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Mother: I forgive death crash driver

THE mother of a schoolboy who died when he was hit by a van confronted the driver yesterday – and told him she forgave him.
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Published: 18/04/2014

Mystery as 200,000 homes blacked out

THE cause of a power cut that blacked out more than 200,000 properties across the north remained a mystery last night.
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Published: 18/04/2014

Road closed as fire rips through home

ONE of Moray’s busiest roads was closed yesterday as firefighters battled a house blaze.
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Published: 18/04/2014

Revealed: Plans to revive the heart of Peterhead

PLANS have been unveiled to restore a north-east town centre’s tarnished reputation and win back visitors by giving it a radical revamp.
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Published: 18/04/2014

Whyte’s castle up for sale at £1.1m

A Highland castle previously home to former Rangers FC owner Craig Whyte has been put on the market for £1.1million.
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Published: 18/04/2014

Family split threat in bid to ease traffic woes

A mother and son who live close to each other could see their family split under plans to ease congestion at Aberdeen’s Haudagain roundabout.
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Published: 18/04/2014

Ex-MSP who attacked four women fails to overturn conviction

Former MSP Bill Walker has failed in his attempt to quash his conviction for domestic abuse offences.
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Published: 18/04/2014

Emergency staff halt strike threat

A threatened strike by civilian police staff that could have pulled officers off the beat has been called off.
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Published: 18/04/2014

Fireworks ‘not to blame’

Fireworks smoke was not to blame for one of Britain’s worst motorway pile-ups, a coroner has ruled.
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Published: 18/04/2014

Geneva delegates strike a deal on crisis

Top diplomats have agreed to take immediate steps toward calming tensions in Ukraine, Russia’s foreign minister said yesterday.
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Published: 18/04/2014
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