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Ollie hopes to slither way to loving new home

27 March 2021
Ollie hopes to slither way to loving new home

Ollie hopes to slither way to loving new home

27 March 2021

THERE'S a beautiful stripy corn snake just ready to slither his way into his new home in our latest Pet of the Week feature.


Runrig's farewell concert set to air on BBC Alba

26 March 2021
Runrig's farewell concert set to air on BBC Alba

Runrig's farewell concert set to air on BBC Alba

26 March 2021

RUNRIG fans will be able to enjoy the band's farewell concert at Stirling Castle when it airs on BBC Alba next weekend.


Halcro Johnston welcomes new dog attack legislation

26 March 2021
Halcro Johnston welcomes new dog attack legislation

Halcro Johnston welcomes new dog attack legislation

26 March 2021

NEW legislation that will provide greater protection to farm animals at risk from attacks from dogs has been welcomed.


Get repeat prescriptions in time for Easter, urge NHS

25 March 2021
Get repeat prescriptions in time for Easter, urge NHS

Get repeat prescriptions in time for Easter, urge NHS

25 March 2021

ORDER your repeat prescriptions in time for Easter, the NHS is urging those who take regular medication.


Four per cent pay rise for NHS Scotland hailed

25 March 2021
Four per cent pay rise for NHS Scotland hailed

Four per cent pay rise for NHS Scotland hailed

25 March 2021

PLANS to deliver a four per cent pay rise for NHS workers in Scotland has been welcomed.


Organ donation law set to change as people urged to share their donation decision

25 March 2021
Organ donation law set to change as people urged to share their donation decision

Organ donation law set to change as people urged to share their donation decision

25 March 2021

WITH changes to the organ donation law due to come into force this Friday NHS Grampian has urged people to make time to share their donation decision.


Mentoring programme for young unemployed due to restart

24 March 2021
Mentoring programme for young unemployed due to restart

Mentoring programme for young unemployed due to restart

24 March 2021

A PROGRAMME to support young people who need a bit of help getting into the job market is due to restart in April.


Moray Universal Credit claimants figures on the rise

24 March 2021
Moray Universal Credit claimants figures on the rise

Moray Universal Credit claimants figures on the rise

24 March 2021

THE number of people claiming Universal Credit (UC) has risen again with over 6700 in the region now on the benefit.


Ross issues maternity unit pledge challenge

22 March 2021
Ross issues maternity unit pledge challenge

Ross issues maternity unit pledge challenge

22 March 2021

MORAY MSP Richard Lochhead has been challenged to match a Tory election pledge to restore a consultant-led maternity service at Dr Gray’s Hospital.


Campaign urges groups to keep their communities buzzing

21 March 2021
Campaign urges groups to keep their communities buzzing

Campaign urges groups to keep their communities buzzing

21 March 2021

COMMUNITY groups across the north-east are being invited to help keep their local neighbourhoods beautiful.


Help ease separation anxiety for pets as lockdown end in sight

20 March 2021
Help ease separation anxiety for pets as lockdown end in sight

Help ease separation anxiety for pets as lockdown end in sight

20 March 2021

HELP prepare your pets for lockdown easing with these few simple tips.


Rudolph wants to strut his stuff at forever home!

20 March 2021
Rudolph wants to strut his stuff at forever home!

Rudolph wants to strut his stuff at forever home!

20 March 2021

CAN you help a handsome young cockerel find a new home in our latest Pet of the Week?


Fund seeks to provide cash aid to crime victims

19 March 2021
Fund seeks to provide cash aid to crime victims

Fund seeks to provide cash aid to crime victims

19 March 2021

VICTIMS of crime across the north-east who find themselves facing hardship are being urged to seek up to £3000 in support.


Jobs must be post-Covid priority, demands MSP

17 March 2021
Jobs must be post-Covid priority, demands MSP

Jobs must be post-Covid priority, demands MSP

17 March 2021

HELPING people back into work after the Covid pandemic must be a priority for the next Scottish Government, says Jamie Halcro Johnston MSP.


Mermaid Kate's making a splash in new series

16 March 2021
Mermaid Kate's making a splash in new series

Mermaid Kate's making a splash in new series

16 March 2021

A 'REAL life' mermaid is set to make a splash thanks to a new TV series.


More tickets served up for tennis extravaganza as demand surges

15 March 2021
More tickets served up for tennis extravaganza as demand surges

More tickets served up for tennis extravaganza as demand surges

15 March 2021

DEMAND has forced the organisers of a tennis showcase in Aberdeen to up the number of tickets available.


Work coaches boost for north-east jobless

15 March 2021
Work coaches boost for north-east jobless

Work coaches boost for north-east jobless

15 March 2021

THE jobs front line in the north and north-east has been boosted by almost 150 new work coaches at the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP).


Naughty pets can cost owners a packet

14 March 2021
Naughty pets can cost owners a packet

Naughty pets can cost owners a packet

14 March 2021

PET owners tired of their pups and kitties tearing up soft furnishings and making messes are being offered tips to prevent damage to their home.


Survey reveals uncertainty on where to get free debt help

14 March 2021
Survey reveals uncertainty on where to get free debt help

Survey reveals uncertainty on where to get free debt help

14 March 2021

A NEW poll revealed that almost half (45 per cent) of Scots are unsure of where to access free help with their debt.


Long-stay python is looking to move out

13 March 2021
Long-stay python is looking to move out

Long-stay python is looking to move out

13 March 2021

THERE'S a young python who desperately needs your help to find his forever home.


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