Leader's Budget Message
Leader of Aberdeenshire Council Cllr Jim Gifford has recorded a video message on the 2014/15 budget. If you are unable to view/hear video content on your system, a transcript of the message is also available..
Serving Aberdeenshire from mountain to sea - the very best of Scotland
Aberdeenshire Council is to hold a second awards ceremony celebrating the achievements and hard work of the region’s children, communities and staff in June this year. These awards are presented to a child, young person or employee who has made an outstanding contribution to education, learning or leisure.
The creation of a single police service in Scotland in April last year meant that there was a need tochange the way that the police in Scotland would be held to account. An independent body called the Police Investigations & Review Commissioner (PIRC) was established. The current Commissioner is Professor John McNeill.
Provost Webster opened the meeting by offering congratulations to the five members of Team GB from Aberdeenshire who competed in the 2014 Winter Olympics at Sochi.
Councillors will next week be asked to approve an increase in rates and dues at Aberdeenshire Council harbours.
Partners have come together in Huntly to run a six week rolling programme to support employment opportunities in the local area.
Local people are being asked to get involved by taking part in a public session at Ellon Library on Saturday 15 March from 10am until 12pm.
Short listing for the Grampian Food Forum Innovation Awards took place at The Marcliffe Hotel and Spa (Tuesday, March 4). The winners will be announced at a presentation dinner on Thursday, March 20 at The Marcliffe Hotel and Spa.
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