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No short term solution to bridge closures

No short term solution to bridge closures

No short term solution to bridge closures

Members of the Infrastructure Services Committee are to seek further engagement with the King Edward community on the issue


Funding boosts village's resilience

Funding boosts village's resilience

Funding boosts village's resilience

Rothienorman will be better protected against the elements thanks to wind farm funding.


Campaign aims to reduce fuel bills

Campaign aims to reduce fuel bills

Campaign aims to reduce fuel bills

Big Energy Saving Week aims to help households to bring down their energy costs


Inverurie features in SSPCA's year of otterly odd call outs

Inverurie features in SSPCA's year of otterly odd call outs

Inverurie features in SSPCA's year of otterly odd call outs

The town has made the charity's top ten list of unusual animal rescues from 2019.


Farmers plan national day of action

Farmers plan national day of action

Farmers plan national day of action

It was revealed at an NFU Scotland meeting in Inverurie that unions across the UK plan to mount a new campaign to promote farming.


Mackie's opens its doors for Countryside Live

Mackie's opens its doors for Countryside Live

Mackie's opens its doors for Countryside Live

The renowned ice-cream maker welcomes the Royal Northern Agricultural Society as host for the event which will showcase farming to the wider public.


Fishing back in focus

Fishing back in focus

Fishing back in focus

Fish Town which looks at the activity in and around Peterhead and Fraserburgh returns for a second season on BBC Scotland.


Rotarians take on environmental responsibility

Rotarians take on environmental responsibility

Rotarians take on environmental responsibility

Inverurie Rotary Club is set to appoint its own environmental officer.


Coastal fund looks for legacy ideas

Coastal fund looks for legacy ideas

Coastal fund looks for legacy ideas

Scottish National Heritage has launched a £150,000 Plunge In pot, offering grants for community groups participating in the Year of Coastal Waters.


Excess packaging causes frustration for Scottish consumers

Excess packaging causes frustration for Scottish consumers

Excess packaging causes frustration for Scottish consumers

CIM has warned brands are risking reputational damage if they fail to adopt more sustainable packaging practices.


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