Event on for boy with rare skin condition
MSP congratulates Donside hill group
Support voiced for new Braemar centre
Deeside bridge given upgrade
Relic-filled homes to relish
Legion march for Forget-Me-Not
Property - do-it-yourself tips
Workers at a Dyce business were in for a shock as they started their shifts with the discovery of a poisonous black widow spider.
A black tie auction is due to be held to raise funds for a boy with a medical condition that affects fewer than 1,000 people worldwide.
A North- east MSP has tabled a motion to the Scottish parliament congratulating a Donside group on forty years of custodianship.
Residents of Braemar and the surrounding area this week got to look at detailed plans for a new £2.5 million Highland Games Centre in the village.
Aberdeenshire West and Kincardine MP Sir Robert Smith, a regular contributor and reader of the Deeside and Donside Piper, is supporting Local Newspaper week.
Battle lines have been drawn by Unionist and Nationalist campaigners in the run-up to the 2014 independence referendum.
With a 7am start from Banchory, for an early kick-off in Inverness, Deeside U18 could easily have lacked focus for the Caledonian Shield final against Aberdeen Wanderers.
LOCAL golfer Laura Murray is celebrating a fine performance in the Paul Lawrie Scottish Ladies Open Tour’s Dalmahoy opening event.
If you’ve watched one episode of Grand Designs too many and have been bitten by the self-build bug, be prepared for a bumpy ride.
An airy, elegant home with decorative tiles and nature-inspired murals, where the outdoors blends seamlessly with the indoors, would be an enviable property by today’s standards.
The Scottish SPCA are hosting no mere dog show but a ‘canine carnival’ on Sunday, June 2 in Bellfield Park, Banchory.
Aberdeenshire Council is offering library members the chance to research their family tree with Ancestry Library Edition and track back through centuries of public records, tracing family lines, military service records and family certificates.
One of the best ways to make your home more suited to your needs, especially if you have a growing family or want to work from home, is to add a bedroom.
There’s an almost tangible feeling of calm and comfort as you enter Alex Legendre’s house with its muted palette of earthy colours, lath and plaster walls, wide reclaimed floorboards and collection of quirky treasures.
There was much rock and rolling in Torphins as around 25 young people treated their family and friends to a concert at the Community Hall.
Howe Trinity church will be holding a coffee evening for Christian Aid at the Church Hall on Monday, May 27 at 7.30 pm.
A bridge overlooking one of Deeside’s most picturesque scenes has undergone a major upgrade.
“Blessed are the poor” was the cry as a Deeside church completed its course helping people in the art of saving money and making better financial decisions.
Every dog has his day at Crathes recently as, in blustery conditions, Deeside Rugby held their Fourth Annual Weekend of car boot sales, steam engine displays and for the first time the “Crathes Crufts” Dog Show.
A community hall in one of Donside’s smallest village’s has undergone renovation.
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Weather for Banchory, Scotland
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 10 C to 20 C
Wind Speed: 7 mph
Wind direction: North
Temperature: 9 C to 19 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: North west