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40 min ago | Ellon Times
Maizie Fraser, aged 4, who attends Alehousewells Nursery in Kemnay, was representing Inverurie at the ModelScotland UK contest that was held in the Ponds Hotel, Glasgow on Sunday, .
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4 hrs ago | Buchan Observer
Victims of hate crime across Aberdeenshire are being urged to make their voices heard and report incidents to the police through a new Scottish Government campaign.
The 82nd Arbroath Musical Festival will open with a bang next week thanks to the talents of young percussionists in Angus and Dundee.
ROSDEEP Kular was taken under guard from Cornton Vale Prison to an undertakers in Kirkcaldy but was not present at tragic three-year-old's funeral yesterday.
Planning chiefs are being urged to rein in management at Musselburgh Racecourse to prevent further unauthorised development on the site.
A PARADE by a controversial new group of Loyalists has been changed to avoid potential clashes during the League Cup Final, when over tens of thousands of football fans will flood into Glasgow.
Richard Gibson s painting was inspired by his own experience of warfare and the music of John Lennon.
Pupils at Arbroath High School have been taking part in the ARCH Project to run a foodbank.
Residents in Brechin and across Tayside are being urged to be on vigilant against telephone fraud following a number of scams in the area.
Edward McKenzie-Green, 34, from Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to making A 64,612.58 in payments from Oxfam to fictitious firms between February and December 2011.
Kath, who lives in Duns, but is originally from Hawick having grown up on Lairehope Farm, near Teviothead, told us: "It's an honour that all four dogs have qualified.
The public reaction to development proposals for the Westfield area has so far been "encouraging", according to the companies behind the scheme.
Police found the three-year-old's body in woodland in Fife six weeks ago. His mother Rosdeep, 33, has been charged with his murder Rosdeep Kular, who is accused of murdering the three-year-old, was taken under guard to the funeral home where the three-year-old's remains were being kept.
A day of family-friendly events and activities for younger book lovers, ahead of the return Glasgow's literary festival Aye Write! next month.
A SCOT who owns the world's largest collection of Willy Wonka film memorabilia is to put it on display.
The A9 is the road Scots love to hate, holding a reputation as both the gateway to the stunning scenery of the Highlands and as Scotland's most notorious killer road.
If the 64,000 16 to 24-year-olds in Scotland who are out of work all stood in line, that line would be 38.5 miles long, according to the figures produced by the House of Commons library.