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The 2022 edition of the popular Macduff Calendar will be launched next week.
Dee and Don Ceilidh Collective launches free sessions for 'Our Living Rivers and Glens' project.
After years of hard work by its 90 volunteer members, Peterhead Men’s Shed is now officially complete.
TV show explores Moray's local larder.
SFRS has closed its 12-week consultation where it sought the views from the people of Scotland on the service’s response to automatic fire alarms.
Group which enriches life for older people still going strong.
FAMILIES in the north-east who have a loved one suffering from dementia are being urged to sign up to a service being offered by Police Scotland.
GRASS root organisations are being invited to apply for cash from a new marine conservation fund.
People across Aberdeenshire are being encouraged to join forces and build on improved public perceptions of mental health as part of a new campaign.
A consultation has been launched on new approaches to preventing food insecurity.
Moray MP speaks out after council leader calls emergency meeting of Moray Economic Partnership.
Garioch Heritage Society's chairman has been selected for a national competitive learning scheme and grant of up to £10,000 for the organisation.
COMMUNITY groups and charities across the north-east are being invited to cast their hats into the ring to win tickets to the panto.
Familiar faces descended on Aberchirder this weekend in support of Marnoch Beaver and Cubs first scarecrow trail.
Public urged to bring items along to Elgin Museum's drop-in event.
Reports that regiment could be moved from Kinloss credible, says Leadbitter.
Insch's Fun Festival of Scarecrows raised a total of £4800 which will be divided between local schools and the church.