A new bridge providing access for members of the public to and from Inverness Shopping Park and local businesses was officially opened yesterday.
LeBron James was given a hero’s welcome as he returned to Cleveland and was instrumental in the Los Angeles Lakers 109-105 victory.
A gleeful Aberdeen audience entered the festive season slightly early last night as a stage version of popular Christmas movie Elf visited the city.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish insists he will not be treating his side's Euro 2020 qualifying group lightly despite being guaranteed a place in the tournament play-offs.
A multi-million pound investment project is expected to double the number of life sciences companies in the north-east as part of a wider plan to diversify the local economy away from oil and gas.
What the papers say
Jose Mourinho has drawn up his January wish list and the Portuguese wants to bring in Diego Godin from Atletico Madrid or Lorenzo Pellegrini from Roma, the Daily Mirror reports. The club would also look at Gary Cahill from Chelsea if neither of the deals come off, the paper adds.
City council chiefs have not objected to a cost limiting bid by Kingsford campaigners that could potentially cost the taxpayer.
The number of homeless people in Britain has risen to 320,000, half of them in London, as the nation’s housing crisis worsens, a charity has found.
The sound of “huge” explosions has been heard in south-east London after fire broke out at a bus depot.
The rising tide of obesity has led to thousands of youngsters having Type 2 diabetes, a charity has said.
Aberdeen’s Kristen Fraser hopes to create history this weekend by becoming the first Scottish female boxer to win the Commonwealth bantamweight title.
NHS Grampian has offered an "unreserved apology" to a grieving mum after it was found to have discarded her baby's remains.
A meeting has been called to discuss one of the busiest routes on the west coast ferry network - but users say it is not words but action that are needed to solve poor service.
A village postmaster and her customers have launched an appeal to find the owner of a precious brooch.
A pothole on a north road that has been patched more than 20 times may soon be repaired permanently, as tests by BEAR are announced.
A price hike on the Caledonian Sleeper train has been condemned by politicians and users, saying an urgent review must take place.
Nissan’s board will meet on Thursday to decide whether to dismiss its chairman Carlos Ghosn following his arrest on suspicion of under-reporting his income.
The Government is facing calls to take immediate action against the United Arab Emirates after a British academic accused of spying with “absolutely no evidence” was jailed for life.
Highland Council will recommend an objection is raised to a massive Moray Firth wind project over concerns it could “dominate the horizon”.