A Highland cow has almost jumped over the moon as part of a campaign to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
Police are searching for a missing seven-year-old boy near Nairn. The emergency services received a report that the young boy was missing shortly after 9pm. Coastguard teams are currently assisting the police in the search around the area. Police are particularly concerned for the young boy’s wellbeing. More to follow.
A96 must be dualled ‘as soon as possible’ to prevent further heartbreak, after nine deaths in a year
Safety campaigners say the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road must be dualled as swiftly as possible in the wake of a ninth death in 12 months.
Vandals have racked up a repairs bill of more than £750,000 by targeting schools across the north and north-east.
A pensioner who went missing yesterday from his home in Elgin has been traced.
A police chief has said there can be "no let up" on drink-driving after new figures revealed there has been little decline since the legal limit was lowered.
A man who died in a serious crash on Friday evening on the A98 Fochabers to Cullen road has been named by police as 35-year-old Stuart Smith.
As glasses are raised across the north-east and Moray for the Spirit of Speyside festival, work continues on grand plans to celebrate the illicit history of Scotland’s national drink and its connection to one of Scotland’s most remote communities.
Thousands of visitors descended on Speyside yesterday for the most popular Gordon Castle Highland Games to date.
Scottish ambulance workers have been forced to waste time dealing with hundreds of malicious and false calls every year.
North-east Tories accuse SNP of hoarding £450 million for ‘independence slush fund’ while councils can’t afford to cut grass
Conservative politicians have accused the Scottish Government of deliberately under-spending its budget by almost £450 million to create an "Independence slush fund" - while north-east councils "can't afford to cut the grass”.
The public will be invited behind the scenes at some of the north-east’s most intriguing buildings tomorrow for this year’s Doors Open Day.
A major search for a Moray pensioner who disappeared has now been focused on waterways in the region.
The annual cost of extra delivery fees paid by Scottish consumers has reached £40 million for the first time, according to new figures.
Three people were dramatically rescued from a vessel this weekend moments before it ran aground in choppy seas near Burghead.
NHS Grampian patients locked into controversial bedside TV service until 2027, while contract with NHS Highland runs out next week
A controversial hospital bed television service will cease at NHS Highland sites next week – but will remain for NHS Grampian patients for the next seven years due to a lengthy contract agreement signed more than a decade ago.
A 76-year-old was cut out of his car and taken to hospital tonight after a car crash in the middle of a Moray town.
A Moray primary school is celebrating the completion of a major £4.5million refurbishment project.
Health bosses have agreed to fund the provision of a life-changing children’s cardiac nurse following years of campaigning and support by a local charity.
Fears have been raised that midwives across Scotland are facing increasing pressures due to lack of staff and the increasing age and obesity rates of expectant mothers.
A mum from Moray who returned to education after her life was uprooted by the downturn in the oil and gas industry was one of the hundreds of happy graduates at yesterday’s ceremony in the Beach Ballroom.
Eight-month waiting times could be slashed and an additional 15,000 potentially life-saving scans could be offered to NHS Grampian patients annually as part of a £55 million investment.
Firefighters are currently battling a chip van blaze in Moray. Two teams were dispatched to the scene of the incident on Coulardbank Road in Lossiemouth, close to Lossiemouth High School, shortly after 7.20pm. The incident is still ongoing.
A hefty bill for taxi fares equating to salaries for almost 30 nurses has been run up by NHS Grampian in the last year.
A new report by a national organisation campaigning against incinerators has called the environmental impact of Aberdeen’s upcoming £150million facility into question.
A heartfelt fundraising ball will be held this month to celebrate five years since a little north-east girl’s life was saved by the kindness of an organ donor.
Entries are now open for the Cairngorm to Coast challenge next year.
Voluntary groups across the north and north-east are celebrating after being given the highest award possible from the Queen.
Hopes for improved cancer care across the north as plans move ahead for multi-million-pound particle accelerator
NHS Grampian hope to use a new multi-million-pound particle accelerator to improve cancer care and more across the north of Scotland.
The head of road policing Scotland has issued an impassioned plea for drivers to remain safe this winter following a year of fatal tragedies on the country’s roads.
A nature expert has warned campers against the dangers of starting fires on peaty soil.
A geologist and bagpiper has penned a new book uncovering the fascinating history and stories behind some of Scotland’s most famous piping tunes.