More than 40 objections have been lodged against plans for a link road for a new community at Stonehaven, over fears it could turn a quiet street into a “rat run” or “mini bypass” for vehicles avoiding the centre of the town.
Marine researchers have confirmed an “unprecedented” number of beaked whale deaths occurring off the west coast of Scotland.
Burning excitement spread through Shetland yesterday as dozens of bearded Vikings with a fiery passion for tradition put the finishing touches to the centrepiece of this year’s Up Helly Aa.
Aberdeen University has ranked joint 15th in the UK for overall student satisfaction in a new survey.
Aberdeenshire head teacher joins local officers to crack down on antisocial pupils during summer holidays
An Aberdeenshire head teacher has taken an unusual step to prevent youths misbehaving during the summer holidays by joining police officers on patrols.
With a stable job in the oil and gas industry and two university degrees under his belt, Scott McMillan thought he had his whole life laid out in front of him.
And the winner of the P&J minibus competition is...
The leader of this year’s up Helly Aa fire festival will follow in the footsteps of his father when he leads a redoubtable procession of Vikings through the streets of Lerwick tomorrow.
The relatively tiny body of a newborn sperm whale has washed up in the Western Isles, prompting researchers to believe females of the awe-inspiring species could be swimming in Scottish waters.
Jeremy Clarkson's contract with the BBC will not be renewed, it has been reported.
Repairs works on a north-east bridge will be carried out this month - leading to the partial closure of one of the region's busiest roads.
One of the Aberdeen's most popular charities could be forced out of business due to a 10 week road closure related to a major housing project
For almost 200 years, the men of Lonach have marched through the ancient glens of Strathdon proudly wielding their traditional pikes and sporting their historic tartans.
Little Michael McBride has never had any formal tutoring or lessons, but decided to start teaching himself numbers and words using his mum's iPad when he was just two years old.
A third humpback whale has been spotted feeding off the Moray coast.
A Canadian psychotherapist has launched an appeal to find a mysterious Scottish woman who she believes was in love with her war hero uncle.
The singer George Michael has died aged 53.
A football club for young people in Aberdeen has been terrorised by bike-riding thugs driving dangerously across its pitches and frightening players.
These are the first images of Donald Trump's new clubhouse at the heart of his Menie golf resort in Aberdeenshire.
Plans for a new £13million school for the Stoneywood area of Aberdeen have moved a step closer to reality.
Plans to shake-up an Aberdeen secondary school's catchment zone by closing the door on rural pupils have been thrown out.
A workshop exploring the exploits of Walter White - the chemistry teacher turned high-level drugs producer in hit show Breaking Bad - will be one of the highlights of this year's TechFest2015.
Nigel Farage, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband have all resigned following defeat in the General Election.
A star of the Great British Bake Off will be rolling up his sleeves to launch a festival celebrating the benefits of part-time learning in Aberdeen next month.
A £14.3million extension of an Aberdeenshire secondary school was officially opened yesterday.
Plans for a £4.3million replacement for a disability centre that was destroyed in a blaze in Aberdeen are gathering pace.
No regrets: Scotland’s former youngest politician on his colleagues success and advice for the new wave of young MPs
Former Aberdeen City Councillor John West, who hit headlines in 2007 when he became Scotland's youngest ever politician, has said that he does not regret abandoning his political career despite his former party's landslide victory in the general election.
Nigel Farage has lost the seat in South Thanet, and is expected to resign “within ten minutes”. Earlier this year the UKIP leader pledged that he would resign if he failed in his seventh attempt to get a seat in Westminster. He lost to Conservative Craig Mackinlay, who won 18,838 of the votes. Farage secured 16,026 votes.
Two people have been taken to hospital following a crash on an Aberdeenshire road.
The troubled NHS Grampian health board has a appointed a new chief executive.
Health bosses are struggling to enforce a smoking ban on hospital grounds.
Monday morning again people, but don't worry, at least the traffic isn't too bad.