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Private equity firms Blackstone and Blue Water Energy said on Sunday they have teamed up to lead an investment of up to $500 million in Siccar Point Energy, a new North Sea-focused oil company.
The owners of an animal and wildlife rescue in Ellon are looking forward to their dream wedding next year thanks to a generous country estate.
An air ambulance has been called to the scene of one accident at the Ord crossroads between Aberchirder and Portsoy.
Earlier this year, an online petition was launched by local residents concerned about safety with increased traffic in the area.
Members of Moray Council's cross-party steering group will receive the report compiled by consultants Caledonian Economics on September 19. Findings will then be released into the public domain on September 26 after head teachers, union representatives and councillors have been briefed on its content.
A CONTROVERSIAL offshore windfarm planned for the Scottish coast has been granted final planning consent but cannot go ahead until the outcome of a legal battle by US tycoon Donald Trump.
Police say a man found dead at the wheel of his car near Gretna appears to have taken ill while driving.
Officers are carrying out high-visibility patrols in the area and will speak to local residents in an attempt to identify Mr Morrison's killer.
The vote on September 18 is the first time that 16 and 17 year-olds have been allowed to take part and Aberdeenshire East MSP Alex Salmond has welcomed the news that thousands of young people will take part in the historic decision.
Kelly and Michael Bilsland with their daughters Ada and Esther pictured with the Mad Hatter and Joe Wishart at the tea party in the St. Laurence Hall on Saturday.
An increased police presence in rural areas would act as a deterrent to wildlife crime, the Law Society of Scotland has said.
ABERDEEN, Scotland-Scotland votes next month on whether to split from the U.K., and Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing is trying to reassure oil companies that the country's large energy industry will flourish after independence.
A meeting held by Stonehaven Town Partnership to gain the views of the town and present their 'Plan B' for Stonehaven saw some lively discussion.
Laurencekirk Ladies Club have said they feel they have been "treated like dirt" by Aberdeenshire Council as their future hangs in the balance.
The Big Yin downsizes: Billy Connolly sells his 12-bedroom Scottish mansion to New York financier for A 3million A New York businessman and his wife have been revealed as the new owners of Billy Connolly's Scottish mansion.
Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 10:31 am
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