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Why does Scotland need its own stock exchange?  It has been almost 50 years since the Scottish Stock Exchange merged with the LSE, forcing the nation’s own trading platform to close its doors for what could have been the final...
Firm claims UK first on road of recycled plastic  Springfield Properties has claimed a UK first in the housebuilding industry by using waste plastic to build a road at one of its new developments.
Massive wildfires in Highland and Moray might reignite, warns senior fire officer  The recent massive wildfires in the Highlands and Moray were caused by a perfect storm of conditions - and the danger is not over yet despite...
Former north-east coastguard station could enjoy new lease of life as it goes up for auction  A former Coastguard station with views across the Moray Firth is expected to sell for at least £30,000 when it goes under the hammer...
Highland Council move bins to secure area following data breach  Highland Council has moved their bins to a secure area just days after confidential documents about more than two dozen children were found by a member of the...
Coaching stint with Cove Rangers has given Paul Hartley the football bug back  Helping out at Cove Rangers has given Paul Hartley the coaching bug again.
Survey to be done on much-loved Speyside viaduct to determine whether repairs are needed  An inspection of a much-loved bridge in Moray has been commissioned to ensure it does not fall into disrepair.
Cool sailings as cruise ship eases into Fort William  The captain of a cruise liner made the entrance to Fort William, through the Corran Narrows, look easy yesterday - unlike the last ship that couldn't come in.
North man ordered to pay compensation after attacking ambulance worker in nightclub toilet  An ex-soldier who was part of an assault on an ambulance worker in a nightclub has narrowly avoided jail.
Retired charity boss to walk 180 miles from Shire to Shore  A recently retired charity boss has set off on a 180-mile trek as a parting gift to the organisation.
Young Black Isle engineers impress judges with their electric cars  Tore and Munlochy primary school children have been preparing for the future by designing and building electric powered cars.
Sepa and planners clash over flood risk at controversial St Cyrus traveller site  A fresh battle over the risk of flooding at a controversial traveller site at St Cyrus erupted yesterday as councillors prepared to decide its...
Macduff event to boost local food and drink economy  A workshop will be held in Macduff to help link local food and drink producers, suppliers and sellers and boost the area's economy.
ROAD TEST: BMW X7 aims for SUV heaven  Think the BMW X5 is a big car? Think again – this is its bigger brother, the X7.
Call for action on Moray employment gender gap  Moray Council has the largest employment gap between men and women of any Scottish local authority, new figures have shown.
Nicola Sturgeon forced to deny that SNP would join the euro  Nicola Sturgeon was yesterday forced to deny SNP plans to use the euro after her most senior European election candidate suggested Scotland could join the single...
Aberdeen teenager threatened pregnant girlfriend with knife after argument about cigarette spiralled out of control  A teenage dad has been told to "sort himself out" after threatening the mother of his unborn baby...
Inverness care home resident has mini adventure in the great outdoors  An RAF veteran from an Inverness care home has taken a trip down memory lane by spending the day in the great outdoors.
Wick day centre run by volunteers praised by care bosses  A north day centre run by volunteers dazzled care chiefs during an inspection and has been given a glowing report.
Police investigate claims Aberdeen pupil had knife in classroom  Police are investigating claims a pupil at an Aberdeen secondary school had a knife in the classroom.
Opposition councillors criticise Highland Council administration for dipping into reserves to balance books  Highland Council’s £2.28m overspend from the last financial year will be funded from its dwindling reserves, prompting ...
Man accused of threatening to pour acid over ex-partner  A man had his case continued without plea at Lerwick Sheriff Court yesterday after being charged with a number of domestic abuse offences which included a threat to throw ...
Claims of bullying at NHS Western Isles went unheard for 18 months  Claims of bullying at NHS Western Isles went unheard for more than 18 months, the former clinical lead for emergency care has said.
Huntly RFC welcomes £34,000 investment in ground and facilities from Scottish Rugby  Huntly RFC has received more than £30,000 from Scottish Rugby as part of an initiative to help domestic clubs improve their facilities and...
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