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Flower Show’s £100 donations to groups

Stuartfield Flower Show Committee recently gave donations to 11 local organisations.

A decoy airfield generator building at St Fergus is just one of the hidden stories uncovered in the new book

Buchan at war book published

A new book which highlights Buchan and the North-east of Scotland during World War II goes on sale soon.

The historic Forester's Cottage within Aden Country Park would be refurbished and turned into a holiday let if the funding bid is  successful

Holiday let plans for Forester’s Cottage

Councillors have agreed to seek funding to give an historic building at Aden Country Park near Mintlaw a new lease of life.

Eating healthy foods could help reduce your risk of cancer.

Reduce your risk of cancer – and watch for signs and symptoms

Many people think that cancer is due to chance, fate or just bad luck. But there is now convincing evidence that around 40 per cent of cancers can be prevented if our lifestyles were to change for the better.


Britain’s Most Wanted list: sexual crimes

These are the people most wanted by police forces in the UK in relation to alleged sexual offences.

Councillor Jim Ingram and Aberdeenshire East MSP Gillian Martin

MSP discusses bank closures with firms

North-East businesses have been given the chance to raise concerns about the impact of bank closures.

Lifeboat crew tow the pleasure boat to Peterhead marina

Two calls in three hours for Peterhead lifeboat

The Peterhead lifeboat was requested to launch to two separate incidents yesterday (Monday).

John Maskame waited an hour before medical help arrived

Pensioner waited an hour for medics

A Peterhead pensioner was left “lying in agony” for almost an hour while he waited for medical help to arrive.

Two brave participants have a go a the truck pull

Spring into action for Relay

The Peterhead Relay for Life is in its 12th year and organisers are aiming to hit the £2 million mark.

Peterhead Port Authority names new chief executive

Peterhead Port Authority names new chief executive

Peterhead Port Authority has appointed Simon Brebner as its new chief executive.

Railway chairs similar to those stolen from Maud Railway Museum

Metal railway chairs stolen from museum

The Trustees of Maud Railway Museum are anxious to recover around a ton of metal railway chairs stolen from the popular north east attraction.

Mr Duguid said he believed in the living history of Aberdeenshires castle trail and museums, the dolphin coast enjoyed by tourists for decades, and golf courses which remain the envy of the world.

NE creative and tourist industries can grow after Brexit

A North East MP believes the great creative spark which exists in the region can grow after Britain leaves the EU.

Peter Chapman grilled the SNP transport secretary over claims his government are committed to improving rural routes.

MSP challenges SNP over commitment to bus services

The SNP Government has been challenged over its plans to improve North East bus services by a local MSP.

The sculpture comprises of a bronze 1.4m-high structure which has a flowing design of flying birds enclosing a seat

Designs for memorial agreed

Designs for memorial and garden for people affected by past practices around the cremation of babies have been agreed

Sergeant Peter Henderson, PC Scott Leslie, PC Christopher Bain plus Jon Barron and Kelly Wiltshire of NESTRANS

Operation Close Pass launched in North East

An initiative to highlight the safety of cyclists has been launched today in the North East.

Agents lose income as Betterware catalogue goes into administration

Agents lose income as Betterware catalogue goes into administration

The business behind Betterware catalogue has collapsed with the loss of 100 jobs – and agents across Scotland facing the prospect of losing their income.

The new Peterhead Music and Rock School base at Crimond

Music and Rock School moves to Crimond

The popular Peterhead Music and Rock School has moved to a new base in Crimond.

Beware of scam calls

Trading Standards warn of scam HMRC calls

Trading Standards are warning local residents to beware of calls purporting to be from HM Revenue and Customs.

Police Scotland have been criticised

Police appeal following bus depot break-in

Police Scotland is appealing for information following a break-in and theft from the Stagecoach bus depot at Peterhead overnight.

CLAN Cancer Support

Charity to hold women's well-being sessions

A leading cancer support charity will hold a series of women’s well-being sessions for people across the north-east who have been affected by a diagnosis.

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