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1 hr ago | The Northern Scot
A WORLD War Two artefact which came from the battleship 'USS Missouri' at the time when the Japanese signed the peace treaty signalling their surrender is on its way from Moray to Hawaii.
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6 hrs ago | WTOP-FM Washington
There's no doubt the local bars will be filled-to-the-brim on St. Patrick's Day with stumbling holiday enthusiasts who had their fill of green beer and cabbage.
8 hrs ago | Buchan Observer
North East MSPs Alex Salmond and Christian Allard have urged volunteers to assist the Aberdeenshire offices of Citizens Advice Scotland .
More than 100 SNP members and supporters gathered in Peterhead's Palace Hotel, Peterhead recently to commemorating the 40th anniversary of Douglas Henderson gaining the old East Aberdeenshire constituency from the Conservatives to become the area's first ever SNP MP at the election on February 28, 1974.
THE president of the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities will today urge councils not to "spit the dummy out" by quitting the body when they cannot reach agreement.
Fraserburgh couple James and Helen Simpson , known affectionately as Jimmy and Nellie, have celebrated 60 years of marriage.
One of Deeside's best known businessmen has won the Conservative nomination to contest the West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine seat.
Relatives of 16 men who died in the 2009 Super Puma helicopter crash are due to hear the findings of a fatal accident inquiry.
A group of Peterhead Academy S6 pupils presented their finalised plans for a brand new sensory room last week after winning a 3000 grant through the Youth and Five pupils took part in YPI last year, a programme currently delivered in 110 Scottish secondary schools by the Wood Family Trust.
MILLINOCKET, Maine - The Finance Authority of Maine hasn't withdrawn Cate Street Capital's $25 million bond to build a pellet mill off Katahdin Avenue , but the company will have to answer a lot more questions before it gets the money, officials said Wednesday.
Aboyne Games officials have issued a plea to help trace muscleman Peter Puszer so that he might compete in this year's event on August 2. He is one of the only people to have successfully completed the Dinnie Stones challenge, described by some as the "Holy Grail" of weightlifting.
Transport bosses are taking steps to reexamine the cost and practical implications of reinstating disused railway lines, including in Deeside.
A rose specially-created to honour the work of a leading cancer charity has been planted in Aberdeen's Hazlehead Park.
KIRSTY Miller wants to come home from the US, but the new rules say she doesn't earn enough for her husband Daniel and twin children to move with her.
The Forestry Commission are currently working on a management plan for their woodland in the Newtyle design plan area and would like to hear what local groups and individuals think of the draft plans.
Aberdeen City Council's Housing and Environment Committee has agreed to contribute up to 261,734 to help deliver affordable housing for the city.