Debenhams saw its half-year profits plunge nearly 85% after extreme weather brought in by the Beast from the East gouged earnings.
Dale Winton, who has died at the age of 62, became a household name through hosting a variety of gameshows.
Meghan Markle is attempting to reinvent herself as the new Diana, her half-brother has reportedly said.
What the papers say
Patrick Vieira could be returning to Arsenal in the role of manager should Arsene Wenger step down at the end of the season, the Daily Mail reports. Amid speculation the club’s bosses are looking at potential successors to Wenger’s 22-year reign, Vieira is said to be tipped as a possible replacement. The 41-year-old is currently leading New York City and was a popular player during his time at the Emirates from 1996-2005.
Plastic straws, drinks stirrers and cotton buds could be banned from sale in England under plans being set out by Theresa May.
TV presenter and Supermarket Sweep host Dale Winton has died at the age of 62.
City residents living next to the site where the new exhibition centre is being built returned home from work to find their route was blocked by a huge hole on the road.
Aberdeen council chiefs are ready to launch a new logo - albeit one that looks very much like the last one.
Coastguards yesterday warned dog owners they were risking their lives trying to save their pets following four rescues along the east coast over the past few days.
Judy Murray has welcomed a north-east council’s decision to back a £15million sports centre for Inverurie.
A professional cyclist visited school children yesterday ahead of a British cycling race which will return to Aberdeen this year.
Designs have been unveiled for a new “wheeled sports” park in Inverness which would be the first in the city for youngsters to use their scooters.
Work to install flood alleviation channels in Kingussie are now complete following a three phase project.
A new study has revealed the direct correlation between alcohol availability and crime across the north of Scotland and further afield.
The hotel has played host to such stars as Oasis and Van Morrison, Cliff Richard and Ronnie Corbett and Hollywood actor Charlton Heston.
Inverness’ Donnie MacDonald believes achieving success at the Speyside Stages will be tougher than ever given the increased competition at this year’s event.
The last Aberdeen-built ship has begun a new life on the front line of the fight against Somali pirates.
A Moray farmer has been confirmed as the youngest judge selected for this year’s Royal Highland Show.
Lee McCulloch believes the first 20 minutes of Rangers’ home game against Hearts on Sunday is key to the rest of their season.
Moray residents who believe rail services have gone off track will have the chance to question the managing director of Scotrail Alliance at a public meeting later this month.