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  1. Kevin Main in shot-stopping action for former club Buckie Thistle.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | The Northern Scot

    And the 32-year-old's steady influence is shown in the Highland League TV channel's latest match highlights . The keeper, who moved to United at the end of last month after a richly successful 11-year spell at Jags, is a major signing for The Haughs outfit, bossed by former Elgin City manager Ross Jack.

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  2. Inspection of RAF Lossiemouth Childcare Centre, Lossiemouth, MorayRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 14 | PressReleasePoint

    The highly empathetic and understanding nature of the whole team in supporting emotional health and wellbeing of children and families in the RAF community. We discussed with staff and the education authority how they might continue to improve the early learning and childcare setting.

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  3. Labour and Conservatives neck and neck, reveals new pollRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Business News

    A poll conducted by Populus puts Labour on 36% and the Tories on 35% - a result well within the margin of error The poll was conducted shortly after the Clacton and 'Heywood and Middleton' by-elections last Thursday , which saw Douglas Carswell , who defected to UKIP from the Conservatives, return to parliament with a handsome majority. Additionally, in Heywood and Middleton, the Labour party won, but UKIP came a close second with 617 votes separating the candidates.

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  4. Deal for Scots fisherman offsets Russian sanctionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Scotsman.com

    SCOTTISH fishermen have welcomed the decision at the European Fish Council to give the fishing fleet the option to bank up to 25 per cent of this year's mackerel and herring quota to mitigate the impact of Russian trade sanctions. Ian Gatt, chief executive of the Scottish Pelagic Fishermen's Association, said: "It is still too early to assess what the impact of the Russian trade sanctions will be on the Scottish mackerel sector.

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  5. Greta takes top honour at awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Fraserburgh Herald

    Greta Bowie of Dial a Community Bus in Buchan has been heralded Volunteer Escort of the Year at the inaugural Grampian Volunteer Transport Awards. The awards were held on October 7 to recognise the invaluable work of volunteer drivers and escorts within the north-east.

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  6. October 14: Daily Record breakfast news blog LIVERead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | The Daily Record

    JOIN us until 10am Monday to Friday for all the day's top stories from news, sport, entertainment and lifestyle, and a little bit more. The Tory leader sent minion William Hague to historic talks so he could skip out on the Scottish powers debate It's a cold morning out there - a sure sign that winter is on the way, if it's not here already that is.

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  7. Cameras to monitor swimmers at poolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Sunday Herald

    SWIMMERS at three public pools will soon be filmed, with high resolution images of their aquatic efforts appearing on a bank of screens at the poolside. SWIMMERS at three public pools will soon be filmed, with high resolution images of their aquatic efforts appearing on a bank of screens at the poolside.

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  8. Budget battle is big picture over ageing CCTVRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Sunday Herald

    Ever since the first public space cameras were put in place in the 1980s, the big public debate has been on the rights and wrongs of mass surveillance. There is still plenty to talk about on just how often we are being filmed - not least as it looks like an increasing numbers of police officers and security staff will carry bodycams.

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  9. Graham McBeath - on the lookout for new facesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | The Northern Scot

    The former Rothes boss announced his departure from the Kynoch Park outfit following their 4-0 league defeat at Buckie Thistle on Saturday. McBeath told the Northern Scot how his wife was dealing with breast cancer and he needed to spend more time with his family.

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  10. Elgin penalty captured on videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | The Northern Scot

    ELGIN City's penalty kick decision was the main talking point of Saturday's Scottish Cup replay at Forres Mechanics. Forres led with just 15 minutes to go when Elgin striker Craig Gunn won a spot kick, which he scored to lead his team's comeback to win 3-1.

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  11. New head of education and social care in MorayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | The Northern Scot

    Laurence Findlay had been acting head of the department at Moray Council since his predecessor Sandy Riddell left to take up a the job as director of health and social care with Fife Council in August. Mr Findlay's first teaching post was at Stewart's Melville College in Edinburgh before he returned to his old school Fraserburgh Academy, where he had a spell as acting principal teacher of guidance.

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  12. Scottish Green Party conference round-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Business News

    The Scottish Greens ' conference took place this weekend, with the major story that John Finnie , former SNP MSP, has joined the party John Finnie was an SNP member of the Scottish parliament , having been elected in 2011. However, he left the SNP in 2012 over its policy to remain in Nato, in the event of an independent Scotland.

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  13. New top cop for Marr area...Read the original story

    Monday Oct 13 | Deeside Today

    CI Craig, who has more than 20 years of police experience, will have responsibility for the area from north of Ellon to south of Laurencekirk and as far west as Huntly and Braemar. In 1997, he moved to then Traffic Department based in the City where he also worked in the Firearms Department undertaking Royalty Protection duties and also working in the Netherlands during the trial of the Lockerbie bomber.

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  14. Alan to stand for Labour in by-electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Fraserburgh Herald

    Scottish Labour has chosen Alan Duffill - a court and family lawyer and partner in a local law firm - to contest the seat, which fell vacant following the death of Councillor John Duncan. Commenting on his selection, Alan said: "I am delighted at having been selected.

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  15. Gosia celebrates graduation successRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Fraserburgh Herald

    Malgorzata Kasprzyk, also known as Gosia, graduated at North East Scotland College's Awards Fraserburgh Ceremony with an HND in Social Sciences recently. Gosia, who lives in Fraserburgh, said she has nothing but praise for the college which has helped her progress from part-time learner to a full-time student at university.

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  16. Teenager was told by doctors she had slipped disc.. but it turned out to be huge tumourRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | The Daily Record

    DION YATES was finally diagnosed with the rare form of cancer Ewing's sarcoma after enduring months of agony and the brave 15-year-old has vowed to beat the disease. BRAVE Dion Yates was diagnosed with a slipped disc - but it turned out to be a rare and deadly tumour raging through her body.

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  17. 'Vote UKIP, get UKIP': the tide has turned in British politicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 12 | Business News

    The argument from the Conservatives that a vote for UKIP is a vote for Miliband, is wearing thin. Clacton has changed everything Under Britain's first-past-the-post system, it is remarkably hard for smaller parties to enter parliament.

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  18. Listen upRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Sunday Herald

    'AND this," says Dame Evelyn Glennie, "is a wrenchaphone." The instrument resembles a xylophone, but with bars made from worn-old wrenches.

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  19. Locals show their support at Ellon Rotary fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Inverurie Today

    Organised for deserving organisations and persons in Ellon, the event saw visitors and members gather in lovely weather at the end of September, He said: "There was fantastic support from local businesses who clearly had the interests of local community organisations and inventive persons at their hearts. A huge thank you to those who committed to sponsoring this year's event."

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  20. Ambitious Lossiemouth eye Rangers legends Andy Goram and Lorenzo Amoruso for managementRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | The Daily Record

    THE Highland league side were accused of lacking ambition by departing manager Stevie Dunn last week, but a bid for the two Rangers legends was confirmed yesterday. LOSSIEMOUTH are trying to lure Rangers legends Lorenzo Amoruso and Andy Goram into management - days after being accused of "lacking ambition".

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