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Donation for Stonehaven Dialysis Unit

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Local teacher Siobhan Rynne will travel to Rwanda in July.

Local teacher to help in Rwandan schools

Education
Local children turned out to support the Laurencekirk firefighters

Charity Car Wash

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School trip cancelled in wake of Manchester attack

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Research reveals half of Scots pupils travel to school actively

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Pay cap on Scotland’s health workers must end

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We Love Manchester Emergency Fund launched

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Iona Mitchell, head of Cancer Support Services at Clan

Clan offer new service

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Scotland must not allow terrorism to triumph. Pic: Lisa Ferguson.

Scotland must not allow terrorism to triumph

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Overnight closures for B979 at weekend

Transport
Resurfacing begins on March 13 and runs for three nights

Overnight road closures at Charleston this weekend

Transport
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Diversions in place for Rothnick road closure

Transport
Resurfacing begins on March 13 and runs for three nights

AWPR works: Overnight closure for B979 this weekend

Transport
Resurfacing begins on March 13 and runs for three nights

Overnight closures at Charleston this weekend

Transport

Operation to raise awareness of doorstep crime

Crime

Teenagers charged over wilful fire-raising

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Total of seven youths charged following Newtonhill assault

Crime

Four teens charged with assault

Crime

Local teacher to help in Rwandan schools

Education
Portlethen Academy

School trip cancelled in wake of Manchester attack

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Lord Lieutenant of Kincardineshire, Carol Kinghorn, acknowledged the major project work of Inverbervie, Auchenblae and Glenbervie schools, and along with pupils from the three schools, laid flowers at the grave of Hercules Linton in the Old Kirkyard in Inverbervie. 
The Lord Lieutenant and pupils are pictured with project director Dave Ramsay by the grave of Hercules Linton designer of the famous tea clipper Cutty Sark.

Hercules Linton remembered

Arts

Pupils log masses of miles in 2017 Big Pedal

Education

Dunnottar Castle ranked second best in Scotland

Business
Resurfacing begins on March 13 and runs for three nights

Overnight closures for B979 at weekend

Transport
Resurfacing begins on March 13 and runs for three nights

Overnight road closures at Charleston this weekend

Transport
Work has now begun on the development, which overlooks Stonehaven bay.

Work begins on £1m luxury lodges

Business

ELECTION 2017 ROUND-UP: Polls predict ‘bluewash’ as Emily Thornberry turns airwaves blue

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Stonehaven's beach pavilion

Men’s Shed hoping to take over pavilion

Politics
The Cowie footbridge has collected more and more locks over the last three years

Cowie bridge love locks to be removed

Politics
A flood wall is one of the measures that the flood protection scheme will incorporate.

Stonehaven flood protection scheme to progress

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Dunnottar Primary School

We need funding!

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A new forestry and woodland strategy has been approved for Aberdeenshire.

New forestry and woodland strategy for Aberdeenshire

Environment
A mild winter, coupled with warmer than usual spring temperatures, could lead to an increase in the number of bugs, like ants, this summer.

Homeowners warned to expect a plague of bugs this summer

Environment

Dementia Awareness Week in Stonehaven

Health
Dementia Friendly Portlethen Vintage tea.

Vintage Tea toasts Dementia friendly Portlethen

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Sam Dorrance playing at Stonehaven Harbour before he fell ill.

Emotional ‘Songs for Sam’ event raises thousands

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Dr Natalie Coull, lecturer in Ethical Hacking at Abertay University. Pic: Alan Richardson.

Cyber attack on the NHS explained by expert

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Team AJ, who raised �5,000 for cancer research.

£5,000 raised in memory of Alex

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