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Reduced speed limit to be in place during work at Oyne Fork  A section of the A96 at Oyne Fork is to receive a £225,000 upgrade.
Police name man killed in multi-vehicle crash on Highland road  A Fort William man has been named as the driver killed in a multi-vehicle collision on a Highland road.
Three charged after woman allegedly assaulted on Union Street  Police are appealing for information after a woman was allegedly assaulted on Aberdeen's Union Street.
Caithness venture aims to train youngsters in new skills  A training venture is being refined to help ensure the far north has a pool of youngsters with the skills needed as Dounreay runs down.
Last chance to see Oor Wullie sculptures in the Highlands  Oor Wullie fans in the Highlands are being given one last opportunity to see the region’s sculptures before they go up for auction.
Fraserburgh road closed while emergency services deal with medical incident  A road in a north-east town has been closed while emergency services deal with an ongoing incident.
Dons striker linked with move to Serie A  Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove has been linked with a move to Italian club Lazio.
Teenager charged after alleged series of housebreakings in Inverness  Police have charged a 19-year-old man after a series of alleged thefts and attempted thefts in Inverness.
Crunch meeting for My Ness riverside art project in Inverness today  Inverness councillors will this afternoon decide whether the controversial river Ness public art programme should continue.
Man jailed for 15 months after £11k drugs raid in Inverness  A man caught in possession of £11,000 of drugs in Inverness – but who left Scotland before a court appearance – was jailed for 15 months.
New arrivals grasp great expectations at Aberdeen  Andy Considine insists the new arrivals at Aberdeen have learned the hard way what is expected of them at PIttodrie.
Argyll planning officials raise concerns over planned new wind farm  Councillors are being recommended to object to a proposed 17-turbine wind farm near Inveraray in Argyll when its planning committee meets tomorrow.
Charity to visit Moray on mission to change perceptions about dementia  A national charity is visiting Moray next month to give locals an insight into dementia.
Dance agency invests in upgrade to historic anatomy rooms behind Marischal College  A north-east dance agency is investing in a historic city building which was previously used to study anatomy.
Hundreds attracted to flower showcase on Speyside  More than 250 people have attended a flower festival at a historic Speyside castle which aimed to encourage people to grow local.
Trains between Aberdeen and Inverness up and running again after months of replacement buses  Rail passengers between Aberdeen and Inverness will be able to return to the track today after months of being forced to use...
North councils warn the public to be wary of rogue energy traders  Trading Standards teams across the north are reminding householders to be on their guard if they are approached by people offering to install home energy...
New schedule for completion of west coast ferries to be drawn up in October  Derek Mackay has confirmed a new schedule for the completion of the Calmac ferries under construction at Ferguson’s shipyard will not be drawn up...
North-east man Jack Provan recognised for 60 years of selfless involvement with the RNLI  The former chairman of the Fraserburgh Lifeboat Committee has witnessed all manner of tragedies and triumphs during 60 years of...
Shetland fishermen donate to MRI appeal  Members of Shetland's fishing fleet have made a generous donation towards an appeal to buy an MRI scanner for the Gilbert Bain Hospital in Lerwick.
Fire-hit Old Railway Station in Ballater celebrates first year since rising from the ashes  A royal landmark in Deeside has celebrated the end of its “incredible first year”, after it rose from the ashes of a devastating blaze.
VIDEO: The Highland home so remote a helicopter was used to bring materials during construction  When it comes to building a home there’s often an essential checklist filled with important dates such as when the foundations are ...
Annual art fair returns to Aberdeen with special exhibit  A self-taught felter will provide one of the more distinctive exhibits at a historic city venue.
Services team up to tackle domestic abuse across north-east  More than 200 people will convene in Aberdeen today to discuss the best local approach to tackling domestic abuse.
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