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Four avalanches strike Cairngorms in first weekend of season recording  The first avalanches of this winter have been recorded in Scotland's mountains.
Two men charged in connection with housebreaking incidents across Aberdeenshire  Two men aged 27 and 44 have been charged in relation to a number of theft by housebreaking offences in the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire areas during ...
Man with links to Aberdeen and Inverness reported missing in Edinburgh  A man with links to the Aberdeen and Inverness areas has been reported missing in Edinburgh.
Man found dead in a burn at Carnoustie named as Tayside police officer  A man found dead in a burn beside Carnoustie's famous golf course was a serving police officer, force bosses said today.
Tributes paid to police officer found dead in Burn  A man found dead in a burn beside Carnoustie's famous golf course was a serving police officer, force bosses said today.
Kuwaitis to sell 43% stake in North Sea infrastructure in multi-million pound deal  Kuwait’s sovereign wealth fund has announced it will sell a 43.1% stake in North Sea infrastructure in a multi-million pound deal.
Lobster Telephone goes on display at Scottish National Gallery  Yes you read that right - a lobster telephone is to go on display at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art this week.
Ramsay Jones: Most of our representatives have failed us  As I sit poised over my keyboard, this normally mild mannered and reasonable man is angry and the end of his tether is nigh. Who is finding it hard to extend feelings of ...
Plans to turn former supermarket site in Aberdeen into car dealership  Plans to turn a former supermarket site in Aberdeen into a car dealership have taken a step forward.
Aberdeenshire man has dream come true as he sings with Sharleen Spiteri  It's not every day you get to perform with your favourite band, but for this Texas fan he got his wish.
Climber dies after fall on Ben Nevis  Police in Lochaber can confirm that a 21-year-old man has died following a fall while climbing on Ben Nevis.
Heroin valued at £1200 recovered in New Elgin  Heroin with an estimated street value of £1200 has been recovered following a drugs recovery at an address in the Bezack Street area of New Elgin.
Plexus buys stake in Stonehaven-based engineering firm for £735k  Oil well technology firm Plexus Holdings has bought 49% of Kincardine Manufacturing Services (KMS) for £735,000.
Exceed back in black thanks to investment during downturn  Hefty investment during the downturn has paid off for Exceed as the Aberdeen-headquartered well management specialist returned to the black.
Magic carpet brings relief to sick kids in hospital  An Inverness mum has spoken of her delight at being able to provide relief to sick kids at Raigmore Hospital’s Children’s Ward through the donation of an £8,000 magic carpet.
Seven goal thriller as Inverurie Locos too powerful for Turriff United  Chris Angus netted five goals as Inverurie Locos cruised to a 7-0 victory against Turriff United.
Santa helped me unwrap a dementia puzzle  I know it's wrong to blame Santa, but I had just bumped into him on a train and now I was stressed out over a children's puzzle of all things.
Elgin City have keeper calamity in 4-1 defeat against Edinburgh  Elgin City midfielder Rabin Omar scored what could well have been one of the most bizarre goals of his career but in the end it counted for nothing as the Black...
Aberdeenshire road closed following crash  Part of the A97 is closed this morning following a multiple-vehicle collision.
Orkney residents come together for Christmas Day meal  Dozens of residents in Orkney are preparing to come together this Christmas day to celebrate the yuletide season as a "family".
Archaeologists officially record ancient stone circle in north-east farm  An ancient stone circle that has remained unknown to archaeologists for thousands of years has been officially recognised.
Shop tills ring out as Christmas shopping frenzy begins  The tills of shopping centres in the north and north-east were jingling yesterday as customers rushed to get last-minute Christmas gifts.
Signalling faults cause major disruption to train services across north of Scotland  Commuter chaos as signalling faults at Perth have knock-on effect to Inverness and Aberdeen services.
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