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Police warning as Chinese and Asian Aberdonians targeted in crime spree  Police are urging Chinese and Asian families in Aberdeen to stay alert with thieves targeting their houses for robberies.
GALLERY: Classic cars cruise to Brodie Castle  As the clouds cleared bright and early on Sunday morning, Brodie Castle near Forres was a hub of activity as classic cars and bikes from around the north-east gathered to take part ...
New 7.5 mile stretch of the AWPR finally opens  A 7.5 mile stretch of the Aberdeen bypass has finally opened to traffic today.
Unite calls for investigation amid claims of Culzean NRB threat  Offshore union Unite has called for an investigation into claims of blacklisting threats at one of the UK’s biggest gas fields.
Aberdeen Airport £2 drop-off period reduced to 10 minutes  Bosses at Aberdeen Airport have reduced the amount of time drivers are allowed to spend in the drop-off zone to just 10 minutes.
Fine handed to Tain man who entered Inverness nightclub with knife-like tool in wallet  A keen fisherman forgot he had a knife-like tool in his wallet when he went to an Inverness nightclub.
Protest over plans to remove play equipment from Keith park  The chairwoman of a regeneration group yesterday hit out at council plans to remove play equipment from a beloved Moray park which was funded by the community.
Drug dealer jailed for five years for being found in possession of prohibited stun gun  A north-east drug dealer has been jailed for five years after being found in possession of a disguised stun gun following a raid on his...
NHS Grampian drafts in immunisation specialists after vaccination rates plummet  A north-east health board has drafted in dedicated immunisation specialists to help protect babies after vaccination rates plummeted.
Golf star Paul Lawrie puts £2.2m Deeside mansion on the market  Aberdeen Open champion Paul Lawrie has put his luxury mansion – which comes complete with bespoke golf facilities amid its three-acre grounds – on the market for...
Land at Dunnet Head gifted to RSPB Scotland  Two fields at the most northerly point on mainland Britain have been gifted to bird charity RSPB Scotland.
Heritage projects praised for driving empty units in Moray town centre to six-year low  It may have divided opinion when it first appeared in Elgin but the Dandy Lion is now being hailed as one of the drivers behind a...
Public urged to have say on safety improvements on notorious north-east road  North-east residents are being urged to have a say on how crashes can be drastically reduced on a dangerous north-east road.
North-east man jailed for 22 months after attacking woman with stick  A man was jailed for 22 months yesterday after attacking a woman with a stick and assaulting police officers.
Highland nursery celebrates contribution from its multicultural attendees  For a wee nursery in a Highland town, they have a remarkable spread of pupils.
North man had recently passed driving test when police caught him doing over 100mph on A9  Farm worker Hamish Smith had recently passed his test when police caught him doing over 100mph on the A9.
Probe launched after crewman dies on north-east vessel  A major probe is under way after a man died and four others were taken to hospital following an incident onboard a north-east fishing vessel.
Aberdeen hospital patient threatened doctor with abduction, assault and rape  A hospital patient threatened to bundle a female doctor into the boot of his car and hold her hostage in a cage for days before raping her.
MSP to visit north-east super jail as part of charity project  A local politician will visit the region’s super jail as part of a project to highlight the plight of inmate’s loved ones.
Former RGU boss hits out at board over handling of leadership crisis  A former senior official at Robert Gordon University has criticised the board for the way it has responded to its leadership crisis.
Firm given go-ahead to build 85 new homes and three shops on Countesswells housing estate  A building firm has been given consent to build 85 new homes and create three shops on the new Countesswells housing estate in Aberdeen.
Jobs at risk as Aberdeen and Inverness Homebase stores earmarked for closure  Dozens of north and north-east Homebase staff could lose their jobs as their stores have been earmarked for closure.
Plans lodged for car park to keep Harry Potter fans safe in Highland village  Traffic-besieged residents of a tiny Highland village have lodged plans for what they believe is a potentially life-saving car park for their...
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