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Honours: Mearns Heritage founder Dave Ramsay is awarded BEM for service to Kincardineshire - Press and Journal

Local News from Google - June 9, 2018 - 06:20

Press and Journal

Honours: Mearns Heritage founder Dave Ramsay is awarded BEM for service to Kincardineshire
Press and Journal
Mr Ramsay helped open the Maggie Law Museum in Gourdon and has also led school projects on the centenary of the Bella – the fishing boat whose crew was taken prisoners of war whilst out fishing off the Catterline coast and the Cutty Sark. Mr Ramsay ...

Catterline continues celebration of connection to famous Scots artists - The Courier

Local News from Google - June 8, 2018 - 08:38

The Courier

Catterline continues celebration of connection to famous Scots artists
The Courier
Mr Morrison was a lecturer at Duncan of Jordanstone before leaving the Dundee establishment to pursue a full-time art career in 1987 and his gift to Catterline has now been marked with a rededication of the painting as another strand in the effort to ...

LAID WASTE: emerald ash borer a looming threat - Manitoba Co-operator

Local News from Google - June 7, 2018 - 17:31

Manitoba Co-operator

LAID WASTE: emerald ash borer a looming threat
Manitoba Co-operator
A village council in Manitoba's Interlake thinks it's a good idea to prevent an invasive insect from destroying local trees. Dunnottar just doesn't know what it would do if emerald ash borer (EAB) chews its way into town. “We've sort of been aware of ...

Drone ban at seabird colony - Mearns Leader

Local News from Google - June 7, 2018 - 13:42

Mearns Leader

Drone ban at seabird colony
Mearns Leader
The reserve at Crawton is home to around 130,000 breeding birds. These include guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes, puffins and fulmars. Peak breeding season is between April and late July. Most of the nests are constructed on precarious perches nestled ...

Drone ban at seabird colony - Mearns Leader

Local News from Google - June 7, 2018 - 13:42

Mearns Leader

Drone ban at seabird colony
Mearns Leader
The reserve at Crawton is home to around 130,000 breeding birds. These include guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes, puffins and fulmars. Peak breeding season is between April and late July. Most of the nests are constructed on precarious perches nestled ...

Royal approval for new quays at Aberdeen South Harbour - Oilfield Technology

Local News from Google - June 7, 2018 - 10:41

Oilfield Technology

Royal approval for new quays at Aberdeen South Harbour
Oilfield Technology
Aberdeen Harbour Board is proud to announce that the four quays in the new port will be named Balmoral, Dunnottar, Crathes and Castlegate, in honour of the history and heritage of the north-east of Scotland. As part of its commitment to ensure ...

Artist invited back to north-east village which inspired some of his earlier works - Press and Journal

Local News from Google - June 7, 2018 - 06:56

Press and Journal

Artist invited back to north-east village which inspired some of his earlier works
Press and Journal
A renowned artist has returned to the north-east coastal village which inspired some of his early works. James Morrison, whose work is owned by the royal family and J.K Rowling, lived in Catterline while he was a visiting professor at Hospitalfield ...

WATCH: Aberdeen south harbour quays named after Scottish castles - Press and Journal

Local News from Google - June 7, 2018 - 06:39

Press and Journal

WATCH: Aberdeen south harbour quays named after Scottish castles
Press and Journal
The new quays at Aberdeen's £350million South Harbour will be named after some of the most iconic castles in Scotland. Three of the quays will be named Balmoral, Dunnottar and Crathes and the fourth will be named Castlegate after the city centre area ...

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WATCH: Aberdeen harbour quays granted iconic Scottish titles - Energy Voice

Local News from Google - June 7, 2018 - 06:04

Energy Voice

WATCH: Aberdeen harbour quays granted iconic Scottish titles
Energy Voice
The new quays at Aberdeen's £350million South Harbour will be named after some of the most iconic castles in Scotland. Three of the quays will be named Balmoral, Dunnottar and Crathes and the fourth will be named Castlegate after the city centre area ...

Windfarm funding support - Mearns Leader

Local News from Google - June 4, 2018 - 15:30

Mearns Leader

Windfarm funding support
Mearns Leader
Successful applicants this time included Arbuthnott Community Association, Catterline Harbour Trust, Catterline School Parent Group, Catterline Gala Committee, Catterline Braes Action Group, Kinneff Parent Council, Kinneff Old Church Preservation Trust ...

Drones banned at Aberdeenshire seabird colony - Press and Journal

Local News from Google - May 31, 2018 - 06:31

Press and Journal

Drones banned at Aberdeenshire seabird colony
Press and Journal
Drones have been banned at an Aberdeenshire seabird colony after reports the devices have knocked eggs nestled on cliff faces. Signs have been erected at the RSPB's Fowlsheugh reserve, just south of Dunnottar Castle, warning wildlife photographers to ...

SANDF Attempt To Use Police To Evict Marievale Residents - The Daily Vox

Local News from Google - May 30, 2018 - 12:22

The Daily Vox

SANDF Attempt To Use Police To Evict Marievale Residents
The Daily Vox
Right2Know, a rights organisation who has been working on the case for the Marievale residents, have reported that the SANDF's Colonel Mkhize went to the Dunnottar Police Station to try and urge the South African Police Service (SAPS) to arrest the ...

City Police Officers support Reading Month - St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)

Local News from Google - May 28, 2018 - 14:31

St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)

City Police Officers support Reading Month
St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)
City Police Officers visited learning institutions including the Dunnottar School for children with special needs, to support activities for Reading Month. Officer Timothy Moses who visited the Dunnottar school last week described it as a “great ...

Twinning link formally signed - Mearns Leader

Local News from Google - May 24, 2018 - 15:18

Mearns Leader

Twinning link formally signed
Mearns Leader
... community. “The trip has been an outstanding success, above any expectation, and this is only the start of the relationship.” The group distributed more than 200 paper thistles with 'I love Stonehaven' pin badges made by Dunnottar Primary School ...

AWPR road closure at Stonehaven - Press and Journal

Local News from Google - May 23, 2018 - 06:50

Press and Journal

AWPR road closure at Stonehaven
Press and Journal
Road users intending to travel north on the A90 should leave the A90 at Glasslaw Junction onto the A92, known locally as the Coast Road (Dunfermline to Stonehaven Road), then turn left onto the A957 and travel through Stonehaven via Dunnottar Avenue, ...

A90 to shut northbound overnight for Aberdeen bypass works - Aberdeen Evening Express

Local News from Google - May 22, 2018 - 10:23

Aberdeen Evening Express

A90 to shut northbound overnight for Aberdeen bypass works
Aberdeen Evening Express
The sign-posted diversion will take drivers along the A92, onto the A957 and through Stonehaven on Dunnottar Avenue, Bridgefield, Allardice Street and David Street before joining the A90 via the B979 Netherley road. Any motorists looking to join the ...

A90 to shut northbound overnight for Aberdeen bypass works - Aberdeen Evening Express

Local News from Google - May 22, 2018 - 10:23

Aberdeen Evening Express

A90 to shut northbound overnight for Aberdeen bypass works
Aberdeen Evening Express
The sign-posted diversion will take drivers along the A92, onto the A957 and through Stonehaven on Dunnottar Avenue, Bridgefield, Allardice Street and David Street before joining the A90 via the B979 Netherley road. Any motorists looking to join the ...

Stonehaven has a new French connection - Press and Journal

Local News from Google - May 22, 2018 - 06:55

Press and Journal

Stonehaven has a new French connection
Press and Journal
The north-east delegation arrived equipped with over 200 'I love Stonehaven' pin badges and bunches of paper thistles made by pupils at Dunnottar Primary School. Local schoolchildren from Acheres treated the party to a rendition of the French national ...

Sunshine ahead for Scotland… but more fog forecast for north-east coastline - Press and Journal

Local News from Google - May 22, 2018 - 06:40

Press and Journal

Sunshine ahead for Scotland… but more fog forecast for north-east coastline
Press and Journal
And just five minutes later at 6.50am, police were called to a two car smash on the A92 Stonehaven to Montrose road near Catterline. Nobody was seriously injured in the two incidents. The Met Office has forecast similar foggy conditions both inland and ...

Two car crash in foggy conditions in Aberdeenshire - Press and Journal

Local News from Google - May 21, 2018 - 08:05

Press and Journal

Two car crash in foggy conditions in Aberdeenshire
Press and Journal
Officers received reports of the incident at 6.50am on the A92 near Catterline. A police spokesman said no one was injured and an obstruction was not being caused as the vehicles are now off the road. Fog has been causing reduced visibility for drivers ...

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