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Figures show a massive drop in online Hate Crime reports as new law enters its second week

Figures show a massive drop in online Hate Crime reports as new law enters its second week

Figures show a massive drop in online Hate Crime reports as new law enters its second week

The number of online hate reports received by Police Scotland has dropped almost 75 per cent in the second week since the introduction of the new laws


Ross urges local MSPs to back scrapping of ‘dangerous’ Hate Crime Act

Ross urges local MSPs to back scrapping of ‘dangerous’ Hate Crime Act

Ross urges local MSPs to back scrapping of ‘dangerous’ Hate Crime Act

MORAY MP Douglas Ross has urged local MSPs to back Scottish Conservative calls to scrap the “dangerous” Hate Crime Act.


Campaign launched to retain north-east tourist centre

Campaign launched to retain north-east tourist centre

Campaign launched to retain north-east tourist centre

MP Andrew Bowie has launched a campaign to save Royal Deeside’s last Visit Scotland tourist centre.


MP meets with north-east WASPI campaigners to pledge support

MP meets with north-east WASPI campaigners to pledge support

MP meets with north-east WASPI campaigners to pledge support

MP Richard Thomson met with a group of local WASPI campaigners to pledge his support in their fight for justice in this Parliament and in future.


Review of rural banking hubs welcomed after wave of branch closures in Aberdeenshire

Review of rural banking hubs welcomed after wave of branch closures in Aberdeenshire

Review of rural banking hubs welcomed after wave of branch closures in Aberdeenshire

A regulatory review into the rollout of rural banking hubs is to take place.


Politics: Police action tackling anti-social behaviour in community

Politics: Police action tackling anti-social behaviour in community

Politics: Police action tackling anti-social behaviour in community

In her latest column, MSP Gillian Martin updates on the action taken by police to halt anti-social behaviour in Ellon.


Politics: Impact of Brexit on food prices will continue to cause damage

Politics: Impact of Brexit on food prices will continue to cause damage

Politics: Impact of Brexit on food prices will continue to cause damage

In his latest column, MP Richard Thomson examines how Brexit has affected food prices.


Concern over cancer waiting times in Grampian

Concern over cancer waiting times in Grampian

Concern over cancer waiting times in Grampian

There are worries after statistics show cancer waiting times in the NHS Grampian area are among the highest in Scotland.


Banff and Buchan MP raises concerns over effects of cage ban for egg laying chickens

Banff and Buchan MP raises concerns over effects of cage ban for egg laying chickens

Banff and Buchan MP raises concerns over effects of cage ban for egg laying chickens

MP David Duguid has raised concerns that banning egg companies from keeping chickens in cages could put north-east producers at a ‘huge disadvantage’


Politics: Halting littering is a challenge that needs faced head-on

Politics: Halting littering is a challenge that needs faced head-on

Politics: Halting littering is a challenge that needs faced head-on

MP David Duguid focuses on the problem of littering in his latest column.


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