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Aberdeen council bosses authorise three undercover operations in three months this year  Aberdeen council bosses authorised three undercover operations in three months this year to crack down on counterfeit goods and disabled...
Highland hotel support inspirational journey of former school teacher  A Highland hotel is lending their support to a former school teacher preparing to cycle more than 1,000 miles to raise awareness of debilitating head...
Inspectors praise north-east primary  A north-east primary school has been praised after its latest inspection.
Local pupils hit a high note with university successes  Three talented Aberdeen musicians are celebrating this week after being granted a place at their first-choice universities.
Moray pupils take part in unique challenge to promote tourism in the region  A group of Moray students have been challenged to come up with fresh ideas to attract more visitors to the region.
Drummers Corner regeneration work delayed until end of year  A key north-east regeneration project has been delayed until the end of the year.
Aberdeen man breaks court stay-at-home order to hunt for chihuahua  An Aberdeen man has been fined after he breached his curfew - to look for a missing chihuahua.
Record numbers enjoy Nuart spectacle  Record crowds thronged the streets of Aberdeen during the Easter weekend to visit the Nuart festival.
North Sea firm donates £10,000 to north-east biker charity to help them deliver vital medical supplies  A North Sea oil firm has set the wheels in motion to ensure a group of big-hearted bikers can continue to provide a...
Social work chiefs told to keep better eye on small scale Aberdeen spending  Social work chiefs have been urged to keep better track of their small-scale spending in criminal justice work in Aberdeen.
MacGregor keen to include remotely based supporters as Staggies chase double  Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor says the late rescheduling of Friday's potentially title-clinching game against Queen of the South prompted...
Man, 29, killed and two others seriously injured in two vehicle A96 crash  A 29-year-old man has died and two others have been seriously injured in a two vehicle crash on the A96 near Elgin.
Farming leaders express concern over drop in migrant workers  Farming leaders have demanded a post-Brexit immigration system that prioritises "as much free movement as possible" to maintain the vital flow of...
Job fears as TSB announces reduced opening hours across many north branches  The TSB bank announced that opening hours would be cut at branches across the north of Scotland yesterday.
Loganair announces new route from Inverness to the East Midlands  Scotland’s regional airline has launched new routes between Inverness and the East Midlands.
New audit of Aberdeen council contract handling finds failings  A shock new audit report into Aberdeen City Council’s handling of contracts has found the authority broke European law.
Helicopter called into help with Moray wildfire that has burned for more than 24 hours  Firefighters remained at the scene of a large wildfire last night more than 24 hours after the alarm was raised.
Duncan and Todd snaps up Black & Lizars sites  Duncan and Todd has become the largest independent optical provider in Scotland following the acquisition of nine branches from optometrist Black & Lizars.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes backs young Dons to deliver again at Ibrox  Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has challenged his young side to show their big game mentality when they try to close the gap on Rangers at Ibrox on Sunday.
Moray councillor attends just four meetings in a year but still takes home £16,900 salary  A Speyside councillor who has attended just four meetings in the last year while picking up his full £16,900 salary insists he is still...
Councils aim to make extra £1bn to plug funding gaps  Local authorities in the north and north-east will soon be raising more than £1 billion each year in extra revenue as they hike charges and fees to help plug funding gaps.
Trial hears of cigarette ash row before brother suffered knife wound in leg  A Balintore man slashed his brother’s leg with a Stanley knife in a row over cigarette ash on the floor and threatened to cut his sibling’s throat, a...
Aberdeen police officer warned he faces jail has sentence delayed again following dispute  A disgraced police officer, who has been warned he could be sent to jail, will have to wait to learn his fate after his case was delayed ...
Three face attempted murder charges following weekend incident in Aberdeen city centre  Two teenage boys and a 20-year-old woman have been charged with attempted murder following a disturbance in the centre of Aberdeen.
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