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Could you have a romantic liaison with someone of opposite political beliefs to you?
Is racial profiling justified?
Personality is the unique, limitless part of our life that makes us distinct from everyone else.
A 22-year-old man has been charged in connection with a spate of housebreakings and thefts in the Turriff area of Aberdeenshire.
MORE than three-quarters of pupils permanently excluded from their schools for violent or unruly behaviour live in just two council areas, figures show.
The castle, inspiration for the home of Princess Merida in Disney/Pixar animation Brave, was closed last week after high winds caused "significant" damage to parts of the castle.
Big Noise orchestras, based on the influential El Sistema youth music programme of Venezuela, have already been established in Raploch, Stirling and Govanhill, Glasgow.
Council officers launched the consultation on the instruction of the Enterprise, Planning and Infrastructure Committee to gather the views of businesses about parking and how it can link to city centre regeneration.
A WOMAN who stabbed her father-in-law and drove a camper van at him and her husband after appearing on the Jeremy Kyle show has been sentenced to 240 hours of community work.
His funeral was held on Monday at Dun Church, which was led by Mr West's friend the Rev.
A man who admitted spray-painting Aberdeen City Council's Marischal College headquarters has been given a community payback order and told to pay compensation.
Danny Finkelstein's column in the Times today is characteristically elegant and incisive.
A safety measure which could have prevented a fatal crash between two Tornado jets was approved by the Ministry of Defence 15 years ago - but has still to be installed.
The natural life itself is not sinful. But we must abandon sin, having nothing to do with it in any way whatsoever.
FAMILY and friends of 43-year-old PC Tony Collins, who was on board the aircraft when it crashed, and pub customer John McGarrigle, 57, gathered to pay their last respects today.
POLICE have warned parents of bogus emails which claim to be offering free children's rugby training, while asking for the child's personal details and a photo of their upper body.
The conductor Jonathan Cohen will replace Richard Egarr in Scottish Chamber Orchestra concerts this week, after Egarr had to withdraw through illness.