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  More than £5 million of council tax owed to Aberdeen City Council went uncollected last year - but the authority says rates are improving.
  An environmentalist is set to be the first person to paddleboard from one end of Britain to the other - and will pick up plastic pollution from...
  Dean Campbell had a watching brief in his first Hampden Park game as Aberdeen lost out to Motherwell in the...
  North-east entrepreneur Alastair Storey has topped a list of the most powerful people in the UK hospitality industry for a second time.
  An organisation in Orkney has been awarded thousands of pounds to help rebuild a drystone wall used to protect a rare breed of sheep on the...
  The mother of a teenager, who killed herself after being physically and verbally abused at Aberdeen University, has welcomed a new Scottish Government...
  Prime Minister Theresa May has called on Nicola Sturgeon to reconsider her rejection of the Brexit Bill clause 11 amendments.
  An oil and gas company that supports an air ambulance charity has backed new £6 million plans to bring a new emergency helicopter to Aberdeen.
  Bikers are being urged to seek additional training with some of the country’s most experienced police motorcyclists in an effort to reduce the ...
  A small island between Orkney and Shetland is on course to enjoy a 24-hour electricity supply for the first time by the end of September.
  The number of Scottish firms reporting early stages of financial meltdown has rocketed by one-third, compared with a year ago, new figures show.
  A newly constructed bridge around eight miles west of Glenfinnan has opened to traffic following 10 months of construction works.
  Calls for the Scottish Government to intervene in the ongoing ferry disruption saga are being made by Western Isles Council.
  Heathryburn School pupils are celebrating after scooping first prize in a challenging maths competition.
  SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford would meet Donald Trump in the UK despite his reservations out of “respect” for his position.
  A closure-threatened outdoor adventure charity has been given a £10,000 cash boost.
  Rail services between Aberdeen and Inverness have been delayed following an incident on a northbound train.
  Scots have been taking sides online this afternoon after two of the nation's premier beer companies engaged in a Twitter spat.
  We were definitely having a better afternoon than our pal from Finland – in my humble opinion.
  Statoil said higher US production helped the Norwegian energy giant increase its first quarter profits by 12.3% to £3.25 billion.
  Police are on the hunt for a driver who failed to stop after hitting a nine-year-old boy on his bike on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
  A crofter has died on Berneray in the Western Isles while working alone in what appears to be a tragic accident.
  The Rosie Project author Graeme Simsion has teamed up with his wife, Anne Buist, for this charming novel about two very different people who keep bumping into...
  Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna is in the running for PFA Scotland's young player of the year award.
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