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  Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic are set to play Aberdeen's Music Hall as part of their upcoming UK tour.
  Rail passengers are experiencing delays and possible cancellations today due to an ongoing signal fault.
  The nights are starting to draw in and soon we’ll be winding back the time on clocks, all in the knowledge that winter is just around the corner.
  A new £100,000 project will highlight the north-east's hidden cultural gems and encourage visitors to venture off the beaten track.
  An Aberdeen charity has been praised by inspectors for the high quality of its care home service.
  Hundreds of new homes could be built across Aberdeenshire to meet demand if three separate projects are approved.
  A former councillor vying to be re-elected has called for a reduction in noise levels around an under-construction incinerator.
  The firm behind a now-closed Aberdeen chip shop has been accused of a string of food hygiene offences.
  A new club has been launched in Aberdeenshire, with its members already hard at work to improve their community.
  The Royal National Mod is leaving its mark on history with the appointment of a “new Bard”.
  North-east schools left disappointed by the cancellation of a the hugely popular Rock Challenge UK are being urged to sign up for an alternative event.
  Aberdeen academics have won a prestigious international award for making trials of new healthcare treatments more efficient.
  A Ballater pensioner has been banned from the roads for two years after being caught drink driving for a third time.
  The next generation of north-east health professionals have been trained up to administer a life-saving medication as part of efforts to reduce the ...
  A new home for a successful north-east men's shed will soon be taking shape within the grounds of a popular park.
  An investigation has been launched after rat poison was left in a popular Cairngorms bothy.
  A Moray businesswoman is aiming to recreate shopping from a bygone era in an attempt to reduce food waste and...
  Aberdeen are reluctant to rush Craig Bryson back to ease their midfield selection crisis.
  Angry shopkeepers have branded an area of Aberdeen’s historic city centre “a disgrace” and demanded more cash is pumped in.
  A stone circle will be closed to the public for a month to allow for tree-felling works to be undertaken.
  A £1.8million refurbishment of a busy Moray Bridge is to begin next week.
  Work to improve the road between Fort William and Inverness will take place next week.
  A north-east GP surgery has been commended for its approach to patients suffering chronic pain.
  There were tears of joy at Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall yesterday afternoon as two west coast singers triumphed in the Silver Pendant.
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