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Fraserburgh and Stonehaven school projects move to next stage of consideration

Fraserburgh and Stonehaven school projects move to next stage of consideration

Fraserburgh and Stonehaven school projects move to next stage of consideration

New campus proposals are being brought forward to replace ageing infrastructure in the towns.


'Royal' visitor adds to Milne's Primary sports day fun

'Royal' visitor adds to Milne's Primary sports day fun

'Royal' visitor adds to Milne's Primary sports day fun

MILNE'S Primary added a royal touch to their first sports day since the Covid pandemic.


New courses are UK first at SRUC

New courses are UK first at SRUC

New courses are UK first at SRUC

An HND in Rural Animal Health is one of several new courses being introduced by Scotland’s Rural College.


Crudie pupil's portrait of the Queen proves a winner for Turriff Show

Crudie pupil's portrait of the Queen proves a winner for Turriff Show

Crudie pupil's portrait of the Queen proves a winner for Turriff Show

The Bruce Ferguson trophy was presented to the school's P4 – 7 class and will be on display at this year's event.


Gray's degree show hailed at Holyrood

Gray's degree show hailed at Holyrood

Gray's degree show hailed at Holyrood

GRAY’S School of Art's degree show has been hailed in the Scottish Parliament.


Robert Gordon University rated among the top three in Scotland by students

Robert Gordon University rated among the top three in Scotland by students

Robert Gordon University rated among the top three in Scotland by students

STUDENTS have ranked RGU among the top three universities in Scotland for overall student experience in the National Student Survey.


Former Westhill pupil becomes youngest to receive diploma

Former Westhill pupil becomes youngest to receive diploma

Former Westhill pupil becomes youngest to receive diploma

Having joined Acumen Financial Planning after school, Andrew McRae has recently passed his R02 Level 4 in regulated Financial Planning


Keith Primary School stalwart retires after 31 years

Keith Primary School stalwart retires after 31 years

Keith Primary School stalwart retires after 31 years

HILARY Reid has taken a step back after 31 years working at Keith Primary School.


Sports day fun returns for St Peter's kids

Sports day fun returns for St Peter's kids

Sports day fun returns for St Peter's kids

AFTER two years of rules and restrictions there was a welcome sign of a return to normality when St Peter's Primary held their sports day recently.


10th-century Book of Deer goes on show in Aberdeen

10th-century Book of Deer goes on show in Aberdeen

10th-century Book of Deer goes on show in Aberdeen

Written primarily in Latin, it dates from between the years 850 and 1000 and also contains the earliest known example of written Gaelic.


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