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Award-winning museum design celebrates enduring north-east connection with oil and gas industry

Award-winning museum design celebrates enduring north-east connection with oil and gas industry

Award-winning museum design celebrates enduring north-east connection with oil and gas industry

The north-east’s enduring connection to the offshore industry is to be celebrated in a new award-winning museum design.


Year of effort and attainment rewarded at Milne’s High School prizegiving

Year of effort and attainment rewarded at Milne’s High School prizegiving

Year of effort and attainment rewarded at Milne’s High School prizegiving

Students, staff and family members came together to celebrate a year of success when Milne’s High School held their annual prizegiving.


Ranger Service events to be held throughout summer in Aberdeenshire

Ranger Service events to be held throughout summer in Aberdeenshire

Ranger Service events to be held throughout summer in Aberdeenshire

Aberdeenshire Council’s Ranger Service has organised dozens of educational outings for families and fact finders to enjoy across the summer holidays.


Concerns raised in Scottish Parliament about lack of probationary teachers coming to Aberdeenshire

Concerns raised in Scottish Parliament about lack of probationary teachers coming to Aberdeenshire

Concerns raised in Scottish Parliament about lack of probationary teachers coming to Aberdeenshire

MSPs heard there is a “years-long” issue with attracting and retaining secondary school teachers in areas like Aberdeenshire.


Buckie High honour year of achievement at prizegiving

Buckie High honour year of achievement at prizegiving

Buckie High honour year of achievement at prizegiving

Achievement, effort and success took centre stage at Buckie Community High School when their annual prizegiving was held.


Aberdeenshire students challenged by TechFest to share ideas about future of science

Aberdeenshire students challenged by TechFest to share ideas about future of science

Aberdeenshire students challenged by TechFest to share ideas about future of science

TechFest is encouraging Aberdeenshire students to take part in a contest that discusses the future of the energy, medicine and science industries.


School traffic banning project rolled out to Huntly primary

School traffic banning project rolled out to Huntly primary

School traffic banning project rolled out to Huntly primary

A trial project banning traffic from outside of schools will be rolled out to five additional ones in Aberdeenshire including Huntly’s Gordon Primary.


Doric Film Festival recognises north-east talents

Doric Film Festival recognises north-east talents

Doric Film Festival recognises north-east talents

Robert Gordon University was the setting for the finale of the 2024 Doric Film Festival.


Banff and Turriff secondary school pupils feature at YPI National Event

Banff and Turriff secondary school pupils feature at YPI National Event

Banff and Turriff secondary school pupils feature at YPI National Event

The Youth and Philanthropy Initiative National Event brought together pupils, teachers, charity representatives and keynote speakers.


NHS Grampian team launches programme to help teachers support pupils with ADHD

NHS Grampian team launches programme to help teachers support pupils with ADHD

NHS Grampian team launches programme to help teachers support pupils with ADHD

NHS Grampian has launched a new scheme to help teachers and school staff better support pupils with ADHD.


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