2 hrs ago
Spoketacular journey for bank cyclists
Two bank workers from Deeside and Donside have been getting in gear by cycling 850 miles around Scotland for charity.
6 hrs ago
Bail for two fraud accused revoked
Two people charged with 23 fraud-related offences who were held in England last Friday had their bail revoked yesterday.
Thu May 23, 2013
Call to extend A90 Dualling
THREE North-east politicians have joined together to start a campaign to extend the dualling of the A90 from Ellon to Peterhead.
Open air pool improvements suggested
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.
TauRx Therapeutics Release: First UK Patients Enroll in Phase 3...
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Provost visits city energy conference
Aberdeenshire Council is hosted seven local organisations at the annual event, showcasing the range of organisations which operates across the area.
Wed May 22, 2013
Aberdeen City Council
Aberdeen's Hydrogen Strategy unveiled
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.
Scotland warned independence could cost billions in renewable subsidies
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.
Atos opens centre in Moray
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.
Kyle Allan, 8, killed bike crash with crane 'in front of brother' in Aberdeen
An eight-year-old boy died in front of his brother after he was involved in a crash with a mobile crane as he cycled along a busy road.
Tue May 21, 2013
Lifeboat called out after dog falls down Cruden Bay cliffs
The lifeboat crew head to the aid of an injured dog after it falls off the cliffs at Slains Castle.
Trekking on Ben Rinnes, Scotland's whisky mountain
At just under 3000 feet in elevation, Ben Rinnes is not Scotland 's highest peak; it is, however, the tallest freestanding mountain in Moray, Banffshire, east of Inverness and Elgin.
Mon May 20, 2013
Herald appeal for memorial info bares fruit
The conundrum over what year the war memorial at Invercairn was erected has been solved following a Fraserburgh Herald appeal.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Northern Scot
Dave Duncan, Tom Bell and Zara and Angus Gordon-Lennox look forward to the Highland games
HEAVY events are promising to make a weighty contribution to the Gordon Castle Highland Games and Country Fair in Fochabers today.
Fri May 17, 2013
Moc Golfers 11th After Second Round Of NCAA Regional
The Chattanooga Mocs men's golf team shot 294 today in second round of the NCAA Columbus Regional on the Scarlet Course.
Aldi reject site bid from council
The council had made an offer to the supermarket firm in the hope of taking over the derelict site as the base for its new headquarters.
Thu May 16, 2013
Press and Journal News
Scene set for Moray shopping complex showdown
A DATE has been set for a public hearing on controversial plans for a A 25million shopping complex in a Moray town.
Aberdeen City Council
Council, schools and community join forces for litter blitz of Hazlehead area
The Daily Record
French MSP Christian Allard sworn in at Holyrood
MR Allard moved to Scotland more than 25 years ago and today he made a non-religious affirmation and repeated it in his first language in front of MSPs in the debating chamber.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Northern Scot
Operation targets anti-social behaviour in Elgin
SPEEDING, litter and dog fouling offenders have been targeted by a police operation clamping down on anti-social behaviour in Elgin.