News / North East & Tayside
Time capsule buried to mark a major milestone in the development of Scotland's largest offshore windfarm.
Robert McGhee, 24, was pronounced dead at the scene after his car left the road and struck a tree.
The army has been deployed to help residents in the north-east who have been without power for a week.
Over the course of three years £150,000 was annually kept back by Dundee City Council from the Business Gateway Tayside fund.
David Lapage died after his Nissan Navara was struck on the B977 in Aberdeenshire.
Sarah Doonan says the impacts of the virus have forced her into debt.
There was 67 passengers and six crew members on board the plane.
Around 120 troops will 'focus on welfare checks on the ground' in communities still impacted by loss of power.
With 6400 homes without power, thousands are facing another cold and dark night.
Niki Smith supports festive drink and drug driving campaign after being left paralysed in road crash 24 years ago.
The Class A drugs were recovered from a property in Aberdeen on Tuesday by officers.
Engineers have been working to restore power.
Connor Willis was involved in both robberies, which took place within a month of each other in 2019.
The crash happened on the B993 Torphins to Kincardine O’Neil road, Aberdeenshire, at around 9.05pm on Monday.
The move has been called a 'moment of wildlife history'.
David Cox told one of the victims that he had a 'god given right' to have sex with her.
Reasons behind the spend include an increase in the number of home care clients, sheltered housing costs and respite care.
Rest centres and food vans were setup to provide warmth and hot food to those affected.
The alarm in Keith's Union Street was raised on Sunday afternoon.
The Scottish SPCA has rescued four cockapoo type puppies that had been dumped in a bush at the side of the road.