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Flood alert issued for Aberdeenshire

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Scottish Opera's Primary Schools Tour The Tale o' Tam o' Shanter

Deeside pupils to tell Tale o’ Tam o’ Shanter

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John de Simone current Composer-in-Residence at sound. The Composer-in-Residence programme is part of soundcreators which has been recognised with three-year funding from Help Musicians UK.

Banchory-based music organisation secures funding

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Councillor welcomes Ballater community safety pilot

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Charity pledges £14 million to fight cancer

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Public consulted on future of Police Scotland

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New Fairtrade film challenges Scots not to feed exploitation

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DVLA is reminding motorists that there is just over one month to go until new vehicle tax rates come into force for all cars and some motor homes that are first registered from April 1, 2017.

New vehicle tax rates to be introduced

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Just a quarter of Scottish workers get enough mental health support

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Even Moussa Dembele looks surprised as he sends the ball sailing into the top corner for Celtics opener. Picture: SNS.

Celtic’s Moussa Dembele fast becoming £50m man – Cristian Gamboa

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MAROC members in Moray for Scottish Night Championships

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Massive win for Deeside in Caley 2 relegation battle

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Alisha and Maddy medal at Championships

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Aboyne man stepping up for London Marathon in friend’s memory

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Successful start to the year for Banchory-Stonehaven AC

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Aboyne Canoe Club hoping to bag a share of funding

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John de Simone current Composer-in-Residence at sound. The Composer-in-Residence programme is part of soundcreators which has been recognised with three-year funding from Help Musicians UK.

Banchory-based music organisation secures funding

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Curtis channels Ol’ Blue Eyes

Music
The Stranglers are embarking on a tour of Scotland.

Baz: Come and see our ugly mugs!

Music
John de Simone current Composer-in-Residence at sound. The Composer-in-Residence programme is part of soundcreators which has been recognised with three-year funding from Help Musicians UK.

Banchory-based music organisation secures funding

Lifestyle

5 reasons Scotland and North East England share more than just a border

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