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MSP PRESENTS SCARF AWARD TO OLD RAYNE PUPIL
Nanette Milne, Conservative MSP for the North East attended the SCARF calendar awards in the Scottish Parliament
( 08/02/2011 )


MSP raises Pre-School Playgroup concerns with Chief Executive
Nanette Milne, Conservative MSP for the North East has written to Colin McKenzie, Chief Executive of Aberdeenshire Council to raise concerns regarding the proposed changes to Pre-School Playgroup provision across Aberdeenshire.
( 08/02/2011 )


SportScotland to assist to help secure future of North East Ski Centres
Dr Nanette Milne, Conservative MSP for the North East and Shadow Minister for Sport has welcomed the positive support which she has received from SNP Sports Minister Shona Robison MSP to help secure the future of both North East Ski Centres at Huntly and Alford. Dr Milne wrote to Ms Robison expressing her concern for the future of both North East Ski Centres and called on the SNP Sports Minister to look at what support the Scottish Government can give to secure the future running costs of the centres.
( 01/02/2011 )


MSP concern for future of Westhill Delivery Office
Nanette Milne, Conservative MSP for the North East has written to Royal Mail to express her concern following news that the Royal Mail’s Westhill Delivery Office at the Westhill Industrial Estate could close.
( 31/01/2011 )


MSP calls for cross-party summit on broadband
Nanette Milne, Conservative MSP for the North East has called on the Scottish Government to look at the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly broadband project, which has brought together Cornwall Council and BT to deliver 100 per cent coverage of faster broadband cost effectively through a network that will be open to all communications providers equally, which will potentially benefit more than 10,000 businesses.
( 28/01/2011 )


Inveramsay Bridge – First Minister has 100 days to keep pledge
Nanette Milne, Conservative MSP for the North East has written to the First Minister asking for a date when he will deliver on his pledge to address the notorious Inveramsay Bridge on the A96.
( 25/01/2011 )


Scottish Conservatives pledge £10m for cancer drugs
Scottish Conservatives are today committing up to £10m of NHS spending for a Scottish Cancer Drugs Fund. This proposal mirrors action taken by the UK Government to provide up to £200m per year for England and Wales, to increase access to cancer drugs recommended by doctors.
( 18/01/2011 )


Milne urges protection of frontline policing in Grampian
Nanette Milne, Conservative MSP for the North East has called for greater local accountability and protecting front line policing to be at the heart of any reorganisation of police structure.
( 18/01/2011 )


SNP test on road funding
Nanette Milne, Conservative MSP for the North East has called on SNP Ministers to ensure a fair share of funding for North East Councils.
( 14/01/2011 )


Milne calls for snow gate webcams for A93
Nanette Milne, Conservative MSP for the North East and Braemar resident has written to Transport Scotland, Aberdeenshire Council and the Cairngorms National Park Authority to seek approval for a new traffic webcam to be installed on the A93 at the Braemar snow gate. Nanette Milne MSP has been contacted by residents and skiers who are frustrated that there currently is limited information about the A93 on the Traffic Scotland website.
( 12/01/2011 )

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NANETTE WELCOMES ABOYNE LADIES PROBUS CLUB TO HOLYROOD
( 17/03/2011 )
Nanette Milne, Scottish Conservative MSP for the North East welcomed member of the Aboyne Ladies Probus Club to the Scottish Parliament on Thursday.
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MSP WELCOMES ABOYNE & UPPER DEESIDE ROTARY CLUB TO HOLYROOD
( 10/03/2011 )
MSP WELCOMES ABOYNE & UPPER DEESIDE ROTARY CLUB TO HOLYROOD
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Cancelling fuel duty increase will help North East families and businesses
( 03/03/2011 )
North East Conservative MSP, Nanette Milne as called for the planned fuel duty increase – left on the incoming UK Government’s books by the last Labour Government – to be cancelled.
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