Aberdeenshire Council recently announced that they were going to be rolling out a cashless parking system for pay to use car parks across the shire using a company called RingGo. Aberdeen City already have cashless parking in place using a company called Pay By Phone. As you can see in the map above, and here, there […]
A read a piece on the P&J website this morning about Councillor John Cox from Banff. John has not been selected by the SNP to stand for re election in Banff under their party. The article says that Cllr Cox has been at odds with the SNP’s party policies for some time, in particular his […]
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As Big Ben chimes tonight at midnight and the fireworks go off, the RNLI will change the way they contact people. From January 1 2017 only people who have given their consent to the RNLI will be contacted. This is a huge step for the institution, basically they are throwing away their old contact list […]
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So the story about Trinity Mirror cutting 25 jobs at its Birmingham newsrooms and the Editor leaving has been kicking about for a few days now. In what is being called Newsroom 3.1, editorial jobs are being cut from 93 to 68 in the Midlands. Quotes from the internal memo include things like: aims to […]
Lovely morning in Scotland. In other news I look forward to donating more money to foodbanks to help people that the Conservatives think don’t need help.