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Shetland Islands Council has bought two houses in Lerwick for resettling Syrian refugees.
Veterans from the Nimrod fleet at RAF Kinloss will be at the forefront of the next wave of “submarine hunters” in the Atlantic Ocean.
Aberdeen Science Centre is calling for people to submit photographs and memorabilia of visits throughout the years.
A woman has died after a fire at residential units for adults with learning disabilities.
Two level crossings in Dingwall are to receive significant upgrades in a bid to improve safety for train passengers, pedestrians and motorists.
Aberdeen FC estimates that the construction of its new stadium will create 150 local jobs during its first phase.
An ambitious £3million plan to completely eradicate predatory non-native stoats in Orkney has moved a step closer after winning overwhelming public support.
A pothole-plagued Aberdeen street must be fixed “as soon as possible”, councillors have said, after recent bad weather exposed historic cobbles and cabling.
A rural community has launched a fundraising drive in a bid to secure enough cash to fix the leaking roof on its “vital” public hall.
Health chiefs in the Highlands called in fraud investigators to probe several serious allegations about a local GP practice, it can be revealed.
An ambitious project to modernise and diversify Fraserburgh Harbour has been unveiled.
An ambitious vision to develop a multi-million pound “cultural quarter” in Moray’s biggest town has been unveiled.
An Alabama inmate convicted of the mail-bomb slaying of a federal judge during a wave of Southern terror in 1989 has been executed as the oldest prisoner put to death in the US since capital punishment was reinstated in the 1970s.
The funeral of three family members who were killed in a shop explosion is due to take place.
Fresh doubts have been raised over Theresa May’s hopes for a deal on future relations with Europe, after reports that her proposals for the Irish border have been comprehensively rejected in Brussels.
A planned strike over the weekend of the London Marathon on Docklands Light Railway has been called off.
Unseasonably warm weather and the latest on Brexit and the Windrush saga feature prominently on Friday’s fronts.
Two charities have launched a partnership to support LGBT-inclusive employers in Northern Ireland.
Britons are set for another scorcher as April’s summer-like weather promises a balmy beginning to the weekend.
A search for a former monk abducted and killed by the IRA more than 40 years ago has ended without success.
Police have issued an appeal for information which could help track down an Aberdeen man last seen on Tuesday.
The president of Ghana has claimed the Queen is “winding down” her Commonwealth duties hours after she said it was her “sincere wish” the Prince of Wales succeeded her as the institution’s head.
The Queen hosted a state dinner for the leaders and foreign ministers of 53 Commonwealth nations.
Two Florida deputies have been killed after shots were fired through the window of a restaurant, authorities said.
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani is joining the legal team defending President Donald Trump in the special counsel’s Russia investigation.
Leaders of the Commonwealth will discuss whether the Prince of Wales should succeed his mother as head of the 53-nation body when they meet behind closed doors at Windsor Castle.
Tiny Maile Pearl made Senate history on Thursday without making a sound.
The case of British cybersecurity expert once heralded as a hero for stopping the WannaCry worldwide computer virus has been delayed.
Londoners received a pleasant surprise as an artistic Finsbury Park resident transformed his hedges into a herd of elephants.
Britons have enjoyed the hottest April day since 1949, triggering warnings for London Marathon runners amid predictions Sunday’s race could be the warmest on record.
Two men questioned on suspicion of murder following the death of a man in Belfast have been released on bail.
Americans are becoming numb to Donald Trump’s “impulsive behaviour”, fired FBI director James Comey has warned.