Aboyne skatepark decision deferred pending site visi...
Torphins homes plan ‘flattened’ by councillors
Video: SRU vow to stand by Scott Johnson
Legendary horse trainer dies aged 70
Video: Johnson on Scotland’s defeat to South Africa
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Councillors have voted to defer the final decision on the controversial skatepark application in Aboyne pending a visit to the site.
Councillors have voted against the controversial proposed ten flat development on Torphins’ Station Road by a margin of six to two.
Trainer of champion racehorses Sir Henry Cecil (11 January 1943 – 11 June 2013) has died aged 70 years after a battle with cancer.
A derelict church in Braemar has been sold by it’s owners the Episcopalian Church to a restoration trust group for £1.
Aberdeenshire Council are looking to the future and have set out a plan for the area which will until the year 2050.
A Banchory man has received a prestigious degree from one of the world’s top universities.
THE Scottish Rugby Union has declared 2013 to be a year of development at Test level and that international results will not affect the future of coach Scott Johnson.5 comments
SCOTT Johnson set himself a number of clear targets for the summer tour to South Africa and as well as testing out the strength in depth was a desire to instil new belief in Scottish rugby.5 comments
SCOTT Johnson has dismissed suggestions that his Scotland squad were soft against Samoa and suffered the consequences both in a first Test defeat to the South Sea Islanders and a squad floored by injury.1 comment
THE changing face of South African rugby could not feature a more engaging and quietly ambitious individual than Heyneke Meyer. And the fulfilment this week of a childhood dream will mark another milestone for the Springboks coach.
Two brothers from Alford Basketball Club have been selected to play for Scotland at U12 and U13 level this year.
Fans of the late, lamented Property Ladder, presented by Sarah Beeny, will know that renovating a listed building can turn into a long and expensive nightmare.
Ignore the clouds and pretty up the patio ready for summer. Gabrielle Fagan picks on-trend looks for well-dressed outdoor spaces.
There is a great deal more to Glencoe, The Mamores and The Nevis range other than the giants these areas are famed for. Dotted within these regions are lesser hills, (though lesser in height and bulk only), which give excellent days out with the bonus of providing superb grandstands for their bigger siblings. Come with us to Beinn na Caillich and her neighbour, Mam na Guallain and you will see this for yourself.
A fifteen year old Aboyne Academy pupil has become the youngest person to fly a glider solo at the Deeside Gliding Club near Aboyne.
A Deeside musician will be hoping to hit the high notes with an upcoming apprearance at Garlogie Hall.
If your home’s loft is more valuable to you as living space than storage, converting the loft is the obvious thing to do.
Children from P5-7 at Durris Primary recently completed their annual hill walk.
Three generations of the family of a maid at Drum Castle gathered there on Sunday 9 June to celebrate what would have been their ancestor’s 100th birthday.
Inchmarlo resident Russel Love is seeking his cat who has been missing from his home on the Inchmarlo Estate since May 30.
Banchory West Church hosted a card sale on Friday (June 7) to raise funds for the Scots Kirk in Kandy, Sri lanka.
A Deeside Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre is seeking a loving home for a young dog who has known nothing but rejection in her life.
Green fingered pupils from a Donside primary school were at Inchmarlo Retirement Community Village to see their garden design come to life.
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Weather for Banchory, Scotland
Wednesday 19 June 2013
Temperature: 7 C to 19 C
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Wind direction: West
Temperature: 10 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: South east