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North-east residents advised not to travel from outside Stonehaven to Fireballs display this Hogmanay
The organiser of a popular north-east Hogmanay celebration has advised people from outside the town not to make plans to attend its display.
Council bosses have admitted painting a town hall’s toilets ahead of a televised north-east Hogmanay celebration – despite plans to soon rip them out.
A capacity crowd packed the streets of Stonehaven to welcome in the new year at the annual Fireballs procession.
Stonehaven's Fireballs will be beamed into homes across the nation tomorrow night.
The iconic Stonehaven Hogmanay Fireballs will be sponsored for the fourth year in a row by a local housebuilder.
Thousands packed the streets of Stonehaven for the town’s annual Hogmanay fireball show Our photographers were out in the harbour town capturing the moment. Do you or anyone you recognise featured in our gallery?
Crowds were once again dazzled by the north-east’s most popular Hogmanay celebration.
Fireworks, fireballs and some high-energy piping are set to bring in 2019 at events across the north-east.
One of the North-east’s most popular Hogmanay celebrations enjoyed another standout year, with thousands of people flocking to see Stonehaven’s world-famous Fireballs.
A blazing Hogmanay spectacle is expected to be one of the busiest events yet, according to organisers.
It is one of the longest-standing Hogmanay traditions but one Stonehaven Fireball swinger is due to take part for the 56th time.
Residents across the North-east will bring in the New Year with a bang.
A TOWN was far from blue as it welcomed in the New Year with an iconic pop band and traditional fireball parade.