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Peugeot 5008 long-term test month 2 - Kincardineshire Observer

Peugeot 5008 long-term test month 2  Kincardineshire Observer

The 5008 is a car that's easy to take for granted – but in a good way. After initially wowing me with its modern fabric and metal interior and the smart i-Cocipit ...

Published on 22 March 2019 | 4:32 pm


David Irvine of Drum | Scotland - The Times

David Irvine of Drum | Scotland  The Times

David Irvine of Drum was Scotland's clan chief who finally put an end to a 600-year clan feud and who, at the sexcentenary of a notable battle, exchanged ...

Published on 21 March 2019 | 12:01 am


Lister reveals 205mph drop-top version of devilish LFT-666 - Kincardineshire Observer

Lister reveals 205mph drop-top version of devilish LFT-666  Kincardineshire Observer

British sports car maker Lister has revealed plans for a limited-run open-top version of its LFT-666. The LFT-C will be Lister's most powerful and fastest ...

Published on 20 March 2019 | 6:52 pm


Sainsbury's and Asda announce fuel cap as part of merger plan - Kincardineshire Observer

Sainsbury's and Asda announce fuel cap as part of merger plan  Kincardineshire Observer

Supermarket chains Sainsbury's and Asda have announced plans to cap fuel price profits as part of their proposed merger. The two businesses, which along ...

Published on 20 March 2019 | 11:31 am


Caithness members impress in in Pony Club quiz competition - JohnOGroat Journal

Caithness members impress in in Pony Club quiz competition  JohnOGroat Journal

Members of the Caithness branch of the Pony Club have enjoyed success in the annual Margaret Wyper Quiz challenge.

Published on 20 March 2019 | 8:50 am


UK's most accident-prone cars named - do you drive a crash magnet? - Kincardineshire Observer

UK's most accident-prone cars named - do you drive a crash magnet?  Kincardineshire Observer

The UK's most accident-prone cars have been named and it's bad news for Toyota Prius drivers, as well as owners of Vauxhalls, Seats and Mitsubishi.

Published on 19 March 2019 | 10:44 am


Motorist reports drink-driver after crash - forgetting he is also drunk - Kincardineshire Observer

Motorist reports drink-driver after crash - forgetting he is also drunk  Kincardineshire Observer

A driver who called police to report a drink-driver has also been charged with drink-driving after apparently forgetting he was over the limit. The hapless motorist ...

Published on 18 March 2019 | 2:06 pm


12 Slimming World Syn Free foods you can enjoy guilt-free - Kincardineshire Observer

12 Slimming World Syn Free foods you can enjoy guilt-free  Kincardineshire Observer

If you are looking to turn over a healthy new leaf this year, Slimming World is a popular choice to help cut down on the calories.

Published on 13 March 2019 | 5:00 pm


BBC Scotland set up to fail - HeraldScotland

BBC Scotland set up to fail  HeraldScotland

lNO ONE should be surprised at the low viewing figures for the new BBC Scotland channel ("Crowded market blamed for slow start to BBC's new…

Published on 8 March 2019 | 8:00 am


Stirling Simmentals to 14, 000gns - Farming Life

Stirling Simmentals to 14, 000gns  Farming Life

Simmental bulls reached a ceiling of 14000gns at the society's spring show and sale, hosted by United Auctions at Stirling Agricultural Centre.

Published on 6 March 2019 | 8:00 am


Increased Demand for Charolais at Aberdeen - Stackyard

Increased Demand for Charolais at Aberdeen  Stackyard

Bidding peaked at 9,500gns which was the highest price of the day across all breeds and 16 lots sold to an average of £4,463 with five more sold than last year ...

Published on 1 March 2019 | 8:00 am


Don't fall foul of new passport rules for travelling to EU - Kincardineshire Observer

Don't fall foul of new passport rules for travelling to EU  Kincardineshire Observer

I renewed my passport two years ago, will I have to apply for another replacement when we eventually leave the European Union.

Published on 13 February 2019 | 8:00 am


Plans lodged for wedding marquee at north-east mansion - Aberdeen Evening Express

Plans lodged for wedding marquee at north-east mansion  Aberdeen Evening Express

The Queen's cousin has lodged plans to erect a marquee all summer to host weddings next to a historic house. David Carnegie, the Duke of Fife, has submitted ...

Published on 4 February 2019 | 8:00 am


Obituary: Dr Adam Watson, polymath who held a wonder for the natural world - The Scotsman

Obituary: Dr Adam Watson, polymath who held a wonder for the natural world  The Scotsman

Dr Adam Watson, scientist, explorer, philosopher, place name expert, climber, author and naturalist. Born: 13 April, 1930, in Turriff, Aberdeenshire. Died: 23 ...

Published on 29 January 2019 | 8:00 am


‘Lassie’ will honour Burns and break mould of all-male Angus club - The Courier

‘Lassie’ will honour Burns and break mould of all-male Angus club  The Courier

Women have been excluded from the male-only Robert Burns club since it began life in 1888. © Getty. Robert Burns. However, Arbroath Burns Club has ...

Published on 24 January 2019 | 8:00 am


Stay in a renovated sawmill or a retro Airstream in the Scottish forest - Lonely Planet Travel News

Stay in a renovated sawmill or a retro Airstream in the Scottish forest  Lonely Planet Travel News

Glen Dye Cabins and Cottages has opened up in a historic woodland in Kincardineshire, Scotland on the north-eastern coast of the country.

Published on 21 January 2019 | 8:00 am


Full Scottish Honours list 2018 - HeraldScotland

Full Scottish Honours list 2018  HeraldScotland

KNIGHTS BACHELOR.

Published on 28 December 2018 | 8:00 am


OBITUARY: WW2 veteran, former MP and Angus community stalwart David Myles - The Courier

OBITUARY: WW2 veteran, former MP and Angus community stalwart David Myles  The Courier

Born in Glen Prosen, Mr Myles was educated at Cortachy, and completed his schooling at Brechin High School, but left to take a job at Brechin Auction Mart.

Published on 26 December 2018 | 8:00 am


North-east soldiers helped shape commemorative St Paul’s altar frontal - Press and Journal

North-east soldiers helped shape commemorative St Paul’s altar frontal  Press and Journal

But an intricate and beautiful altar frontal, which graced the centenary commemorations of the First World War at St Paul's Cathedral last month, was partially ...

Published on 18 December 2018 | 8:00 am


Obituary: Sister Helen Summersgill - Craven Herald

Obituary: Sister Helen Summersgill  Craven Herald

SISTER Helen Margaret Smart Leslie Summersgill has died, aged 81.

Published on 28 November 2018 | 8:00 am


Historian shines a spotlight on Scottish villages now lost to time - Motherwell Times

Historian shines a spotlight on Scottish villages now lost to time  Motherwell Times

A new history of 40 of Scotland's Lost Villages has just been written by historian Dane Love.

Published on 23 November 2018 | 8:00 am


Aberdeenshire sees first million-pound house sale in two years - Press and Journal

Aberdeenshire sees first million-pound house sale in two years  Press and Journal

A house in rural Aberdeenshire has become the first in two years to sell for £1 million – fuelling hopes demand is picking up. A new report by Savills admits that ...

Published on 22 November 2018 | 8:00 am


WindFloat Chosen for Kincardine Wind Farm - OE Digital

WindFloat Chosen for Kincardine Wind Farm  OE Digital

First power from the floating wind farm project offshore Kincardineshire, Scotland began flowing in September, clearing the way for the full 50 MW build-out of the ...

Published on 2 November 2018 | 7:00 am


Kincardine floating wind project sparks to life with fi - Recharge

Kincardine floating wind project sparks to life with fi  Recharge

Development of the UK's long-gestating Kincardine floating wind array has sparked to life following running-in of its 2MW scout turbine, clearing the way for the ...

Published on 30 October 2018 | 7:00 am


ScotRail slogan is a nonsense - HeraldScotland

ScotRail slogan is a nonsense  HeraldScotland

LARGE-LETTERED rebranding on some Abellio ScotRail 125 trains includes the self-congratulatory “We're building the best railway Scotland's…

Published on 25 October 2018 | 7:00 am


The eccentric Scots genius who worked out evolution before Darwin was born - The National

The eccentric Scots genius who worked out evolution before Darwin was born  The National

IT is not the least of the many mysteries surrounding James Burnett, Lord Monboddo, that we do not know the exact date of his birthday.

Published on 21 October 2018 | 7:00 am


Proud day for Mearns heritage enthusiast Dave with presentation of BEM - The Courier

Proud day for Mearns heritage enthusiast Dave with presentation of BEM  The Courier

The Kincardineshire recipient of a Queen's birthday gong has dedicated the honour to the many people whose support has helped enrich a range of projects ...

Published on 11 October 2018 | 7:00 am


Joy receives her BEM - Mearns Leader

Joy receives her BEM  Mearns Leader

A Stonehaven woman has been presented with the British Empire Medal (BEM) for services to older people in the town. Joy Adams has been volunteering at ...

Published on 9 October 2018 | 7:00 am


Volunteers that help run Stonehaven pool honoured by Queen - Press and Journal

Volunteers that help run Stonehaven pool honoured by Queen  Press and Journal

The volunteers behind one of the north-east's most popular tourist attractions have been given the royal seal of approval. The Friends of Stonehaven Open Air ...

Published on 20 August 2018 | 7:00 am


Lonely Planet heaps praise on Stonehaven fish and chips - Express.co.uk

Lonely Planet heaps praise on Stonehaven fish and chips  Express.co.uk

EATING fish and chips and drinking Irn-Bru on a Kincardineshire beach is one of world's top food experiences, according to a new guide by travel gurus Lonely ...

Published on 14 August 2018 | 7:00 am


Lottery winners revealed: How couple scooped £58m... with a torn ticket - HeraldScotland

Lottery winners revealed: How couple scooped £58m... with a torn ticket  HeraldScotland

The winners of a £57.9 million EuroMillions jackpot were initially told they did not have a winning ticket and it was ripped in half and put in the…

Published on 2 August 2018 | 7:00 am


A £58 million Lottery win ... for a retired Scots couple - HeraldScotland

A £58 million Lottery win ... for a retired Scots couple  HeraldScotland

A retired man and his wife from Kincardineshire have won £58 million on National Lottery.

Published on 1 August 2018 | 7:00 am


Three coincidences that link St Columba to a dove - Financial Times

Three coincidences that link St Columba to a dove  Financial Times

St Columba, whom Euan Nisbet thoughtfully terms “Scotland's founding migrant” ( Letters, June 9), certainly put Iona on the map. But the name Iona perpetuates ...

Published on 22 June 2018 | 7:00 am


Family pay tribute to ‘larger than life’ pilot killed in Western Isles helicopter crash - Press and Journal

Family pay tribute to ‘larger than life’ pilot killed in Western Isles helicopter crash  Press and Journal

A grieving family has described the loss of a “larger than life” father and pilot who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Western Isles. Peter Clunas, from ...

Published on 15 June 2018 | 7:00 am


Ex-Arsenal striker John Hartson left with 48 stitches in head after golf buggy smashes into tree at 25 mph - Irish Mirror

Ex-Arsenal striker John Hartson left with 48 stitches in head after golf buggy smashes into tree at 25 mph  Irish Mirror

Former Arsenal and Celtic striker needed 48 stitches after his golf buggy crashed into a tree - but still turned up for a sportsman's dinner with his head bandaged.

Published on 11 June 2018 | 7:00 am


Celtic ace John Hartson 'needed 48 stitches' after golf buggy accident - Evening Times

Celtic ace John Hartson 'needed 48 stitches' after golf buggy accident  Evening Times

FORMER Celtc ace John Hartson was "close to losing an eye" after a golf buggy crashed into a tree.

Published on 11 June 2018 | 7:00 am


Honours: Mearns Heritage founder Dave Ramsay is awarded BEM for service to Kincardineshire - Press and Journal

Honours: Mearns Heritage founder Dave Ramsay is awarded BEM for service to Kincardineshire  Press and Journal

Mearns Heritage *Service* founder Dave Ramsay has been awarded the British Empire Medal for services to heritage, special needs education and charity in ...

Published on 9 June 2018 | 7:00 am


In full: Scottish recipients of Queen’s Birthday Honours revealed - The Scotsman

In full: Scottish recipients of Queen’s Birthday Honours revealed  The Scotsman

SCOTS from fields including science, sport, education and business have been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List. Here is the full list of Scottish ...

Published on 8 June 2018 | 7:00 am


Artist invited back to north-east village which inspired some of his earlier works - Press and Journal

Artist invited back to north-east village which inspired some of his earlier works  Press and Journal

A renowned artist has returned to the north-east coastal village which inspired some of his early works. James Morrison, whose work is owned by the royal family ...

Published on 7 June 2018 | 7:00 am


Take wildlife role from SNH - HeraldScotland

Take wildlife role from SNH  HeraldScotland

IT seems the blood-sports organisation Scottish Moorland Group is at it again ("Feathers ruffled at plans to cull ravens", The Herald,…

Published on 24 April 2018 | 7:00 am


Scotland highlights assets to the world in £6m campaign - HeraldScotland

Scotland highlights assets to the world in £6m campaign  HeraldScotland

A £6 MILLION campaign has been launched to showcase Scotland's assets to a global audience and inspire people to be part of its future.

Published on 12 April 2018 | 7:00 am


Wettest March in the UK for a decade - AOL UK

Wettest March in the UK for a decade  AOL UK

Last month was the wettest March in the UK for a decade, according to official figures.The Met Office data showed average UK rainfall last month was 104.4mm, ...

Published on 5 April 2018 | 7:00 am


Tribute to local artist in Catterline - Mearns Leader

Tribute to local artist in Catterline  Mearns Leader

A plaque commemorating the work of Catterline artist Joan Eardley has been unveiled in the village.

Published on 2 February 2018 | 8:00 am


VIDEO: Plaque to commemorate artist Joan Eardley unveiled - Press and Journal

VIDEO: Plaque to commemorate artist Joan Eardley unveiled  Press and Journal

One of Scotland's greatest artists was yesterday commemorated with a plaque near her beloved coastal home. Joan Eardley, whose work has been showcased ...

Published on 27 January 2018 | 8:00 am


John D. Greenwood: How the Scots founded Singapore - The Scotsman

John D. Greenwood: How the Scots founded Singapore  The Scotsman

As any local or visitor to Singapore will tell you, you can't miss the tributes to Sir Stamford Raffles (1781-1826), the Englishman who was the “founder” of modern ...

Published on 7 December 2017 | 8:00 am


'He'll never be forgotten' Tributes paid to Piper Alpha disaster rescuer after tragic cancer death - Daily Record

'He'll never be forgotten' Tributes paid to Piper Alpha disaster rescuer after tragic cancer death  Daily Record

Iain Letham was one of three brave men who battled flames and blazing heat to head to North Sea rig where hundreds were trapped.

Published on 14 November 2017 | 8:00 am


Award for recruitment scheme - Kincardineshire Observer

Award for recruitment scheme  Kincardineshire Observer

An innovative Aberdeenshire Council scheme which encourages people to become teachers has received a major award at a recent ceremony.

Published on 17 October 2017 | 7:00 am


AgriScot names its top four dairy farms - The Scottish Farmer

AgriScot names its top four dairy farms  The Scottish Farmer

CREAM RISES to the top, so it should come as no surprise that the four finalists in this year's AgriScot Scottish Dairy Farm of the Year include…

Published on 22 September 2017 | 7:00 am


Lewis Grassic Gibbon: Uncovering the morning star - The National

Lewis Grassic Gibbon: Uncovering the morning star  The National

THE major achievement of Lewis Grassic Gibbon (James Leslie Mitchell, 1901-35) is the trilogy of novels Sunset Song (1932), Cloud Howe (1933) and…

Published on 21 September 2017 | 7:00 am


Plush farmhouse at the centre of one of Scotland's most notorious murders is up for rent - Daily Record

Plush farmhouse at the centre of one of Scotland's most notorious murders is up for rent  Daily Record

The five-bedroom farmhouse in the Mearns is on the market for £1700 a month but it has a grizzly history.

Published on 21 July 2017 | 7:00 am


Obituary: Rev Canon Lisa Eunson, American rector who made Scotland her home - The Scotsman

Obituary: Rev Canon Lisa Eunson, American rector who made Scotland her home  The Scotsman

Rev Canon Lisa Eunson, Episcopal rector. Born: 18 May 1954, in Tokyo, Japan. Died: 17 June 2017, in Banchory, Kincardineshire, aged 63. Rev Lisa Eunson ...

Published on 11 July 2017 | 7:00 am


Mearns Tourism website launched - Mearns Leader

Mearns Tourism website launched  Mearns Leader

A launch event was held last week for the Visit Mearns Project, which has been designed to raise the profile of the Mearns area as a tourism destination.

Published on 3 July 2017 | 7:00 am


The mystery of Scotland’s 5,000-year-old ‘stone balls’ - The Scotsman

The mystery of Scotland’s 5,000-year-old ‘stone balls’  The Scotsman

More than 400 of them have been found, mostly in Scotland at sites such as Skara Brae in Orkney and Fyvie in Aberdeenshire. But no one really knows what ...

Published on 19 June 2017 | 7:00 am


Mearns singers come out on top - Mearns Leader

Mearns singers come out on top  Mearns Leader

Earlier this month, (Sunday, May 21), the Mearns Singers sang their hearts out to win the annual Sing,Sing,Sing competition in aid of VSA at the Beach Ballroom ...

Published on 31 May 2017 | 7:00 am


Transport bosses grilled over AWPR 14-week road closure - Press and Journal

Transport bosses grilled over AWPR 14-week road closure  Press and Journal

North-east residents have grilled AWPR managers over “nightmare” traffic, slow road repairs and crash fears, in advance of the closure of a major road for 14 ...

Published on 17 May 2017 | 7:00 am


Hercules Linton remembered - Mearns Leader

Hercules Linton remembered  Mearns Leader

At an event in Inverbervie on Monday (May 15), a double acknowledgement took place in relation to Hercules Linton, the designer of the famous Cutty Sark.

Published on 16 May 2017 | 7:00 am


Scottish headteacher charged with sexual abuse of teenage boy - Daily Record

Scottish headteacher charged with sexual abuse of teenage boy  Daily Record

Neal McGowan, who taught at schools in Edinburgh, Falkirk and Kincardineshire, is accused of a string of sex offences.

Published on 27 April 2017 | 7:00 am


Ex-Edinburgh headteacher charged with child sex offences - The Scotsman

Ex-Edinburgh headteacher charged with child sex offences  The Scotsman

A FORMER headteacher of an Edinburgh high school has been charged with a string of child sex offences.

Published on 26 April 2017 | 7:00 am


Scotland approves floating wind farm plan - Power Engineering International

Scotland approves floating wind farm plan  Power Engineering International

Approval has been granted for a floating wind farm off the coast of Scotland.

Published on 13 March 2017 | 7:00 am


Government approval for Kincardine floating wind farm - Scottish Construction Now

Government approval for Kincardine floating wind farm  Scottish Construction Now

An application to develop a floating wind farm off the coast of Aberdeenshire has been approved by Scottish Government ministers. The green light has been ...

Published on 10 March 2017 | 8:00 am


Mearns attraction receives historic exhibit and plaque - Press and Journal

Mearns attraction receives historic exhibit and plaque  Press and Journal

An original ship's bolt from the Cutty Sark has been presented to the home village of the famous clipper's designer. Hercules Linton, who drew up the plans for ...

Published on 23 February 2017 | 8:00 am


North-east dairying couple win top silage award - Press and Journal

North-east dairying couple win top silage award  Press and Journal

The North of Scotland Grassland Society (Norgrass) has unveiled the names of the top silage makers in the north and north-east. The society's annual silage ...

Published on 8 February 2017 | 8:00 am


Could you be related to Robert Burns? - Scotsman

Could you be related to Robert Burns?  Scotsman

With anything between 12 and 18 children mothered by at least four women, there is no doubt that the family tree of poet Robert Burns runs deep and wide.

Published on 19 January 2017 | 8:00 am


New Year’s Honours for Gordon Ritchie - Mearns Leader

New Year’s Honours for Gordon Ritchie  Mearns Leader

Founder of the Stonehaven Heritage Society, Gordon Ritchie has been appointed as a Member of the Royal Victorian Order (MVO) by Her Majesty The Queen in ...

Published on 9 January 2017 | 8:00 am


New Conservative MSP Bill Bowman takes his oath of allegiance - BBC News

New Conservative MSP Bill Bowman takes his oath of allegiance  BBC News

The new list MSP for the North East region, Bill Bowman, takes his oath of allegiance at the Scottish Parliament.

Published on 21 December 2016 | 8:00 am


Replacement for late MSP Alex Johnstone announced as Bill Bowman - BBC News

Replacement for late MSP Alex Johnstone announced as Bill Bowman  BBC News

The replacement for the late Scottish Conservative MSP Alex Johnstone is announced as Bill Bowman.

Published on 13 December 2016 | 8:00 am


Scottish Conservative MSP Alex Johnstone dies aged 55 - BBC News

Scottish Conservative MSP Alex Johnstone dies aged 55  BBC News

Scottish Conservative MSP Alex Johnstone has died aged 55. Tributes have been paid to the North East MSP, who had served at the Scottish Parliament since ...

Published on 7 December 2016 | 8:00 am


Pupils’ song marks 100th anniversary of Bella kidnap - Press and Journal

Pupils’ song marks 100th anniversary of Bella kidnap  Press and Journal

Pupils from a north-east primary school have penned a song to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of a dramatic wartime kidnap. “The demise of the Bella” ...

Published on 2 December 2016 | 8:00 am


Former Ice House built into rock face on beautiful beach is now a luxury home - and it's for sale - Scottish Daily Record

Former Ice House built into rock face on beautiful beach is now a luxury home - and it's for sale  Scottish Daily Record

This former ice house was basically a fridge for local fishermen's catch, and has been converted into a luxury home.

Published on 4 October 2016 | 7:00 am


Victorian mansion, granny flat, former coach house and three acres of gardens: It could all be yours for £475k - Press and Journal

Victorian mansion, granny flat, former coach house and three acres of gardens: It could all be yours for £475k  Press and Journal

Frogfield, a prestigious Victorian mansion house noted in several architectural guides, is situated in the Kincardineshire town of Laurencekirk. The stone built ...

Published on 3 October 2016 | 7:00 am


Tributes paid to former Aberdeenshire councillor - Press and Journal

Tributes paid to former Aberdeenshire councillor  Press and Journal

A long-serving Aberdeenshire councillor, who worked tirelessly to help children and young people, has died. Jenny Watson, who passed away on September 7 ...

Published on 21 September 2016 | 7:00 am


AgriScot 'Dairy Farm of the Year' assessor names his top 20 - The Scottish Farmer

AgriScot 'Dairy Farm of the Year' assessor names his top 20  The Scottish Farmer

SCOTLAND'S top 20 dairy farms have been announced, with the traditional dairy heartland in the south-west once again dominating the list. But…

Published on 1 September 2016 | 7:00 am


New Laurencekirk church service - Mearns Leader

New Laurencekirk church service  Mearns Leader

A church that is 'bucking the trend' with a growing attendance is opening a new church in the Kincardineshire area next month.

Published on 19 August 2016 | 7:00 am


Sam Allardyce: Scots origins of next England manager’s name - Scotsman

Sam Allardyce: Scots origins of next England manager’s name  Scotsman

England's manager-in-waiting Sam Allardyce has a surname with its roots firmly north of the border.

Published on 21 July 2016 | 7:00 am


River Dee, North Sea and our favourite beaches turned brown by AWPR work - Press and Journal

River Dee, North Sea and our favourite beaches turned brown by AWPR work  Press and Journal

ONE of the Queen's representatives in the north-east has called for work on the Aberdeen bypass to be halted amid fears rivers, burns, beaches and wildlife are ...

Published on 27 June 2016 | 7:00 am


Old Mearns Academy site to be demolished - Mearns Leader

Old Mearns Academy site to be demolished  Mearns Leader

A former school in Kincardineshire is to be knocked down to make way for an open market after rejecting plans from a local group. The former Mearns Academy ...

Published on 10 June 2016 | 7:00 am


North-east students create website for Lord Lieutenant - Press and Journal

North-east students create website for Lord Lieutenant  Press and Journal

Students from a north-east university have put their IT skills to the test after being tasking with creating a website for the Lord Lieutenant of Kincardineshire.

Published on 3 May 2016 | 7:00 am


New Deputy Lieutenant - Kincardineshire Observer

New Deputy Lieutenant  Kincardineshire Observer

Mrs Carol Kinghorn, Lord Lieutenant for Kincardineshire has appointed Mr Henry Irvine-Fortescue of Kingcausie, Maryculter to be a Deputy Lieutenant for ...

Published on 9 April 2016 | 7:00 am


Wha Hae, it’s time to celebrate oor ain Rabbie Burns - Kincardineshire Observer

Wha Hae, it’s time to celebrate oor ain Rabbie Burns  Kincardineshire Observer

Next week many Scots across the country will tuck into a hearty meal of haggis, neeps and tatties.

Published on 22 January 2016 | 8:00 am


Scotland's most expensive homes: Take a look inside some of the country's most lavish houses - Scottish Daily Record

Scotland's most expensive homes: Take a look inside some of the country's most lavish houses  Scottish Daily Record

TWO B-listed properties are the focus of our attention this week as we look at mansions currently on the market in Kincardineshire and Ayrshire.

Published on 4 January 2016 | 8:00 am


What’s on Bervie - The latest on what’s happening in the Royal Burgh of Inverbervie - Kincardineshire Observer

What’s on Bervie - The latest on what’s happening in the Royal Burgh of Inverbervie  Kincardineshire Observer

*Service's* at Arbuuthnott, Bervie, Gourdon and Kinneff Church of Scotland Rev Dennis Rose. First Responders Chairperson Sandy Wilson. Sunday October 18 ...

Published on 17 October 2015 | 7:00 am


Grand Reopening and the latest from the Royal Burgh - Kincardineshire Observer

Grand Reopening and the latest from the Royal Burgh  Kincardineshire Observer

Services at Arbuuthnott, Bervie, Gourdon and Kinneff Church of Scotland Rev Dennis Rose. Meet the Committee member Mrs Margaret Gray. Sunday October 4 ...

Published on 4 October 2015 | 7:00 am


House of horror: Take a look inside scene one of Scotland's most notorious murders as it is put up for sale - Scottish Daily Record

House of horror: Take a look inside scene one of Scotland's most notorious murders as it is put up for sale  Scottish Daily Record

NEARLY five decades ago, the five-bedroom mansion near Fordoun was the home of wealthy Maxwell Garvie - who was murdered by his wife Sheila and her ...

Published on 23 June 2015 | 7:00 am


West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine - What are the candidates saying.. - Kincardineshire Observer

West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine - What are the candidates saying..  Kincardineshire Observer

This week we spoke to candidates for the West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine constituency. Here is what they had to say....

Published on 23 April 2015 | 7:00 am


Burns Poetry Competition winners - Kincardineshire Observer

Burns Poetry Competition winners  Kincardineshire Observer

Winners from the Burns Poetry Competition at Luthermuir Primary School. The winners were - back row, left to right- Jay Macpherson (P5), Kyle, Farquhar (P7), ...

Published on 11 February 2015 | 8:00 am


Baking boss named Deputy Lieutenant of Kincardineshire - Aberdeen Press and Journal

Baking boss named Deputy Lieutenant of Kincardineshire  Aberdeen Press and Journal

Being appointed Deputy Lieutenant for Kincardineshire is the icing on the cake for the chairman of a Stonehaven bakery supply firm. Alastair Macphie, who has ...

Published on 21 January 2015 | 8:00 am


Book brings history of Kincardineshire coastline to life - Aberdeen Press and Journal

Book brings history of Kincardineshire coastline to life  Aberdeen Press and Journal

A book treasured by seamen, divers, walkers and local heritage enthusiasts has been reprinted to raise money for the Mearns museum its author helped set up.

Published on 16 December 2014 | 8:00 am


Gymnasts excel themselves at competition in Perth - Kincardineshire Observer

Gymnasts excel themselves at competition in Perth  Kincardineshire Observer

Garioch Gymnastics Club, who train at the Garioch Community Centre, excelled themselves at the Scottish Beginners and Intermediate competition in Perth.

Published on 1 December 2014 | 8:00 am


There’s trouble at t’mill - Kincardineshire Observer

There’s trouble at t’mill  Kincardineshire Observer

In contrast to most coastal communities, Johnshaven was as much a manufacturing village as it was a fishing one. In 1793, for example, more weavers were ...

Published on 14 September 2014 | 7:00 am


Marykirk had world’s first wind turbine... - Kincardineshire Observer

Marykirk had world’s first wind turbine...  Kincardineshire Observer

The world's first wind turbine, which was erected in Marykirk, has been featured in a new book about Victorian inventions.

Published on 2 September 2014 | 7:00 am


New food bank point in Portlethen - Kincardineshire Observer

New food bank point in Portlethen  Kincardineshire Observer

The Jubilee Hall, on Cookston Road in Portlethen, has opened a Food Bank collection point for the local Trussell Trust Food Banks.

Published on 18 April 2014 | 7:00 am


Pupils learn life saving skills - Kincardineshire Observer

Pupils learn life saving skills  Kincardineshire Observer

Pupils at Laurencekirk Primary School have learned some lifesaving skills and received their certificates in First Aid.

Published on 19 March 2014 | 7:00 am


Foodbank to open for Kincardine and Mearns - Kincardineshire Observer

Foodbank to open for Kincardine and Mearns  Kincardineshire Observer

An Emergency Foodbank to cover the Kincardine and Mearns area is to open in Stonehaven with co-operation of local groups.

Published on 19 December 2013 | 8:00 am


Lifeboat for Stonehaven gets 'huge show of support' - BBC News

Lifeboat for Stonehaven gets 'huge show of support'  BBC News

A new inshore lifeboat station for Stonehaven receives a "huge show of support", the RNLI says.

Published on 5 April 2013 | 7:00 am


Craw’s Nest Project - Kincardineshire Observer

Craw’s Nest Project  Kincardineshire Observer

The Craw's Nest Project at Stonehaven Beachfront was officially opened on Saturday morning, when ex-councillor George Swapp OBE cut a ribbon. See picture ...

Published on 25 September 2012 | 7:00 am


Johnshaven “Chaplie” destroyed by devastating morning fire - Kincardineshire Today

Johnshaven “Chaplie” destroyed by devastating morning fire  Kincardineshire Today

One of Johnshaven's most historic and treasured buildings, St John's Chapel of Ease, was ravaged and completely gutted by a devastating fire which broke out ...

Published on 21 March 2011 | 7:00 am








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