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A derelict Peterhead building will be on the market once again in a last ditch attempt to find a buyer for the council property.
A top price of 11,000gn was paid at the Highland Cattle Society’s annual spring show and sale in Oban yesterday, where buyers were selective in their bidding and only prepared to fork out the cash for animals oozing quality.
A north-east business centre faces being demolished after a deal to sell it reportedly fell through because of the cost of ridding the building of asbestos.
The guitar that George Harrison was photographed wearing at The Beatles’ final appearance at The Cavern Club is to go under the hammer.
The controversial sale of the Aberdeen Grammar FP Club in Rubislaw has been agreed with a care home operator, for a price in the region of £2.25 million.
An 18th Century vase discovered in an attic has fetched 16.2 million euro (£14.3 million) in France.
The first sale to disperse part of the renowned herd of Deveronside Holsteins from the Mair family at Kinnermit, Turriff, takes place later this month.
The sale of Pittodrie stadium could raise as much as £18million.
A caravan park at the heart of the Speyside tourist industry has gone on the market at an asking price of nearly £700,000.