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Two fire crews attending to reports of a shed on fire in Invergordon  Two fire crews are in attendance at a fire in Invergordon after a fire in a shed has reportedly spread to a house.
Aberdeen golfer Richie Ramsay retains European Tour card after top-15 finish at Valderrama Masters  Richie Ramsay held his nerve in the final six holes of the Valderrama Masters to retain his European Tour card for next season.
Second man arrested in connection with alleged robberies at two Aberdeen bookmakers  A second man has been arrested in connection with alleged robberies at two Aberdeen bookmakers.
Our pick of the best pictures from Stirling Bull Sales  Pedigree beef cattle breeders and commercial farmers from across the UK and Ireland gathered at United Auctions in Stirling for the world-famous Stirling Bull Sales.
Michael Smith: How to turn an every day type of fish and Scottish strawberries into dishes of desire  Hake is delicious, inexpensive and under-used in this country, although widely available in any good fishmongers.
Breeders enjoy showing success at Stirling Bull Sales  Pedigree cattle breeders and commercial farmers from across the UK and Ireland gathered at United Auctions in Stirling yesterday for the first day of the Stirling Bull...
Police name woman killed in tragic crash at Trump north-east golf course  Police have confirmed the name of a woman who died following a one-car crash at the Trump golf course.
Review: Far Far from Ypres at Eden Court, Inverness  Susan Welsh saw Far, Far from Ypres at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
Appeal after sum of money stolen during break-in at Wick church  Caithness police are appealing for information after a low three-figure sum was stolen from a church in the Wick area.
Move into your new home before Christmas with Claymore Homes  Looking to move into a brand new home before Christmas? Claymore Homes has two houses in theirGreenacres development that will be ready for entry before December 25.
Work underway on major Great Glen water investment  The first phase of a £21 million project which will provide a single, improved water supply for Scottish Water customers in Fort Augustus and Glenmoriston is underway.
Two-vehicle road traffic collision on Skye  Fire crews attended a two-vehicle road traffic collision on Skye this afternoon.
Review: Bad Touch rock Inverness with an all-action performance  Dougie Burns saw Bad Touch on their Shake a Leg Tour at the Ironworks, Inverness.
Police trace two north-east women reported missing  Police have traced two missing people from the north-east area.
OGA gives BP thumbs up for west of Shetland oil project  The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has given BP permission to go after 20 million barrels of oil at a field west of Shetland.
Grammar in need of change in fortunes after fourth defeat in a row  Aberdeen Grammar crashed to a fourth consecutive defeat on National League 1 duty at home to Border side Gala.
Positives in everything as Caley Thistle secure a point against Dundee United  Caley Thistle are likely to look upon their 1-1 draw with rejuvenated Dundee United as a point gained rather than two dropped come the end of the...
Staggies take top spot after digging deep for vital victory  It remains to be seen whether Saturday’s victory becomes a landmark moment in a season of great success for Ross County, but the 90 minutes were certainly...
First-half failings against Hearts put Dons on back foot for semi-final  Aberdeen will head into their Betfred Cup semi-final with Rangers as a bottom-half side after a disappointing 2-1 slide against Hearts.
Scottish Government U-turns on Saudi Arabia trade scheme following killing of journalist  The Scottish Government has U-turned on plans to recruit a trade specialist to drive up business between Saudi Arabia and domestic energy ...
Traffic delays expected during work on A82 and A9  People travelling on the A82 in Inverness and the A9 are being warned to expect some delays over the coming days and weeks.
Charity calls on Scottish Government to do more for stroke victims  A new report has laid bare the plight of people who fall victim to strokes, chest and heart conditions.
Concerns raised about vet capacity in absence of Brexit deal  A no-deal Brexit could increase the demand for export health certificates by an estimated 150-300%, Michael Gove has said.
Secrets of Greyfriars Bobby graveyard revealed  It became the final resting place of Scotland’s most loyal dog and was often looted by nefarious body snatchers throughout the 19th century.
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