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Extension granted for neurological centre in Aberdeen

Health
Jo-Anne Hamilton from The National Autistic Society Scotland, Karen Gunn from Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership, and Alex Pirrie from Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership with the VR technology

Technology shows the world through the eyes of an autistic child

News
Research found that location (78 per cent) and fair price (74 per cent) are the key factors househunters in the North East consider important when buying a new home.

New research reveals home buying trends

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2nd place for Mackie in Rock Challenge

Whats on

Average speed cameras to be introduced between Stonehaven and Dundee

Transport

A90 bridge demolition work to begin on Monday

Transport

Nadine Coyle launches 2017 search for Specsavers Spectacle Wearer of the Year

News

New project to get cancer sufferers back into work

News

College students visit Holyrood

News
20170326- Jim Patterson Charity Day
Marykirk Indoor Bowling Club hosted teams from Cookney, Fettercairn, Fordoun, Luthermuir, Marykirk and St. Cyrus bowling clubs at the annual Jim Patterson Charity Day. The tournament was won by the Fordoun pair of Jim Duncan and Alan Laing. 
Proceeds from the charity day �444 were handed over by Jim Patterson to Macmillan Centre , Stracathro staff nurse Maureen Phillips. 
   
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Jim Patterson Charity Day raises cash for Macmillan

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Men's Champion Patrick Young

New champion for Stonehaven Tennis Grand Prix

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Stonehaven cyclers donate to Sandpiper Trust

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Portlethen pupils kick-off new sports facility

Football

Search for European Championship volunteers begins

Sport

Stonehaven curler named Sports Person of the Year

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Personal best for Mearns Academy swimmer Gavin

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Mackie pupils performed to a crowd of 1,700 at the Rock Challenge event on Saturday.

2nd place for Mackie in Rock Challenge

Whats on
Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games celebrates 20 years of the original production. Pic: Brian Doherty.

Theatre Review: Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games at Edinburgh Playhouse

Whats on
The new �1 coin is now in circulation.

New £1 coin with ‘hidden’ security feature rolled out today

Lifestyle
VHS machines have disappeared from use

Car ownership and cash ‘increasingly absurd’ among modern day Scots

Lifestyle
The most popular Scottish attraction was the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh,

Edinburgh Castle at the peak of paid for attractions

Lifestyle