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Women’s addiction recovery team to raise funds by serving up treats at cafe

Staff and residents from a local female addiction recovery home are set to bake and serve treats at a Gardenstown café to help more people break free from life-controlling issues.

Sandy Dalgarno

Award winning local business for sale as owner retires

After 50 years of leading the field of vehicle recycling, a well-known local business entrepreneur is set to retire.

Police rushed to the scene.

Police Scotland to launch national Vulnerable Road Users Campaign

Pedestrian, cyclists and motorcyclists are being encouraged to take extra care on the roads, as Police Scotland launches a week-long national vulnerable road users campaign on Monday, June 18.

Scotland's Beef Event 2019 hosts, Robbie and Barbara Milne and son, James, with SBA vice-chairman and event chairman, David Barron and SBA chairman, Neil McCorkindale

North east farm to host Scotland's Beef Event next year

A leading north east commercial beef farm will be the venue for the Scottish Beef Association’s biennial national beef event next year.

ACSTA 2017 winners represented a diverse range of different sectors involved in tourism across the north east.

Countdown clock ticks down to closing date in Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards

A world-renowned brewery, a former prison and a coastal glamping site – three very different venues which judges in the Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards (ACSTA) say reflect the vibrant and diverse visitor offering across the region.

Officers specialising in rural crime will be staffing an exhibition stand sponsored by Secured by Design (SBD), the UKs national police crime prevention initiative

Crime prevention through better design advice to be given at Royal Highland Show

Crime prevention advice on how farmers and the rural community in Scotland can make their businesses and properties more secure will be given by officers from Police Scotland attending the Royal Highland Show, at Ingliston Showground, next week (21-24 June).

Stephen Gow, general manager of The Chester Hotel in Aberdeen.

Aberdeen hotel wins North East Scotland Hotel Restaurant of the Year Award

Aberdeen’s luxury venue The Chester Hotel has been named North East of Scotland Hotel Restaurant of the Year.

Provost Bill Howatson on stage with the pipe band at the start of the 2017 awards

Inspiring Aberdeenshire awards ceremony this Friday

A host of finalists from across the region will be hoping for success at this year's Inspiring Aberdeenshire being hosted this Friday.
Police Scotland

Woman charged following collision in Ellon

A 43-year-old woman has been charged in relation to alleged road traffic offences following a collision in the Station Road area of Ellon yesterday.

Animal welfare charity welcomes new addition

Animal welfare charity welcomes new addition

A foal has been born at the Scottish SPCA's Aberdeen Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre.

Glen pictured with his brother and mum

Football teams to go head to head in aid of MS Scotland

A fundraising football match will be held in Mintlaw on Friday night (June 15).

John Grover with his two winning dishes

National award for Ellon chef

An Ellon care home chef has been crowned the National Association of Care Catering’s Chef of the Year for 2018.

Phil Anderson, MD of Phil Anderson Financial Services Ltd

Firm shortlisted for top Business Award

An Ellon-based firm has been named as a finalist in the prestigious 2018 Northern Star Business Awards in recognition of the way in which it excels in looking after its employees.

Keith Brown at the launch of the GoNorthEast campaign

Community events to mark bypass opening

A weekend of community events will be held to mark the opening of the Aberdeen bypass.

The Dinky Doctors logo

Ellon firm receives support from ‘Dragon’

An Ellon-based firm received a business boost from Retail Entrepreneur and ‘Dragon’s Den’ star Theo Paphitis recently.

Professor Susan Crowther, Professor of Midwifery at RGUs School of Nursing and Midwifery

Inspirational lecture to challenge preconceptions around childbirth

An upcoming professorial lecture at Robert Gordon University (RGU) will encourage attendees to think about childbirth in a different way, uniting society around the humanness of this one experience we all have in common.

Glen Garioch Distillery

Inspiring food tourism revival

An Oldmeldrum distillery will be used to inspire further development of food tourism opportunities across the region next week.

Midmill School

Information event for future primary teachers

Aberdeenshire Council will host an information evening for those considering studying part-time to become a primary school teacher next week.

The open event will offer a rare chance to see what happens beyond the farm gate

From plough to plate, farm open days are an education

Hundreds of farmers across the country will open their gates on June 10 to welcome the public.

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