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Hubs for walking, cycling and public transport will be created in Portlethen as well as Ellon and Fraserburgh under the 'Integrated Travel Towns' banner.
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Peterhead's Lido beach has achieved the highest ranking for water quality in the annual report of the Marine Conservation Society.
When God speaks, many of us are like people in a fog, and we give no answer. Moses' reply to God revealed that he knew where he was and that he was ready.
Prime Minister David Cameron has donated a bottle of House of Commons whisky to a Leek man to help his fund-raising efforts for a new war memorial.
Average house prices are 120 per cent higher than 10 years ago the biggest regional percentage rise in the UK Which city in the UK has seen the greatest property price growth over the past decade? It isn't the hotspots of the south, such as London or Oxford.
PLANS have been unveiled to restore a north-east town centre's tarnished reputation and win back visitors by giving it a radical revamp.
Robert told the Times: "I've raised money for other charities through a Coast and Castles cycle route I did to Newcastle, but for this one I am raising money for the British Heart Foundation - I lost my wife through heart problems."
What she thought was a crisp packet turned out to be a signet ring and the start of an investigation which led to Scotland, the First World War and the tragic story of a young soldier.
The body of father-of-two Ross Flett, 35, was discovered by colleagues on the Transocean Rather drilling rig on Sunday.
BUDDING pop stars in Moray are being given a chance to sing for a place in TV talent show The Voice.
This was the last meeting ahead of the group's annual general meeting next month when post holders will be elected.
The A937/A90 junction campaign group are planning a protest outside parliament and are heading to Holyrood next Thursday April 24. Currently there is an 'Access to Laurencekirk' study ongoing in the Mearns with the A937/A90 junction group saying more still needs to be done.
Davey Duncan who is a member of the local pipe band which received funding during last year s award of the Tullo Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund.
An Army helicopter and a private plane made emergency landings in Kincardine within two days of each other last week.
A long-awaited report into the future of Peterhead town centre will be unveiled to residents at a series of public displays next week.