White Christmas unlikely for Kintore

It seems unlikely that we will be enjoying a white Christmas this year. Read More...
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Company expands horizons in Kintore

A leading provider of hazardous area electrical instrumentation to the international petrochemical industry, has moved to a new base in Kintore, where it is exporting 60% of its production.

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More details on proposed Forest Road Retail

More details have been published for the proposed retail development on Forest Road. Read More...
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Retail development for Forest Road?

A planning application has been submitted for a retail development on Forest Road in KIntore. Read More...
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Kintore Christmas lights switch on

The Kintore Christmas tree and the Christmas street lights are due to be switched on this Saturday, December 6 at 4.30pm. Read More...
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Action Kintore makes progress

At just over seven months on from the packed public meeting on March 9th our small but dedicated team of local people is working hard to make the community wish-list more of a reality. Read More...
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The internet has come a long way

You are on the internet now. Did it take you a lot of setting up to get online? No. Didn’t think it would.
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Kintore Town House parking

Passing Kintore Town House earlier this week I spotted a group huddled round a tripod, capturing the mood of the historic building in the morning light. Pity that their image will be dominated by a clutter of cars parked hap-hazardly in front of the iconic building.
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Inverurie Paper Mill under threat

The Inverurie Paper Mill is facing possible closure after the announcement of a three-month consultation by owners International Paper of Memphis, Tennessee. The company say the business is unprofitable and not financially viable
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Brigg Kintore's champion dog

Kintore man Roddy McBain has been having considerable success this year in field trials with his black labrador Brigg. But it could have been so different.

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As 2009 looms, where is Kintore station?

North-east Conservative MSP Nanette Milne has written to the First Minister (and local consituency MSP) Alex Salmond to ask him to re-affirm his commitment to a new rail station for Kintore. Read More...
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30-house plan for Gauch-hill

A planning application has been submitted for 30 houses on woodland and rough pasture at Gauch-hill, Kintore. The application is in the name of the Badentoy Trust, based at Midmill, Kintore.
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Action Kintore sets sights on youth cafe

At the Kintore Community Council meeting on Wednesday, June 13, council members agreed to support the concept of a Youth Cafe, in addition to a carpark (which was their original preferred option) on the site previously occupied by the Library. Read More...
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Request for No 10 bus to stop in Kintore

A request has been made for the No 10 Stagecoach Bluebird bus service to stop at Kintore. Stagecoach say they consider it not commercially viable at present. Read More...
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Public meeting about future development in Kintore

As you are aware Kintore has expanded at an astonishing rate. The recent Capacity Study shows another potentially massive increase in housing development in Kintore over the next few years resulting in Read More...
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Kemnay and Kintore adult learning

Enrolment: Kemnay Academy on Monday, 25 August 2008, 7.00 – 9.00 pm Read More...
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Wildcat near Kintore

This is a wildcat snapped near Balbithan Woods, just a mile from Kintore.

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What courses would you like to see in Kintore

Community Development Group work together with the local community to identify, promote and develop lifelong opportunities that are relevant and accessible.
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Action Kintore meeting

At the January Meeting of Kintore Community Council, a decision was made to set up a Sub Group to arrange a Public Meeting, to address the linked challenges of a lack of recreational facilities for young people, and address the escalating anti-social behaviour within the town. Read More...
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Things I like/dislike about Kintore

At the public meeting people were asked to give their likes, dislikes and things they would like to change about Kintore. Read More...
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Good turnout for public meeting

Although a Public Meeting is not usually top of the list of Friday night entertainments, a meeting called by Action Kintore, on behalf of the Community Council, attracted nearly 200 Kintore residents to the hall in the Community School last week (March 9th). Young residents made up almost a quarter of the audience, and they were eager to share their views on the facilities and recreational activities they would like to have in the town. Read More...
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New Kintore Community Learning classes

Kintore Community Learning have a New Stained Glass class on Tuesday mornings starting on the February 26. Class times are 9.30am - 11.30am. This class will run for four weeks at a cost of £24.40 or £13.60 concession, materials available to purchase from class Tutor Janet Newberry. Beginners welcome. Read More...
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