An internationally renowned polar bear expert will speak to an Aberdeen audience next week about the first time he came face to face with the fearsome, endangered predators.
A project which makes special teddy bears for children who have undergone complex surgery has donated its 2,000th cuddly toy.
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.
There was fun in the sun in Stonehaven yesterday as the first kegs were tapped for another year of one of Scotland’s biggest beer festivals.
Scientists from St Andrews University believe they could have solved the long-standing mystery of why our planet is so wet.
The organisers of one of Scotland’s biggest beer festivals have toasted another successful year and raised almost £30,000 for local charities.
Gimme Gimme Gimme a Band to play until midnight: ABBA cover band confirmed for Aberdeen’s Hogmanay street party
Aberdeen revellers will say Thank You For The Music this Hogmanay as an ABBA tribute band take to the stage in the city centre.
Marine researchers have confirmed an “unprecedented” number of beaked whale deaths occurring off the west coast of Scotland.
A number of notable people from the north of Scotland including a bishop, a sheriff and a zoology professor are among the hundreds of new names in the 2019 edition of Who’s Who.
An HGV driver from Stonehaven has celebrated losing more than 11 stones in a year by bagging as many Munros as possible.
Councils and business groups across Scotland are preparing to battle to keep Debenhams in their towns and cities, after the struggling chain unveiled plans to axe 50 high street stores, putting around 4,000 jobs at risk.
Hundreds of people rang in the bells with a Swedish pop twist on Hogmanay at Aberdeen’s official street party.
A substantive hearing to decide the future of Aberdeen FC’s new £50million stadium will be held early next year.
A 20-year-old man has died following a serious crash close to Garve.
Scottish beer drinkers have been asked to raise a glass to their local breweries this Christmas as a new strategy is launched to grow the sector into a £30billion a year industry.
The number of incidents involving police vehicles crashing while pursuing suspects has more than tripled over a four-year period.
Youth groups and projects from across the city have been granted almost £85,000 from an Aberdeen City Council initiative set up in place of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF).
While Jesus may have turned water into wine, two Aberdeen ministers will be performing their own miracle this weekend - by turning a traditional carol service into a jovial evening at the pub.
The number of applications made to a £100,000 project established in place of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival has shot up from just five last week to a “terrific” 30.
A modern gym, a spa, an art deco tea room and even a bar with walls and fixtures made of solid ice are all ideas which have been floated for the redevelopment of an historic Aberdeen swimming pool.
NHS Grampian told to apologise over ‘unreasonable’ three year delay in diagnosing mother’s bowel cancer
The failure by NHS Grampian to diagnose a mother’s bowel cancer over a three-year period “likely had a significant impact on her ability to survive her illness”, a public services watchdog has found.
A pensioner died yesterday following a one vehicle crash in an Aberdeen community.
An elderly D-Day hero who drove tanks during World War II believes Prince Philip should not be allowed behind the wheel of a car because of his age.
Police investigating the brutal killing of a north-east taxi driver have received more than 50 calls since launching a fresh appeal for information just days ago.
The family of a “gentle” taxi driver brutally attacked and left for dead in an Aberdeen suburb have made a desperate plea for his killer to come forward - 35 years on.
Aberdeen property experts have encouraged would-be buyers to “strike now” in claiming the city’s housing market is the most lucrative it has been for 25 years.
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.
A dog owner whose King Charles spaniel ate 20 chocolate bars has warned pet owners to be careful this Halloween.
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.
New figures have revealed there have been almost four injuries or near misses per week involving workers on the Aberdeen bypass construction project.
Fire teams are currently in attendance at a farm blaze close to Fraserburgh.
Home buyers hoping to send their children to some of Scotland’s best performing schools have to pay out almost £73,000 more than the average local price.