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  1. Appeal for information after vehicle theftRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Ellon Times

    Police officers are investigating two thefts from rural properties including the theft of a dumper truck and trailer last night. A large dumper truck and trailer were stolen from a rural property in the Turriff area near to the Colp Road at around 1am this morning.

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  2. Buckie No.2 sees good opportunity to take rival downRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | The Northern Scot

    BUCKIE Thistle assistant boss Lewis MacKinnon wants Jags to keep beating their closest rivals in the Highland League title battle. It was Buckie's record in fixtures against teams from the chasing pack that helped them win the Highland League last season, though they did suffer a rare defeat at Dudgeon Park during the campaign.

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  3. Shootout win fires Lossie into semisRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2017 | The Northern Scot

    LOSSIEMOUTH will play North Caledonian League Golspie Sutherland for a place in this year's North of Scotland Cup final. The Coasters won a penalty shoot-out at home to Strathspey Thistle on Wednesday night after a tense 0-0 draw.

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  4. Young brothers' toy pirate ship travels hundreds of miles from Scotland to ScandinaviaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 4 | Sunday Herald

    Eight-year-old Ollie Ferguson and sibling Harry, five, first launched their Playmobil ship from Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, at the end of May. It sailed about 390 miles to Denmark, where it was found by a family who sent it on its way. Its next stop was Sweden, where it ended up in a tree and it then travelled on to Norway, where it was found by nature officials.

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  5. Peterhead brothers' toy pirate ship sails to ScandanaviaRead the original story

    Monday Sep 4 | Scotsman.com

    The toy pirate ship before eight-year-old Ollie Ferguson and sibling Harry, five set it on its way to Scandanavia. Picture: Family handout/PA Wire Eight-year-old Ollie Ferguson and sibling Harry, five, first launched their Playmobil ship from Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, at the end of May. It sailed about 390 miles to Denmark, where it was found by a family who sent it on its way.

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  6. A blooming good showRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 23 | Ellon Times

    They visited Collieston, Newburgh, Pitmedden, Oldmeldrum, Udny Green, Udny Station, Cultercullen, Foveran, Ythanbank, Methlick, Cuminestown, Turriff, Auchterless, Rothienorman, Fyvie, Woodhead of Fyvie, Tarves. The team were assessing not only the quality of displays, but also environmental standards , recycling and community involvement.

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  7. MSP backs town relief recommendation after previous callRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 22 | Buchan Observer

    The move comes after Aberdeenshire East MSP Gillian Martin called for more to be done to protect retailers in towns from the boom in online shopping. Ms Martin said at the time it was important retailers in towns like Inverurie, Ellon and Turriff were not "elbowed out of the market by online sales" before adding that "online behemoths" should not be given an edge in "avoiding paying their fair share of rates."

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  8. Trio of local winners at Turriff ShowRead the original story

    Aug 3, 2017 | Buchan Observer

    Turriff Show Monday supreme champion Limousin Bull Whisky Infinity with , owner Harry Emslie of Mintlaw, Lynwen Emslie, handler Scott Service and Gregor Service. She won champion riddden Highland pony with her gelding Lochewe Magnus and picked up reserve champion Highland pony with her two years-old filly Louise of Strathmore.

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  9. Devon man abandoned in cinema toilet as baby finally meets... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 23, 2017 | This Is South Devon

    A man who was abandoned in a cinema toilet as a baby has finally met the brothers he went 60 years without knowing he had. Rob Weston, 61, went six decades not knowing whether he had any siblings until he found out about Tommy Chalmers, 58, last year.

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  10. Man abandoned as baby in cinema toilets reunited with brothers he never knew he had after 60 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 21, 2017 | The Daily Record

    A man who was abandoned in a cinema toilet as a baby has finally met the brothers he went 60 years without knowing he had. Rob Weston, 61, went six decades not knowing whether he had any siblings until he found out about Tommy Chalmers, 58, last year.

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  11. Man abandoned as a baby in 1950s meets long-lost brothersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 21, 2017 | BBC News

    A man who was abandoned as a baby in a cinema toilet in the 1950s has met his long-lost brothers in Scotland. Robert Weston, from Plymouth, was found bundled in blankets in the ladies toilet of a cinema in Birmingham in March 1956.

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  12. Man abandoned in cinema toilets as a baby finally meets his familyRead the original story

    Jul 21, 2017 | Metro

    Rob Weston, right, pictured with Tommy Chalmers and Pat McBain, the half-siblings he never knew he had A man who was abandoned in a cinema toilet as a baby has finally met the brothers he went 60 years without knowing he had. Rob Weston, 61, went six decades not knowing whether he had any siblings until he found out about Tommy Chalmers, 58, last year.

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  13. Proposed mobile outreach Post Office servicesRead the original story

    Jun 23, 2017 | Ellon Times

    The Mobile Outreach Service, whereby a nearby Subpostmaster provides a service at set times each week, would be operated by the postmaster from Turriff Post Office. The mobile service for Fyvie will operate from Fyvie British Legion, School Hill, Main Street, Fyvie, AB53 8Q on Monday between 11:30am and 12:30pm and from Car park opposite Co-op Store, Main Street, Fyvie, AB53 8PB; Wednesday; 11:30am to 12:30pm and Friday 9am to 10am.

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  14. Aberdeenshire councillor suspended from certain committees over breachRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2017 | Newsday

    Sandy Duncan, who represents Turriff and District, contacted Aberdeenshire colleagues who were due to consider a planning application for a wind turbine from a firm he was partner in. The Standards Commission for Scotland found he had acted inappropriately by using council facilities having been expressly warned not to do so.

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  15. Public asked for views on mobile servicesRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2017 | Ellon Times

    Residents in Aberdeenshire are being asked to give their views on the proposed changes to opening times for mobile Post Office services. Now, further changes to the days and times of mobile services have been put forward for members of the public to give their views on.

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  16. High standard at Legion competitionRead the original story

    May 26, 2017 | Deeside Today

    It is the third time that Ravenswood has been the venue for the contest, which covers Aberdeen, Banff and Kincardine. Cadet winner - Cdt Sgt Ross Moir, Somme Company 2 Highlanders ACF Inverurie; second - Cdt Cpl David Jones 1295 Sqd Peterhead ATC; third - Cdt Kieran Johnston 1296 Sqd Turriff ATC.

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  17. ACE Winches' Mooring System on the Iron Lady BargeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2017 | Marine News

    ACE Winches has mobilized a six point mooring system to anchor the Iron Lady Barge being used on the Brent decommissioning project. The equipment, designed and manufactured by ACE Winches at its global headquarters in Turriff, Aberdeenshire is now in situ and being supported by a team of ACE Winches offshore personnel.

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  18. Hibernian 2-2 Dunfermline: Hibs blow two goal lead as Pars fightback to earn pointRead the original story

    Feb 25, 2017 | Scotsman.com

    Picture: SNS/Alan Rennie Hibs again passed up the chance to open up a nine point lead at the top of the Championship table as they threw away a two goal lead and were forced to settle for a third successive league draw. The Easter Road side looked as if they were about to capitalise on their title rivals Dundee United, Morton and Falkirk having all had to settle for a point earlier in the day when Martin Boyle and Jason Cummings penalty had them two ahead within 24 minutes.

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  19. Couple's re-run of wedding 50 years onRead the original story

    Jan 24, 2017 | Fraserburgh Herald

    Harold and Eileen Smith of Cornfield Road, Turriff, celebrated 50 years of marriage on December 31. Eileen was born and bred in Fraserburgh and the couple moved to Turriff when they got married in 1966. Harold had spent the past four months organising the special surprise for Eileen for the day.

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  20. Councillors welcome plans for more affordable housingRead the original story

    Jan 24, 2017 | Fraserburgh Herald

    SNP Councillors have welcomed plans for a further 95 affordable houses to be built during 2017/18 under the Council's new build programme. At a recent Social Work and Housing Committee, a report outlined Phase 6 of Aberdeenshire Council's new build housing programme, which includes plans for housing in Huntly, Peterhead, Turriff, Oldmeldrum, Fraserburgh and Portlethen.

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