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Seized counterfeit clothing donated
Johnston Press - publishers of the Buchan Observer, Fraserburgh Herald, Ellon Times and Inverurie Herald - announced today the launch of The SmartList Scotland.
BrewDog have lifted the curtain on its newest project, a ground-breaking, new style of spirit which has been given the name WattDickie.
With the opening of its Fraserburgh store edging closer, Asda has launched a recruitment drive in preparation for the store opening on August 12.
Hundreds of seized items of counterfeit clothing worth around £50,000 have been given to a Christian organisation to put to good use instead of being destroyed.
A cancer support charity is appealing for new volunteers to help with the provision of free services for anyone affected by cancer in the Fraserburgh area.
Fraserburgh and district councillor Brian Topping was joined by the Community Council last week in calls to get new no-drinking signs.
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.7 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.
SCOTLAND have tasked Scott Johnson and Sean Lineen to scour the world and unearth new Scottish talent, but judging by the latest round of debutants selected for Test duty the programme is already working.1 comment
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.
If your home’s loft is more valuable to you as living space than storage, converting the loft is the obvious thing to do.
It would be easy to assume that Nicky Haslam, an interior designer with a global reputation and no stranger to private planes and palaces, might possess a home suited to the pages of celebrity magazines.
The bold, beautiful and luxurious scenery in The Great Gatsby is drawing as much attention as the glamorous stars of the new Hollywood blockbuster.
A home wouldn’t be homely without carpet. Carpet makes it cosy and comfy underfoot, and it’s less draughty and more heat retentive and sound absorbing than many other floor coverings.
A new publication pinpointing where to find some of the best food and drink in Aberdeenshire will be launched at the annual Taste of Grampian event.
Fraserburgh and district councillor Charles Buchan attended last weekend’s Bookbug event at Fraserburgh Library to lend his support.
Fraserburgh community councillors discussed the idea of hosting a community engagement event in the future at last week’s meeting.
Paint Pot Ceramics offered painting sessions to members of the public last weekend as it got a taste of running a shop in Fraserburgh’s High Street.
Commenting on reports that the President of the Association of Scottish Police Superintendents is to say that the number of local authorities and councils should be cut to save costs, Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie MSP has urged SNP Ministers to not force a centralisation agenda upon local councils.
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Wednesday 19 June 2013
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