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The SNP has promised to increase the minimum wage as part of a plan to improve living standards and tackle inequality.
Andy Murray faces the first test of his fragile confidence at the French Open on Tuesday when he takes on Russian Andrey Kuznetsov.
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, a onetime US ally who was ousted as Panama's dictator by an American invasion in 1989, has died aged 83.
Hundreds of midnight moonwalkers will take to the streets of Huntly next month to raise awareness of cancer.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he would "open discussions" with the SNP about a second independence referendum if he becomes prime minister.
A prison officer who admitted smuggling drugs and mobile phones into his jail has appealed against his sentence.
The organisers of a popular Deeside beer festival are hoping this year's event will attract a record numbers of fans of the amber fluid.
Michael Gove’s message to Peterhead fishermen: Only a Tory vote will secure Brexit, create jobs and provide real change
A leading Conservative has told fishermen from the north-east that the only way to create jobs and secure Brexit is by voting for change.
Three people have appeared in court after a woman was found unconscious in a city centre flat with serious injuries.
A new exhibition will unveil Dracula's hidden connections with the north-east and Doric.
A "sweetheart deal" between Labour and the SNP after the June election could result in a "government in chaos", Theresa May has warned, as Scotland's First Minister said she would use such an agreement to get as much of her nationalist manifesto implemented as possible.
A north-east flower shop was opened twice yesterday after a VIP dropped in for a surprise visit.
An innovative Inverness event that will focus on Polish communities in the north has been fully booked.
One of the leading figures in Scotland's arts scene has scoped out a range of potential exhibition venues in Moray, amid plans to showcase famous paintings in the area.
A car bomb has exploded outside a popular ice cream shop in central Baghdad, killing 13 people and wounding 24.
An industrial revolution in renewable energy could create more than 200,000 new jobs, according to the Scottish Green manifesto.
Prince Harry will attend the launch of the UK's Invictus Games team and host his first Buckingham Palace garden party.
Shareholders who brought a multimillion-pound High Court action against Royal Bank of Scotland have reached an agreement in principle with the bank.
A 20-year-old man has been arrested following an explosion which led to people being evacuated from their homes.
Two British nationals have reportedly been arrested after a car ploughed into several people in the Costa del Sol before speeding away from the scene.
Beaches across the north and north east have been honoured for their high quality.
A group of Moray school pupils are preparing to embark on a cycling challenge in honour of a classmate who died last year.
A man has denied flashing outside a city primary school.
It featured a wide array of stars and one, in particular, shone with his famous cunning plan.
A train was brought to a halt yesterday after a man trespassed on the railway line in the outskirts of Inverness.
The man leading the effort to set up the city's second men's shed has said that it could give retired men a "new lease of life" - if they can to get the project off the ground.
Repairs are to be carried out on a slope above the A9 in Caithness after a landslide earlier this year.
A war of words has broken out over Aberdeenshire Council's recently-announced schools review.
Pupils already been taught in library and huts… Now overcrowding could lead school to use janitor’s lodge as classroom
Overcrowding at an Aberdeen school has reached such a high level even the janitor's lodge could be converted into classrooms.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited the north-east yesterday to launch the SNP's campaign in Fraserburgh.
A group of north-east school pupils were among the passengers stranded as a result of the IT failure.
A former Liberal Democrat provost has called on unionist voters to back the Tory candidate in Gordon in an effort to unseat Alex Salmond.