Election fever – and election fatigue – swept the nation as we hurtled towards the end of the year, and the third nationwide vote in almost as many years.
It was a summer of people power, protests and political shifts as thousands took to the streets to campaign for a host of causes while Boris Johnson settled into 10 Downing Street as the country’s new prime minister.
The number of very young children being taken to north-east A&E departments after swallowing dangerous substances has almost doubled in the space of one year.
With centres in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray, the charity Avenue helps thousands of people every year.
A Moray road has been blocked in both directions following a crash this evening.
Forecasters are warning of the possibility of widespread disruption as the first heavy snowfall of the season arrives this weekend.
Police have been called to a two-car crash near the Baxters factory at Fochabers this afternoon.
Sparklers have been banned from an upcoming Moray fireworks display after organisers warned they are an “accident waiting to happen”.
Residents should be “furious” that councils are being forced to spend tens of thousands of pounds cleaning up racist and xenophobic graffiti, a pressure group has said.
New pictures have revealed the classrooms Fochabers primary school pupils will be walking into when construction is completed on a £2million extension.
The NHS has not had to discipline a single Scottish hospital worker for failing to wash their hands in the last two years.
Inspectors praise ‘solid foundation’ two years on from damning report into Moray children’s services
A government watchdog says progress has been made but “there is still more work to do” in improving Moray’s services for children.
Gritters are expected to be out in force this weekend as a chilly snap from the Arctic sweeps the country.
Initiatives aimed at encouraging people in the north and north-east to get on their bikes have been given £64,000 of Scottish Government funding.
Thousands of people could at risk after new figures revealed that less than half of health workers get the flu jab.
A Moray woman who claimed to have been assaulted and robbed in her home just days after Christmas has been charged by police.
The cost of overtime needed to cut waiting times in north-east hospitals and health centres has dropped by nearly half in the last year.
A charity project supporting blind and deaf people will continue for at least two more years, following a £230,000 windfall.
The parents of a little girl with complex needs claim they have faced a long-running battle to get adequate care because she has been “neglected” by health professionals.
Almost 1,000 needles and syringes are being found by members of the public on the north-east’s streets every year, according to new figures.
A Moray man spent 18 months trying to frame one of his childhood friends in an effort to avoid getting a fine and penalty points.
Police have traced a 74-year-old man who has been reported missing in Moray. Barry Morris was last seen yesterday near Turner Memorial Hospital in Keith. A police appeal was issued requesting help from the public in a bid to find him. The force later confirmed he had been traced safe and well.
Work to help fully reconnect a Speyside community to its surrounding area will enter its final stage this weekend.
An outdoor learning enthusiast and former youth skiing instructor is to become the new head teacher of a Moray boarding school.
Aberdeen is home to the most crime-ridden train station in the north of Scotland, according to shocking new figures.
A new initiative has been launched to protect and preserve Scotland’s historic attractions for generations to come.
Scottish shoppers this Christmas have been stung by an extra £12 million in “unfair” additional delivery fees – tacked on simply because of where they live.
Tributes have been paid to a 76-year-old woman who was killed in a crash on the A96 near Brodie.
Schools, community centres and other council buildings have been damaged and broken into thousands of times across the north and north-east in the last four years.
Scores of schoolchildren have taken part in a special event to mark the upcoming dualling of a major Moray road.
North and north-east teachers are being attacked on a daily basis with weapons including BB guns, saws and classroom furniture.
North-east health bosses have revealed a £50million overhaul of their laboratory technology, which will benefit patients for at least the next 10 years.