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Many of Aberdeenshire's newly recorded cases are concentrated in Stonehaven, Westhill, Peterhead and Cruden areas.
A new public art project is being commissioned to help brighten up Banff and Macduff.
A new round of graduate apprenticeship (GA) opportunities has been announced by Robert Gordon University.
Katrina Hall from Tipperty and Alexander Owen from Ellon will represent Scotland in the International Negotiation Competition.
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TEN per cent of the health budget will be ring-fenced for mental health if the Tories win power at Holyrood, the party's Moray candidate has pledged.
Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) has announced it is investing £850,000 to create a top-of-the-class veterinary clinical skills teaching centre.
Ronald Kemp last seen around Elgin's Kingsmills Bridge
THE SNP retain a commanding lead in both the constituency and regional votes, a poll of polls has found.
Organisers have said that there is still to much uncertainty around restrictions for the popular Highland Games to take place this year.
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The party says refusing another vote if a majority of MSPs support one ‘would be politically untenable’.
A 29-year-old male is in custody after the victim was found fatally injured at an industrial premises.
Northern Ireland’s First Minister said she believes in the ‘traditional view’ of marriage but is not homophobic.
Northern Ireland’s First Minister told the High Court in Belfast that the tweet by Dr Christian Jessen came at a particularly stressful time for her.
The changes have been made in consultation with broadcast partners, relevant government officials, Police Scotland and participating clubs.
Meeting will take place on April 19.
OPPORTUNITIES to help develop young footballing talent in the Buckie area will be on offer next week.
Over 12,000 fans allowed to attend all four matches at the national stadium.
BUCKIE Ladies Football Devlopment are to resume training again as lockdown restrictions ease.
KEVIN main joined Buckie on a two-year deal during the week.
JOE McCabe and Daniel Bell will leave Buckie Thistle.
Contract extensions show the dedication of the players to the Highland League side
Keen to put some fruit and veg through their paces? We put chef Rob Howell’s new cookbook to the test.
This week, we try Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town, Evil Inside, Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins, and Crash Bandicoot: On The Run!
A proper comforting pudding.
When it comes to both cars and cyclists on the road, Nicky says "We urgently need a full-on education campaign."
Beautiful weather greeted hundreds of happy and inquisitive shoppers as Inverness Farmers’ Market made a welcome return after a three-month absence.
The show has been moved to April 2022, the second time the date has been changed.
The show which celebrates everything to do with the Scottish outdoors from farming to environmental stories returns to our screens.
For the first time in 16 months, the Empire Theatre at Eden Court will host an audience.
A new date for Dancing in the Moonlight stars Toploader's Strathpeffer Pavilion gig has been announced.
Sound and performance artist Maja Zećo has been announced as Aberdeen Art Gallery’s first artist-in-residence following the Gallery’s redevelopment.
COVID-proof plans for a weekend of music and song from some of Scotland’s best folk musicians have been unveiled by a Ross-shire arts organisation.
Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 16 at 10am on Ticketmaster.
Picture Trail sees the intrepid Calum Maclean combines his love of exploring with photography.
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