A Peterhead student is facing a brain cancer battle - just months after a GP dismissed his headaches as a migraine.
Press and Journal
Aberdeen television presenter Isla Traquair tonight hit out after a judge spared her relentless stalker prison time, saying: "I cannot feel safe while he’s free."
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Ironworks closure: Director thanks supporters and reveals venue will stay open until the end of 2022
The director of the Ironworks has thanked the music venue's supporters after councillors approved plans to knock it down and build a hotel in its place.
A reward for information to help detectives catch the infamous Cheese Wire Killer who murdered an Aberdeen taxi driver in 1983 has risen to £25,000.
‘Fighting like rats in a sack’: What YOU think about Moray Council after Christopher Price’s resignation
It has been a tumultuous time since the new Moray Council was formed.
A road in Inverurie remains closed while police carry out inquiries after a man was injured to his arm.
Aberdeen households told to chuck out less rubbish and still put bins out for collection during bin strikes
Aberdeen households have been warned they could have to take full bins back in if they are not collected during strike action.
Gothenburg Great Willie Miller will be honoured in his adopted city next year when a new Cruyff Court will be opened in his name.
Councillors may serve disappointment next week as plans for a new drive-thru McDonald's in Aberdeen are expected to be refused.
Shinty: Duo to miss Artemis Macaulay Cup final – after suffering freak injuries involving lamppost and sandwich
Kingussie crackshot James Falconer will miss Sunday’s Artemis Macaulay Cup final at Mossfield Park – while a freak accident making a sandwich has made Daniel Madej a doubt for opponents Oban Camanachd.
The Aberdeen Tattoo Show has been cancelled - ending hopes of bringing the event back to the city for the first time in more than a decade.
Highland League Weekly
This weeks episode of Highland League Weekly features highlights of Wick Academy v Turriff United and Brora Rangers v Banks o’ Dee.
Paedophile ring victim says ‘revolving door’ of locum psychiatrists in Caithness left him feeling re-traumatised
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