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10 hrs ago | Kincardineshire Today
An Army helicopter and a private plane made emergency landings in Kincardine within two days of each other last week.
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14 hrs ago | Buchan Observer
A long-awaited report into the future of Peterhead town centre will be unveiled to residents at a series of public displays next week.
15 hrs ago | The Daily Record
THE driver, who was operating the busy Edinburgh-Glasgow Citylink service, claimed to be sorting the cash, not counting it when confronted by a concerned passenger.
Almost 370,000 has been distributed to Aberdeen registered charities following a major reorganisation of charitable trust funds administered by Aberdeen City Council.
Claims that Aberdeen City Council's administration broke the rules by including a pro-Better Together letter to council tax payers have been thrown out by an independent watchdog.
Garry Kennie is serving as Houlder Americas Inc. president after previously heading Houlder's offshore and engineering business in Aberdeen, Scotland.
POLICE are warning businesses to be vigilant against telephone fraud following a number of incidents in Moray in recent weeks.
Deeside firms will join a dozen tourism businesses from across Aberdeenshire to showcase the very best the region has to offer at this year's VisitScotland expo.
Usually when parents send their child on a lone flight, they're not too worried because most airlines do a wonderful job of watching that child and making sure he or she gets to their destination, but that's not what happened to a 12-year-old girl by the name of Jordan.
And closer to home, there are signs that Scotland could go the same way. Scot Nat leader Alex Salmond's new appeal to Labour voters taps into republican sentiment north of the border.
Kincardine and Deeside County have been holding a 'Big Brownie Bake Off' as part of the movement's centenary celebrations in 2014.
The community council has recently undergone a number of changes and is now in need of new community-spirited folk to come forward in order that the group can maintain its position as a statutory body - the first tier of government.
" Death no longer has dominion over Him. . . . the life that He lives, He lives to God.
AN ELGIN teenager will join thousands of others from around the globe taking part in the Queen's baton relay.
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond will seek to set aside party politics on Saturday as he appeals to Labour voters to back independence in the nation's forthcoming referendum, insisting the priority is the future of Scotland.