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  Take a dive into the world of Funbox Kevin Macleod gets to spend his working days acting like a big kid. One of the creative members of Funbox, he spends his days thinking up...
  An award-winning Highland brewery has set up a new base in Kinloss after its original site in Nairn reached production capacity. Four jobs are being created by the WooHaa...
  The Far East’s largest seafood trade event is taking place this week and a record number of Scottish firms are taking part. Seasoned exhibitors, including Peterhead-based trio the Crab...
  Increased incentives, designed to persuade council house tenants in Moray to downsize, have failed to boost housing stock. Cash payments to residents were boosted earlier this ...
  A north-east community group, which won a new minibus in a Press and Journal competition, has racked up 5,500 miles on the vehicle in the last year. The Keith and Strathisla ...
  A woman was arrested in the wake of a fire at an Inverness flat on Monday evening. A block of flats was evacuated for more than an hour after the incident in the ground floor of the...
  A fault with the signalling system is causing delays for passengers travelling between Aberdeen and the Highland capital. ScotRail said disruption on the line is expected...
  Police are currently in attendance at a crash on an Aberdeen street. The emergency services were called to the scene of the two vehicle collision on Middlefield Place just...
  Ambitious, multimillion-pound plans to create a “world-class” dolphin-watching centre in Aberdeen are set to be backed by the council. The Granite City is renowned as the only major ...
  Motorists have been advised of the upcoming closure of a “well-used” Aberdeen commuter route due to the city bypass scheme. A section of the C89C road between the Chapel of Stoneywood...
  School bus services in the north could be disrupted this morning after it is understood a contractor went out of business. Highland Council issued a warning to parents...
  An Aberdeen businessman forced to close one of his nurseries due to a huge soar in business rates was delighted that they could soon be exempt from charges. Graham...
  Opponents last night claimed the Barclay review does not go far enough to support the hospitality and retail industry. The Scottish Government doubled the large...
  A one-year delay on rates being charged for new buildings or extensions has been recommended by the Barclay review. Group review chairman Ken Barclay suggested the creation of a...
  A major review has called for private schools, universities and council leisure facilities to be liable for Scottish business rates...
  The starting pistol has been fired on a long-awaited kidney treatment centre for Aberdeenshire patients. Yesterday, a sod-cutting ceremony was held at the renal dialysis...
  A north-east village hotel will be resurrected as a five-star retreat after councillors backed a renovation scheme. Plans to redevelop the Udny Arms in Newburgh had been...
  The rise of foodbanks across Scotland has been one of the most widely-publicised phenomena of recent years. Many people across the north and north-east of the country are...
  The Scottish and Welsh first ministers have agreed to work together on amendments to the Brexit repeal Bill which they said is an “unashamed move to centralise decision-making power in ...
  Campaigners have called for a new railway bridge in the west of Elgin as the town braces itself for overnight closures on a “vital” route. The crossing over the tracks on New...
  Police have named the motorcyclist killed in a crash on the A82 in Lochaber at the weekend. Adam Johnston from Bo’ness in West Lothian was travelling north on an...
  An underage girl was showered with inappropriate gifts including lingerie during a 10-year ordeal of abuse by an older man. Ian Highton, 54, started his campaign when his...
  Sounds hauntingly reminiscent of World War II rang out on the Nairnshire coastline last night as bomb disposal experts rendered a series of wartime devices safe. The...
  A 33-year-old hillwalker died in Glen Coe yesterday. He was airlifted by the Inverness based Coastguard search and rescue helicopter after suddenly collapsing on his trek. “Police were ...
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