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700 homes plan for Inverurie could finally see progress after over a decade in limbo

700 homes plan for Inverurie could finally see progress after over a decade in limbo

700 homes plan for Inverurie could finally see progress after over a decade in limbo

Plans to bring forward over 700 new homes and a primary school at Crichie which have been in the works since 2012 are being brought forward again.


Aberdeenshire Council welcomes support for those with school meal debt

Aberdeenshire Council welcomes support for those with school meal debt

Aberdeenshire Council welcomes support for those with school meal debt

The First Minister has opened a £1.5 million fund to support councils in removing the impact of school meal debt from families across the country.


North-east rail users see peak-time ScotRail fares scrapped for a further three months

North-east rail users see peak-time ScotRail fares scrapped for a further three months

North-east rail users see peak-time ScotRail fares scrapped for a further three months

A pilot scheme which scrapped peak-time rail fares is being extended by the Scottish Government for a further three months.


Scottish Greens announce their candidate for Gordon and Buchan

Scottish Greens announce their candidate for Gordon and Buchan

Scottish Greens announce their candidate for Gordon and Buchan

Sophie Molly will contest the seat in which the Scottish Greens last stood a candidate in 2010.


First Minister urged to "deliver" on A90 promise

First Minister urged to "deliver" on A90 promise

First Minister urged to "deliver" on A90 promise

During First Minister’s Questions today MSP Liam Kerr raised the lack of action over the A90’s notorious Toll of Birness junction with John Swinney.


Buckie councillor calls for ‘flawed’ and ‘fantasy’ Moray Council budget to be investigated

Buckie councillor calls for ‘flawed’ and ‘fantasy’ Moray Council budget to be investigated

Buckie councillor calls for ‘flawed’ and ‘fantasy’ Moray Council budget to be investigated

A Buckie councillor has expressed his serious concern about Moray Council’s recent budget, which was passed with cross party support.


Adam hails Scottish Government ‘top priority’ to end child poverty

Adam hails Scottish Government ‘top priority’ to end child poverty

Adam hails Scottish Government ‘top priority’ to end child poverty

Tackling child poverty will remain a priority of the Scottish Government, a north-east SNP NSP has vowed.


Tory MSP slams First Minister for refusal to ditch oil and gas production policy

Tory MSP slams First Minister for refusal to ditch oil and gas production policy

Tory MSP slams First Minister for refusal to ditch oil and gas production policy

A north-east Conservative MSP has criticised new First Minister John Swinney for refusing to ditch the SNP policy on oil and gas production.


BVA President says reform of the Veterinary Surgeons Act is needed

BVA President says reform of the Veterinary Surgeons Act is needed

BVA President says reform of the Veterinary Surgeons Act is needed

Issue with the ageing Act include that it fails to offer any legal protection for the title of veterinary nurse meaning anyone can claim to be one.


Moray MSP Richard Lochhead ill in hospital as he praises “excellent medical teams”

Moray MSP Richard Lochhead ill in hospital as he praises “excellent medical teams”

Moray MSP Richard Lochhead ill in hospital as he praises “excellent medical teams”

Mr Lochhead had been ill for a number of days before being taken into hospital.


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