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The easing of lockdown restrictions has been welcomed by a charity as a boost for north-east older people and their families.
A 34-year-old man will appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court charged with several offences.
North-east families have been encouraged to get involved with the NSPCC's Childhood Day which aims to give young people a brighter future.
Police are trying to trace a grey Kia which was seen driving erratically on the road at Crudie.
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In Scotland in the last 24 hours there have been a total of 292 positive cases of coronavirus which equates to 2.0 per cent of those tested overall.
The club have raised £2300 which will go towards the north-east based helimed service.
MORAY MP Douglas Ross is supporting Foster Care Fortnight 2021, campaign to attract more foster carers.
A UK Government-led taskforce is helping to improve export systems.
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With the exception of Glasgow and Moray, mainland Scotland will move to Level 2 restrictions on Monday.
More than two million people in Wales have now received their first Covid-19 vaccine, according to the Welsh Government.
Sergeant Matt Ratana was shot in the chest at Croydon Custody Centre
Organiser Heather Brandon said it is ‘humbling’ to see how the community is pulling together.
The team are back in action on May 22 as the side take on a Thistle Legends squad at The Haughs.
Sunny helps eight-year-old Ava Farquhar shine at Moray venue.
Karters returned to the Boyndie Drome circuit for the first competitive action of 2021.
Nathan Austin hat-trick proved too much for Cattachs.
Races were held over two days in line with restrictions.
As it enters its fifth year Inverurie’s Leaders In Sport programme has secured new support from The Garioch Partnership.
McGowan won Highland League young player of year in Huntly's last title-winning season.
Buckie boy Mark Chisholm gave Vale the lead before Martin Charlesworth and Andy Low won it for Jags.
With coronavirus restrictions beginning to ease, a number of events look set to go ahead during the remainder of 2021, subject to government advice.
Looking for a new salad recipe? The flavours of orange and pomegranate make a fresh and tasty halloumi salad and one that is perfect served as starter
ARTYNESS: Barbara Henderson unveils her new title The Chessmen Thief after being allowed to fly to the Western Isles for the launch
ACTIVE OUTDOORS: John Davidson enjoys the freedom of the trails when he joins Ian Stewart of Trail Running Scotland on a group run in the Cairngorms
Inverness vet Alison Laurie-Chalmers outlines the importance of the role of the veterinary nursing profession.
The Nutty Boys are joined by Squeeze at the P&J Live on December 2.
An outdoor exhibition will showcase the work of creators from across Aberdeenshire.
A SIGNIFICANT focus on fundraising has helped Eden Court generate more than £1.9 million of additional income last year.
The secrets of a large ocean fish stranded on the Black Isle far from its home will be revealed during an online discussion today.
A Dingwall gallery has returned from the latest lockdown by continuing to champion creative people across the county and beyond.
Kincardine Castle is et to welcome back vehicle owners in one of the largest planned motor events this year .
The long-held dream of Canadian ‘Street Rod’ creator the late Bob Lailey has finally come true in a new exhibition.
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