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New approach to green space maintenance

Following a number of gradual changes to open space management over the past three to four years, a new approach for the creation and maintenance of green spaces across Aberdeenshire is being proposed to increase biodiversity and the types of recreation spaces available for residents.

The STRIVE cyclists who took part in the fundraiser

Cyclists support Doddie’s charity

A group of cyclists recently returned to Stonehaven after completing a five-day, 700-mile cycle in aid of rugby legend Doddie Weir’s charity, the ‘My Name’s Doddie Foundation’.

Labour shortage concern

Labour shortage concern

Angus South MSP Graeme Dey has joined SNP colleagues in demanding clarity from the UK Government over the future of seasonal workers.

Left to right - Jeff Hutchison, George Carr and Andrew Bowie

Concern over bridge closure

A North-east MP has written to Aberdeenshire Council bosses to clarify possible plans to replace historic Abbeyton Bridge in the Mearns.

Senior Lecturer Donald Todd demonstrating in RGUs Clinical Skills Centre

RGU welcomes potential nurses of tomorrow

Nursing academics and practitioners will hold an event at Robert Gordon University (RGU) next week to show potential students the benefits of choosing a career in nursing, and give late applicants the opportunity to apply to study this September.

For a third straight year there were young people who achieved 5 A grade passes at Higher level at every Aberdeenshire secondary school.

Shire pupils achieve good exam results

Senior school pupils across Scotland are receiving their exam results today and this year’s figures reveal for the third consecutive year young people achieved five A grade passes at Higher Level in every Aberdeenshire secondary school.

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