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Why weddings have capped numbers but beer gardens do not | Press and Journal

Why weddings have capped numbers but beer gardens do not | Press and Journal

The first minister says the propensity for hugging explains why weddings and funerals will continue to face tighter restrictions than beer gardens. Read full article: Why weddings have capped numbers but bee...→

Largest coastal community handout yet ploughs more than £6m into economic recovery | Press and Journal

Largest coastal community handout yet ploughs more than £6m into economic recovery | Press and Journal

Coastal communities across the north of Scotland will share more than £6 million handed out from the country's marine assets pot. Read full article: Largest coastal community handout yet pl...→

Athletics: Highland discus thrower Kirsty Law set for return to action as Tokyo Olympics build-up restarts | Press and Journal

Athletics: Highland discus thrower Kirsty Law set for return to action as Tokyo Olympics build-up restarts | Press and Journal

Great Britain international discus thrower Kirsty Law is delighted to be getting back into action this weekend – and will have another two competitions over th [...] Read full article: Athletics: Highland discus thrower Kirst...→

Hearts and Partick Thistle release statement claiming their fight is with SPFL, not Dundee United, Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers | Press and Journal

Hearts and Partick Thistle release statement claiming their fight is with SPFL, not Dundee United, Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers | Press and Journal

Hearts and Partick Thistle have released a joint statement claiming their battle against relegation is with the SPFL and they did not intend to come into "dire [...] Read full article: Hearts and Partick Thistle release state...→

Council staff remove 'thousands of weeds' to prepare Aberdeen city centre for the returning masses | Press and Journal

Council staff remove 'thousands of weeds' to prepare Aberdeen city centre for the returning masses | Press and Journal

Footfall in Aberdeen city centre has increased by nearly 24% in the last week, as more businesses 'unlock' with increased safety measures. Read full article: Council staff remove 'thousands of weeds...→

This is not acceptable: Outrage as vandals attack Easter Ross school | Press and Journal

This is not acceptable: Outrage as vandals attack Easter Ross school | Press and Journal

Community outrage has greeted news that vandals attacked an Easter Ross school, inflicting around £4,000 of damage. Read full article: This is not acceptable: Outrage as vanda...→

Staggies have duty to entertain behind closed doors, says Kettlewell | Press and Journal

Staggies have duty to entertain behind closed doors, says Kettlewell | Press and Journal

Ross County will play their opening Premiership fixtures behind closed doors but manager Stuart Kettlewell says the pressure is still on the Staggies to entert [...] Read full article: Staggies have duty to entertain behind c...→

Celebrities and royalty to wish Aberdeen University graduates well in video after ceremony cancelled | Press and Journal

Celebrities and royalty to wish Aberdeen University graduates well in video after ceremony cancelled | Press and Journal

Hundreds of Aberdeen University students were left crestfallen when today's summer graduation ceremony was cancelled due to coronavirus fears. Read full article: Celebrities and royalty to wish Aberdeen...→

Gemma Dryburgh makes it two wins in a row on Rose Ladies Series | Press and Journal

Gemma Dryburgh makes it two wins in a row on Rose Ladies Series | Press and Journal

Aberdeen’s Gemma Dryburgh made it back-to-back wins on the Rose Ladies Series by claiming victory in the first ever women’s professional golf tournament held a [...] Read full article: Gemma Dryburgh makes it two wins in a ro...→

Tributes to comedian Johnny Beattie following death aged 93 | Press and Journal

Scottish comedy legend Johnny Beattie has been hailed as a "national treasure" following his death at the age of 93. Read full article: Tributes to comedian Johnny Beattie foll...→

Nicola Sturgeon unveils 'most significant milestone yet' in Scotland's journey out of lockdown | Press and Journal

Nicola Sturgeon unveils 'most significant milestone yet' in Scotland's journey out of lockdown | Press and Journal

Scots will be allowed to visit multiple households and stay overnight for the first time since March after Nicola Sturgeon unveiled the "most significant miles [...] Read full article: Nicola Sturgeon unveils 'most significan...→

Free tuition will end for EU students next year - but places for Scots could rise | Press and Journal

Free tuition will end for EU students next year - but places for Scots could rise | Press and Journal

Free university tuition for EU students will end next year in a move that could increase the number of places for people from Scotland. Read full article: Free tuition will end for EU students ne...→

Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon defends Scottish Government's handling of PPE supplies | Press and Journal

Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon defends Scottish Government's handling of PPE supplies | Press and Journal

Nicola Sturgeon has defended the Scottish Government’s handling of PPE supplies during the coronavirus pandemic after it was accused of ignoring repeated NHS w [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon defends Sco...→

Aberdeen's John Lewis spared as retailer announces eight stores won't reopen | Press and Journal

Aberdeen's John Lewis spared as retailer announces eight stores won't reopen | Press and Journal

The John Lewis in Aberdeen will reopen later this month, as the retailer announces eight stores will remain closed permanently. Read full article: Aberdeen's John Lewis spared as retailer...→

Word-beating pioneer in children's drama was the 'speech wifie' to generations of Aberdeen kids | Press and Journal

Word-beating pioneer in children's drama was the 'speech wifie' to generations of Aberdeen kids | Press and Journal

She was a world pioneer in children’s theatre, awarded an OBE for blazing a trail in speech therapy and gave one of Scotland’s famed actors his first break – b [...] Read full article: Word-beating pioneer in children's drama...→

Aberdeenshire’s early learning and childcare funding arrangements announced | Press and Journal

Aberdeenshire’s early learning and childcare funding arrangements announced | Press and Journal

Aberdeenshire Council has announced the arrangements for early learning and childcare for the start of the new August term. Read full article: Aberdeenshire’s early learning and child...→

Kettlewell eager for green light for Staggies to play friendly matches | Press and Journal

Kettlewell eager for green light for Staggies to play friendly matches | Press and Journal

Ross County manager Stuart Kettlewell is concerned any further delay to play friendly matches could harm the Staggies’ preparation for the Premiership season. Read full article: Kettlewell eager for green light for Sta...→

Pipe band's debut book of tunes has healthcare heroes in mind | Press and Journal

Pipe band's debut book of tunes has healthcare heroes in mind | Press and Journal

Turriff and District Pipe Band is raising money for NHS Grampian  during the coronavirus pandemic with its first published collection of pipe tunes. Read full article: Pipe band's debut book of tunes has heal...→

Drivers ready to hit the tarmac as racing returns to Boyndie | Press and Journal

Drivers ready to hit the tarmac as racing returns to Boyndie | Press and Journal

Racing action returns to Banff this weekend for the first time since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were imposed more than three months ago. Read full article: Drivers ready to hit the tarmac as racin...→

Full length of Union Street to be closed today for swapping of hundreds of cones | Press and Journal

The entire length of Aberdeen's granite mile is to be closed today as the council "reinforces" physical distancing measures. Read full article: Full length of Union Street to be closed...→

One year on, Solo Nqweni recovers from Covid-19 and thanks ARI for 'saving his life' | Press and Journal

One year on, Solo Nqweni recovers from Covid-19 and thanks ARI for 'saving his life' | Press and Journal

It is a year since Scottish cricket was shocked by the news that Aberdeenshire’s professional was fighting for his life after being diagnosed with Guillain-Bar [...] Read full article: One year on, Solo Nqweni recovers from C...→

'Take litter home' to avoid 'shameful' scenes, say groups keen to avoid fouling of Scotland's beauty spots | Press and Journal

'Take litter home' to avoid 'shameful' scenes, say groups keen to avoid fouling of Scotland's beauty spots | Press and Journal

A multi-agency plea has been made for people to be more considerate and take home litter from beauty spots to avoid a repeat of recent “shameful” scenes. Read full article: 'Take litter home' to avoid 'shameful' s...→

Scottish hospitality and tourism industry reacts to VAT slash from 20% to 5% | Press and Journal

Scottish hospitality and tourism industry reacts to VAT slash from 20% to 5% | Press and Journal

Restaurants, hotels and visitor attractions have welcomed plans to slash VAT to just 5% for the next six months – but warned it may not be enough to save the t [...] Read full article: Scottish hospitality and tourism industr...→

Analysis: Is there such a thing as a free lunch? In Rishi's Britain there is | Press and Journal

Analysis: Is there such a thing as a free lunch? In Rishi's Britain there is | Press and Journal

In life, we're so often told, there's no such thing as a free lunch - not so in Rishi Sunak's Britain. For this Chancellor has decided the best way to thaw the [...] Read full article: Analysis: Is there such a thing as a fre...→

Rishi Sunak's £30bn mini-budget includes VAT cut, half-price meal scheme and furlough bonus | Press and Journal

Rishi Sunak's £30bn mini-budget includes VAT cut, half-price meal scheme and furlough bonus | Press and Journal

Rishi Sunak has unveiled an "eat out to help out" discount initiative, a furlough bonus scheme and has pledged to slash VAT as part of a £30 billion plan to pr [...] Read full article: Rishi Sunak's £30bn mini-budget includes...→

Nicola Sturgeon offers as much help as 'feasible' to Macdonald Hotels Aviemore resort | Press and Journal

Nicola Sturgeon offers as much help as 'feasible' to Macdonald Hotels Aviemore resort | Press and Journal

Nicola Sturgeon said she hoped the reopening of the tourist season next week would help Macdonald Hotels as it faces the threat of 106 job losses at its Aviemo [...] Read full article: Nicola Sturgeon offers as much help as '...→

Steven Mackay focused on leading Brora Rangers to Highland League title after SPFL reconstruction blow | Press and Journal

Steven Mackay focused on leading Brora Rangers to Highland League title after SPFL reconstruction blow | Press and Journal

Brora Rangers player-manager Steven Mackay is focused on the challenge of retaining the Highland League title following the collapse of league reconstruction t [...] Read full article: Steven Mackay focused on leading Brora R...→

Final vessel in £150m investment at Sentinel Marine sets sail from China | Press and Journal

Final vessel in £150m investment at Sentinel Marine sets sail from China | Press and Journal

The final vessel in a £150 million investment in new offshore support ships by Aberdeen firm Sentinel Marine has set sail from the Far East. Read full article: Final vessel in £150m investment at Sent...→

Ex-Aberdeen and Ross County goalkeeper Derek Soutar urges clubs not to scrap youth set-ups | Press and Journal

Ex-Aberdeen and Ross County goalkeeper Derek Soutar urges clubs not to scrap youth set-ups | Press and Journal

Former Aberdeen and Ross County goalkeeper Derek Soutar has warned clubs against scaling back or scrapping their youth academies as they look to make savings. Read full article: Ex-Aberdeen and Ross County goalkeeper D...→

Jobs lost as north-east hotel closes ahead of redevelopment into bar | Press and Journal

Jobs lost as north-east hotel closes ahead of redevelopment into bar | Press and Journal

More than a dozen hotel staff are facing an uncertain future following the shock closure of a north-east restaurant and hotel. Read full article: Jobs lost as north-east hotel closes ahe...→

Lifejacket warning after death of Highland fisherman | Press and Journal

Investigators have concluded that a Highland fisherman who died after his boat capsized may still be alive if he was wearing a lifejacket at the time. Read full article: Lifejacket warning after death of Highla...→

Arts group in Moray extends trial of shop to support high street's recovery | Press and Journal

Arts group in Moray extends trial of shop to support high street's recovery | Press and Journal

A fruit, vegetable and bread trader opened in a Moray town centre to start conversations about the future of shopping in the area will remain open for the rest [...] Read full article: Arts group in Moray extends trial of sho...→

Maritime group calls for Minister for Coastal Powerhouse | Press and Journal

The government is being urged to establish a minister for the coastal powerhouse to help communities recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. Read full article: Maritime group calls for Minister for Co...→

North-east cadets to get new hut after council gives replacement plans the go-ahead | Press and Journal

Young cadets in a north-east town will be able to enjoy a new hut after the council approved plans for a new building. Read full article: North-east cadets to get new hut after c...→

Turriff residents to benefit from donations of face masks | Press and Journal

Turriff residents to benefit from donations of face masks | Press and Journal

Turriff residents who don't yet have a face covering ahead of their use being made compulsory on Friday are being urged to claim one of hundreds being donated [...] Read full article: Turriff residents to benefit from donati...→

New signs to warn motorists of approaching hazards at bridge on west coast route | Press and Journal

New signs to warn motorists of approaching hazards at bridge on west coast route | Press and Journal

Work to improve safety at a bridge on the A85 Oban to Loch Etive road is under way, with motorists being advised to expect delays for the next three weeks. Read full article: New signs to warn motorists of approachi...→

Family of murdered taxi driver George Murdoch publishes book about unsolved case | Press and Journal

Family of murdered taxi driver George Murdoch publishes book about unsolved case | Press and Journal

The family of an Aberdeen taxi driver murdered nearly 40 years ago hope their new book could finally help bring the killer to justice. Read full article: Family of murdered taxi driver George Mu...→

Aberdeen family in Australia's warning as Melbourne returns to lockdown - just weeks after pubs open | Press and Journal

Aberdeen family in Australia's warning as Melbourne returns to lockdown - just weeks after pubs open | Press and Journal

A family from Aberdeen now living in Australia has warned against becoming complacent as Melbourne returns to strict lockdown measures following a new coronavi [...] Read full article: Aberdeen family in Australia's warning a...→

FTSE 100 falters amid subdued sentiment in London | Press and Journal

FTSE 100 falters amid subdued sentiment in London | Press and Journal

The FTSE 100 Index failed to hold on to Monday’s gains today, despite a rally for stocks on Wall Street overnight.... Mixed trading in Asia weakened sentiment [...] Read full article: FTSE 100 falters amid subdued sentiment ...→

World Chocolate Day: A chocoholic's guide to our beloved 'food of the Gods', how it's made and some recipes | Press and Journal

World Chocolate Day: A chocoholic's guide to our beloved 'food of the Gods', how it's made and some recipes | Press and Journal

The chocoholic's favourite day of the year is here and we have plenty to celebrate! So, grab your favourite choccie and delve into our handy guide. Read full article: World Chocolate Day: A chocoholic's guid...→

North and north-east shoppers overwhelmingly embrace wearing masks for shopping trips | Press and Journal

North and north-east shoppers overwhelmingly embrace wearing masks for shopping trips | Press and Journal

Shoppers across the north and north-east "did the right thing" as the vast majority heeded guidelines to put on a protective mask before entering stores. Read full article: North and north-east shoppers overwhelmi...→

Nicola Sturgeon warns face masks to be worn for foreseeable future as increase in Covid-19 cases recorded | Press and Journal

Nicola Sturgeon warns face masks to be worn for "foreseeable future" as increase in Covid-19 cases recorded | Press and Journal

Nicola Sturgeon warned face masks will have to be worn for the “foreseeable future” as Scotland recorded the highest number of new coronavirus cases for three [...] Read full article: Nicola Sturgeon warns face masks to be w...→

Plan to transform energy networks in UK revealed | Press and Journal

Energy watchdog Ofgem has unveiled plans for a five-year industry investment worth around £25 billion to transform UK energy networks. Read full article: Plan to transform energy networks in UK ...→

Popular north-east festival to return 'bigger and better' next year | Press and Journal

Popular north-east festival to return 'bigger and better' next year | Press and Journal

Organisers of a tiny Aberdeenshire fishing village's hugely popular north-east music event have confirmed they will be back next year "bigger than ever". Read full article: Popular north-east festival to return 'b...→

Lochaber communities write to Highland Council's Independent group in defence of expelled councillor | Press and Journal

Lochaber communities write to Highland Council's Independent group in defence of expelled councillor | Press and Journal

Two Lochaber community councils have written to Highland Council leader Margaret Davidson to protest the recent suspension of their elected member from the its [...] Read full article: Lochaber communities write to Highland C...→

Suicide crisis prompts Caithness residents to form online support group | Press and Journal

Suicide crisis prompts Caithness residents to form online support group | Press and Journal

A recent spate of suicides and attempts in Caithness has prompted a group of residents to form what they hope will be a lifesaving online support group. Read full article: Suicide crisis prompts Caithness residen...→

North department stores announce imminent reopening amid threat of more than 5,000 high street job cuts | Press and Journal

North department stores announce imminent reopening amid threat of more than 5,000 high street job cuts | Press and Journal

Retail giants announced thousands of job cuts across the UK yesterday – but north high streets appear to have escaped the turmoil for now. Read full article: North department stores announce imminen...→

Moray Council leader asks for a review of the decision to reintroduce parking charges | Press and Journal

Moray Council leader asks for a review of the decision to reintroduce parking charges | Press and Journal

Moray Council leader Graham Leadbitter has asked for a review of the decision to reintroduce parking charges after the announcement of further national funding [...] Read full article: Moray Council leader asks for a review o...→

Man describes shock at finding Covid-19 samples in middle of road in Highlands | Press and Journal

Man describes shock at finding Covid-19 samples in middle of road in Highlands | Press and Journal

A NHS Highland spokeswoman said: “The investigation is still ongoing and we are able to confirm that the samples were being transported by an NHS Highland moto [...] Read full article: Man describes shock at finding Covid-19 ...→

FTSE 100 dragged lower by Rolls-Royce, National Grid and BP | Press and Journal

FTSE 100 dragged lower by Rolls-Royce, National Grid and BP | Press and Journal

London’s blue-chip FTSE 100 Index fell 106.54 points, or 1.73%, to 6,049.62 as Covid-19 continued to weigh heavily on the world’s leading financial markets tod [...] Read full article: FTSE 100 dragged lower by Rolls-Royce, N...→

Kate Forbes announces tax break for home-buyers but falls short of Chancellor's Stamp Duty holiday | Press and Journal

Kate Forbes announces tax break for home-buyers but falls short of Chancellor's Stamp Duty holiday | Press and Journal

House-buyers in Scotland are to get a tax break as part of Finance Secretary Kate Forbes’s attempts to stimulate the economy as it reels from the coronavirus p [...] Read full article: Kate Forbes announces tax break for home...→

Fishing vessel detained at Scrabster amid claims crew was not fully paid during crisis | Press and Journal

Fishing vessel detained at Scrabster amid claims crew was not fully paid during crisis | Press and Journal

A fishing vessel has been detained in Scrabster amid a crackdown on operators accused of cutting payments to crew during the pandemic. Read full article: Fishing vessel detained at Scrabster ami...→

Fishing vessel detained in Scrabster following investigation | Press and Journal

A UK fishing boat has been detained in Scrabster following allegations including non-payment of wages. Read full article: Fishing vessel detained in Scrabster fol...→

Watch Stornoway bakery receive surprise news of Customer Choice award win | Press and Journal

Watch Stornoway bakery receive surprise news of Customer Choice award win | Press and Journal

Stag Bakeries has taken home the title of the Customer Choice Wholesale Baker of the Year in the annual Scottish Baker of the Year awards and heard the news in [...] Read full article: Watch Stornoway bakery receive surprise ...→

From innovative, theatrical drinks to app ordering services, here's what a trip to your favourite cocktail bar will look like | Press and Journal

From innovative, theatrical drinks to app ordering services, here's what a trip to your favourite cocktail bar will look like | Press and Journal

While beer gardens are in full swing and restaurants set to reopen next week, cocktail bars are taking things a little slower to perfect their intimate offerin [...] Read full article: From innovative, theatrical drinks to ap...→

McInally thankful for Blue Toon fundraising | Press and Journal

McInally thankful for Blue Toon fundraising | Press and Journal

Peterhead manager Jim McInally is delighted with the club’s fundraising efforts and says they may boost his budget. Read full article: McInally thankful for Blue Toon fundrais...→

Throwback Thursday: For instant mash you had to get Smash, and it's a handy ingredient to this day | Press and Journal

Throwback Thursday: For instant mash you had to get Smash, and it's a handy ingredient to this day | Press and Journal

Brian Stormont takes a look at Smash, the popular instant potato which is still a top seller these days and can be used to do more than just make mash. Read full article: Throwback Thursday: For instant mash you...→

North-east charity launches crowdfunder to maintain lifeline exercise classes | Press and Journal

North-east charity launches crowdfunder to maintain lifeline exercise classes | Press and Journal

A north-east charity has issued a plea for funding to help people with long-term health conditions recover after Covid-19. Read full article: North-east charity launches crowdfunder ...→

Community groups receive National Lottery funding boost | Press and Journal

Community groups receive National Lottery funding boost | Press and Journal

Groups across the north and north-east will be able to continue their vital work thanks to a multi-million pound package of grants from the National Lottery Co [...] Read full article: Community groups receive National Lotter...→

Aberdeen charity receives donation to continue 'vital work' | Press and Journal

Aberdeen charity receives donation to continue 'vital work' | Press and Journal

An Aberdeen charity will use a generous recent donation to continue supporting vulnerable families in the city. Read full article: Aberdeen charity receives donation to co...→

Derek Young hopes Aberdeen can benefit from redrafted Europa League schedule | Press and Journal

Derek Young hopes Aberdeen can benefit from redrafted Europa League schedule | Press and Journal

Former Aberdeen midfielder Derek Young reckons the Dons can benefit from the change in the Europa League setup this season. Read full article: Derek Young hopes Aberdeen can benefit f...→

Caley Thistle to use Betfred Cup as pre-season preparation for Championship start | Press and Journal

Caley Thistle to use Betfred Cup as pre-season preparation for Championship start | Press and Journal

Caley Thistle chief executive Scot Gardiner says John Robertson’s side will treat the Betfred Cup as pre-season in order to keep their players on furlough for [...] Read full article: Caley Thistle to use Betfred Cup as pre-...→

Inverbervie language teacher celebrates 21 years of teaching French to local youngsters | Press and Journal

Inverbervie language teacher celebrates 21 years of teaching French to local youngsters | Press and Journal

A teacher in Inverbervie has celebrated 21 years of teaching local children French with a special socially distanced day of cake, songs and games with her pupi [...] Read full article: Inverbervie language teacher celebrates ...→

North-east eateries back 'eat out to help out' discount offer for hospitality industry | Press and Journal

North-east eateries back 'eat out to help out' discount offer for hospitality industry | Press and Journal

Businesses across the north and north-east have welcomed the new “eat out to help out” scheme unveiled by the chancellor. Read full article: North-east eateries back 'eat out to hel...→

Going south: Openreach urged to rethink plans to move skilled north jobs to Glasgow and Wales | Press and Journal

A major infrastructure firm has been urged to rethink "unacceptable" plans to move skilled jobs away from the north of Scotland in the midst of the coronavirus [...] Read full article: Going south: Openreach urged to rethink ...→

EXCLUSIVE: NHS emails show Scottish Government was warned of PPE issues 'a long time' before pandemic | Press and Journal

EXCLUSIVE: NHS emails show Scottish Government was warned of PPE issues 'a long time' before pandemic | Press and Journal

Concerns about PPE stocks were raised regularly by senior health chiefs well before the coronavirus outbreak swept across the UK, NHS emails have revealed. Read full article: EXCLUSIVE: NHS emails show Scottish Gove...→

Dismay for sunseekers as Nicola Sturgeon fails to lift quarantine restrictions between Spain and Scotland | Press and Journal

Dismay for sunseekers as Nicola Sturgeon fails to lift quarantine restrictions between Spain and Scotland | Press and Journal

Quarantine measures are to stay in place for Scottish holidaymakers going to Spain despite the restrictions being lifted for travellers south of the border. Read full article: Dismay for sunseekers as Nicola Sturgeon...→

Henderson thrilled to be back on the oche | Press and Journal

Henderson thrilled to be back on the oche | Press and Journal

Huntly’s John Henderson is thrilled darts is returning today and believes it won’t be too different to normal. Read full article: Henderson thrilled to be back on the och...→

Police appeal after fire in derelict farm building near Inverness | Press and Journal

Police have appealed for information after fire broke out in a derelict farm building in Balloch, Inverness yesterday afternoon. Read full article: Police appeal after fire in derelict far...→

Charging resumes on Lochaber ferry | Press and Journal

Charging resumes on Lochaber ferry | Press and Journal

Passengers of one of the Highland's busiest ferry routes are being advised that fares will resume on Monday. Read full article: Charging resumes on Lochaber ferry | Pre...→

Confusion in Aberdeen pedestrianised zone amid claims absent road closure signs risk lives | Press and Journal

Confusion in Aberdeen pedestrianised zone amid claims absent road closure signs risk lives | Press and Journal

Changes are to be made in Aberdeen city centre after concerns were raised about the potential for a fatal crash in a temporarily pedestrianised area due to “co [...] Read full article: Confusion in Aberdeen pedestrianised zon...→

Law hopes breaking Hazlehead course record bodes well for European Tour return | Press and Journal

Law hopes breaking Hazlehead course record bodes well for European Tour return | Press and Journal

Aberdeen golfer David Law hopes breaking the course record at Hazlehead bodes well for his European Tour return later this month. Read full article: Law hopes breaking Hazlehead course reco...→

Families say apology from Skye care home operator is 'too little too late' | Press and Journal

Families say apology from Skye care home operator is 'too little too late' | Press and Journal

The operators of a Skye care home where 10 residents died from Covid-19 have apologised for the level of care - but families last night said it was "too little [...] Read full article: Families say apology from Skye care home...→

Business partnership boss warns of significant impact on Cairngorm tourism | Press and Journal

Business partnership boss warns of significant impact on Cairngorm tourism | Press and Journal

Business leaders in Badenoch and Strathspey have revealed the "devastating" impact of coronavirus on the community. Read full article: Business partnership boss warns of signi...→

Woman left 'shaken and upset' after terrifying assault in front of her children | Press and Journal

Woman left 'shaken and upset' after terrifying assault in front of her children | Press and Journal

A woman was left "shaken and upset" after a terrifying assault in front of her children after being locked in her home. Read full article: Woman left 'shaken and upset' after terr...→

Scottish care providers condemn Boris Johnson's 'deeply offensive' remarks on how care homes handled coronavirus pandemic | Press and Journal

Scottish care providers condemn Boris Johnson's 'deeply offensive' remarks on how care homes handled coronavirus pandemic | Press and Journal

Care home providers and unions in Scotland have condemned Boris Johnson for “deeply offensive” claims that some care homes failed to follow procedures during t [...] Read full article: Scottish care providers condemn Boris Jo...→

Is Gaelic really in the 'last chance saloon'? Two MSPs on warnings it will die out in 10 years | Press and Journal

Is Gaelic really in the 'last chance saloon'? Two MSPs on warnings it will die out in 10 years | Press and Journal

A hard-hitting report has warned that Gaelic is at risk of dying out in 10 years with only 11,000 speakers left. We asked two MSPs for their reactions. Read full article: Is Gaelic really in the 'last chance sal...→

Grants help volunteers to reopen two Wester Ross public toilets safely | Press and Journal

Grants help volunteers to reopen two Wester Ross public toilets safely | Press and Journal

A pair of community groups in Wester Ross have secured cash to make their public toilets ready in time for the delayed tourist season. Read full article: Grants help volunteers to reopen two Wes...→

Aberdeen Art Gallery working towards welcoming visitors back   | Press and Journal

Aberdeen Art Gallery working towards welcoming visitors back   | Press and Journal

Major work is taking place behind the scenes at Aberdeen Art Gallery as staff prepare the prestigious venue to welcome back visitors later this summer. Read full article: Aberdeen Art Gallery working towards wel...→

Testing requirement restricts ability to plan for upcoming Highland League season - Secretary Rod Houston | Press and Journal

Testing requirement restricts ability to plan for upcoming Highland League season - Secretary Rod Houston | Press and Journal

It is hoped a move into phase three of Scotland’s lockdown recovery plan could be the first tentative step towards planning for when next season’s Highland Lea [...] Read full article: Testing requirement restricts ability to...→

Ben Dolphin: Counting the cost of campfires to the countryside | Press and Journal

Ben Dolphin: Counting the cost of campfires to the countryside | Press and Journal

We’ve all been there. Sitting in the darkness on a cool summer evening, mesmerised by flames in a way that not even the constant swiping of a phone can match. Read full article: Ben Dolphin: Counting the cost of campfi...→

Chap Group asks Scottish Government to overturn Aberdeenshire quarry plan refusal | Press and Journal

Chap Group asks Scottish Government to overturn Aberdeenshire quarry plan refusal | Press and Journal

A major developer has appealed to the Scottish Government over Aberdeenshire Council's decision to reject plans for a new quarry. Read full article: Chap Group asks Scottish Government to o...→

Aberdeen charity hoping to spread cheer with new campaign | Press and Journal

Aberdeen charity hoping to spread cheer with new campaign | Press and Journal

An Aberdeen charity is hoping to spread cheer and rekindle old summer memories with their new campaign. Read full article: Aberdeen charity hoping to spread cheer ...→

North-east coach operator warns industry remains on brink of collapse after rescue package is ruled out by UK Government | Press and Journal

North-east coach operator warns industry remains on brink of collapse after rescue package is ruled out by UK Government | Press and Journal

A Moray coach operator has warned the industry remains on the brink of collapse after the Treasury ruled out a dedicated support package for the sector. Read full article: North-east coach operator warns industry...→

Transformation of Peterhead town centre landmark to begin next month | Press and Journal

Long-awaited plans to breathe new life into a north-east town centre will get off the ground next month following a four-month delay. Read full article: Transformation of Peterhead town centre ...→

Union Street marquee outside historic pub raises controversy | Press and Journal

Union Street marquee outside historic pub raises controversy | Press and Journal

An Aberdeen hospitality firm has claimed raising a controversial marquee outside one its premises was the difference between reopening or staying shut. Read full article: Union Street marquee outside historic pu...→

Oil and gas bosses renew calls for sector deal as coronavirus crisis claims 7,500 North Sea jobs | Press and Journal

Oil and gas bosses renew calls for sector deal as coronavirus crisis claims 7,500 North Sea jobs | Press and Journal

More than 7,500 oil and gas workers have lost their jobs since the onset of the coronavirus crisis and tens of thousands more could go, industry leaders have w [...] Read full article: Oil and gas bosses renew calls for secto...→

Economic recession could 'wipe out' some Scottish Women's Aid branches, according to charity's chief executive | Press and Journal

Economic recession could 'wipe out' some Scottish Women's Aid branches, according to charity's chief executive | Press and Journal

The chief executive of Scottish Women's Aid said she is "terrified" that an economic recession could see local branches close unless funding is protected or in [...] Read full article: Economic recession could 'wipe out' some...→

Scott Begbie: Living a thousand lives through books... even if one them was Trainspotting | Press and Journal

When I was wee, I had this marvellous reading device that stopped when you took your eye off it, started again when you looked back and didn’t need batteries o [...] Read full article: Scott Begbie: Living a thousand lives th...→

Joy for Moray sewing shop as it reopens after devoting efforts to supplying PPE | Press and Journal

A Moray sewing shop owner who has been devoting efforts to supplying materials for scrubs and face visors during lockdown says she has been delighted to reopen [...] Read full article: Joy for Moray sewing shop as it reopens ...→

Overnight resurfacing project on stretch of the A830 starts next week | Press and Journal

An £85,000 overnight resurfacing project will start next week on a section of the A830 Fort William to Mallaig road. Read full article: Overnight resurfacing project on stretch...→

Aden Country Park welcomes back visitors as travel restrictions ease | Press and Journal

Aden Country Park welcomes back visitors as travel restrictions ease | Press and Journal

A popular north-east visitor attraction looks forward to welcoming back visitors now coronavirus restrictions are being lifted. Read full article: Aden Country Park welcomes back visitors...→

Belmont Filmhouse hits £25,000 fundraising target to help secure its future | Press and Journal

Belmont Filmhouse hits £25,000 fundraising target to help secure its future | Press and Journal

The future of an independent cinema in Aberdeen looks much brighter after a £25,000 fundraiser to see it through the challenges Covid-19 hit its target yesterd [...] Read full article: Belmont Filmhouse hits £25,000 fundraisi...→

Rich new collection will gather Gaelic songs on Coasts and Waters theme | Press and Journal

Rich new collection will gather Gaelic songs on Coasts and Waters theme | Press and Journal

A new collection of old and new Gaelic songs connected to the sea is being created as part of the Year of Coasts and Waters campaign. Read full article: Rich new collection will gather Gaelic s...→

Community's bid to buy estate boosted by £1 million Land Fund award | Press and Journal

Community's bid to buy estate boosted by £1 million Land Fund award | Press and Journal

A three-year campaign to take a remote Highland estate into community ownership has been backed by a £1 million award from the Scottish Land Fund. Read full article: Community's bid to buy estate boosted by...→

Two calves electrocuted near Braemar after incident | Press and Journal

Two calves electrocuted near Braemar after incident | Press and Journal

Two calves have died due  an electrical fault that left parts of a Deeside community without power. Read full article: Two calves electrocuted near Braemar aft...→

Highland councillor censured for 'inadvertent' breach of councillors' code of conduct | Press and Journal

Highland councillor censured for 'inadvertent' breach of councillors' code of conduct | Press and Journal

A Highland councillor has been censured by the Standards Commission for Scotland for failing to declare an interest at a council meeting he was chairing last y [...] Read full article: Highland councillor censured for 'inadve...→

Auditors wipe £75m off value of Aberdeen's replacement exhibition centre Teca | Press and Journal

Around £75 million has been wiped off the value of Aberdeen’s Teca according in an audit of the council’s books. Read full article: Auditors wipe £75m off value of Aberdeen...→

Risk of fraud has potential to increase during coronavirus crisis, says Scotland's public spending watchdog | Press and Journal

The coronavirus pandemic has increased fraud risk, according to a new Audit Scotland report identifying more than £15 million in potential fraud and errors acr [...] Read full article: Risk of fraud has potential to increase ...→

Tourism businesses call for urgent testing of staff as visitors return | Press and Journal

Tourism businesses call for urgent testing of staff as visitors return | Press and Journal

Tourism operators in the north Highlands are seeking urgent access to Covid-19 testing for staff before hotels re-open to visitors next week. Read full article: Tourism businesses call for urgent testi...→

Scottish courts spent £1million on coronavirus measures in first three months of lockdown | Press and Journal

Scottish courts spent £1million on coronavirus measures in first three months of lockdown | Press and Journal

More than £1 million was spent on measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus at Scottish courts in the first three months of lockdown. Read full article: Scottish courts spent £1million on coron...→

Brexit: Fishing talks could rumble on 'as late as December' | Press and Journal

Brexit: Fishing talks could rumble on 'as late as December' | Press and Journal

Fishing deal talks with the European Union could rumble on as late as December, environment secretary George Eustice told peers as he admitted the gap between [...] Read full article: Brexit: Fishing talks could rumble on 'a...→

Murderer Liam Hay has life sentence reduced for killing of Anthony McGladrigan | Press and Journal

Murderer Liam Hay has life sentence reduced for killing of Anthony McGladrigan | Press and Journal

A drug-fuelled killer jailed for a minimum of 19 years after murdering a man who offered a stranger refuge in his home has had his life sentence cut. Read full article: Murderer Liam Hay has life sentence redu...→

Deaths among Scots from South Asian ethnic groups almost twice as likely to involve Covid-19, analysis shows | Press and Journal

New figures show deaths among Scots from South Asian ethnic groups were almost twice as likely to involve Covid-19 than deaths of those of white ethnicity. Read full article: Deaths among Scots from South Asian ethn...→

Gray's School of Art student merges Aberdeen's past and present in new project | Press and Journal

Gray's School of Art student merges Aberdeen's past and present in new project | Press and Journal

A student at Robert Gordon University’s Gray’s School of Art has created a fascinating project which juxtaposes historical images of Aberdeen alongside those o [...] Read full article: Gray's School of Art student merges Aber...→

Join us on journey back through the years in the Granite City's many communities [...]

Join us on journey back through the years in the Granite City's many communities [...]

Join us on journey back through the years in the Granite City's many communities and suburbs... from royalty to Radio One DJs. Read full article: Join us on journey back through the year...→

Moray Council urged to resume dredger operations as Covid-19 restrictions ease | Press and Journal

Moray Council urged to resume dredger operations as Covid-19 restrictions ease | Press and Journal

Moray Council says its dredger will soon return to work after concerns were raised about its inactivity now lockdown restrictions have eased. Read full article: Moray Council urged to resume dredger op...→

Visitors to Inverness's newest pub will have to make do with takeaways for now | Press and Journal

Visitors to Inverness's newest pub will have to make do with takeaways for now | Press and Journal

No pints will be pulled this month at the Highland capital’s newest pub, which opened its doors just days before the Covid-19 lockdown. Read full article: Visitors to Inverness's newest pub will ...→

Cosla calls for Treasury to cut north councils a 'colossal' break in loan repayments | Press and Journal

Cosla calls for Treasury to cut north councils a 'colossal' break in loan repayments | Press and Journal

Scottish councils have piled pressure on the Chancellor to cut northern local authorities a break in paying back “eye-watering sums of money” in Treasury-issue [...] Read full article: Cosla calls for Treasury to cut north co...→

Moray Wellbeing Hub urges people to come forward for support | Press and Journal

Moray Wellbeing Hub has urged people to get in touch for support if they have worries about life after lockdown. Read full article: Moray Wellbeing Hub urges people to come...→

ROAD TEST: Fast-charging e-Up! from VW hits fun nail on head | Press and Journal

ROAD TEST: Fast-charging e-Up! from VW hits fun nail on head | Press and Journal

In the race to gain the EV top spot, it seems many manufacturers have forgotten that often the best application of electric technology is in smaller city cars. Read full article: ROAD TEST: Fast-charging e-Up! from VW h...→

Rishi Sunak unveils £2 billion government jobs scheme to shield young from unemployment | Press and Journal

Rishi Sunak unveils £2 billion government jobs scheme to shield young from unemployment | Press and Journal

Rishi Sunak will today unveil another multibillion-pound recovery package in a bid to steer Britain's ailing economy back from coronavirus collapse. Read full article: Rishi Sunak unveils £2 billion governmen...→

Fort William blossoms into colour once again thanks to last-minute help | Press and Journal

Fort William blossoms into colour once again thanks to last-minute help | Press and Journal

The centre of Fort William is blooming in time for a return of the tourist season after a last minute blossoming of support. Read full article: Fort William blossoms into colour once a...→

Coronavirus: Aberdeen University faces £43m blow despite rising interest from overseas students | Press and Journal

Coronavirus: Aberdeen University faces £43m blow despite rising interest from overseas students | Press and Journal

Aberdeen University fears it could have to plug a £43 million hole in its finances this year – despite being boosted by a rise in applications from lucrative o [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Aberdeen University faces £...→

Highland Council prepares 'Plan A, B and C' to ensure readiness for schools return | Press and Journal

Highland Council prepares 'Plan A, B and C' to ensure readiness for schools return | Press and Journal

Highland Council education chiefs insist they are prepared for all eventualities when it comes to getting children back to school. Read full article: Highland Council prepares 'Plan A, B and...→

Why weddings have capped numbers but beer gardens do not | Press and Journal

Why weddings have capped numbers but beer gardens do not | Press and Journal

The first minister says the propensity for hugging explains why weddings and funerals will continue to face tighter restrictions than beer gardens. Read full article: Why weddings have capped numbers but bee...→

Is Gaelic really in the 'last chance saloon'? Two MSPs on warnings it will die out in 10 years | Press and Journal

Is Gaelic really in the 'last chance saloon'? Two MSPs on warnings it will die out in 10 years | Press and Journal

A hard-hitting report has warned that Gaelic is at risk of dying out in 10 years with only 11,000 speakers left. We asked two MSPs for their reactions. Read full article: Is Gaelic really in the 'last chance sal...→

Nicola Sturgeon warns face masks to be worn for foreseeable future as increase in Covid-19 cases recorded | Press and Journal

Nicola Sturgeon warns face masks to be worn for "foreseeable future" as increase in Covid-19 cases recorded | Press and Journal

Nicola Sturgeon warned face masks will have to be worn for the “foreseeable future” as Scotland recorded the highest number of new coronavirus cases for three [...] Read full article: Nicola Sturgeon warns face masks to be w...→

Largest coastal community handout yet ploughs more than £6m into economic recovery | Press and Journal

Largest coastal community handout yet ploughs more than £6m into economic recovery | Press and Journal

Coastal communities across the north of Scotland will share more than £6 million handed out from the country's marine assets pot. Read full article: Largest coastal community handout yet pl...→

Grants help volunteers to reopen two Wester Ross public toilets safely | Press and Journal

Grants help volunteers to reopen two Wester Ross public toilets safely | Press and Journal

A pair of community groups in Wester Ross have secured cash to make their public toilets ready in time for the delayed tourist season. Read full article: Grants help volunteers to reopen two Wes...→

Athletics: Highland discus thrower Kirsty Law set for return to action as Tokyo Olympics build-up restarts | Press and Journal

Athletics: Highland discus thrower Kirsty Law set for return to action as Tokyo Olympics build-up restarts | Press and Journal

Great Britain international discus thrower Kirsty Law is delighted to be getting back into action this weekend – and will have another two competitions over th [...] Read full article: Athletics: Highland discus thrower Kirst...→

Testing requirement restricts ability to plan for upcoming Highland League season - Secretary Rod Houston | Press and Journal

Testing requirement restricts ability to plan for upcoming Highland League season - Secretary Rod Houston | Press and Journal

It is hoped a move into phase three of Scotland’s lockdown recovery plan could be the first tentative step towards planning for when next season’s Highland Lea [...] Read full article: Testing requirement restricts ability to...→

Plan to transform energy networks in UK revealed | Press and Journal

Energy watchdog Ofgem has unveiled plans for a five-year industry investment worth around £25 billion to transform UK energy networks. Read full article: Plan to transform energy networks in UK ...→

Chap Group asks Scottish Government to overturn Aberdeenshire quarry plan refusal | Press and Journal

Chap Group asks Scottish Government to overturn Aberdeenshire quarry plan refusal | Press and Journal

A major developer has appealed to the Scottish Government over Aberdeenshire Council's decision to reject plans for a new quarry. Read full article: Chap Group asks Scottish Government to o...→

Popular north-east festival to return 'bigger and better' next year | Press and Journal

Popular north-east festival to return 'bigger and better' next year | Press and Journal

Organisers of a tiny Aberdeenshire fishing village's hugely popular north-east music event have confirmed they will be back next year "bigger than ever". Read full article: Popular north-east festival to return 'b...→

This is not acceptable: Outrage as vandals attack Easter Ross school | Press and Journal

This is not acceptable: Outrage as vandals attack Easter Ross school | Press and Journal

Community outrage has greeted news that vandals attacked an Easter Ross school, inflicting around £4,000 of damage. Read full article: This is not acceptable: Outrage as vanda...→

North-east coach operator warns industry remains on brink of collapse after rescue package is ruled out by UK Government | Press and Journal

North-east coach operator warns industry remains on brink of collapse after rescue package is ruled out by UK Government | Press and Journal

A Moray coach operator has warned the industry remains on the brink of collapse after the Treasury ruled out a dedicated support package for the sector. Read full article: North-east coach operator warns industry...→

Suicide crisis prompts Caithness residents to form online support group | Press and Journal

Suicide crisis prompts Caithness residents to form online support group | Press and Journal

A recent spate of suicides and attempts in Caithness has prompted a group of residents to form what they hope will be a lifesaving online support group. Read full article: Suicide crisis prompts Caithness residen...→

Transformation of Peterhead town centre landmark to begin next month | Press and Journal

Long-awaited plans to breathe new life into a north-east town centre will get off the ground next month following a four-month delay. Read full article: Transformation of Peterhead town centre ...→

Moray Council leader asks for a review of the decision to reintroduce parking charges | Press and Journal

Moray Council leader asks for a review of the decision to reintroduce parking charges | Press and Journal

Moray Council leader Graham Leadbitter has asked for a review of the decision to reintroduce parking charges after the announcement of further national funding [...] Read full article: Moray Council leader asks for a review o...→

Celebrities and royalty to wish Aberdeen University graduates well in video after ceremony cancelled | Press and Journal

Celebrities and royalty to wish Aberdeen University graduates well in video after ceremony cancelled | Press and Journal

Hundreds of Aberdeen University students were left crestfallen when today's summer graduation ceremony was cancelled due to coronavirus fears. Read full article: Celebrities and royalty to wish Aberdeen...→

Tributes to comedian Johnny Beattie following death aged 93 | Press and Journal

Scottish comedy legend Johnny Beattie has been hailed as a "national treasure" following his death at the age of 93. Read full article: Tributes to comedian Johnny Beattie foll...→

Kate Forbes announces tax break for home-buyers but falls short of Chancellor's Stamp Duty holiday | Press and Journal

Kate Forbes announces tax break for home-buyers but falls short of Chancellor's Stamp Duty holiday | Press and Journal

House-buyers in Scotland are to get a tax break as part of Finance Secretary Kate Forbes’s attempts to stimulate the economy as it reels from the coronavirus p [...] Read full article: Kate Forbes announces tax break for home...→

Free tuition will end for EU students next year - but places for Scots could rise | Press and Journal

Free tuition will end for EU students next year - but places for Scots could rise | Press and Journal

Free university tuition for EU students will end next year in a move that could increase the number of places for people from Scotland. Read full article: Free tuition will end for EU students ne...→

Economic recession could 'wipe out' some Scottish Women's Aid branches, according to charity's chief executive | Press and Journal

Economic recession could 'wipe out' some Scottish Women's Aid branches, according to charity's chief executive | Press and Journal

The chief executive of Scottish Women's Aid said she is "terrified" that an economic recession could see local branches close unless funding is protected or in [...] Read full article: Economic recession could 'wipe out' some...→

Fishing vessel detained at Scrabster amid claims crew was not fully paid during crisis | Press and Journal

Fishing vessel detained at Scrabster amid claims crew was not fully paid during crisis | Press and Journal

A fishing vessel has been detained in Scrabster amid a crackdown on operators accused of cutting payments to crew during the pandemic. Read full article: Fishing vessel detained at Scrabster ami...→

Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon defends Scottish Government's handling of PPE supplies | Press and Journal

Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon defends Scottish Government's handling of PPE supplies | Press and Journal

Nicola Sturgeon has defended the Scottish Government’s handling of PPE supplies during the coronavirus pandemic after it was accused of ignoring repeated NHS w [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon defends Sco...→

Aberdeen's John Lewis spared as retailer announces eight stores won't reopen | Press and Journal

Aberdeen's John Lewis spared as retailer announces eight stores won't reopen | Press and Journal

The John Lewis in Aberdeen will reopen later this month, as the retailer announces eight stores will remain closed permanently. Read full article: Aberdeen's John Lewis spared as retailer...→

Overnight resurfacing project on stretch of the A830 starts next week | Press and Journal

An £85,000 overnight resurfacing project will start next week on a section of the A830 Fort William to Mallaig road. Read full article: Overnight resurfacing project on stretch...→

North-east charity launches crowdfunder to maintain lifeline exercise classes | Press and Journal

North-east charity launches crowdfunder to maintain lifeline exercise classes | Press and Journal

A north-east charity has issued a plea for funding to help people with long-term health conditions recover after Covid-19. Read full article: North-east charity launches crowdfunder ...→

Word-beating pioneer in children's drama was the 'speech wifie' to generations of Aberdeen kids | Press and Journal

Word-beating pioneer in children's drama was the 'speech wifie' to generations of Aberdeen kids | Press and Journal

She was a world pioneer in children’s theatre, awarded an OBE for blazing a trail in speech therapy and gave one of Scotland’s famed actors his first break – b [...] Read full article: Word-beating pioneer in children's drama...→

Aberdeen charity receives donation to continue 'vital work' | Press and Journal

Aberdeen charity receives donation to continue 'vital work' | Press and Journal

An Aberdeen charity will use a generous recent donation to continue supporting vulnerable families in the city. Read full article: Aberdeen charity receives donation to co...→

Kettlewell eager for green light for Staggies to play friendly matches | Press and Journal

Kettlewell eager for green light for Staggies to play friendly matches | Press and Journal

Ross County manager Stuart Kettlewell is concerned any further delay to play friendly matches could harm the Staggies’ preparation for the Premiership season. Read full article: Kettlewell eager for green light for Sta...→

Rich new collection will gather Gaelic songs on Coasts and Waters theme | Press and Journal

Rich new collection will gather Gaelic songs on Coasts and Waters theme | Press and Journal

A new collection of old and new Gaelic songs connected to the sea is being created as part of the Year of Coasts and Waters campaign. Read full article: Rich new collection will gather Gaelic s...→

Derek Young hopes Aberdeen can benefit from redrafted Europa League schedule | Press and Journal

Derek Young hopes Aberdeen can benefit from redrafted Europa League schedule | Press and Journal

Former Aberdeen midfielder Derek Young reckons the Dons can benefit from the change in the Europa League setup this season. Read full article: Derek Young hopes Aberdeen can benefit f...→

Drivers ready to hit the tarmac as racing returns to Boyndie | Press and Journal

Drivers ready to hit the tarmac as racing returns to Boyndie | Press and Journal

Racing action returns to Banff this weekend for the first time since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were imposed more than three months ago. Read full article: Drivers ready to hit the tarmac as racin...→

Two calves electrocuted near Braemar after incident | Press and Journal

Two calves electrocuted near Braemar after incident | Press and Journal

Two calves have died due  an electrical fault that left parts of a Deeside community without power. Read full article: Two calves electrocuted near Braemar aft...→

Inverbervie language teacher celebrates 21 years of teaching French to local youngsters | Press and Journal

Inverbervie language teacher celebrates 21 years of teaching French to local youngsters | Press and Journal

A teacher in Inverbervie has celebrated 21 years of teaching local children French with a special socially distanced day of cake, songs and games with her pupi [...] Read full article: Inverbervie language teacher celebrates ...→