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  Police have been called to a three car crash on a busy Aberdeen road this afternoon.
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  Caley Thistle striker John Baird has joined Championship rivals Morton on an emergency loan until the end of the season.
  Skye police have signalled their delight after one of their "friends" won a Brit Award - former One Direction star...
  A body was discovered my Police on a former railway line in Aberdeen this morning.
  Under 12s will go free at next month’s IRN-BRU Cup final between Dumbarton and Inverness Caledonian Thistle at McDiarmid Park in Perth.
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  Police have charged a man in connection with an alleged assault and robbery in the Torry area of Aberdeen yesterday evening.
  An oil worker had to be airlifted from a North Sea platform and taken to Shetland yesterday after falling ill.
  Ellon-based engineering firm Power Jacks is relocating to purpose-built facilities elsewhere in Aberdeenshire after one of its best years ever.
  Neale Cooper insists attack is the best form of defence as Aberdeen try to end their poor run against Celtic this weekend.
  A 29-year-old man has been charged following an alleged assault and robbery at an Aberdeen store.
  Tragic toddler Clyde Campbell was neglected for months before his death after police, social workers and Named Persons all “missed” various...
  The prime minister has announced a fresh review of pregnancy test Primodos will take place.
  Lloyds Banking Group has delivered a £3.2billion bumper payout for investors and handed its boss a £6.4million pay package after reporting a record annual profits haul.
  Aberdeenshire-based charity Netco has launched a public survey on plans for a multimillion pound outdoor recreation centre at Durris Forest.
  A man standing trial for alleged terrorism offences has mental health issues, a court heard yesterday.
  FirstGroup shares plunged 12% to 84.4p after a profit warning from the company yesterday.
  Aberdeen’s Paul Lawrie is relishing his return to the Qatar Masters.
  A community project in the Highlands has been awarded over £200,000 to preserve the only patch of deciduous woodland left in the area.
  An organisation set up to transform the fortunes of Peterhead town centre plans to hold a major event to showcase the area.
  A sheep gave north-east emergency crews the run around yesterday after deciding to take a lunchtime walk into Fraserburgh.
  Council bosses have pledged to crack down on fly tipping by improving the ways in which the public can report it to them and building up a map of hot spots.
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