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WATCH: Pink Floyd tribute band coming to Moray.
Scottish comedian Iain Stirling takes viewers on tour of his dream Speyside 'crib'.
Defence cuts may be brought forward.
'I hope grassroot organisations in Moray will benefit'.
IT was time to reach for the stars when the Astronomer Royal for Scotland officially opened Aberdeen Science Centre.
Read the latest from our columnist Nicky Marr.
THOUSANDS of people across the north-east who struggle to find the time or resources to take a holiday can now apply for a subsidised short break.
THE National Trust for Scotland’s effort to eradicate invasive plants is focusing on the north-east of Scotland this autumn.
CUSTOMERS across the north-east are being asked to nominate staff at their local butcher's for a special industry award.
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FARMING industry honour for Jim Royan.
MORAY women relives mercy mission to support Afghanistan refugees in Dubai.
A work by the Speyside Sculptor, Stuart Murdoch, celebrating the Gordon Highlanders regiment has been erected in the National Memorial Arboretum.
Southend will be granted city status in recognition of the MP’s decades-long campaign for the seaside town to be given the honour.
Residents have been evacuated from an area in Kincaidston following the blast.
The PM said ministers will not be ‘naive’ about allowing Beijing access to the UK’s critical national infrastructure.
It is understood that Hutchings died on Monday.
Mechanics have put Allan MacPhee on transfer list.
A total of 32 goals on a busy Highland League Saturday.
Lossiemouth meet Fort William for the second time this season.
Buckie jump up to third in the league after their 9-1 romp.
A comfortable 5-0 victory for the Aberdeen outfit.
Last season's Premier Division runners-up proved just too strong for their hosts.
Last minute penalty rescued a point for Deveronvale at Forres.
Fraserburgh lead the way by seven points and head to lowly Turriff today.
Charlie Watt junior's team keep on winning.
Former Cairngorms National Park chief executive Duncan Bryden talks about a community venture in Tomatin, including some great walking and cycling.
Another Sunday, another round of City Seen Flashback pictures, bringing you the best snaps from nights out and events around Inverness.
ACTIVE OUTDOORS: John Davidson is joined by Peter Evans on a Kintail Munro that offers an interesting hands-on ridge route for a more challenging day
Charming stone built one bedroom cottage with a one bedroom Orangery set in fabulous grounds extending to just under 2 acres.
Unicorn Christmas Party which will open at The Lemon Tree in Aberdeen this Christmas.
The company is coming to His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen on Friday November 5 – Saturday, November 6 with Carol Ann Duffy’s original fairytale.
'Uplifting music which inspires a sense of sanctuary and stillness – and soothes the heart'.
The city theatre is giving away 300 tickets to local community groups and charities to join in the fun.
In Fatal Mistakes – like so many of the earlier albums – whole novels are distilled inside some of the songs in this latest collection.
My books were waiting to be signed, accompanied by sweeties – my kind of bookshop!
Gin fans will be spoilt for choice as they have the chance to meet the makers behind over 50 premium gin brands.
A brand new production of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s work is the first event confirmed for Aberdeen’s Granite Noir festival.