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Police investigating after jogger spots damage to main entrance door at popular Stonehaven tourist attraction
Participants holding placards met in the city's Union Street as speeches were made.
The University of St Andrews has issued an apology for its past failures to value black, Asian and minority ethnic students.
Bob Morning, known as 'Bob the joiner' was given a round of applause as he left ICU.
The Chester Hotel says the coverings will help seat up to 100 guests once lockdown measures are relaxed.
Emergency services were called to Stewart Park Place in Aberdeen on Sunday morning.
The O-13 mysteriously disappeared in the North Sea in 1940 with 34 crew members on board.
Dragados UK's involvement in the South Harbour development will stop on June 15.
Loganair announces service, which replaces a previous route to Stansted, will commence on July 6.
The energy giant has announced it will axe thousands of workers worldwide by end of this year.
Emergency services were called to the blaze in Moray on Sunday afternoon.
Baldovie Industrial Estate in Dundee went up in flames on Sunday evening.
The bridge, at Barry Mill near Carnoustie, has now been rendered unsafe to use.
Charity initiative named after student Emily Drouet, who took her own life after suffering domestic abuse.
The project, which will extend the life of the railway track between Dundee and Fife, is expected to last nightly until September.
Five caravans were raided at Aberfeldy Caravan Park between Friday 22 and Sunday, May 24.
Investigating officers are also appealing to a witness who saw the theft to get in touch.
Scotrail said there would be significant changes to the look and feel of the station.
The University of Stirling student is raising money for Cardiac Risk in the Young.
The runaway spaniel was trapped on rocks on the north side of the harbour breakwater at Footdee in Aberdeen.