A popular bakery which closed down after 100 years of trading has reopened under a new name following a major refurbishment.
The north of Scotland is recognised for its high-quality attractions which bring visitors in from across the world.
Many people hand down a recipe, clothes or jewellery to their children but a retiring policeman has taken it a step further - passing his beat onto his son.
They are helping to open the door and shed light on a unique piece of Scottish maritime lore.
Rock climbers believe they should be given more of a say on an offshore wind farm’s plans to bring the power onshore.
A "bittersweet" annual dinner has raised £6,500 towards the life-saving charity Keiran's Legacy.
Around 850 cyclists have taken to the the streets, the back roads and the country lanes around Grampian this weekend in a cycling challenge which is both scenic and gruelling.
The number of hoax calls made to the coastguards in the north-east of Scotland has more than doubled in the last year.
An MSP has written to the Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive asking him to look at piloting a banking centre in a rural area such as the north-east of Scotland.
Thousands of people flocked to Portsoy during the weekend for the coastal community's famous boat festival.
UK coastguards have reported a 15% increase in dog-related incidents in the last year.
A new emergency response team will be launched in a north-east town after concerns were raised about ambulance cover across the region.
Tributes have been paid at this year's Scottish Traditional Boat Festival to the man who transformed it into an international attraction.
One person has died and two people are injured following a “serious” head-on crash on one of the north-east’s busiest roads.
A church group is appealing for crocheters to join their Christmas project.
A 15-year-old girl who was last seen on Boxing Day has been traced "safe and well" by police.
New figures have revealed that fewer people have been killed or injured in road accidents across the north and north-east of Scotland.
The Scottish Government has awarded more than £100,000 to Scottish food and drink projects to support the growing industry.
It was one of the most historic prizes of its kind in seafaring.
A north-east woman who was reintroduced to open water swimming after the death of her husband is preparing to swim the English Channel.
A dad crashed his work van into a fence post while suffering from a lack of sleep after spending the night in hospital with his twins.
A nurse and an offshore medic from the north-east of Scotland have been awarded the prestigious title of Queen's Nurse.
Firefighters worked late into the night to prevent a wildfire spreading into a woodland.
Despite the Scottish Ambulance Service failing to meet response-time targets, more people with life-threatening conditions are surviving, MSPs have been told.
A north-east safety group is sponsoring 12 young individuals from Banff Academy to take part in a scheme to make them more award of the hazards on the roads.
New figures show more men have passed their driving tests across the UK than women over the past year.
Six years ago a tragic mid-air crash in the north-east claimed the lives of three Moray airmen.
Police yesterday hit out at the “malicious” actions of a hoax caller who sparked a four hour search putting lives at risk in the North Sea.
Police have released the recording of a hoax call which sparked a major search operation in the North Sea.
A new floating rubbish bin has been installed at a north-east harbour to help remove litter and prevent pollution.
People in Scotland have been urged to introduce a pond or pool to their garden after a new study revealed toad and frog sightings have decreased.