Bill Forsyth’s international hit film Local Hero put Aberdeenshire firmly on the map in the 1980s.
Bill Forsyth’s international hit film Local Hero had a massive impact on Aberdeenshire in the 1980s.
Proposals for a mobile phone mast in an iconic north-east village have been earmarked for approval by planners.
Controversial plans to erect a 26ft high mobile phone mast at a famous village are facing growing opposition from residents.
The cast and crew of a musical version of the 1983 film Local Hero have visited arguably its biggest star, Pennan.
Could you live without phone signal? This north-east community are concerned by proposals of a new phone mast
Pennan has long been branded a “not spot” because of a lack of quality mobile coverage in the coastal community.
Plans have been unveiled to build a new mast in a north-east village to address a mobile phone “not spot”.
A bid has been launched to sell a boat owned by a late north-east harbour master.
A trust has launched plans to create a cafe to help pay for the upkeep of the iconic harbour at Pennan.
The hotel immortalised by the Burt Lancaster film Local Hero will close its doors for what could be the final time in August.
Filmmaker Bill Forsyth is turning his classic film Local Hero into a musical, 35 years after it was released in the cinema.
The harbour master at the north-east's Local Hero village has been found dead near his seafront bothy in the tiny port.
A Moray mum who helped raise £100,000 for cancer charities, following her daughter's diagnosis with the illness, has been chosen to attend the opening of the Scottish Parliament as a guest of honour.
Moray MSP Richard Lochhead has launched an appeal for a "local hero" to attend a special ceremony at Holyrood.
The chance to snap up a house which sits above one of Scotland's most iconic beaches - made famous by the film "Local Hero" - is up for grabs.
The star of one of Scotland's best loved films will be in Aberdeenshire this weekend to discuss his life's work.
A north-east pub made famous for its role in a hit movie has been put on the market for offers of over £400,000.
It is Scotland's most famous telephone box, but the kiosk in the village of Pennan is no longer ready for its close-up.