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Investment for St Cyrus nature reserve

A Mearns nature reserve is to receive nearly £200,000 in investment.

James Morrison  with his painting at Catterline School. Left to right Gordon Ritchie, Dave Ramsay  Dr Anne Keddie, Lily Buchanan, Cameron Ramsay, Hanna Boggon and Magnus Gowland.

Artist makes special visit to Catterline

By A Leader Reporter


Motorcyclists charged

Motorcyclists charged

A number of motorcyclists have been charged in relation to alleged road traffic offences in Aberdeenshire forests in the last two weeks.

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.

Dave Ramsay pictured against the backdrop of his beloved Catterline Bay

BEM for Mearns heritage pioneer

A Mearns man who has worked tirelessly to put the area on the heritage map has been awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM).

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.

Sandra Hunter, right, with stylist Rachael Bland and the award

Salon wins yet another award

A Stonehaven hair salon is celebrating another accolade in an award-winning year.

The Bay owner Calum Richardson

Pioneeering Calum wins another accolade for The Bay

Stonehaven’s Bay Fish and Chips is celebrating another award.

Mackie Academy pupils entertained during the event

Rocks and rolls in Stonehaven

A rock and roll event with a difference has taken place in Stonehaven.

Police operation: 14 charged

Police operation: 14 charged

Fourteen people were charged over the weekend as part of a continuing police operation to address violence and anti-social behaviour across Aberdeenshire.

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 police operation will last for several months

Crime prevention in rural communties

Police in South Aberdeenshire are increasing patrols to prevent further crime in rural areas.

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.

A sun-drenched Feein' Market. Picture: Craig Bunyan

Sunshine all the way for the Feein’Market

The sun shone and the crowds turned out in large numbers for Stonehaven’s annual Feein’ Market.

Stonehaven Medical Group has just started the online consultations

GP surgery pilots online consultations

A local medical group is taking part in a pilot project for online consultations.

Photo from L to R Inspector Carron McKellar, Fredda McIntosh, who is supported by Alzheimer Scotland and Sarah Duff, Service Manager, Alzheimer Scotland

Herbert Protocol scheme to help trace people living with dementia quicker launched in North East

A scheme to help trace people living with dementia more quickly after they are reported missing, has been launched in the North East.
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