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  Police are appealing for a missing Lochaber woman to let them know she is safe.
  Award winning American novelist Alison Lurie was best known for her titles The War Between the Tates and Foreign Affairs.
  Snowmen of all shapes and sizes have started appearing in windows across the north and north-east as part of the P&J's Christmas campaign.
  Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has written to the UK Government seeking urgent changes to rules for exporting sheep to Northern Ireland after Brexit.
  A long-awaited replacement for a crumbling 18th century bridge linking Moray and Aberdeenshire has been recommended for approval.
  As NFU Scotland (NFUS) president Andrew McCornick’s term of office draws to a conclusion, his frustration and anger at the Scottish Government’s lack of...
  Communities across the north and north-east have been warned to be on their guard against flooding after freezing conditions ...
  Andy Considine believes qualifying for next season’s Champions League is a realistic target for Aberdeen.
  A new land agency business for the north of Scotland will launch on Monday.
  A community group fears the removal of divisive social distancing measures from a north-east town centre could put some people off...
  Preparation work is to begin this month on a massive tree planting project aimed at stabilising a hillside around a notorious road...
  Police staged drugs raids in the far north as officers launched a two-week crackdown in a region blighted by tragedy.
  Bosses at Rotech Subsea are celebrating big contracts in the Asia-Pacific region and looking to re-establish a foothold in...
  Lady Claire Macdonald shares a chilled version of the traditional Christmas dessert.
  A north-east food bank has delivered 15 tonnes of essential supplies to those in need with the help of a new electric bike.
  Farmers and environmentalists have joined forces to beg the Scottish Government to show leadership and clear messaging on the future...
  Argyll and Bute Council is poised to cut dozens of jobs as it battles a £6 million budget gap next year.
  Plans for nearly 170 affordable homes on the edge of an Aberdeen suburb could be approved next week, despite concerns the community is...
  Shetland fishing boats are being asked to collect samples of herring caught around the islands during the winter and spring so they can be genetically identified.
  The organisation representing agritourism in Scotland has launched a plea to politicians and officials for greater sector recognition amid continuing Covid-19 uncertainty.
  An ambitious biomining space experiment involving Scots scientists could help pave the way for living on other worlds.
  Caley Thistle moved fourth in the Championship courtesy of an excellent 3-0 win over Queen of the South at Palmerston.
  It was going to take much more than a global pandemic to stop Andrea Richmond from getting her masters degree in chemical...
  When John McAteer got his first degree from Aberdeen University, Margaret Thatcher was in Number 10 and Donald Trump was little more...
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