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Fatal haulage firm keeps operating
An Aberdeenshire haulage company whose mobile crane was involved in a crash in which a mother and her two children died has been allowed to keep operating.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
One of most significant trees felled
ONE of the ten most significant trees in Scotland was one of the many that were felled as hurricane-force gusts hit Scotland.
Turriff Hospital site to become smoke-free zone
THE Turriff Hospital site is to become NHS Grampian's first completely smoke-free zone on New Year's Day, it was announced today.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Elginite cruises country roads in British Morgan 3-Wheeler
When Howard Curran takes his 2013 Morgan 3-Wheeler for a spin in the Fox Valley area, passers-by are tempted to pull out their cellphones to snap a photo.
MP seeks answers on jet warning kit
An MP believes the absence of collision avoidance kit on Tornado jets will be "an important consideration" for a potential inquiry into a fatal crash.
Oil rigs evacuated as Scotland expects 90mph winds
ONE OF Britain's oil giants today evacuated all its workers from one of its main production platforms following a warning that severe storms are set to sweep across the North Sea.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Daily Reflections with Oswald Chambers [December 3, 2013]
"My speech and my preaching were not with persuasive words of human wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power .
Culter man Mike warming up for another nippy dip
For most of us New Year's Day is a day to recover from the night before, relax with family and friends and think about what the next year will bring.
Super Puma FAI 'to last six weeks'
A fatal accident inquiry into a Super Puma crash in which 16 men died is expected to last six weeks when it begins in January.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Macduff takes on Buckie Shipyard assets
While Macduff Shipyards made no commitment over renewing employment there were signals the ship building tradition in Buckie which goes back more than 110 years will be extended.
Diageo to reinvent Mortlach with A 30m investment
Up until now, only a few bottles of Mortlach single malt have been released to connoisseurs, with the vast majority of production going towards blends.
Hard work and herring girls
Known as herring girls or fisher girls, the women from the Western Isles, Shetland and eastern Scotland travelled along the British coast working as gutters and packers.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Guess what they drive in Chelsea? Residents of south-west London most ...
They are the urban vehicle of choice for the well-heeled across the UK - but the spiritual home of the Chelsea tractor is... erm, Chelsea.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Aberdeen City Council
Board agrees Statement of Licensing Policy
Aberdeen City Licensing Board has agreed its updated Statement of Licensing Policy, which sets out the board's policies for the next three years.
Community leaders meet at town summit
The Town Summit follows the publication of findings from a survey done earlier this year about the state of the town.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Peterhead packing a fabulous festive punch this Saturday
Once again it will see the former market square of Broad Street brought to life with a mix of stalls, music and children's activities for all to enjoy between 11am and 3.30pm.
The Northern Scot
Moray rapist gets 10 years in jail
A SERIAL abuser who raped a woman and attacked another when she was breast feeding a baby has been jailed for 10 years.
UK's LRED Presented with Queen's Award for Enterprise
Drilling UK is an Aberdeen, Scotland-based market leading company, providing a range of innovative services to ensure the operational integrity of drilling assets for the oil and gas sector, often working in hostile environments.
Police in appear following break-in
Police Scotland are appealing for information following a break-in to a residential property in the Sandend area of Aberdeenshire.
Worry over industrial development plans
Councillors heard from representatives of a developer who recently gained planning permission to build industrial units on a site to the north of the Tesco roundabout.