A patient at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary died after a trainee doctor failed to spot a tear in his aorta with the error going unchecked by a consultant.
NHS Grampian has spent nearly £11million sending thousands of patients to private hospitals to try to meet a flagship Scottish Government policy on treatment waiting times.
A Moray midwife accused of misconduct by NHS Grampian has spoken of her two-year fight to clear her name after being accused of wrongdoing by nursing chiefs.
Close to a fifth of family doctors in the north east are due to retire by the end of next year, heaping "frightening" pressure on an already under-strain health service.
NHS Grampian chiefs were warned more than a year ago about an impending crisis at an Aberdeen GP surgery now forced to close due to staff shortages with the future care of 8,000 patients now unclear.
Ambulance crews took twice as long as they should have to reach a pregnant woman who collapsed and died at a coffee morning.
Police are ready to speak to more than 1,000 holidaymakers returning home to Scotland following the Tunisian beach terror attack.
A UK Government minister was under fire last night for refusing to meet the widows of the oil workers who died in the 2013 Super Puma crash.
A Moray care home accused of burning residents with hot water bottles and not showing them "respect" is looking for a new owner.
Alan Duncan said he had been "moved to tears" after seeing thousands of refugees left homeless following an IS slaughter last year.
A pharmacist and former gameshow contestant from Aberdeen has been accused of stealing controlled drugs from chemist shops where she worked.
There were tears of laughter mixed with those of sadness yesterday as the institution that is the Singing Kettle said farewell for the final time.
A clan chief is to appear at the highest civil court in the land next week as a long-running dispute over access to a Nairn beach comes to a head.
Long-awaited plans to create a permanent training ground for Aberdeen Football Club at Bridge of Don have fallen through at the eleventh hour.
NHS Grampian is looking to cut the £10m it spends on inhalers every year given the large amount of chest medication that is wasted.
A rare bird once driven to extinction in Britain has successfully produced four chicks at a secret Scottish site.
Sir Ian and Lady Helen Wood have donated £10million to pay for a new multistorey car park at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary - one of the biggest charitable donations of its kind.
Up to 300 hospital consultants are to call for urgent improvements to the management of NHS Grampian amid an unprecedented threat to frontline care.
A landmark legal hearing will be held this week in a bid to quicken the criminal investigation into a North Sea helicopter crash which killed four offshore workers.
A second party has decided to give youth a chance in the forthcoming Elgin North by-election.
Patients were turned away from casualty and a number of operations shelved as "winter pressures" gripped Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Just two years ago the number of delayed discharges from NHS Grampian Hospitals was virtually zero.
More than 30 staff at NHS Grampian were suspended from duty in 2014 amid a string of allegations about their conduct - from being drunk while at work to inappropriate behaviour.
Three consultants at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary who were referred to the General Medical Council after a controversial report into conduct at the flagship hospital have been cleared of any wrongdoing.
Board members at NHS Grampian are to be retrained after a key report found that members had been unaware of critical problems at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
An influential pressure group that puts the patient's voice at the heart of NHS care in the north-east has been launched.
The third trial over the death of a former Moray woman whose remains were found in the garden of an Australian home two decades after she disappeared has dramatically collapsed.
A patient of the Queen's Surgeon in Scotland who has been controversially suspended over his conduct has credited him with saving her life - and claimed that others would suffer if he wasn't immediately reinstated.
A north man has spoken from the Middle East about his fight against Islamic State - and insisted he is no "Xbox warrior" looking for 15 minutes of fame.
A major overhaul of health services in the north east has been described as a "leap in the dark" as a major step forward is taken in the way the elderly and vulnerable are looked after.
Critical work to improve the training of doctors at NHS Grampian is to be undertaken after a report found it to be an "unpopular place" for young medics.
NHS Grampian has embarked on a global recruitment drive to bring permanent medical staff to Aberdeen.