1. Body found washed up at harbour 'may be missing Highland man'

    Lachlan Simpson was last seen walking towards Tain after attending the Dornoch Show on July 25.

    Body found washed up at harbour 'may be missing Highland man'

    Body found washed up at harbour 'may be missing Highland man'

    via STV NEWS
  2. North Sea catering staff to vote on strike action in row over pay

    The Catering Offshore Trade Association claims employers refuse to honour a pay increase for staff.

    North Sea catering staff to vote on strike action in row over pay

    North Sea catering staff to vote on strike action in row over pay

    via STV NEWS
  3. Plans for £35m hotel scrapped over oil downturn's impact on Aberdeen

    Union Hanover Securities plans to sell the John Street site in Aberdeen.

    Plans for £35m hotel scrapped over oil downturn's impact on Aberdeen

    Plans for £35m hotel scrapped over oil downturn's impact on Aberdeen

    via STV NEWS
  4. Slow internet 'drives young people away from home and hurts business'

    The broadband speed gap between urban and rural areas is widening, especially in the north of Scotland.

    Slow internet 'drives young people away from home and hurts business'

    Slow internet 'drives young people away from home and hurts business'

    via STV NEWS
  5. Man raped woman after she asked him to stop having sex with her

    Arturs Kozlovskis, 31, attacked his victim, who cannot be named, in Aberdeen on March 1, 2014.

    Man raped woman after she asked him to stop having sex with her

    Man raped woman after she asked him to stop having sex with her

    via STV NEWS
  6. Former First Minister Alex Salmond says he 'prefers people of faith'

    The Gordon MP and Aberdeenshire East MSP made the comments in a video shot by the Church of Scotland.

    Former First Minister Alex Salmond says he 'prefers people of faith'

    Former First Minister Alex Salmond says he 'prefers people of faith'

    via STV NEWS
  7. Marischal Square developer to spend £500,000 restoring city landmark

    Developer Muse plans to 'rejuvenate' Provost Skene’s House in Aberdeen.

    Marischal Square developer to spend £500,000 restoring city landmark

    Marischal Square developer to spend £500,000 restoring city landmark

    via STV NEWS
  8. Plans to close police call centres suspended after report published

    Independent report into Police Scotland call handling after couple's death on M9 published on Thursday.

    Plans to close police call centres suspended after report published

    Plans to close police call centres suspended after report published

    via STV NEWS
  9. Eighty jobs threatened by airline’s plans to move work to England

    BMI Regional owner AIL plans to move engineering work to Bristol, putting dozens of Aberdeen-based workers at risk.

    Eighty jobs threatened by airline’s plans to move work to England

    Eighty jobs threatened by airline’s plans to move work to England

    via STV NEWS
  10. Badly decomposed body washes up near harbour in Aberdeenshire

    The remains were discovered near the entrance to Whitehills Marina in Banff on Wednesday.

    Badly decomposed body washes up near harbour in Aberdeenshire

    Badly decomposed body washes up near harbour in Aberdeenshire

    via STV NEWS
  11. Motorists face 25-mile diversion after heavy rain causes landslide

    Twenty metres of the route between Dallas and Knockando collapsed and the Moray road is shut until further notice.

    Motorists face 25-mile diversion after heavy rain causes landslide

    Motorists face 25-mile diversion after heavy rain causes landslide

    via STV NEWS
  12. Boat seized by police after protest against Faroe whale slaughter

    The small vessel belongs to the Sam Simon, a Sea Shepherd ship recently involved in an anti-whaling campaign in the Faroe Islands.

    Boat seized by police after protest against Faroe whale slaughter

    Boat seized by police after protest against Faroe whale slaughter

    via STV NEWS
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