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PICTURES: The Gaitherin returns bringing together young north-east musicians

PICTURES: The Gaitherin returns bringing together young north-east musicians

PICTURES: The Gaitherin returns bringing together young north-east musicians

Over 130 primary age musicians from across the north-east and beyond have been attending a week long tuition and preformance event in Inverurie.


Moray’s ‘nightmare’ under-age vaping problem

Moray’s ‘nightmare’ under-age vaping problem

Moray’s ‘nightmare’ under-age vaping problem

A MORAY teacher, who wishes to remain anonymous, said it has been a “nightmare” to stop the rise in pupils vaping.


Aberdeen Science Centre promotes inclusivity with new Sensory Space

Aberdeen Science Centre promotes inclusivity with new Sensory Space

Aberdeen Science Centre promotes inclusivity with new Sensory Space

The Sensory Space has been designed to create a calming break-out area for children with additional support needs.


Revolutionary new tool discovered by north-east scientists detects signs of MND before symptoms begin

Revolutionary new tool discovered by north-east scientists detects signs of MND before symptoms begin

Revolutionary new tool discovered by north-east scientists detects signs of MND before symptoms begin

Scientists from the University of Aberdeen have identified a new way to detect signs of motor neuron disease in brain tissue.


Aberdeen researchers examine if the food choices we make as teens come back to haunt us as adults

Aberdeen researchers examine if the food choices we make as teens come back to haunt us as adults

Aberdeen researchers examine if the food choices we make as teens come back to haunt us as adults

A study will examine whether teens are more vulnerable to unbalanced dietary habits wreaking havoc with their long-term health if they eat junk food.


Apologies issued after parents offered Aboyne Primary School class photos without additional support needs pupils

Apologies issued after parents offered Aboyne Primary School class photos without additional support needs pupils

Apologies issued after parents offered Aboyne Primary School class photos without additional support needs pupils

Parents of Aboyne Primary School pupils were given a choice to purchase class photos without children with additional support needs featured in them.


The future is bright for young Nescol engineers on Scotland’s first net zero scholarship

The future is bright for young Nescol engineers on Scotland’s first net zero scholarship

The future is bright for young Nescol engineers on Scotland’s first net zero scholarship

Wind Turbine Technician scholars from Nescol are on track to complete their course, equipped with vital skills for the energy transition.


Volunteers could soon become school crossing patrollers in Aberdeenshire

Volunteers could soon become school crossing patrollers in Aberdeenshire

Volunteers could soon become school crossing patrollers in Aberdeenshire

Volunteers across Aberdeenshire could soon be able to give up their spare time to take on the role of school crossing patrollers.


New north-east database will aid early diagnosis in breast cancer

New north-east database will aid early diagnosis in breast cancer

New north-east database will aid early diagnosis in breast cancer

Friends of ANCHOR are funding a new digital dataset that will help optimise artificial intelligence in diagnosing breast cancer in north-east Scotland


First wind turbine technician scholars set to complete North East Scotland College course

First wind turbine technician scholars set to complete North East Scotland College course

First wind turbine technician scholars set to complete North East Scotland College course

The first wind turbine technician scholars from North East Scotland College are on track to complete their course in the summer.


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