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Springer spaniel hangs up protective boots after helping locate casualties over the past eight years.
Doug Sangster says it will cost him thousands of pounds to fly home to Australia.
Coastguard teams were alerted to a person in the water at Donmouth in Aberdeen on Thursday evening.
Oldmachar Academy took the decision on Thursday night after consulting with NHS Grampian.
The urgent new advice was issued in response to a 'significant cluster' of confirmed Covid-19 cases.
NHS Tayside confirmed eight cases have been linked to Kingspark School in Dundee.
Police have issued a picture of one of the dogs, a white spaniel with brown patches on her face.
The battle over Lochside Leisure Centre in Forfar has been rumbling on for 18 months.
NHS Tayside confirmed six cases have been linked to Kingspark School in Dundee.
Fifteen employees at the 2 Sisters processing plant in Coupar Angus have the virus along with two others in the wider community.
Nicola Sturgeon said the 'reluctant' decision had been made as the city's outbreak is not 'completely under control'.
The 29-year-old has now been found safe and well.
Geddes McLean waited four years for a transplant, spending the last 11 months living in a hotel.
Ten people have tested positive for Covid-19 in connection with the 2 Sisters processing plant in Coupar Angus.
Police have issued a warning over the scammers who create fake profiles on dating sites and social media apps.
NHS Tayside’s health protection team was made aware of the single case connected to Kingspark School on Tuesday.
Driver Brett McCullough, conductor Donald Dinnie and passenger Christopher Stuchbury died when a train derailed.
Children from two separate primary schools in Perth and Kinross self-isolating at home after experiencing symptoms.
One further person is awaiting the results of their test following an outbreak at the 2 Sisters site in Coupar Angus.
Aberdeen has been in local lockdown for nearly two weeks with 207 cases linked to pubs outbreak.