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The Chairman of Turriff & District Community Council, Ben Ewen handed out prizes to the winners of the 2014 Turriff & District Garden Competition at the Turriff Town House( Former Municipal Building) on Monday 18th August. There were a number of trophies, cups and shields to be collected and Leslie...

Douglas Bruce

Police Scotland can confirm that the man who died following a two-vehicle RTC on the B9105 Turriff to Fintry road on Thursday August 21, 2014 was Douglas Stuart Bruce, 77, of Turriff. The collision happened at around 10.45am and involved a blue Renault Clio and a red Mercedes Sprinter van....

Parking Ticket

Over the two days of this years Turriff Show we heard a lot of people complaining about getting parking tickets from the police for parking on verges. The main areas where people were complaining of being ticketed were, near to the petrol station on Station Road and the verges at...

If you missed the BBC Radio Scotland independence referendum debate held at the Thainstone Centre in Inverurie, you can listen to it online here http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-28886886

Visioning Aberdeenshire 2050 is the result of engagement with communities, public and voluntary organisations, business groups and councillors as part of a process that got underway last summer. The responses gathered during a series of public events provided a view on how to achieve the vision, including the need to...

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Police Scotland have advised that the B9105 between Turriff and Fintry is currently closed due to a serious road traffic collision . The collision which involved two vehicles happened at around 1055 today and has left one man dead, another man is thought to have sustained minor injuries in the...

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The number of robberies in Aberdeenshire & Moray is down by 55.6% with detection for violent crime up by 11.1% to 100%. Figures show that common assaults have decreased by 15.3%, meaning there have been 123 less victims of common assaults. Police continue to encourage victims of domestic abuse to come...

Turriff and District community council coffee morning

Over £380 was raised by Turriff and District Community Council when they held a community coffee morning at the British Legion on Saturday 16 August. Rose Logan, a member of the Community Council was really pleased with the result saying There will be some expenses, but considering the poor weather outside,...

The Cowie Family

The Registrar General’s Annual Review, published last week by National Records of Scotland, paints a picture of Scotland in statistics and considers the impact of World War One on the whole country and on one family. The Cowie Family from Turriff feature in the report which details information during and...

Kate McWilliam & Peter Duncan

In case you missed it, here is Turra quine Kate McWilliam & Peter Duncan performing to Footloose on the aerial hoops on this weeks episode of BBC's Tumble. Peter seemed to do a lot of complaining about his age this week during training but still managed to turn in this...