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  The Highland League match between Keith and Nairn County this weekend has been postponed with the Wee County unable to field a team following a player testing positive for Covid-19 last ...
  The fire service has used cutting equipment to remove a person from a vehicle after they left the road near a major Highland road.
  A man is in critical condition following a crash between a van and a car this morning on the A95 Boyndie to Aviemore road near ...
  Police have closed off a street in Aberdeen after two vehicles were involved in a crash.
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  If Covid-19 has taught us anything, it’s that, for many people, remote working is possible.
  There have been no changes to any coronavirus alert levels in Scotland this week, despite concerns about a number of areas.
  A section of the A98 Banff to Portsoy road has been shut this evening following a crash between two motorbikes and a car.
  A shocked shop owner is counting the cost after £80,000 of designer gear was stolen in a raid on his streetwear store in Aberdeen.
  A new winter soft wheat with strong distilling potential is the standout newcomer for Scotland on the AHDB’s cereals recommended list (RL) for 2021-22.
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  Defra Secretary of State George Eustice has promised English farmers an “evolution, not an overnight revolution” in the move towards post-Brexit agricultural policy.
  More than 370,000 native trees will be planted on an Isle of Skye estate next year as part of its owner’s rewilding strategy.
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  Plans by public health authorities to withdraw from managing six Aberdeen GP practices have been voted through.
  Douglas Ross has said the SNP must top up its £500 “thank-you” payment for NHS and social care staff immediately and stop playing politics with the coronavirus...
  A prosecution service worker who stole hundreds of thousands of pounds of cash and drugs from an evidence store has been jailed for more than...
  Do not be fooled into thinking Ross County met Celtic at the right time.
  Debenhams has been at the heart of shopping in Aberdeen for more than 36 years.
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