Police Scotland is appealing for information to help trace Stephen Barron, 66, who has been reported missing from his home in Mintlaw.
Police Scotland is appealing for information after equipment was stolen from a rural property near Turriff in the early hours of Wednesday morning. A farm in Fyvie was also targetted on Monday night.
Skills Development Scotland is holding an employability and careers information event for people in the Banff and Turriff areas who are unemployed.
All flavours of macb still water are being recalled by the manufacturer. All product sizes, 330ml, 500ml & 1.5l with best before dates of July 18, August 18, September 18 are affected.
Acquisitive crimes reduce by almost half across Aberdeenshire as officers continue to focus on local priorities, Chief Superintendent Thomson told members at Aberdeenshire Council today. Do you agree that crime is falling?
This distinctive yellow Jenson Interceptor was sold by Sunnyhill Motors in 2000, they purchased it from a local driver. Do you know who? The current owner is looking to trace any previous owners of this rare car.
Due to safety concerns from Aberdeenshire Council, Balmellie Street will now be CLOSED to all traffic from Wednesday 6 September between the junction of Main Street and Kemp’s Lane for the remainder of the footpath works.
Kensington Palace announces that William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third child.
Balmellie Street will be one way between the junction of Main Street and Kemp’s Lane for two weeks while Aberdeenshire Council carries out work on the foot paths.
Whats going on in Turriff during September? Have a look at our free events listing.