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Police and Coastguard search for missing man in Argyll loch after boat capsizes  A full scale search of an Argyll loch is underway after a boat capsized earlier today.
Thousands descend on Aberdeen for independence march  Thousands of independence supporters have turned up for a march and rally in Aberdeen. Aberdeen City Council gave the procession the go-ahead at the licensing sub committee...
Steven Saunders sinks old club Ross County as Partick Thistle advance to Betfred Cup quarter-finals  Steven Saunders came back to haunt his old side Ross County as he gave Partick Thistle a 3-2 win in the last 16 of the Betfred ...
Police appeal for help to trace 44-year-old man missing from his Peterhead home  Police are appealing for information to help trace a 44-year-old man missing from Peterhead.
Wounds of self-harm cut deeper in stuff of nightmares for Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis  The wounds cut deep for Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis as he came to terms with his side’s incredible acts of self-harm at Pittodrie in the...
Lewis Ferguson: We only have ourselves to blame after Europa League exit  Lewis Ferguson believes Aberdeen have only themselves to blame after squandering their chance to reach the play-off round of the Europa League for the...
More than 120 new teachers prepare to step into Aberdeenshire classrooms for the first time  Aberdeenshire will welcome more than 120 new probationer teachers to its classrooms as schools return next week.
Dog to be destroyed after Aberdeen street attack on musician  A sheriff has ordered the destruction of a Mastiff cross named Koos after it bit a musician in the face in a terrifying street attack in Aberdeen.
Pioneering minibus scheme will open up opportunities for many people in Gairloch  A pioneering project has been launched to help solve community transport issues in a Wester Ross village - and save Highland Council £20,000 a...
Banchory Sports Village officially opened after decades-long campaign  Residents of a north-east town will get their first opportunity to use new multi-million-pound sports facilities today, after nearly 30 years of campaigning ...
Jail for killer who tried to rob Aberdeen FC player David Dangana  A killer has been handed a 32-month jail term after he attempted to rob a young Aberdeen FC footballer at knife-point.
Male pedestrian taken to hospital after being hit by a car on the A96  A man in his 40s has been taken to hospital after being hit by a vehicle on the A96 in Elgin.
Former Don Fyvie joins Cove Rangers  Cove Rangers have signed Fraser Fyvie on a short-term deal.
Team spirit Orkney distillery achieves top marks  An Orkney gin company which opened its premises to visitors only a year ago has already achieved its Five Star Quality Assurance award from VisitScotland.
Argyll food growing plan out for consultation  A new plan which aims to encourage people who wish to grow their own food is to go out for public consultation.
Public is offered the chance to view plans for new school at Ness Castle  The public is being given the chance to view site plans and building layouts for the new primary school at Ness Castle, Inverness.
West Highland Line to reopen on Monday  A major Highland rail line will reopen on Monday after major repairs were completed ahead of schedule.
Aberdeen community council disbanded after mass resignation  An Aberdeen community council has been disbanded following the mass resignation of members.
Nicola Sturgeon urged to step in to save 50 Muller jobs at risk  Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to act amid fears that up to 50 jobs could be at risk at the Aberdeen depot of dairy giant Muller.
MP invites charities to networking event in Aberdeen  An Aberdeen MP has invited charities across the city to take part in a networking event.
Community buyout of Lael Forest moves closer to reality  Community ownership of a forest near Ullapool will move a step closer with a trust awarded funding to develop a business case.
MSP calls on banks to sign up to customer protection code  A north-east MSP has called for banks to sign up to the Customer Protection Code to save users from payment scams.
Partnership brings business and culture together  The business and cultural communities in the Highlands have come together in a series of creative partnerships.
Jeremy Corbyn and Ian Blackford talk tactics on stopping no-deal Brexit  Jeremy Corbyn and Ian Blackford have held "constructive" discussions on forming a coalition to stop a no-deal Brexit.
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