An innovative skills development programme from local social enterprise, Scarf, has been recognised with a special award for its approach to tackling fuel poverty in communities across the North-east of Scotland.
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine MP Andrew Bowie and local councillor Colin Pike visited the Portlethen Community Ambulance group to congratulate them on a four-figure funding boost from the local community.
New town developer Elsick Development Company has launched a new book which sets out the inspiration and vision for, and development of, the new town of Chapelton, while shining a light on the birth of a new north east community.
To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the final days of the First World War, gardeners at National Trust for Scotland properties across the North East of Scotland have cultivated striking memorial displays of Armistice flowers to remember those who lost their lives.
Rugby fever is set to hit Stonehaven this Saturday (August 25) when an eight-team tournament will take place to raise funds for Doddie Weir’s motor neurone disease (MND) charity, the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation.
A Section of the A90 southbound carriageway between the B974 Marykirk Junction and North Water Bridge is set to benefit from £150,000 worth of surface improvements starting on Monday 20 August for approximately four nights.