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6 hrs ago | The Western Producer
Austen Anderson's face shows little emotion as he, his saddle horse and herding dog quietly wrangle a pair of runaway cows back into the paddock with the rest of the Angus herd.
13 hrs ago | Free Republic
Many of us appear to be all right in general, but there are still some areas in which we are careless and lazy; it is not a matter of sin, but the remnants of our carnal life that tend to make us careless.
17 hrs ago | Newsday
People in Peterhead say the problem of scavenging birds swooping on locals is the worst the town has ever seen.
17 hrs ago | BBC News
The Scottish government is urging universities and colleges to continue to increase the number of women on their governing bodies.
Satnam Kaur, 30, a Royal Bank of Scotland employee, transferred money from Robert Brown's account to India from Aberdeen, Scotland, in 2011, the BBC reported.
A MOTHER has spoken for the first time about an E coli outbreak at a Scottish nursery that left her son blind and deaf.
Police Scotland are currently in attendance at a two-vehicle road traffic collision on the A90 Lonmay to Fraserburgh road, near Rathen.
SUPERINTENDENT Derek Snow has been removed from his role at Hazlehead Crematorium by Aberdeen City Council while the probe takes place.
Parts of Kincardine and Mearns could be opened up to fracking after they have been included in latest round of onshore licensing.
The daughter of an Italian prisoner of war who was interned near Laurencekirk during World War II has appealed to the people of the Mearns.
Edith Ritchie passed away at the town's Bonnyton House, where her sister Evelyn Middleton is also resident, on Friday.
The Buchan Ness Lighthouse, located in Boddam, Scotland. Built in 1827, near Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, on Scotland's northeast coast, thev two lodgings for the lighthouse keepers now serves as self-catering cottages for visitors.
The move comes after New Deer-based Keenan Recycling doubled its commercial food waste customers to more than 1400 since new It brings the number of lorries in the Keenan fleet to five, with another vehicle on order.
Aberdeen City Council has been chosen to be part of an innovative new mentoring scheme to help public bodies adapt to climate change.
More than 2,320 homes and businesses in the Moray town now have access to the high-speed technology and this figure will increase to around 5,450 as Openreach engineers complete the local upgrade in the weeks ahead.
The land train arrived in Stonehaven in early July, and reporter Lee McCann had a shot in the driver's seat.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 03:47 pm
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