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In Pictures: The one-off motor which has been a labour of love for this north-east man  If gleaming motors fresh off the factory floor are more your thing, then look away now.
Where to get your (Highland) game on this summer  Every summer from mid-May through until mid-September, more than 60 Highland games are held under the auspices of the Scottish Highland Games Association. These games are spread ...
A musical trip through Edinburgh with the Sunshine on Leith cast and crew  Bring your singing voices and get ready to stamp your feet as West Yorkshire Playhouse brings back Sunshine on Leith in a shiny new production.
Man and woman to appear in court in relation to thefts in Moray and Inverness  A 42 year-old man and a 33 year-old women have been charged following a number of thefts across the Highlands.
Aberdeen University Graduations 2018: A return to Stornoway for this mechanical engineering student  The highlight of Gordon Maclennan’s time at university was playing for the football society in Prague.
Shamed ex-minister Mark McDonald to be suspended from the Scottish Parliament  Holyrood's Standards Committee has recommended that shamed Aberdeen MSP Mark McDonald be suspended from the Scottish Parliament without pay for...
Scottish musician makes his way to Stornoway for third Hebcelt apperance  Scottish singer-songwriter Roddy Woomble is making his way out west to headline the Hebridean Celtic Festival for the third time.
Red meat sector investment will future-proof operations  The Scottish red meat sector is weathering the storm of Brexit uncertainty and investing for the future.
Aberdeen bed shop bought over by long-standing employee  An Aberdeen bed shop has been bought over by a long-standing employee after the owner and founder decided to retire after almost 40 years.
Lifeboat pulls fishing vessel to safety after 11-hour rescue mission  A fishing boat was towed to safety during a rescue mission that lasted nearly 11 hours.
Painting returns to north-east castle after popular stint at Dutch exhibition  A north-east castle has welcomed back an 18th Century painting, which will once again adorn its walls.
Shell hoping impact of decommissioning project will be felt far beyond Brent  In the year since the Brent Delta platform came ashore for dismantling, its past and present owners have found there isn’t much that can’t be reused...
Banff locals encouraged to get outdoors to help watersports group celebrate 15th anniversary  Residents of a north-east town are being encouraged to get outdoors to help a watersports group celebrate its 15th anniversary.
Scottish Water issue appeal to Stornoway residents after dry spell across the north  It is traditionally one of the wetter parts of the country.
More than £70,000 worth of dangerous phone chargers taken off Aberdeen streets  More than £70,000 worth of dangerous phone chargers and travel adapters have been seized in Aberdeen.
Centre stage for the sacrist with 16 years service under his belt as he is awarded Master of Aberdeen University  He knows the graduation routine by heart, after sitting through more than 250 ceremonies and gowning nearly...
Man who defrauded authorities of almost £50,000 spared prison slapped with fine and community payback order  A man who defrauded the authorities of almost £50,000 was spared prison at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Wednesday when the ...
Fishing memorial in Aberdeen city centre to be unveiled next week  A new memorial dedicated to Aberdonians who worked in the city’s important fishing industry is to be unveiled next week
Alternative vision for Rubislaw Quarry receives backing from award-winning architect  An architect’s alternative vision for Rubislaw Quarry has received backing from an award-winning and internationally renowned designer.
Poppyscotland centre in Inverness renamed to mark fifth anniversary  A charity’s welfare centre in the Highland capital has celebrated its fifth anniversary with a new name.
Lack of garden ponds creates decline in frog sightings  People in Scotland have been urged to introduce a pond or pool to their garden after a new study revealed toad and frog sightings have decreased.
Partner steps down as daughter takes over role at Aberdein and Considine  A senior partner at a north-east law firm is to step down, handing his role over to his daughter.
Top human rights lawyer takes on case of former Black Watch sniper convicted of killing Bangladeshi waiter in Orkney restaurant  A top human rights lawyer has taken on the case of former Black Watch sniper Michael Ross –...
Home economic and arts teachers drafted in to help after Dyce Academy left without technical teacher for three years  An Aberdeen secondary school has had no technical education teachers for three years.
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