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2 hrs ago | Mearns Today
A new three-part art exhibition in Aberdeenshire which celebrates the best the area has to offer is now on show to the public at Portlethen Academy until August 27. Triptych features a host of work from a wide variety of talent including submissions from internationally-renowned photographer Colin Prior, Stonehaven photographer Andy Hall, artists ... (more)
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6 hrs ago | BBC News
A man who strangled a woman with his scarf in Peterhead has been jailed for four-and-a-half years.
A new survey carried out for Aberdeenshire Council has been welcomed by Peterhead councillors as further evidence of the case for a Buchan rail link.
Last week, it emerged that emergency service staff have twice been forced to rely on their local knowledge in recent months to help dispatch crews following computer failures at control rooms in Aberdeen.
I love how a street sign, picture or simple comment can then lead to a lot of research into a subject or trivial matter.
Probe comes after staff at different crematorium in Scotland mixed babies' ashes with those of adults and buried them in cardboard boxes A crematorium boss has been sacked amid an investigation into the historic practice of secretly burying babies' ashes across Scotland.
The scandal was sparked last year by the discovery that staff at Mortonhall Crematorium in Edinburgh had secretly buried infants' ashes.
"On 1st August 2015 the opening race of the World Orienteering Championships, a Sprint Relay, will be staged in Nairn.
Archaeologists working on a dig at Drum Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, have discovered the remains of the medieval sanitation system which once surrounded the 14th-century Tower of Drum.
Scotland's first tea festival will be putting on the kettle in Auchenblae and Laurencekirk next weekend where a host of events have been lined up.
ONLY 30 minutes from Aberdeen and set in glorious Aberdeenshire countryside, the four-star Meldrum House is a world away from the bustling granite city.
DIFFICULTIES understanding northern dialects and local geo graphy will put lives at risk following the closure of regional emergency services control rooms, it has been claimed.
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AN ABERDEENSHIRE animal feed company has been fined 240,000 after a lorry driver was crushed to death when a fully loaded grain bin fell onto him from a forklift truck.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 10:12 am
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