A further warning has been issued by Police Scotland about counterfeit banknotes after reports of £50 notes being used at businesses across the North East.
Officers are urging businesses in the North East to be wary of suspicious activity and individuals following a number of distraction-type thefts known as ‘Ringing the Changes’ at the weekend.
Flowerpots Childcare in Newmachar who are investigating the feasibility of opening a childcare facility in Turriff.
The Royal Bank of Scotland branch in Turriff is earmarked for closure in 2018, Banff, Huntly and Ellon branches are also under threat.
Police Scotland is urging rural business owners to ensure they have robust security measures in place following two break-ins in Methlick and Tarves earlier this week.
Aberdeenshire Council are seeking the views of the community and businesses in a review of town centre parking across Aberdeenshire
Police Scotland is urging business owners in rural communities across the North East to ensure the security of their premises is a priority following two suspicious incidents overnight.
Police Scotland is warning businesses in the area to be aware of the ‘Ringing The Changes’ fraud after a number of attempts by fraudsters across the North East recently.
Duncan Farms Ltd is looking for a maintenance person to join their small team. The successful candidate will be expected to carry out general building maintenance. A background in fabrication would be an advantage and a driving licence is essential for this role. To apply please email CV to email@example.com or call 01888 568250
Aberdeenshire Council is calling on all businesses to give their opinions on how best to structure a Business Rates Relief Scheme for Aberdeenshire. Up to £3 million was set aside as ‘enabling money’ in Aberdeenshire Council’s revenue budget agreed at full council on 9th February to be used to support a rates relief scheme. Councillors […]