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Diet Direction

Recently I have started working collaboratively with a Karen Grant who runs a local weight management scheme. Below is some detail she has written about the nature of her business which is extremely popular and well received locally. We work collaboratively because I let her meet her clients in the...

This new competition to celebrate the beauty of Scotland’s stunning scenery is the brainchild of Fife-based landscape photographer Stuart Low. With a prize fund of £10,000 and supported by Academy Class and Formatt-Hitech, the competition has been timed to coincide with the spectacular colours of the Scottish autumn. The competition...

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Aberdeenshire Council is asking people who voted in the Independence Referendum to complete a short survey about their voting experience. If you wold like to take part in the survey please use the link below. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2T29W3J

Appliances from Turriff joined crews from Macduff, Banff, Portsoy, Aberchirder, Altens, Cullen, Central, Peterhead, Buckie, Keith and Fraserburgh fire stations to tackle the blaze at the derelict Highland Haven Hotel in Shore Street, Macduff on Sunday. The fire was well alight when crews arrived at around 12:30 on Sunday morning....

Turriff Municipal Building

There was a good response to the Table Top sale which took place at the Turriff Town House on the High Street on Saturday 18th October 2014. This is the second such event which has been arranged. Organiser Helen Dean has always thought it could be a runner, and...

Fireworks against cancer

An Aberdeenshire man who overcame bladder cancer is holding a fireworks spectacular to help raise money for UCAN, the North-east urological cancer charity which supported him. John Burdon, who lives with his wife Anna in Cuminestown, will host the event at the New Deer showground on Saturday, October 25, when...

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Police Scotland is urging drivers to make a few simple checks on their vehicles before winter descends to reduce the risk of being involved in a breakdown or a collision due to vehicle defects such as weak batteries, faulty lighting, dirty windscreens and illegal tyres. Last week, in a seven-day...

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A short video from Trading Standards warning about the dangers of copycat websites.

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A number of people have been targeted by fraudsters over the past few months, including a 68 year old man from the Peterhead area who lost over £200,000. The criminals phone individuals claiming to be a representative from their bank and advising them that their bank account has been...

Turriff Skateboard ramp with 2 skateboarders using it

As part of the ongoing Aberdeenshire Play Parks Consultation a series of public meetings will be held over the next two weeks. The review is aimed at providing the best quality play areas in the best locations with the money available. The public meetings are part of a nine month...