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Motorcyclists across Grampian are invited to test their skills at a track event hosted by motorcycle safety campaign Operation Zenith.
IT services firm Atos has opened a new development and innovation centre in Moray, Scotland, which it says will create 50 "high value" jobs, with a further 200 to follow.
In the distance oil industry vessels bob in the North Sea. Above, there is the regular hum from helicopter engines ferrying crews between rig and airport.
ABERDEENSHIRE councillors are set sanction 300,000 for essential repairs to safeguard the future of a decaying art deco swimming pool complex - granted Category-A listed status because of its outstanding architectural and historic importance.
Two bank workers from Deeside and Donside have been getting in gear by cycling 850 miles around Scotland for charity.
THREE North-east politicians have joined together to start a campaign to extend the dualling of the A90 from Ellon to Peterhead.
Councillors are being asked to approve a A 300,000 programme of essential improvements to a former 1930s outdoor swimming pool complex at Macduff in Aberdeenshire.
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Aberdeen's plans to create a hydrogen economy in the Granite City, securing its place as a centre of excellence in hydrogen technologies were unveiled this morning.
Ed Davey tells conference that more than one-third of the UK's subsidies for wind, wave and tidal energy is spent in Scotland Ed Davey , the UK energy secretary, has warned that Scotland could lose billions of pounds in subsidies for renewable energy projects if it voted for independence, putting its green energy revolution at risk.
The firm said the facility, on the Forres Enterprise Park, would deliver secure IT development and testing services to support a range of public and private-sector clients across Scotland and the UK.
The lifeboat crew head to the aid of an injured dog after it falls off the cliffs at Slains Castle.