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African transport infrastructure insufficient for continental growth - Nzimande - Independent Online

Local News from Google - October 4, 2018 - 06:55

Independent Online

African transport infrastructure insufficient for continental growth - Nzimande
Independent Online
He also lauded the arrests and sentencing of several suspects linked to the ongoing arson and vandalism on the country's rail network. Nzimande announced that President Cyril Ramaphosa would open a rail-manufacturing factory in Dunnottar at Ekurhuleni, ...

Transport infrastructure insufficient for African growth – Nzimande - Citizen

Local News from Google - October 3, 2018 - 17:39

Citizen

Transport infrastructure insufficient for African growth – Nzimande
Citizen
Nzimande announced that President Cyril Ramaphosa will open a rail-manufacturing factory in Dunnottar at Ekurhuleni, Gauteng, on October 27. – African News Agency (ANA). For more news your way, download The Citizen's app for iOS and Android.

A peek into the diary of one of the 500-mile walkers for independence - The National

Local News from Google - October 3, 2018 - 05:04

The National

A peek into the diary of one of the 500-mile walkers for independence
The National
ON Saturday, the band of activists who are walking 500 miles from Portree in Skye across Scotland to promote independence will arrive at the All Under One Banner march in the capital. This diary by Dean Woodhouse of Yes Linton – one of the four walkers ...

Hogmanay Fireballs event secures funding deal - Aberdeen Evening Express

Local News from Google - October 1, 2018 - 14:26

Aberdeen Evening Express

Hogmanay Fireballs event secures funding deal
Aberdeen Evening Express
“As we look ahead to a new community at Dunnottar Park, we want to continue playing our part in making Stonehaven one of the most desirable places to live in the north-east by supporting the Stonehaven Fireballs. “As a local supporter of this world ...

Hogmanay Fireballs event secures funding deal - Aberdeen Evening Express

Local News from Google - October 1, 2018 - 14:26

Aberdeen Evening Express

Hogmanay Fireballs event secures funding deal
Aberdeen Evening Express
“As we look ahead to a new community at Dunnottar Park, we want to continue playing our part in making Stonehaven one of the most desirable places to live in the north-east by supporting the Stonehaven Fireballs. “As a local supporter of this world ...

North-east land train operators hail bumper season - Aberdeen Evening Express

Local News from Google - September 30, 2018 - 10:18

Aberdeen Evening Express

North-east land train operators hail bumper season
Aberdeen Evening Express
The attraction shuttles travellers around the sights of the town, including the Market Square, harbour and popular Dunnottar Castle. Managed by the Stonehaven Town Partnership (STP), the train usually takes a break over the winter period before ...

Better by bike: a guide to the top cycle rides in Britain - The Guardian

Local News from Google - September 30, 2018 - 06:02

The Guardian

Better by bike: a guide to the top cycle rides in Britain
The Guardian
Just as I was about to launch myself from the comfort of a minibus on to a bike and into some of the most remote country in the UK, I was reminded to “hold on to the door, or the wind will rip it off”. I am on a taster trip of Wilderness Scotland's new ...

Scotland's Insider Guide: Stonehaven - HeraldScotland

Local News from Google - September 30, 2018 - 05:01

HeraldScotland

Scotland's Insider Guide: Stonehaven
HeraldScotland
FEW towns in the north east of Scotland have as perfect a setting as Stonehaven. The natural harbour has long brought wealth and strategic importance to the town, as evidenced by the presence of ancient Dunnottar castle on the dramatic cliffs above.

Scotland's Insider Guide: Stonehaven - HeraldScotland

Local News from Google - September 30, 2018 - 05:01

HeraldScotland

Scotland's Insider Guide: Stonehaven
HeraldScotland
FEW towns in the north east of Scotland have as perfect a setting as Stonehaven. The natural harbour has long brought wealth and strategic importance to the town, as evidenced by the presence of ancient Dunnottar castle on the dramatic cliffs above.

Heading to Scotland? Here are some places to check out - Star2.com

Local News from Google - September 26, 2018 - 23:05

Heading to Scotland? Here are some places to check out
Star2.com
Perched on a rocky peninsula on the North Sea coast, the ruins of Dunnottar Castle are truly spectacular. Visitors must walk down almost to sea level before climbing back up an almost vertical path to reach the cliff-top ruins of the fortress that was ...

Quality rams sell well at show and sale - Inverurie Herald

Local News from Google - September 26, 2018 - 14:31

Quality rams sell well at show and sale
Inverurie Herald
The Beltex category, judged by Neil Eddie, Hallhill, Kinneff, saw the champion ram lamb from S Wood, Woolhillock, Skene, realise 1,100gns from C Stewart, An-Cala, Gills, Canisbay. S Wood also claimed the reserve champion title with a second entry ...

The world's most precariously placed buildings, from cliff-edge towns to monasteries perched on rocky columns - Daily Mail

Local News from Google - September 26, 2018 - 10:52

Daily Mail

The world's most precariously placed buildings, from cliff-edge towns to monasteries perched on rocky columns
Daily Mail
The dramatic ruined Dunnottar Castle in Stonehaven, Scotland, doesn't score quite as highly as some of the others on the perch-o-meter, but still, building it must have been treacherous. William Wallace, Mary Queen of Scots and King Charles II are all ...

Stonehaven RNLI crew help stricken vessel - The Courier

Local News from Google - September 23, 2018 - 21:40

The Courier

Stonehaven RNLI crew help stricken vessel
The Courier
Stonehaven RNLI volunteer crew were scrambled after a vessel got into difficulties on Sunday afternoon. They were paged just after 4.30pm by Aberdeen Coastguard to assist a fishing vessel off Dunnottar Castle that had been having propulsion issues.

North-east volunteers claim they have been unable to build new skate park due to council red tape - Press and Journal

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

Press and Journal

North-east volunteers claim they have been unable to build new skate park due to council red tape
Press and Journal
“The people of Inverbervie have been marvellous, everyone has supported this and given us money but we're standing here with nothing. “But it's not just about Bervie, this would also be for the kids of Gourdon, Kinneff, Catterline and Arbuthnott. They ...

Pedal power drives Catterline event - Mearns Leader

Local News from Google - September 21, 2018 - 14:46

Mearns Leader

Pedal power drives Catterline event
Mearns Leader
The Tour de Catterline was held on Sunday and attracted more than 70 riders. Now in its 18th year, the event takes cyclists through the stunning countryside of Mearns and Deeside with all abilities, ages and aspiration taking part. With 50, 35 and 10 ...

Burning brightly - fireballs' future safe - Mearns Leader

Local News from Google - September 21, 2018 - 10:59

Mearns Leader

Burning brightly - fireballs' future safe
Mearns Leader
Neil Thomson, construction director at Stewart Milne Homes, said: “As we look ahead to a new community at Dunnottar Park, we want to continue playing our part in making Stonehaven one of the most desirable places to live in the North-east by supporting ...

Video: Storm Ali wreaks havoc across the north-east - Aberdeen Evening Express

Local News from Google - September 20, 2018 - 11:26

Aberdeen Evening Express

Video: Storm Ali wreaks havoc across the north-east
Aberdeen Evening Express
At one point there were more than 7,000 properties without power in areas including Inverurie, Laurencekirk, Maud, Westhill and Catterline. In Aberdeen, a section of a primary school had to be evacuated after tree branches came down in the playground.

Storm Ali: More than 7000 north-east homes without power - Aberdeen Evening Express

Local News from Google - September 19, 2018 - 17:21

Aberdeen Evening Express

Storm Ali: More than 7000 north-east homes without power
Aberdeen Evening Express
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) engineers were alerted to the issue in areas near Westhill, Inverurie, Laurencekirk, Maud and Catterline. In total 7,260 properties have been affected. The incident was reported shortly after 1pm this ...

Goddard - The World's New Photography Brand - Moments in Time From Around the World - Markets Insider

Local News from Google - September 19, 2018 - 10:24

Goddard - The World's New Photography Brand - Moments in Time From Around the World
Markets Insider
"As a complete contrast the magical Dunnottar Castle in Stonehaven, United Kingdom is one of the world's most iconic castles to see up close and is my favourite place in the U.K. to photograph. I highly recommend a visit there sometime so you can truly ...

Angus and Aberdeenshire in new SEPA flood warning scheme - The Courier

Local News from Google - September 18, 2018 - 12:33

The Courier

Angus and Aberdeenshire in new SEPA flood warning scheme
The Courier
The main access to the village of Catterline was covered by a landslide after one particularly heavy spell of rain. Stonehaven narrowly avoided serious damage as the water level on the River Carron remained just below the town's flood defences. The ...

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