Grampian Region


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Grampian Region

a former local government region in NE Scotland, formed in 1975 from Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, and most of Banffshire and Morayshire; replaced in 1996 by the council areas of Aberdeenshire, City of Aberdeen, and Moray
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It is hoped the research will explain why human E coli cases are rare in Wales but commonplace in the Grampian region, which has one of the world's highest rates of the infection.
Particular warning were given to drivers in County Durham and roads in the Grampian region covering Aberdeenshire and Perth and Kinross.
The Mount Langhi Ghiran cellars and winery are situated in the Grampian region of Western Victoria, and the winemaker, Trevor Mast, has developed a reputation for outstanding cool-climate peppery shiraz.
Researchers investigated 149 mothers in the Grampian region of Scotland who were being treated with anti-epileptic drugs.
There are more than 70 castles in the Grampian region and nine great houses and castles are to be found along Scotland's only Castle Trail.
Columba at Deer Abbey (now Deer district, Grampian Region, Scot.) and containing 12th-century additions in Latin and an early form of Scottish Gaelic.
Since the start of 2016, there have been more than 42,700 offences picked up by camera units across the Grampian region.
It may not be behind glass in a museum, but this Daimler certainly deserves to be after it took home the Best in Show prize at last year's Grampian Region Jaguar and Daimler Gathering at Drum Castle.
Sportscotland institute of sport is seeking a contractor for the supply of performance physiotherapy services to support our network delivery in grampian region.
"Today will see more widespread and persistent snow, particularly for north–east Scotland – Aberdeenshire and into Moray and the Grampian region. That may bring significant snowfall to lower levels on roads in the north–east and difficult driving conditions.
Earlier this year, with the formation of Police Scotland, the Grampian region was split in two with Aberdeen becoming A Division and Aberdeenshire and Moray becoming B Division.
The real stars, to my surprise, came from Best's, one of Australia's oldest vineyards, set up in the Grampian region of Central Victoria in the 1860s, and still making wine from cuttings planted in the 19th Century.