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  Motorists are being notified that a section of the A9 has been closed to certain vehicles due to weather conditions.
  A 45-year-old man has been charged in connection with the theft of tools from a north-east boat.
  New footage shows engineers onsite today after the side wall of a bridge near Stonehaven gave way – close to the scene of the crash at Carmont...
  Caley Thistle chief executive Scot Gardiner has stated the club wants the Scottish Championship to continue.
  Three more deaths of people with coronavirus from the north-east have been recorded in the last 24 hours.
  800 litres of heating oil has been stolen from a property near Caithness.
  It took three months, but we finally got a resolution this week in the saga involving Kilmarnock and St...
  Clach boss Jordan MacDonald is doubtful the Highland League will resume after the three-week shutdown.
  As the NFL play-offs kick in to high gear this weekend, Cleveland Browns punter Jamie Gillan will be flying the flag for Scotland.
  He was named men’s associate cricketer of the decade – and Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer is determined to keep breaking down barriers.
  A fallen embankment has caused trains in the north to be cancelled for the rest of the day.
  A Skye tourism organisation has hit out at the Scottish Government’s plans for a licensing scheme for short term lets, calling it ‘hugely...
  Ross County midfielder Jordan Tillson has never appreciated his time on the training ground as much as he does during the Covid-19 pandemic.
  Fire crews worked overnight to extinguish a blaze at a house in Fortrose.
  Two Cruden Bay golfers pulled off a 17 million to one feat when they both aced the same hole, one after the other.
  Growing demand for pedigree Blue Texel females in the UK has reached a new high in the last 12 months as prices continue to soar in the sale ring and almost 200 new members...
  Panic buying could soon leave parents and children disappointed - as surges in demand has led to "dramatic" shortages of children's outdoor toys.
  Farmers have called on Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) to provide details and timelines for its plans to expand its Craibstone campus on the outskirts of...
  A young north-east fundraiser left with limited lung capacity after a decade-long cancer fight,...
  Around 38,000 people across the north of Scotland have received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
  A second car dealer in Elgin has revealed it was targeted by thieves who drove three cars off a forecourt...
  Lambs which are heaviest at weaning produce the leanest meat, according to a new study.
  A Northern Isles crofter is encouraging farmers to make use of forestry grant support to plant trees.
  Stuart Jenkins was first approached to be a firefighter in Fochabers because the station commander at the time thought his...
  Hundreds of times more electric vehicles will be on the roads in the next 30 years, according to a new report.
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