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A stretch of the AWPR will close this weekend to allow road works to be finished.
An emotional Sir Cliff Richard has won a High Court privacy battle with the BBC over its coverage of a police search of his home.
The Prime Minister is to make her first visit to the Irish border since the Brexit referendum.
Theresa May is gearing up for one of the most difficult days of her tenure.
Specialist officers are beginning a search of a park at the centre of the Novichok poisoning investigation.
A prominent Labour critic of Jeremy Corbyn has quit the party with a scathing attack on his leadership.
A cyclist who weaved past gates blocking access to a bridge over a river in eastern Wisconsin has escaped serious injury after falling into the gap created when the bridge started to rise.
The Scottish SPCA is currently caring for a young seal pup who was rescued on the shore of Tayvallich last Thursday.
A 35-year-old man arrested in connection with an attack on the home of former Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams has been released on bail.
Michelle Obama has no plans to run for president, she said during a charity dinner in Scotland.
The youth football team rescued after 18 days trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand are expected to be released from hospital and to speak about their ordeal.
A young Romanian couple who met while studying together at university in Britain have married and graduated from medical school on the same day.
A 15-year-old British boy has died after an incident involving a speedboat off a Greek island.
A “major error” by the Department for Work and Pensions led to 70,000 disabled people missing out on benefits worth up to £20,000 each, a parliamentary report has found.
A 35-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage after explosive devices were thrown at the home of former Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams.
A six-storey building under construction has collapsed on to another near the Indian capital, killing at least three people and trapping several others under the debris, police said.
Motorists face severe congestion on some routes this weekend as the summer getaway begins on “frantic Friday”, a motoring organisation has warned.
A respected mountaineer has relived the moment he fell from one of the world’s tallest slopes.
Woman who attacked husband after finding out their dogs had died of heat exhaustion has sentence deferred
A north-east woman who assaulted her husband and left him permanently disfigured following the discovery their dogs had died of heat exhaustion will learn her fate next month.
Scottish Government’s finance minister pledges to consider Moray’s plight when making budget decisions
The Scottish Government’s finance minister Derek Mackay has pledged to continue work to examine fairer funding solution for councils.
An Englishman has re-taken his title in that most quintessentially Scottish sport, The World Caber Championships.
A fundraising cycling event in Aberdeenshire has raised thousands of pounds for charity.
Sir Ian Wood has backed the creation of a new space port in the north of Scotland and compared it to the “pioneering” vision behind the discovery of North Sea oil and gas.
A £200million expansion of Aberdeen’s biggest shopping centre has been approved.
An Inverness taxi driver drove off before one of his passengers had properly entered his vehicle.
Emergency services including two air ambulances were called to the scene of a one-vehicle collision on a Highland road yesterday.
A new nightclub is to open its doors in Aberdeen on August 31 after undergoing an £800,000 revamp.
A family has been left heartbroken after a “deliberately cruel” attack on their pet cat with an air rifle.
A group of young carers visited a rescue station as part of a programme of summer activities set up for them by a charity.
A man was viciously attacked twice within an hour over a misplaced mobile phone, a trial heard.
An event celebrating Aberdeen’s diverse mix of cultures has been boosted by an £11,000 grant as it aims to expand its reach across the north-east.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay believes a new business park in Moray will allow the region to punch its weight against Aberdeen and Inverness.