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Homecoming Parade to take place on Union Street

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The pioneering research has already uncovered that the condition dramatically changes the shape of the heart.

TechFest explores the truth behind a broken heart

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The presentation will include a series of short talks followed by questions to find out more about the students research interests.

Doctors of tomorrow share their research at TechFest 2017

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The Alford event is famous for the variety of parts to be found

Alford Autojumble this weekend

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Alex Salmond to host weekend radio show on LBC

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Kids’ classic the Moomins is coming back with an amazing A-List cast

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Scenes from ‘lost’ episode of Only Fools And Horses to air for the first time

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Historic Bridges Trail set to launch

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Fraserburgh's Heritage Centre.

Heritage Society looking to the future

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Six out of 10 (61 per cent) Scottish  food and drink firms are pursuing new international customers.

Scottish food and drink firms targeting international expansion

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VIDEO: Festival boss launches ReBalance scheme to get more girls into music industry

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The Welsh rockers play the Caird Hall next month

Have a nice day! Stereophonics head to Dundee’s Caird Hall

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Meet pop rockers The Vamps at Glasgow Argyle Street from noon and the Edinburgh store at 5pm on Tuesday, July 18.

The Vamps' Night & Day album set to knock Ed Sheeran off top spot - meet them at HMV signings in Scotland

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Once more Into The Valley...

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Members of Fraserburgh Academys  2017 Schools Rock Challenge who sang and danced their way on Saturday to the Scottish finals.

There’s a lot of young talent in the Broch!

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Pic: SWNS/UKGold

Scenes from ‘lost’ episode of Only Fools And Horses to air for the first time

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One of Steve Messam's creations in the Mellerstain House estate

Archie returns bigger and better for 2017

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Fraserburgh Super Saturday on July 9, 2016, at Saltoun Square and Broad Street, which featured the brother and sister act M2, namely Sarah and Duncan Whyte, who had people dancing in the street. The other big attraction was the climbing wall, which both adults and youngsters tackled! The theme of this month's Super Saturday was Get Fit Fraserburgh so healthy eating and fitness was to the fore, with demos from clubs across the district.
Contributed pics from Teresa McCallion, Super Saturday co-ordinator with Fraserburgh Development Trust Ltd.

Fraserburgh Super Saturdays

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Amazon launches 40 new channels

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