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2 hrs ago | Deeside Today
Scottish Sculpture Workshop have joined forces with The University of Aberdeen, to recreate a ceremonial axe as seen on the Rhynie Man standing stone.
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6 hrs ago | The Northern Scot
An outbreak of American Foulbrood , a disease affecting colonies of honeybees, has been found in an apiary in the Tarland area of Aberdeenshire.
10 hrs ago | Buchan Observer
The Scottish Ambulance service has come under fire after has been revelead it took the body more than 20 minutes to respond to serious incidents in the North East on hundreds of occasions in the last year.
RISING demand for staff, combined with a record drop in the number of people searching for permanent employment, saw wages in Scotland grow last month at the fastest pace for more than 11 years.
MORAY'S newest distillery, which has raised a glass to traditional methods used hundreds of years ago, is preparing to open its doors to the public.
ROLF HARRIS launched a terrifying sex attack on a woman after a concert in a tiny Scots venue more than 50 years ago.
Our Lord never insists on having authority over us. He never says, "You will submit to me."
The kind-hearted cast of TV's much loved soap Emmerdale had a great time at a recent Wobbly Williams Weekend which raised over 30,000 for Parkinson's Disease.
The structure known locally as the Red Brig will have to be removed as part of Elgin's 86 million flood alleviation scheme.
My grandmother Cathy Peat was an indomitable woman. Graduating in medicine in the mid-1920s in Aberdeen, Scotland, she found herself within a few years on a mission to deepest darkest Africa - literally.
Barry Sim and his wife Izzy were told there were not enough seats on the plane for them so they were being switched to a later KLM flight.
Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party, Ruth Davidson MSP, visited Deeside last week, urging people vote 'No Thanks' in the referendum.
The business community in Aberdeen city and shire has again come to the aid of a Bieldside care home by donating thousands of pounds to its 2million fundraising campaign.
Following this week's announcement by Stagecoach of the return of the Monarch of the Glen bus route, the 501 is also up and running.
Laurencekirk's busy Gala event kicked off last weekend with the crowning of the Gala princess, Sarah Slessor, in the Dickson Hall.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 07:38 am
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