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  A man who died after a crash on the A9 near Aviemore yesterday has been named by police as Norbert Palfi, from Kingussie.
  Police in Forth Valley will tomorrow be conducting further patrols on the A82, between the Bridge of Orchy and Tyndrum areas, as part of the ongoing search for a ...
  A powerful watchdog has warned that the future of lifeline ferry services to the islands could be in doubt due to soaring costs.
  BP chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg has announced plans to step down from the oil major. Mr Svanberg, who took up the role in January 2010, will remain until a successor can be...
  All beef produced in Scotland could soon be DNA tested to guarantee the authenticity of the Scotch Beef brand, Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) revealed yesterday.
  Farmers participating in the Scottish Government’s £45million Beef Efficiency Scheme (BES) are likely to receive their first support payments this month.
  Plans for a massive building project which could increase the size of a north-east village have been lodged with Aberdeenshire Council.
  Support is growing for a reduced speed limit on a busy north-east road to be made permanent.
  A house fire which killed an Aberdeen mother is not being treated as suspicious, police said today.
  A primary school teacher and a football development officer won the prestigious Silver Pendant competition at the Mod yesterday afternoon.
  A well-known conductor is hoping to help raise the roof – and retain a prestigious trophy – when he appears at the Mod on Friday.
  A young clarsach player found the time for a walk up Ben Nevis the day before her competition.
  It’s been a busy time for Alasdair MacMhuirich from Islay as he qualified for the men’s Mod Gold Medal yesterday morning.
  A local family were glad they interrupted their holiday in the Lake District to attend the Mod, for young Holly Dodman, one of the youngest clarsach players...
  People are being given the chance to see 20 decorated anchor sculptures together for the first time in Aberdeen.
  A pioneering world first that could herald a new era for renewable energy generation roared into life yesterday.
  A restoration artist who worked on the Sistine Chapel in Rome is coming to Orkney next month to keep one of the islands’ main tourist attractions in perfect condition.
  A 37-year-old man from the Kingussie area was killed in a collision with a HGV on the A9 yesterday.
  A driver who slapped a police officer on the face after a breath test showed her to be almost eight times the legal drink driving limit avoided a jail...
  At the ripe old age of 103, it must be getting difficult to achieve many “firsts”.
  Absent Moray MP Douglas Ross was shown a red card at prime minister’s questions for officiating at a football match instead of attending a welfare debate.
  Fears have been raised that a wrangle over land ownership could delay the opening of a new school in Elgin even further.
  Water at three primary schools in Moray remains contaminated with lead following attempts to fix the problem.
  A final opening date for a long-awaited hospital car park has still not been set – despite the facility being due to open last month.
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