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  A long-serving volunteer police officer on Shetland has been awarded a medal for his dedicated service.
  Islanders on Barra and Vatersay will be put under stricter lockdown restrictions from midnight to tackle the Covid outbreak.
  A road safety survey has been commissioned outside Kinloss Primary School amid increasing traffic fears.
  Two people have died after more than 20 Covid-19 cases were detected at two Highland care homes.
  Scotland will remain in lockdown until the middle of February, it has been announced.
  More than 100 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported across the north and north-east in the past 24 hours.
  Storm Christoph is expected to bring strong winds and rain across the region this week.
  An Aberdeen shopping mall is partially closing following change in Covid restrictions.
  Heritage bosses have awarded eight Aberdeen high rises the same protected status as buildings like Marischal College and the Music Hall.
  A man has been remanded in custody after ringing 999 and demanding police and an ambulance - because he had a temperature and thought he might have Covid.
  Aberdeen today received positive news on the injuries suffered by Ross McCrorie, Jonny Hayes and Ash Taylor in the4-1 loss to Ross...
  Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic have proved to be a recipe for disaster for a gin and botanical bitters firm...
  Aberdeen need to regain that hunger and fighting spirit after being caught in a perfect storm on Saturday asthey came...
  Scottish scientists have developed a new tool to help farmers spread organic waste fertiliser safely.
  Craig Stewart has been appointed as Deveronvale manager on a permanent basis.
  Farmers and crofters must keep a register of everyone who visits their business as part of new Covid-19 rules.
  The chief executive of NHS Western Isles has said Test and Protect has identified gatherings on Barra that fell outwith Level 3 restrictions.
  Robert MacIntyre crept closer to that crucial place in the world’s top 50 without striking a shot in the first two weeks of 2021,...
  As the Scottish fishing industry continues to battle to get its produce to EU markets, we highlight who will...
  Kieran Freeman would be happy to return to Peterhead, but appreciates things are up in the air.
  The clap for carers is back but here in the north-east there’s something we could do for them which would mean much more. During the first lockdown the children of key...
  Sport has done its best to entertain and provide a boost to morale during the Covid-19 pandemic.
  Members of Culloden Community Council have written to the Highland Council to express their frustrations over delays in tackling overcrowding at the local...
  A medical evacuation is currently underway after an injury was reported in the small hours on a fishing vessel off Shetland.
  Ross County manager John Hughes feels building stronger defensive foundations has been key to the Staggies’ upturn in fortunes.
  A north-east postwoman has swapped the hustle and bustle of her morning round for the slower-paced vocation...
  More than £250,000 has been signed off to support projects across Inverness.
  The majority of visitors forced to postpone trips to the North Coast 500  during the pandemic plan to return when restriction lift, a new survey has found.
  Head of finance at Aberdeenshire Council, Alan Wood has been named director of infrastructure services on an interim basis following a ...
  The humble fried potato - or chip - is a gastronomic phenomenon in itself, believes Deborah Ratcliffe.
  Extra staff have been drafted by Moray Council as it tries to cope with the extra administrative workload of...
  Photocopying and phone bills totalling more than £1,200 at Inveravon Primary School have been branded "a ...
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