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  Stagecoach has announced a reduction in their north-east bus services from Monday.
  A man has been charged in connection with a series of bike thefts in Tillydrone.
  Gayle explores the dramatic ruins of Gight Castle, the ancestral home of flamboyant poet Lord Byron.
  Joe Biden will officially become the 46th president of the United States today in an unconventional inaugural ceremony.
  Eight people in the north-east have been reported to have died with coronavirus in the past 24 hours, while the ...
  A train broke the speed limit on a stretch of line where rain had eroded an embankment, despite safety rules being tightened in response to the...
  Eight new Covid cases have been recorded in the Western Isles as Barra and Vatersay moved intoLevel 4 restrictions following an outbreak.
  Searches are under way today in a bid to trace a missing Aberdeenshire man.
  The number of deaths linked to Covid-19 in the north-east has dropped significantly in the last week.
  Police are appealing to motorists for help after a number of high-value mountain bikes were stolen in the Highlands.
  The layby takeaway service has been launched to help ensure drivers have access to a hot meal while on the road.
  Jurors will be heading to the cinema, rather than the courtroom, to allow the resumption of trials in Aberdeen and Inverness next month.
  He was the Victorian-age Scottish science fiction writer who dreamed the modern world in which we live – but fell through the cracks of time into...
  A 29-year-old man has been charged in connection with a disturbance at a house in Aberdeen.
  The firm behind Aberdeen International Airport has announced it will launch the UK’s first medical delivery drone network.
  Josh Meekings is eager to make up for last time after 10 months out of the game.
  A north-east museum has taken a “major step forward” after being gifted a new exhibit from Aberdeenshire Council.
  The communities and neighbourhoods of Aberdeen have many stories to tell, built up over the years.
  US oilfield equipment and services firm Weatherford this morning confirmed plans to shut down its Aberdeen-based manufacturing facilities.
  Residents in Inverness woke up to a flurry of snow today as the Met Office has enhanced a yellow weather alert for heavy snow and high winds to include much of...
  Ross County manager John Hughes has thrown his backing behind Aberdeen counterpart Derek McInnes following growing pressure from the Dons support.
  New survey results show that free school meal applications in Aberdeen secondary schools are nearly 20% lower than the rest of Scotland.
  Plans for a 12-turbine wind farm in the north Highlands have been welcomed by the local community council, which sees it as a way of funding vital infrastructure...
  Plans have been put forward to demolish an Aberdeen church and sell off the site for redevelopment.
  Former Aberdeen striker Frank McDougall believes Aberdeen should cash in on Sam Cosgrove if Stoke City make a bid for the striker before the window closes.
  The owner of a women’s clothes shop in Moray is using the second lockdown to consider new avenues to sustain the business.
  A new report from PwC says the Aberdeen economy is poised for 4.1% growth in 2021.
  Here are the latest live news updates from the north and the north-east, as well as the major national and international stories breaking...
  In happier times lovers of Robert Burns would now be looking forward to the annual celebration of the great man’s...
  Scottish seafood firms will be able to claim up to £100,000 in compensation for sales lost due to the Brexit border chaos, the Treasury has confirmed.
  New Deveronvale manager Craig Stewart is targeting cup success and pushing towards the top six in the Highland League.
  Five whisky workers on Speyside are self-isolating after testing positive for coronavirus.
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