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Julian Assange’s father has claimed his son was “harassed” by a prison cell search the day before the start of his court battle against extradition.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned that the country’s virus epidemic is “still grim and complex”, and called for more efforts to halt the outbreak.
The editor of a political magazine will kickstart Robert Gordon University’s International Women’s Day celebrations.
A new tree has been planted in the grounds of a council headquarters to celebrate a climate-change workshop.
Two men have seriously assaulted someone during the early hours of the morning near the River Clyde.
Four cruise ship passengers flown to England this weekend have tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the UK to 13.
Officers are keen to speak to two people seen in the area around the time of the robbery.
The organisers of Grampian Pride are hosting a comedy event.
A cruise ship passenger hospitalised after testing positive for coronavirus has died, become the third fatality from the Diamond Princess, Japan’s health ministry has said.
Crime rates across Aberdeen are falling, according to a new police report.
Joanna Cherry QC has confirmed she would step down from Westminster if she is elected to a Holyrood seat.
A series of police community surgeries are to be held.
Concern has been expressed over reports that Boris Johnson has ordered his Brexit team to find ways to “get around” the Northern Ireland protocol.
Turkey’s border with Iran would be closed from Sunday due to the number of coronavirus cases in its eastern neighbour, Turkey’s health minister said.
Twin baby sharks, born in the UK for the first time and hand-fed, have celebrated their first birthday in a major milestone for British marine conservation.
A north-east MSP has welcomed payments that have helped carers throughout the region by offering them more money.
New documents illustrating the fascinating history of the city’s airport have been uncovered.
Aberdeen University said there are 15 places on its upcoming BEng civil engineering degree, which starts in September.
A vigil will be held next month to honour disabled victims.
Called a mental wellbeing hub, the project will cost more than £800,000 and is being jointly developed by both Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire councils.
A service that helps people return to exercise after heart problems has been celebrating its 20th anniversary.
A man has been taken to hospital following an assault on a street in Glasgow in the early hours of Sunday.
Belongings of a missing woman have been found near a bridge in Glasgow as police continue the search for her.
A series of projects aimed at changing travel behaviour among residents in the north-east has been launched by a local authority.
A national tourism organisation is appealing for artists to submit designs as part of a north-east art trail.
All three Labour leadership candidates have said they would offer their rivals shadow cabinet positions if they won the race to succeed Jeremy Corbyn.
Bus services in a north-east community could be set for changes.
The Met Office has issued a snow warning for parts of the north-east tomorrow.
Police were called to a Glasgow street after reports of a man allegedly carrying a firearm.
Aberdeen FC and Aberdeen University have announced a two-year extension to their schools and communities partnership.