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Three Tries Not Enough

By Jane Cruickshank / September 15, 2019

A match report by Ian Gray – ON a breezy Saturday, Mackie made the trip up to Elgin to play their first Caledonian 2 North League fixture of the season at Morriston Park. Mackie were without both captain and vice-captain and had no backs on the bench. Before the game was five minutes old Mackie […]

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Awards for Architecture

By Jane Cruickshank / September 11, 2019

STONEHAVEN residents and businesses with an eye for architectural flair are being asked to nominate their favourite buildings for the 2020 Aberdeenshire Architectural and Landscape Design Awards. So now is the time to release your inner Kevin and cast your eye around town for what you think is Stonehaven’s grandest design. Both conceptual and completed […]

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Latest Crime Report

By Jane Cruickshank / September 11, 2019

from Police Scotland – Community Council Report This report covers progress we have made in dealing with your priorities for the Kincardine and Mearns Community area for the period 1 to 31 August 2019. The report aims to highlight emerging issues in your area, and to provide crime prevention advice and guidance to Community Council […]

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Open Doors Weekend in Stonehaven

By Jane Cruickshank / September 10, 2019

It is soon to be Aberdeenshire’s Open Doors weekend, when members of the public get a chance for a sneaky peek into places they normally walk past or can’t go into. Mearns FM is participating in this year’s event for the first time, allowing their listeners the opportunity to “present live on air” and discover […]

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Community Council Meeting

By Jane Cruickshank / September 9, 2019

STONEHAVEN and District Community Council meet tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at 7pm in Invercarron Resource Centre. All members of the public are welcome to attend, and are given an opportunity to speak if they wish. You can find the Agenda here documents/agendas/sdcc-sept-2019-agenda.pdf The community council’s participation in a recent mental health consultation, Greener Kincardine and Mearns, […]

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Linda’s Journey

By Jane Cruickshank / September 7, 2019

THE widow of popular north east MSP Alex Johnstone who died after battling cancer in 2016, is to have her head shaved for Myeloma UK as she herself fights this illness. After suffering a range of ‘aches and pains’ Linda Johnstone, who lives in Stonehaven, was given a battery of tests before being diagnosed with […]

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Norwegians to Join Stonehaven for Choral Night

By Jane Cruickshank / September 4, 2019

From Marilyn Cusine – STONEHAVEN choral are holding a joint concert with Biskopshavn Vokal, a choir from Bergen, Norway on Friday 20th September at 7.30pm in St. James Church, Arbuthnott Street. Biskopshavn Vokal are a choir of around 30 members who belong to a local church in their community and they are in the Aberdeen […]

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Film Offers Food for Thought on Environment

By Jane Cruickshank / September 3, 2019

STONEHAVEN residents with an interest in environmental issues are to have an opportunity to air their views at a meeting later this year – with a film showing in Laurencekirk this week providing a starting point for discussions. Greener Kincardine and Mearns are a new group, concerned with environmental issues, and their first “project” is […]

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New Mackie Fifty Years Old

By Jane Cruickshank / September 2, 2019

From Aberdeenshire Council press team – Mackie Academy celebrated a major milestone as they marked 50 years at their Slug Road premises. The Stonehaven school invited former pupils to send mementos to be the centrepiece of the anniversary celebrations that took place on Friday, August 30. Original plans for the school, supplied by the Aberdeenshire […]

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Interactive History at St James’

By Jane Cruickshank / September 2, 2019

From David Fleming – St James’ Episcopal Church is proud to announce the opening of its new, fascinating, permanent and interactive Exhibition, ‘Priests and Pipes’, representing over three centuries of intriguing church history.  The highlight is a display of the Burns Bible dated about 1716 and bought for use in the original Episcopal Chapel in […]

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