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‘A blow to local economy’ - RBS closure

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Community councillor James Morrison, Scot medical Ltd's Colin Petrie, Stuart Donaldson MP, Community council chair Phil Mills-Bishop, community councillor Mike Duncan and Co-op staff member Stephen Barron.

CPR course really is breath of fresh air...

Health
Golf industry experts met to discuss how they could better collaborate to strengthen the regions golf product, and attract more visitors to the North-east at the VisitAberdeenshire Golf Tourism Innovation Workshop.

Tourism experts discuss how to grow the North-east’s £30m golf industry

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Baby squirrel found in felled tree in Aberdeenshire

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Extension granted for neurological centre in Aberdeen

Health

Technology shows the world through the eyes of an autistic child

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New research reveals home buying trends

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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

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Average speed cameras

Average speed cameras to be introduced between Stonehaven and Dundee

Transport
Rob Armstrong slams home Stonehaven's second goal in the sixth minute

Hives thrive in trip up north against Inverness

Football
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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Portlethen pupils kick-off new sports facility

Football

Stonehaven cyclers donate to Sandpiper Trust

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Search for European Championship volunteers begins

Sport
Keila , Freya , Ritchie and Ayana from Inverbervie Pre School are all excited for the Children's Art Competition at The Burgh Halls annual art show. This year's children's theme is Easter.

Opening of annual Inverbervie art show draws near

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Jim (front centre) is pictured with top table guests and centre directors.

Grassic Gibbon Centre annual dinner

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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

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Jim (front centre) is pictured with top table guests and centre directors.

Grassic Gibbon Centre annual dinner

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The new �1 coin is now in circulation.

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

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