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Post rock legends Mogwai headline True North Festival

Aberdeen’s award-winning music festival True North will, this year, see rockers Mogwai take to the stage at His Majesty’s Theatre in what is set to be an unmissable gig for fans.

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Let’s capture one summer’s day

Let’s capture one summer’s day

Summer has truly arrived and as the temperatures continue to rise everybody is looking for any excuse to have fun in the sun.

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Local organisations’ support for bypass benefits campaign

Local organisations’ support for bypass benefits campaign

VisitAberdeenshire and Aberdeen International Airport have announced their support for the #GoNorthEast campaign.

Transport
William Craib, from Stonehaven

Soldier joins moor fire battle

A young Stonehaven man was among the Scottish soldiers recently called out to help battle the major fire on Saddleworth Moor.

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With a barbecue, patio and pond this property’s garden almost rivals the home!

If you fancy an outstandingly beautiful yet very practical house with lots of living space then look no further!

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Missing man: police appeal

Missing man: police appeal

Police are concerned following the disappearance of a Portlethen man.

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A souvenir photograph against the backdrop of Dunnottar Castle

Twinning visit seals partnership

A visit to Stonehaven by a delegation from its twin town in France has been hailed a “massive success”.

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Councillor Leigh Wilson with Stacey Hogg, from Bervie Primary School

Councillor hails plastic straw ban

Plastic straws are to be removed from all Aberdeenshire schools in a landmark move to reduce the amount of waste and protect the local environment.

Education
The damage to the defibrillator in Market Square

Life-saving kit is targeted by vandals

A police investigation is under way after life-saving equipment in Stonehaven was vandalised.

Crime
Windfarm fund opens for community applications

Windfarm fund opens for community applications

The Meikle Carewe Windfarm Community Fund has opened for applications.

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Stonehaven Youth Collective at the town hall

Superb folk festival lights up the town

Organisers of the 30th Stonehaven Folk Festival have hailed another successful event.

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Police appeal after ‘suspicious’ fire in Shire woodland

Police appeal after ‘suspicious’ fire in Shire woodland

An investigation is under way into a suspicious fire in woodland in Aberdeenshire.

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Beautiful Scotland judges will cast their eye over Inverbervie on July 30

Volunteer plea for village spruce up

An appeal has gone out for volunteers to spruce up Inverbervie before a visit by Beautiful Scotland judges later this month.

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At the Catterline School end of year assembly last Thursday, the first winner of the Joan Eardley Memorial Quaich was P4 pupil Belle McMurtrie, from Barras. Belle is pictured with her winning artwork and the replica of the Historic Scotland plaque which was presented to the school by local heritage pioneer Dave Ramsay.

Belle wins Joan Eardley Memorial Quaich

At the Catterline School end of year assembly, the first winner of the Joan Eardley Memorial Quaich was P4 pupil Belle McMurtrie, from Barras.

Education
Head teacher Louise Moir with PCs Steve Inglis and Reegan Watson

School head goes on patrol

Mackie Academy’s head teacher has been on patrol with local police officers.

Crime
The STRIVE campaigners

Businesses support Stoney group’s fundraising efforts

Two North-east-based businesses are supporting a fundraising campaign organised by a group of Stonehaven residents under the banner ‘STRIVE’.

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Pupils, parents and members of the community who took part in the Portlethen event

Getting a taste for the Edibles Trail

An inaugural community walk around Portlethen Edibles Trail was held earlier this week.

Education
Margaret Gray, left, and Joan Anderson have served the local community since the 1970s

End of the story for Mearns librarians

Two Mearns women have reached the final chapter in a remarkable career.

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Top college award for Ewan

Top college award for Ewan

Former Mearns Academy pupil Ewan Mowatt, 16, of Dovecot Farm, Laurencekirk, with his employer Ross Leitch, of Ross Leitch Joinery Services Ltd, Montrose.

Education
The charity bags carry the Meningitis Now and bebic logos without permission.

Charity warns of fraudulent clothes recycling bag collections

A charity is warning of fraudulent collections after discovering its logo is being used on unauthorised clothes recycling bags.

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