Monday Jul 28
No Thanks to vandalism: Deeside posters targeted
A number of signs erected by Better Together campaigners have been targeted by vandals after they were put up across Deeside at the weekend.
First couple walks down the aisle at Deeside church
A landmark ceremony took place in Deeside last month as the first couple was married in the recently reopened Lumphanan Church.
Tory leader Ruth Davidson in Deeside
Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party, Ruth Davidson MSP, visited Deeside last week, urging people vote 'No Thanks' in the referendum.
Take a Heather Hopper trip...
Following this week's announcement by Stagecoach of the return of the Monarch of the Glen bus route, the 501 is also up and running.
Crathes celebrates 15 years a volunteer at garden party
Staff, friends and family gathered in the gardens of Crathes Castle last week to recognise one volunteer's long-standing dedication to the property.
Success for Conference
Over 400 delegates from across Europe attended the 2014 North Sea Conference, hosted by Aberdeenshire Council with support from Aberdeen City Council, last week.
Foodbank use is continuing to rise...
The schools have broken up for the summer holidays, and unfortunately so far we have had some very mixed weather.
Banchory shop sees MSP support at foodbank day
Volunteers were at hand in the supermarket on Thursday July 3 to help shoppers by providing information and explaining immediate needs.
Fund set up for local man injured in tyre explosion
A donation fund has been set up to support a Banchory man who was seriously injured in a horrific accident in April this year.
Crathes 'Crufts': Deesiders gather for Milton dog show
Deeside dog lovers gathered to strut their mutts at Crathes' answer to Crufts, the annual Crathes Dog Show on Saturday June 28. Despite a last minute plea for volunteers shortly before the event, the Crathes Crufts show was a success for the second year running, with a fantastic turnout braving the varied June weather.