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New book highlights the loss and the qualities of former Press and Journal writer Clive Dennier  Mike Cawthorne has always been used to going where the wild things are in Scotland's rugged mountain terrain.
Japanese calmness to be brought to ARI art space  A section of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary is to be given a Japanese flavour to bring calmness to the busy hospital.
Booze sales fall after introduction of minimum pricing policy  Scottish alcohol sales have fallen to their lowest level for almost a quarter of a century since the introduction of minimum pricing.
Council housing stock boosted as more than 60 homes built in Aberdeenshire  Dozens of new council homes have been built in Aberdeenshire as part of a £11million project.
£80,000 funding shared among 22 community projects  A range of community groups have been given a share of £80,000 for various projects across the north-east.
Aberdeenshire pupils shock competition with electric car  A team of Deeside school pupils have beaten their north-east rivals to a Scottish electric car racing crown.
Inspectors praise head teachers after north-east school inspections  A north-east school has made “significant” progress following the appointment of a new head teacher, inspectors have said.
Councils have raided £157million from their reserves in the last year  Scotland’s councils were forced to raid their cash reserves this year and remove £157million to fund day-to-day services.
North and north-east councils experience fall in school leavers making it to work, studying or training  North and north-east councils have experienced falls in the percentage of school leavers moving to work, studying or...
Councillors express unhappiness at recycling proposals  North-east councillors have submitted a list of critical comments in response to draft proposals for transforming the fashion in which recycling centres are run.
Police appeal for information following disappearance of 23-year-old woman from Aberdeen  Police in Aberdeen are appealing for information following the disappearance of a 23-year-old last night. Tina Burnett was last seen in...
Biker taken to hospital following north-east crash  A biker was taken to hospital after a rush hour crash on a north-east road yesterday.
Urgent foster care places could be created instantly by tweaking fee structure, says Highland councillor  A Highland councillor is calling on the council to change its fostering fee structure immediately - a move he says would...
Huge boost for Moray fundraisers after large mystery donation  A group of Moray fundraisers has been overwhelmed after receiving a significant anonymous donation.
Fire bosses hail 10% drop in Aberdeen house blazes  Fire chiefs have hailed a 10% drop in accidental house blazes in Aberdeen.
Police launch appeal to help trace missing man from Moray  Police are appealing information to help find the whereabouts of Iain Hutcheon who has been reported missing from his home in Keith.
NHS Highland HIV data breach reported to independent watchdog  A data breach by NHS Highland - exposing confidential names and email addresses of 37 people with HIV - is being probed by a national independent watchdog set up to ...
Plea for members to keep Avoch and Killen community council afloat  A Black Isle community council is making an urgent appeal for more members to prevent it from being put into abeyance.
Townsend confident hooker Brown will win World Cup fitness race  Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend is confident hooker Fraser Brown will overcome a toe injury in time for the forthcoming Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Fears that Aberdeen brown bin charge will leave tenants paying twice for grass cutting  Hard-pressed Aberdeen pensioners could be charged twice to get their grass cut under new brown bin rules, it has emerged.
Tractors used to cut grass as Moray community bands together out of love for park  A Moray community has banded together to cut the grass in a beloved park after becoming fed up about how long it has grown.
Check out some of our favourite stories from a day of graduation ceremonies at Aberdeen University  An Elgin dad urged others to hold on to their dreams after graduating with a law degree yesterday.
Fire crews called to Aberdeen building site blaze  Firefighters were called to a blaze in Middlefield in Aberdeen last night.
Food and drink boost with new pristine pavilion at 2019 Turriff Show  A new food and drink pavilion will be introduced at this year’s Turriff Show after £70,000 of investment.
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