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Repairs at Tarlair get a big boost

Published: Tue 29 Jul 2014

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ESSENTIAL maintenance work to be carried out at the derelict former outdoor swimming pool at Tarlair has moved a step closer after it received crucial support from Historic Scotland.

Facelift is planned for Portsoy Library

Published: Tue 29 Jul 2014

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PORTSOY library is set for a much-needed £6,000 refurbishment after councillors approved a programme of improvements for the community facility.

Life jackets gift from local firm

Published: Tue 29 Jul 2014

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THE popular children's pedal boats at Portsoy's Loch Soy have new buoyancy aids thanks to the generosity of a local company.

Police home in on illegal parking

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Published: Tue 22 Jul 2014

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POLICE today launched a blitz on illegal parking in Banff town centre and fired off a warning to drivers that anybody flouting parking regulations will be issued with fixed penalty notices.

No charge for car park vehicle power point

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Published: Tue 22 Jul 2014

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AN ELECTRIC vehicle charging point stationed in St Mary's car park in Banff as part of a £50,000 government grant scheme to reduce carbon emissions across Scotland will be free to use for the foreseeable future.

Dutch orchestra are first to play at made-over church

Published: Tue 22 Jul 2014

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BANFF'S former Trinity and Alvah Church, currently nearing the completion of a £750,000 restoration by Banff's Riverside Church congregation, is set to play host to its first public event since work started on the 18th century former Free Kirk building more than a year ago.

Macduff woman celebrates 104th

Published: Tue 15 Jul 2014

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AGE has proven to be no barrier for Macduff woman Maggie Gauld (nee West) who celebrated her 104th birthday recently.

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