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Former councillor Katrina Farquhar and Andrew Meechan, of Aberdeenshire Council, at the official opening

Repair bill plea for loos

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Scotlands animal welfare charity is looking for members of the public who may have been a victim of unscrupulous puppy dealers in North-East

Scottish SPCA appeal for potential puppy farm victims

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Drivers urged to slow down on A93

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Say ‘I Do’ in style at Pittodrie

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Aberdeen Royal Infirmary

Anchor Unit to host recruitment event

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Sophie Ewen

Girls’ nights to encourage more females into energy sector

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TOMINTOUL, SCOTLAND - JANUARY 19:  Skiers enjoy the winter conditions  at the Lecht ski centre on January 19, 2015 in Tomintoul, Scotland. Temperatures in parts of Scotland have fallen to as low as -12C during what forecasters say has been the coldest night of the winter so far.  (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Lecht to stage its own Winter Games in an Olympic snowsport celebration

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2018 may be ‘beastliest’ race yet

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Deeside delight as top referee Hollie pops in to open new equipment shed

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dominic is a knockout as he wins title in portugal

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Another year kicks off for Donside U13 girls

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Referee Hollie will be in charge for grand opening at Deeside

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Aboyne chosen to host top golfing event

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maroc opening event a step in right direction for 2018

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Mr Hogmanay, aka Paul Anderson, is championing the revival of the traditional Scottish variety show

Variety is the spice of Hogmanay

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Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick

Aberdeen date for Supervet Noel

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Raise a glass and say #CheerstoRabbie

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Strictly embargoed 00.01 Monday 3rd April; Cycling star Mark Beaumont, best known for cycling around the world in 194 days in 2008, will take ultra-endurance to another level by circumnavigating the globe in less than half that time.

Beaumont will be attempting to travel 18,000 miles around the world, starting from Paris on Sunday 2 July. As a warm up to the Artemis World Cycle, he will first cycle around the coastline of Britain, leaving on 4th April. The 3,500 miles, 15-day training ride will be at 80 days pace, with Beaumont cycling for 16 hours and 240 miles per day.

As part of his mission to travel around the world in 80 days, breaking the current world record of 123 days, set by New Zealands Andrew Nicholson, the Scottish adventurer is raising funds for Orkidstudio, which works to benefit communities worldwide through innovative architecture and construction. The journey will also be tracked through Twinkl, a global educational platform for primary schools.

Mark Beaumont lays down cycling challenge

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Sound idea...to commemorate Armistice Day centenary in November 2018, composer Martin Suckling is looking for readers help to sample church bells across Scotland.

Record your church bells for new Scottish composition

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