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The family of the late Alexander Strachan would like to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy extended to them in so many ways during their sad and sudden loss. Special thanks to the Rev. Nigel Parker for his kind support and comforti
A DRUGS drought following another successful police raid may help North-east addicts kick the habit, Grampian Police's Deputy Chief Constable claimed today. Peter Wilson was speaking after Strathclyde Police netted Scotland's biggest-ever narcotics haul of £2 million of heroin.
Tolls pose lorry .- rn for toms North-east opticians play down CJD fears NORTH-east eye patients have nothing to fear in the wake of the latest brain disease scare. Health minister Frank Dobson has ordered opticians to dispose of trial contract lenses after each fitting to cut th
~' I can't say that I have ever seen one, so probably the answer would be no. I think it's important for a city to have public toilets. Eric Armitage, 47, Marine Engineer, East Yorkshire. • n t • • - There are enough public toilets but some times they are locked, which is a bit