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An Aberdeen-based North Sea search and rescue team has completed its 500th emergency response mission.
The first eight oak trees destined to replace the destroyed spire of Notre Dame cathedral have been selected from the Berce forest in the French Loire region, church officials said.
A team of 40 people, armed with just a single bar code and limited test data, spent days using “dogged determination” to track down the mystery person infected with the Manaus coronavirus variant.
Researchers at Aberdeen University have launched a project aiming to record the experiences of people across the world living through the coronavirus pandemic.
The Duchess of Sussex’s friends have rallied to her support as reports claimed a string of ex-royal workers will take part in the inquiry into bullying clams made against Meghan.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie said he believed his party can win new seats in May’s Holyrood election – as he urged activists to start campaigning safely as soon as coronavirus restrictions allow this.
The Welsh Government has not tried to set a “ceiling” on any pay rise for NHS staff, health minister Vaughan Gething has said.
John Swinney claims newly published legal evidence has “utterly disproved the conspiracy theory” put forward by Alex Salmond.
A man has died two days after he was hit by a lorry.
Gordon Elliott’s training licence has been suspended for a year by the Irish horse racing authorities.
Deaths from coronavirus have fallen by 41% in the course of a week, while hospital admissions have seen their fastest ever fall, the Health Secretary has said.
The Government has continued to defend its controversial recommendation of a 1% pay rise for NHS workers despite growing anger and the threat of industrial action.
Five men have been reported to the procurator fiscal following a crackdown on domestic abuse in Aberdeen.
Plans for remote control towers at airports will have a “very significant negative impact” on some island communities, according to a new report.
The UK’s unilateral moves to delay full implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol could make it “more tricky” to find permanent solutions to trade disruption, the EU has said.
More than one million people in the UK have now received both doses of Covid-19 vaccine.
The FTSE 100 tipped into the red at the end of a turbulent session despite a rebound from strong US jobs figures.
The European Union and the United States have agreed to suspend tariffs in the long-standing Airbus-Boeing dispute, in a mark of goodwill to rebuild transatlantic relations.
A woman who stabbed her partner to death with a steak knife has been convicted of his murder for a second time, after a retrial was ordered by the Court of Appeal.
The UN special envoy for Myanmar has called for urgent Security Council action to reverse the military coup, saying about 50 peaceful protesters had been killed in the military’s worst crackdowns this week and scores more were seriously injured.
Trees for Tom, a tree-planting initiative set up by Captain Sir Tom Moore’s family in his honour, has raised more than £100,000 in less than a week.
A children’s charity is campaigning for a £100 million fund to support the health of babies and their carers.
The mystery person infected with the Manaus variant of coronavirus has been found.
After a dramatic few weeks for Scottish politics, as Nicola Sturgeon and Alex Salmond testified to the inquiry into the government's handling of complaints against the former first minister, we look at what happens next.
A woman who stabbed her partner to death with a steak knife has been convicted of his murder for a second time after a retrial was ordered by the Court of Appeal.
There are fears that a migrant remains missing at sea after a boat got into difficulty in the English Channel.
When Ingrid Bergman asks Humphry Bogart what he’s thinking in the film Casablanca, I’m sure most people don’t realise that they were speaking the Scots language!
This week’s Aberdonian is celebrating International Women’s Day which takes place on Monday March 8.
A drop-in Covid facility in Peterhead, which offers self-tests to those without symptoms, will be operating with extended hours from today.
Solicitor General Michael Ellis has welcomed a decision by appeal judges to increase a jail term handed to a man convicted of offences, including conspiracy to supply drugs and inflicting grievous bodily harm, from five to nine years.