Kincardineshire Observer

Dialysis unit opens its doors

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Scottish mum Rose Gentle, whose son Gordon died in Iraq in 2004, is backing the Johnston Press campaign calling on Scottish and Westminster Governments to shed light on veteran suicide figures.''Pic: Robert Perry.

Hidden epidemic of veteran suicides: a mother’s story

Health

Dunnottar Castle - a ‘hidden treasure’

Business
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Quarter of teens disregard warnings to stay away from railway lines

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Hidden epidemic of veteran suicides “smacks of cover-up”

Health

Stoney Loons gear up to take part in Ride London 100

News

Let’s capture one summer’s day

News

Local organisations’ support for bypass benefits campaign

Transport
William Craib, from Stonehaven

Soldier joins moor fire battle

News

Ross bags birdies to take the spoils in Wednesday Stroke

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16/07/18 THE 147TH OPEN ' CARNOUSTIE' Scotland's Sam Locke with Paul Lawrie

Lawrie a major influence on Locke ahead of Open debut

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Craig is just champion again at Stonehaven

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DONEGAL, IRELAND - AUGUST 04: Sam Locke of Scotland during the Boys Home International Cup at Ballyliffin Golf Club on August 4, 2016 in Donegal, Ireland. The annual three day tournament takes place on the north coast of Donegal between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/R&A/R&A via Getty Images)

Renaissance man Sam leads way to qualify for the Open at Carnoustie

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Stonehaven management team leave 
after five years

Football

Ella picks up Scottish Schools bronze as Emma goes close

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Game Lewis all set for matches at Wimbledon

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Mackay and Reid stretch lead at top with Crail Stages win

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Love' Labour's Lost will be performed at Duff House

Open-air tour of Shakespeare play comes to Aberdeenshire

Whats on

Post rock legends Mogwai headline True North Festival

Whats on
The bronze figures  will be unveiled by the Lord Provost of Aberdeen Barney Crockett

Aberdeen Fishing memorial to be unveiled

Whats on
Alice Wyllie and Katie McAllister, from National Museums Scotland, listen in to the soundtrack of Scotland at the opening of Rip It Up (Photo Neil Hanna).

Rip It Up and delve into the story of Scottish pop at National Museum of Scotland

Lifestyle
Peter Wilson of Cruise Forth was one of last year's winners with his business being commended for putting the customer at the centre of every experience

Who deserves a tourism award for putting our area on the map?

Lifestyle

Picture gallery: 14,000 photographs secured for Scotland

Lifestyle