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Aberdeen City Council
Aberdeen promises year of culture despite not making shortlist in UK City of Culture competition
Councillors in Aberdeen have committed to having a year of culture in 2017 despite not making the shortlist to be UK City of Culture.
Wed Jun 19, 2013
Scottish fact of the week: Tarlair swimming pool
Despite its A-listed status and Art Deco design, Tarlair swimming pool has lain in a state of slow decay.
OBE honour leaves North East MSP delighted
North East Liberal Democrat MSP Alison McInnes is "surprised and delighted" to have been included in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Marham airmen switch to bikes for trek to Scottish base
Members of RAF Marham's No II Squadron will honour their predecessors when they embark on a cycle ride to their original Scottish home this week.
The Northern Scot
Safety warning for Moray coastline
Police Scotland is urging caution following the death of Cameron Smithies at Slains Castle in Cruden Bay, and another incident where a 19 year old man fell from the cliff face at Rosehearty and had to be taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary earlier this month.
Scottish Business Briefing - June 19th 2013
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Edinburgh Film Festival: The story of 'Dummy Jim'
In 1951 a deaf factory worker from Aberdeenshire embarked on a solo cycling trip from his home to the Arctic Circle - 3000 miles away.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Dunnottar Castle body identified as Carole Corbet
POLICE have confirmed the identity of the body found dead at the coastline near to Dunnottar Castle in Aberdeenshire as missing woman Carole Corbet.
The Northern Scot
Scouting For Girls reveal Lossiemouth video
Scouting For Girls band members Greg Churchouse, Roy Stride and Peter Ellard have now released the video for their new single, which was shot entirely in Lossiemouth.
Ellon farmers' champion effort at Thainstone show
Ellon father and son, George and Melvin Stuart took the top honours at the Aberdeen & Northern Marts annual Texel lambs show and sale at the Thainstone Centre.
Torphins homes plan 'flattened' by councillors
Councillors have voted against the controversial proposed ten flat development on Torphins' Station Road by a margin of six to two.
Can you top this? Stunning lighthouse picture against a backdrop of...
The breathtaking scenes capture the diverse beauty of the four corners of the British Isles, from lighthouses in Jersey to otherworldly views on the Isle of Skye.
Taster sessions to improve job prospects
Ian Mitchell from Department of Work and Pensions, Duncan Abernethy, External Affairs Manager with delegates and staff from Banff and Buchan College.
CKD Galbrait sets itself up for further growth
CKD Galbraith, Scotland's leading rural property specialists with a sales turnover last year of 380 million, yesterday announced a major expansion of its operations through a merger with Hayes Macfarlane, an established farm and estates management business.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Bravery award for RAF corporal
Kurt Lee, 29, who is stationed at Lossiemouth in Moray, survived a grenade explosion after having crept to within touching distance of an insurgents' bunker during last September's assault.
Honour for Scots corporal who led Taliban raid
A BRAVE Scots corporal who led his troops through a hail of gunfire to overpower five Taleban insurgents in a potentially deadly raid in Afghanistan is to be honoured on Armed Forces Day.
Daily Reflections with Oswald Chambers [June 17, 2013]
Jesus' instructions with regard to judging others is very simply put; He says, " Don't ."
Band tunes up for Euro championships
Fingers crossed for members of Stranraer's Lochryan Pipe Band, whose members are practising in earnest in the hope that they will be crowned grade 4B champions when they compete at the European Pipe Band Championships, sponsored by Benromach Speyside Single Malt Whisky, in Forres, Moray, on Saturday, June 29. The band, which celebrated its 80th ... (more)
Sun Jun 16, 2013
BMI Unit Shunned by British Airways Plans North Sea Oil Shuttle
BMI Regional , spurned by British Airways when it bought the former British Midland unit of Deutsche Lufthansa AG , plans to target oil industry executives with services across the North Sea ignored by bigger carriers.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Banchory man's Oxford degree
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