Aberdeenshire


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Aberdeenshire

(ˌæbəˈdiːnˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
n
(Placename) a council area and historical county of N Scotland, on the North Sea: became part of Grampian Region in 1975 but reinstated as an independent unitary authority (with adjusted borders) in 1996: rises to the Grampian and Cairngorm Mountains in the SW: chiefly agricultural (esp sheep and stock raising). Administrative centre: Aberdeen. Pop: 229 330 (2003 est). Area 6319 sq km (2439 sq miles)
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The inquest heard Gillian never recovered from the trauma of knocking down Robyn in September 2008 near Turriff, Aberdeenshire.
The classes and childcare will be offered at a discount by Live Life Aberdeenshire to ensure that parents can feel more able to exercise.
Other roads in Aberdeenshire were also affected and a woman was trapped in her car after it flipped in a crash on the A93 Aberdeen to Braemar road, two miles east of Aboyne.
Aberdeenshire Council will provide Wood Recyclability with rigid plastic discarded by members of the public.
The First Minister is MSP for Aberdeenshire East and lives at Strichen in Aberdeenshire.
Penalty charges collected in Aberdeenshire were up a fifth in 2018 as the authority raised PS112,822.
They were among dozens of winners whose contributions to the region were recognised during a heartwarming ceremony organised by Aberdeenshire Council at Haddo House last night.
SPRING FEVER nCrowds enjoy 21C heat in Helensburgh SUN-KISSED nJoanna George, 19, soaks up record-breaking temperatures in Aberdeenshire HOT IN THE CITY J George Square, Glasgow, yesterday SPEC-TACLE n Bazil, an Italian spinone, takes in the sun at Portobello
Aberdeenshire Council education bosses yesterday said working with other local authorities on digital lessons was being considered alongside existing incentive schemes such as relocation cash to attract teachers.
She said: "More needs to be done to maintain bridges in Aberdeenshire. It's ridiculous they are left to get in such a state."
Les Allan, of Aberdeenshire Council, said: "We want residents to be prepared for any eventuality."

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