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BT customers warned over fake bill

Consumers are being warned of a fake invoice from BT which aims to install banking malware on their computer.

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Supermarket recalls sandwich fillers in food bug scare

Supermarket recalls sandwich fillers in food bug scare

Sainsbury’s has removed 13 of its own-brand sandwich fillers from its shelves following the discovery of food bug listeria in them.

Health
Sponsorship from Mackies of Scotland will help NEAT schedule a record 150 films, in communities without a cinema, over a year.

Community cinema gets a £3K sponsorship boost

An innovative cinema touring scheme has sweetened the deal for movie-goers in the North-East as it teams up with one of the nation’s most loved ice cream brands.

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The home has been awarded the 10-60-06 accreditation after successfully implementing significant improvements to the personalised dementia care services

Peterhead care home receives new dementia care accreditation

Kirkburn Court Care Home in Peterhead is celebrating having achieved accreditation for a new standard of dementia care, called ‘10-60-06’.

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Optimistic or idealistic? Brits paint a rosy picture of the future

Optimistic or idealistic? Brits paint a rosy picture of the future

British people are overwhelmingly optimistic when it comes to considering what may happen to them in the future, research from Cirencester Friendly has shown.

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Sight loss charity encourages the public to don their sunglasses

Sight loss charity encourages the public to don their sunglasses

Leading sight loss charity the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) Scotland will be marking National Sunglasses Day today (Tuesday, June 27).

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The section of road includes the A952 Mintlaw to Cortes Road

Warning signs to improve on notorious road

Warning signs on a notorious stretch of road in Buchan are set to be improved in a bid to reduce the accident toll.

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Buchan Radio were delighted with their grant.

Big winners in Your Voice Your Choice vote

A host of local groups and organisations received funding following the Your Voice Your Choice vote at Peterhead at the weekend

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Pictured left to right are Avril Sutherland, head taecher, Rylee Gray, Mayah Herlihy and Ailsa Cantlay, class teacher.

Rylee and Mayah graduate

Two Buchan youngsters have recently graduated from university with top honours.
Education
Wonderful woodland winners honoured

Wonderful woodland winners honoured

Wonderful woodlands and fabulous forests from all across Scotland have been recognised in an annual awards ceremony.

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Record breaking year for Royal Highland Show

Record breaking year for Royal Highland Show

A record breaking 190,000 visitors flocked to the Royal Highland Show over the last four days (22-25 June) demonstrating once again the strength and enduring appeal of Scotland’s iconic celebration of farming, food and rural life.

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The Scottish Parliament's debating chamber.

Safety of Scotland’s high rise homes to be examined

The safety of Scotland’s high rise tower blocks will be examined by a Holyrood Committee, following the tragedy at Grenfell Tower.

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The Peterhead event will be held at the town's community centre on Balmoor Terrace, with doors opening at 9am.

It's your voice and your choice

Folk in Peterhead are getting ready to decide which projects will receive funding to improve health, wellbeing, environment and their communities.

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Town centres will be a key consideration in all council business.

Town Centre First launches in Aberdeenshire

Aberdeenshire Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to launch a Town Centre First Framework.

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The 200 years-old gravestone is that of the first church minister and is now deteriorating.

Funding sought to preserve historic gravestone

Deer Community Council is seeking funding from Aberdeenshire Council for a rather unusual heritage project.

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Michael Gove toured Peterhead Fishmarket and spoke to fishermen during his visit to the port.

Banff and Buchan MP hails "optimism" from fishing industry as Gove visits Peterhead

Banff and Buchan MP has hailed the “optimism” of the fishing industry in the north-east after touring Peterhead fish market with new DEFRA Secretary Michael Gove.

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Photos of the sea sought for charity competition

Photos of the sea sought for charity competition

National maritime charity, the Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society, is once again calling on photographers to submit images celebrating Britain’s proud maritime heritage, for its annual competition searching for the UK’s ultimate sea view.

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Chief Inspector Stewart Mackie and Inspector Jon Barron are urging road users to stay safe this summer.

Plea to all road users to stay safe this summer

Police Scotland is urging all road users to obey the rules of the road this Summer and play their part in ensuring the safety of everyone.

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Livestock worrying crimes reduce during co-ordinated campaign

Livestock worrying crimes reduce during co-ordinated campaign

A Police Scotland co-ordinated rural crime campaign has seen livestock worrying drop by nearly 40 per cent during the spring lambing season, compared to last year.

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The three-month campaign saw 43 incidents reported, with all but two cases involving sheep.

Livestock worrying crimes reduce during campaign

A Police Scotland co-ordinated rural crime campaign has seen livestock worrying drop by nearly 40 percent during the spring lambing season, compared to last year.

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