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1 hr ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Sweden's Kristoffer Broberg plays a shot off the 6th tee during day three of the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, Saturday July 12, 2014.
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5 hrs ago | Inverurie Today
The winning garden in the Large Garden Category and the Overall Winner belongs to Mr & Mrs A Wilson of 7 Don Crescent, Inverurie.
9 hrs ago | The Northern Scot
Malcolm McKenzie took up his new role as development and operations manager in charge of Cullen, Buckie, Findochty, Portknockie, Hopeman and Burghead this week.
10 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
FOUR local authorities are to shrink the size of rubbish bins in a bid to force residents to recycle more and avoid costly European Union fines.
From Thursday to Saturday last week, stores invited shoppers to donate items from their weekly groceries to help those in their communities who are struggling to afford to eat.
SCOTLAND is on the brink of an energy crisis, a leading expert has warned, after it emerged the country has begun to rely on electricity produced in England to keep the lights on.
The woman made the call that there was a ship - a local landmark - in trouble in the waters off Aberdeenshire The Fraserburgh RNLI team was called to Carinbulg, Aberdeenshire, after the woman made the call about a fishing trawler that sank in 2005.
The pupils of Peterhead Central School have a freshly painted and decorated playground thanks to the efforts of Peterhead's Prince's Trust Team 33. Each Prince's Trust programme, which runs for 12 weeks at a time, must decide on a project that will benefit their local community.
Limited places are still available for a free illustrated talk which will highlight several of the treasures held by Aberdeen City Archives.
By Sports Network By Sports Network Aberdeen, Scotland - Rory McIlroy fired a course- record, 7-under 64 at Royal Aberdeen on Thursday and he holds a 1-shot lead after the first round of the Scottish Open.
Corby has been dubbed "little Scotland" ever since scores of Scots migrated south to work on the steelworks in the 1930s.
MILLER Group has effectively given Galliford Try 7 million to take over its construction business in a move which means uncertainty for hundreds of workers.
A monitoring report published by Nestrans, the transport partnership for Aberdeen City and Shire has highlighted the continued growth in passengers using Inverurie Railway Station.
Scottish farmer has spent A 5,000 on CCTV to protect his new flock of the 'world's cutest sheep' - but it didn't stop someone stealing their faces A Scottish farmer has spent A 5,000 on CCTV cameras and guard dogs to protect his new flock of the 'world's cutest sheep'.
Firefighters have been tackling the flames using a combination of knapsack sprayers, fire beaters and also four mains water jets.
Francois Bourienne, Glasgow Airport's commercial director, said: "Wizz Air has been a successful addition to our airline roster, providing connectivity to key Polish destinations and growing its passenger traffic every month since its arrival here in March 2013.
A massive ship has arrived in the Cromarty Firth carrying huge concrete foundations for use in two offshore wind farm projects.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 04:35 pm
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