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North breeders to fore at Stirling Bull Sales  Breeders from the north led the charge in the Simmental show ring at the Stirling Bull Sales yesterday.
Limousins sell to 50,000gn  Limousin bulls sold to a top of 50,000gn at the breed’s show and sale at Carlisle on Saturday, where 108 bulls levelled at £6,372.36 and 15 broke the five-figure bracket.
Community trust formally completes buyout of former Skye Bridge toll building  A community trust has taken ownership of the former Skye Bridge toll building.
PIRC rules that police were entitled to use Taser in case involving Aberdeen man  The Police Investigations and Review Commissioner has ruled that officers were justified in using a taser when confronted with a man "with a ...
Police launch appeal after 15 vehicles get tyres slashed overnight  Police in Fort William are appealing for information after a number of vehicles were vandalised in the Upper Achintore area of the town.
John Lawrie Group announces £5m decommissioning base in Dundee  Aberdeen-headquartered John Lawrie Group has announced it will set up a £5 million decommissioning base at the Port of Dundee.
Lifelong restriction order for man who committed catalogue of abuse against young children and adults in north-east  A man who committed a catalogue of abuse against young children and adults over more than 40 years has today...
Five fire crews tasked to water rescue as child found in the water near Garve  Five fire crews and personnel from the police and ambulance service were all tasked this morning, after reports were received of a child in the...
Police appeal for witnesses after crash on Stornoway leaves motorcyclist with serious injuries  Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious crash on the Western Isles.
Aberdeen Citizens Advice Bureau seeking new volunteers in its 80th year  Aberdeen’s Citizens Advice Bureau celebrates its 80th birthday this year and its members will enjoy their annual staff and volunteer dinner on Thursday.
Doric at the centre of new documentary made by Aberdeen University  North-east Scots, usually known as ‘the Doric’ or ‘Toonser’ has been the subject of a new documentary, made by the University of Aberdeen’s Elphinstone...
Woman dies in hospital three days after crash on a Highland road  A woman has died following a crash on the A835 near Conon Bridge last Wednesday.
Man charged in relation to alleged wilful fireraising following basement fire at Aberdeen flat  A man has been charged in relation to alleged wilful fireraising after a fire in Aberdeen at the weekend.
Aberdeen law students to help social workers at risk of being struck off  A group of north-east law students will offer free advice to social workers who have been taken to tribunal and face the risk of being struck off by...
From leeches to modern medicine: Woolmanhill Hospital through the years  For centuries Woolmanhill operated as a major hospital in the city, from treating patients with leeches to cutting-edge modern medicine medicine.
Bill for £3,500 to repair vandalism to Fraserburgh Academy  Scarce council resources are being ploughed into north-east schools to repair the wanton damage caused by vandals.
Relatives of Aberdeen sailors needed for memorial project  Residents of a North Yorkshire village are appealing for help in their efforts to create a poignant memorial for sailors lost at sea.
Family of dead Petrofac founder hit out at bribery accusations  The family of dead Petrofac founder Maroun Semaan have hit out at what they see as an attempt to shift blame in the recent bribery scandal to engulf the firm.
A celebration of diversity as Oban Pride is launched  A celebration of the diversity within a west Highland town is being organised to help promote equality for the LGBT community.
Robert Gordon University to open up almost 200 graduate apprenticeships  An Aberdeen university will open up almost 200 new graduate apprenticeship places as part of efforts to improve work-based learning in the north-east.
Moray musical prodigy calls for council to backtrack on music tuition fees increase  A talented jazz musician who first developed his talent at school in Moray has urged the authority to rethink plans to increase tuition fees.
Aberdeen researchers hope to prevent diabetes  Scientists from Aberdeen University are hoping to find a way to prevent or postpone the onset of Type 2 Diabetes.
Focus on Kessock Bridge in hunt for 69-year-old  A major search operation took place at the weekend in an effort to find a 69-year-old Inverness man.
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