Stewart Stevenson MSP has this week refuted claims from David Duguid’s column about £160 million worth of convergence funding from the European Union
Officers from Police Scotland in Turriff are appealing for witnesses after a housebreaking at an address in Delgaty Crescent, Turriff.
Opening hours for Towie House service point slashed in half.
Alert from Action Fraud about scams involving Universal Credit.
Officers from Police Scotland are appealing for information following a series of thefts involving honesty boxes from a number of locations in Aberdeenshire including Fyvie Castle.
Community groups in and around Fyvie and Rothienorman are invited to apply for grants from a £19K pot of money from the Gordonstown wind farm.
Voting is open for The Great British High Street Awards 2019. Turriff is one of three Scottish High Streets in the Champion Award Finalists.
As parents make a collective sigh of relief now the new school term is only two days away, the latest cohort of probationer teachers are furiously checking and rechecking their pencil cases and bags ready for their first term in the classrooms of Aberdeenshire
The Balmellie to Meikle Colp road, C21S, will be closed between B9170 Mill of Colp and C21S Balmellie Road for two weeks commencing 26 August 2019.
Brexit worries, tariff concerns, mixed weather and high drying costs are blighting what promised to be a great harvest in Scotland. Crop reports from around the country show all farmers in the same boat.