Grampian County, Scotland Newswire

Grampian County, Scotland Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Grampian County, Scotland.

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  1. Crime scene photos of murder that shocked Aberdeen go publicRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Scotsman.com

    It's a photograph of an old tenement room like any other with its recessed bed, heavy furniture and clothes drying from a line stretched across the ceiling. The photograph was taken days after the room witnessed the murder of eight-year-old Helen Priestly who was killed by her downstairs neighbour Jeannie Donald in April 1934 after a stairwell feud spiralled out of control.

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  2. This is beer nirvana: Plans revealed for brewery hotelRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    BREWDOG has renewed its bid to build a craft beer hotel next to its Aberdeenshire base after its initial plans were snagged by a dispute over a land dispute. The Punk IPA brewer has revealed plans to build a 22-room hotel and a new brewhouse on a 3.25-acre site next to its existing brewery.

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  3. #TBT Dr. Jack Taylor on the boards of BraemarRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 23 | Pipes Drums

    This time we take you to the Braemar Royal Highland Gathering on September 3, 1984. It's the Open Piobaireachd competition where more than 40 competitors were playing for the solid gold medal that the event offers.

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  4. Official opening for new school gardenRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Inverurie Today

    Staff and pupils at St Andrew's School marked the official opening of their new garden space with special guests from Rotary. The president of Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland, Dennis Spiller, made the trip from Kent to Inverurie on Friday, February 16. Money for the new garden originally came from the Tesco Bags for Help scheme and work began with new slabbing placed by John Forbes of Keithhall Nurseries last summer.

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  5. Snakes, spiders and X-rays at the vet: nurse swaps Aussie Outback for NHSRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    A FARMER who dodged poisonous snakes and spiders as a "bush medic" in the Australian Outback is among hundreds of Scots returning to nursing after a career break. Pete Wilson, 27, graduated with a degree in nursing from Robert Gordon University in 2011, but said he did not feel ready - at just 20 - to commit to life on the frontline of the NHS .

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  6. Father's anger over needles in his gardenRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    A FATHER has been left "furious" after dozens of used syringes were dumped in his garden leaving his daughter unable to play outside. The 30-year-old has said that none of the youngsters, who are aged 11, 10 and six, are allowed outside of their home in Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, any longer.

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  7. BrewDog building beer hotel in Scotland instead of hereRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | WLVQ-FM Columbus

    It was supposed to have beer taps in every room and refrigerators stocked with beer in the bathrooms, among other amenities. BrewDog has announced plans to open the "world's first" craft beer hotel next year as part of an expansion at its headquarters in Ellon.

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  8. Dad's fury after dozens of dirty needles dumped in garden where kids playRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    A dad has been left "furious" after dozens of used syringes were dumped in his garden leaving the youngsters in his house unable to play outside. Jamie Findlay was concerned about the safety of the children after spotting the pile of abandoned hypodermic needles in his back garden.

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  9. Rural commuters urged to attend Bus ForumRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Inverurie Today

    A Mid Formartine councillor is calling for as many bus users as possible to attend the Formartine Area Bus Forum next week at Meldrum Academy. The Forum allows users of busses in the Formartine area to question and lobby members of Aberdeenshire Council's Transportation Department, and officials from Stagecoach - and hear the views of fellow commuters.

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  10. Full fibre gigabit-speed broadband to come to AberdeenRead the original story

    Yesterday | Scotsman.com

    Aberdeen is to become the first Scottish city where nearly every home and business can access gigabit-speed broadband, service providers have announced. CityFibre will invest at least A 40 million in the city-wide roll-out of full fibre broadband as part of the Fibre-to-the-Premises programme in partnership with Vodafone.

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  11. MP visits Community KitchenRead the original story

    Yesterday | Inverurie Today

    The group was set up by the Inverurie Health Improvement Group who developed and commissioned a purpose-built community kitchen facility in the town's Wyness Hall. "The committee members have a wealth of experience in the catering and hospitality industry as well as nutrition and teaching qualifications.

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  12. BrewDog to open UK's first craft beer hotel at its Scottish headquartersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Drinks Business

    Scottish brewer BrewDog has announced that it will be expanding its brewery and building a craft beer hotel with beer taps in each room at its headquarters in Aberdeenshire. The beer brand has said that the 26-room beer hotel, called The DogHouse', will open in the first half of 2019.

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  13. CityFibre launches consumer broadband partnership in AberdeenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Computer Weekly

    CityFibre and Vodafone have announced they are going to launch consumer fibre-to-the-premises broadband services over CityFibre's existing fibre backbone in Aberdeen. Computer Weekly catches up with Vodafone's UK chief technology officer for an in-depth look at how one of the world's largest mobile telecommunications service providers is evolving its business to cope with the ever growing challenges in telecoms.

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  14. Dril-Quip (DRQ) Scheduled to Post Quarterly Earnings on WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Dril-Quip will be issuing its quarterly earnings data before the market opens on Wednesday, February 28th. Analysts expect the company to announce earnings of $0.02 per share for the quarter.

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  15. Aberdeenshire pubs may get extra opening hours to mark royal weddingRead the original story

    Tuesday | Scotsman.com

    Bars in Aberdeenshire may stay open longer on the day of the royal wedding if an application to extend licensing hours is granted by the local licencing board. With Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set to marry on May 19, Aberdeenshire Licensing Board members are being asked to run the rule over a proposal that could see pubs and clubs in the north east being given the same opportunity already handed out by Aberdeen City Council to open for an extra hour to celebrate the royal nuptials.

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  16. World's first 'beer hotel' to open in EllonRead the original story

    Tuesday | Ellon Times

    The new hotel and brewery expansion will be located in the current Power Jacks building located next door to BrewDog's headquarters in Balmacassie Industrial Estate. The 26-room DogHouse will feature beer taps in the rooms, a built-in shower beer fridge, and rooms will overlook the brewery itself.

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  17. BrewDog unveils craft beer hotel plan in EllonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | BBC News

    Scottish brewer BrewDog has announced plans for a craft beer hotel as part of expansion plans for its Aberdeenshire headquarters.

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  18. BrewDog to open 'world first' beer hotel in ScotlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Salisbury Journal

    Plans had been put forward to open the DogHouse in America, but new land bought by the company has led the first to be opened in Scotland. BrewDog co-founder James Watt said: "The DogHouse is our gift to passionate craft beer fans making the pilgrimage to our brewery in Aberdeenshire.

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  19. Official ceremony for sports village projectRead the original story

    Tuesday | Deeside Today

    Aberdeenshire Provost Councillor Bill Howatson stuck the ceremonial spade into the ground signifying the start of the construction of the long-awaited project at a special event last Friday. The Provost said: "It is absolutely fantastic that building has now begun on this much-wanted, state-of- the-art sports village in Banchory.

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  20. First ever 'beer hotel' to open in UK in 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | This Is Leicestershire

    Forget booking a dodgy booze cruise to Europe to stock up on cheap plonk - instead why not toast the very finest craft brews at the world's first ever 'beer hotel'. The beer-based boardings are set to open in Scotland next year, just a short hop away for fans of the work of BrewDog, which has a pub in Leicester's Friar Lane.

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