● Police appeal after Aberdeen medical practice vandalised An Aberdeen medical practice has been vandalised.
● Around 140 jobs could go as BT plans to shut New Telecom House in Aberdeen Around 140 jobs in Aberdeen could be lost under BT’s plans to close its building next to the railway station.
● Teen, 16, charged in connection with alleged wilful fire-raising in Aberdeen A teenager has been charged in connection with wilful fireraising in an Aberdeen community.
● Police appeal for information following robbery in Inverness Officers in the north are appealing for information following a report of a robbery in Inverness.
● First female Master Blender of the Year reveals the secrets of her success having just retained her crown Winning once was a huge honour, but winning twice in a row is "extremely special" says Dewar's master...
● Aberdeen bin collections returning to fortnightly service Bin collections will soon take place on a fortnightly basis for Aberdeen residents after months of rubbish being picked up by the council only every four weeks.
● Argyll and Bute transport services returning as restrictions ease Transport services in Argyll and Bute are starting to get back to normal as lockdown restrictions continue to ease.
● The former Aberdeen AAC runner who won Commonwealth and European gold, as well as bronze at 1972 Olympics Ian Stewart vividly recalls the momentous occasion when he sent a nation into raptures by winning one of the most iconic ...
● Former Aberdeen manager Alex Smith calls for reintroduction of Scottish Cup replays Former Aberdeen manager Alex Smith believes the SFA should reintroduce replays for this season’s Scottish Cup semi-finals and final.
● Police appeal after man indecently exposes himself to woman in Aberdeen Police in Aberdeen are appealing for information after a man indecently exposed himself to a woman in an Aberdeen community.
● Man charged following Aberdeen assault and robbery A man has been charged following an assault and robbery in Aberdeen.
● Aberdeen mum to launch healthy food school for kids Kirsty Fraser has revealed her plans to open the first dedicated cookery school of its kind in the north to help families with mealtimes and nutrition.
● Police seek witnesses and driver of Audi following serious crash on A9 Police in Inverness are seeking to speak to the driver of an Audi along with witnesses following a serious crash on the A9 at Inverness.
● Kevin McNaughton reveals shock and sympathy at Wigan Athletic plight as club highlights financial and ownership shortcomings of Championship life Their story has provoked outrage and disbelief, sympathy and urgency.
● Transfer window for Scottish clubs open from today until October 5 after FIFA approval The Scottish FA has confirmed the transfer window for clubs is now open and will not close until midnight on Monday, October 5.
● Changed format and scale likely for any 2021 Royal Highland Show Visitors to next year’s Royal Highland Show, if it is permitted to go ahead, are likely to see changes to its format and scale.
● The Very Rev Susan Brown: A difficult challenge to be welcomed Years ago, when the children were in primary school, they used to get on the school bus on the Black Isle and I would nip into Inverness for a swim.
● Tractor lessons to resume with testing to follow Scottish tractor driving lessons will restart next week and practical tests will take place again next month.
● Huge sports retailer coming to Aberdeen A huge sports retailer has announced plans to open a store in Aberdeen.
● Colin Smith looks back in anger at Scotland denied chance to shine on world stage It’s 15 years ago this week since Scotland’s cricketers triumphed in the ICC Trophy on a sun-drenched day in Dublin.
● Cromarty Firth oil rig complaints spike as downturn puts vessels out of work Complaints of the “blight” of oil rigs in the Cromarty Firth spiked over the last month as the industry downturn forced vessels out of work.
● The biggest mistakes that prevent us from losing weight and how to fix them Fitness and nutrition coach Stephen Clarke, star of a BBC Scotland show Secret Body, reveals the most common diet fails and how to get on the right...
● Helen Brown: Rude awakenings as Great Unsolicited Phone Call makes unwelcome return After my musings last week on the pros and cons of lockdown, another element to ponder upon struck me this week with some unwelcome force.
● Community groups benefit from Aboyne Highland Games donations The cancellation of next month’s Aboyne Highland Games has not prevented its organisers from continuing to distribute thousands of pounds to local community groups.