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Committee invites people in Aberdeenshire to share their views on disability commissioner proposal

Committee invites people in Aberdeenshire to share their views on disability commissioner proposal

People in Aberdeenshire have been encouraged to give their views on whether Scotland should have a disability commissioner.


Police close road near Lonmay after crash

Police close road near Lonmay after crash

Police have advised the A90 is currently closed near Lonmay following a crash which took place on Friday afternoon.


Johnston Carmichael confirms sale of historic north-east farming machinery business

Johnston Carmichael confirms sale of historic north-east farming machinery business

The sale to McGregor Industrial Supplies includes both the Inverurie and Turriff trading sites.and preserves 15 local jobs.


North-east researchers seek seafood sector insight to unlock by-product prize

North-east researchers seek seafood sector insight to unlock by-product prize

Researchers from the north-east have put a call out to Scotland’s seafood sector.


ScotRail to pedal abandoned bikes to cycling charity

ScotRail to pedal abandoned bikes to cycling charity

Abandoned bicycles across Scotland’s railway network are to be given a new lease of life.


PICTURES: Strong start for new joint effort against Huntly litter

PICTURES: Strong start for new joint effort against Huntly litter

A NEW community effort united local groups for its successful first anti-litter event in Huntly.


Stagecoach’s community fund takes flight with £25k for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance

Stagecoach’s community fund takes flight with £25k for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance

Stagecoach has donated £25,000 to Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance as part of its Giving for Good community fund.


Creative Breaks funding seeks to boost short breaks for carers

Creative Breaks funding seeks to boost short breaks for carers

CHARITIES across the north-east are being invited to apply for funding to help develop and deliver short breaks and services for carers.


Campaign launched to retain north-east tourist centre

Campaign launched to retain north-east tourist centre

MP Andrew Bowie has launched a campaign to save Royal Deeside’s last Visit Scotland tourist centre.


6 events to entertain you this weekend in Aberdeenshire

6 events to entertain you this weekend in Aberdeenshire

As schools across the north-east get set for a return next week, there’s still lots going on in Aberdeenshire.


North-east emergency responders will feature in new BBC TV series

North-east emergency responders will feature in new BBC TV series

Frontline north-east staff members from the Scottish Ambulance Service will appear on a new series of Paramedics on Scene.


MP meets with north-east WASPI campaigners to pledge support

MP meets with north-east WASPI campaigners to pledge support

MP Richard Thomson met with a group of local WASPI campaigners to pledge his support in their fight for justice in this Parliament and in future.


Moray’s coastal communities consulted on next phase of Coastal Change Adaptation Plans

Moray’s coastal communities consulted on next phase of Coastal Change Adaptation Plans

MORAY Council is inviting local coastal communities to input to the new process for adapting to changes to the coastline due to climate change.


Police increase patrols in Westhill following rise in anti-social behaviour

Police increase patrols in Westhill following rise in anti-social behaviour

Police have stepped up patrols in the Westhill area to tackle concerns around anti-social behaviour.


Appeal for Keith Show memorabilia ahead of event’s 150th anniversary

Appeal for Keith Show memorabilia ahead of event’s 150th anniversary

ORGANISERS are appealing for the public’s help.


SSEN Distribution releases £320m contract opportunities for the north of Scotland’s electricity network

SSEN Distribution releases £320m contract opportunities for the north of Scotland’s electricity network

SSEN Distribution has issued opportunities to tender for an estimated £320 million programme of infrastructure development in the north of Scotland.


Road surfacing improvements to be carried out on A96 near Keith

Road surfacing improvements to be carried out on A96 near Keith

The work will be carried out on the A96 road surface to the north of Keith, between the Mulben Junction and Newton of Forgie.


North-east marine industry projects net £5m

North-east marine industry projects net £5m

The Marine Fund Scotland has supported a wide range of projects in the north-east area.


Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

Theft and violence costing retailers hundreds of thousands of pounds per year, new survey claims

NEW figures lay bare the true cost of crime to the high-street in the face of an alarming rise in theft and violence.


North-east accountancy firm marks director promotions and long service award

North-east accountancy firm marks director promotions and long service award

SBP Accountants and Business Advisers has announced the promotion of two members of its team to directors.


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