Motorists are being warned to expect further disruption after heavy rain resulted in the roadworks on the A95 Boat of Garten to Craigellachie road being prolonged.
An Elgin couple who had a “very difficult” time last year are delighted to have won the top prize in P&J's Cash Giveaway.
Sister of tragic kayaker Dominic Jackson who drowned off the Moray coast hopes her new charity will help prevent any more deaths
The sister of a kayaker who drowned off the Moray coast has spoken of her hopes that his death will help save the lives of other people through her new charity and campaigning work with the RNLI.
Fire crews are battling a wild fire near a north east golf club.
Residents of three rural Aberdeenshire villages met last night to voice their concerns about the proposed routes for new dual carriageway being planned by Transport Scotland.
Six people were injured yesterday following a two-vehicle collision which left a car on its roof in a field.
Motorists are being warned to be extra vigilant for the next few weeks as Scotland's young deer search for new territory.
Motorists were yesterday warned to take care on roads because gritting treatments were expected to be “less effective” due to plunging temperatures overnight.
Friends and family of a popular Moray publican are preparing to hike up Ben Rinnes in his memory.
Eight volunteer groups from across the north-east have been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
Holidaymakers could face “widespread disruption” and delays this summer if airport workers vote in favour of strike action.
As one of the biggest employers in the country NHS Grampian is once again helping north-east school pupils gain “frontline” experience as part of an innovative teaching programme.
The tills of shopping centres in the north and north-east were jingling yesterday as customers rushed to get last-minute Christmas gifts.
North and north-east fine dodgers have been forced to repay outstanding debts after court officers froze their bank accounts.
The north and north-east burned at the weekend as emergency services tackled a series of serious wildfires.
Motorists travelling on the Snow Road tourist route can expect weeks of delays and a 24-mile detour when emergency works to repair two historic bridges begins.
A new mapping tool aimed at safeguarding wild salmon in Scottish rivers has been developed in partnership with the Scottish Government to look at the impact of climate change.
Two Aberdeenshire teenage brothers have climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for a charity set up in memory of a kayaker they knew who died after going missing at sea.
Holidaymakers are not the only north-east residents off to warmer climes this month - four osprey chicks are also off to sunny Spain.
More than 60 workers across the north and north east have been made suddenly redundant following the collapse of a Scottish vehicle rental company.
Scottish tourism bosses have confirmed nearly two-thirds of their tourist information centres will close as part of a “radical” move, designed to meet the increasingly digital needs of visitors.
A fire that broke out near the Clashach Quarry yesterday is now being treated as suspicious.
Tragic kayaker Dominic Jackson’s sister realises her dream of becoming a children’s author thanks to money left in his will
Ellie Jackson has now realised her dream of becoming a children’s author using money her brother left in his will.
Callum Hendry was 32 when he decided to return to full-time education to pursue his passion for art - and yesterday urged others considering it to “just do it”.
Diners at one of Aberdeen’s cultural landmarks will now be able to consume a unique behind-the-scenes glimpse of stage performances from the past year.
Firefighters last night continued to monitor a gorse blaze which has burned through shrubbery along the Moray coast for days.
Banchory hit and run dog makes full recovery despite being the “most smashed-up” animal vet has ever seen
A couple preparing to tie the knot this summer have revealed their beloved dog will be their “guest of honour” - after he survived a horrific accident.
Students living in the Cabrach are being invited to apply for a grant to help with the cost of their studies.
Police have charged a 40-year-old man following a Class A drugs seizure in Elgin.
A Moray student has proved the point that having a good work experience placement can lead to a great job.
A Ballater shopkeeper has vowed to stop cars driving through the village high street to protect retailers if it is hit by flash flooding today.
A defiant landowner at the centre of a planning dispute has vowed he will not be moving anywhere despite a failed appeal to the Scottish Government.