packed programme for highly-anticipated festival

The much-loved event will return for 2024 in July.


Your efforts help North East Scotland Biological Records Centre reach a landmark 2 millionth species sighting

Your efforts help North East Scotland Biological Records Centre reach a landmark 2 millionth species sighting

The species data you help provide from across the north-east and Moray supports land use planning, conservation, site management, and research/


North-east community group holds successful fashion show event

North-east community group holds successful fashion show event

Cornhill SWI held a very successful open evening in the form of a fashion show.


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