Police home in on illegal parking


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


Published: Tue 22 Jul 2014


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


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


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

Harbour needs new work for secure future


Published: Tue 08 Jul 2014


MACDUFF Harbour could be deepened to allow access for bigger oil and gas and alternative energy-related shipping if Aberdeenshire Council can find the funding to support future development.

Council urges community to resurrect watchdog

Published: Tue 08 Jul 2014


ABERDEENSHIRE Council has called a public meeting tonight (Tuesday) to encourage residents to re-form a community council covering a rural area between Banff and Aberchirder.

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