A heroic soldier, who survived the Great War only to be killed in a road accident in the 1930s, will be remembered when his Military Cross goes on show at an Aberdeen museum.
Gale-force winds and heavy rain battered the north-east yesterday, felling trees and disrupting ferry services.
A Moray graduate who overcame dyslexia to become a straight A student has become the first in his family to be awarded a university degree.
Technology experts at NHS Grampian have been closely monitoring the board’s computer systems after two GP surgeries were caught up in the global cyber attack.
A former manager of a Moray care home who described two residents as “an embarrassment” has been struck off.
A man has been killed in a two-car crash on a north-east road.
The cream of Aberdeen’s young musical talent showcased the fruits of their labours at a concert in the Beach Ballroom yesterday.
The liquid gold flowed freely in Moray at the weekend as local musicians brought the spirit of Germany's Oktoberfest to town.
Community groups across Scotland are to receive a share of more than £750,000 worth of National Lottery funding.
Disgrunted holidaymakers stranded in Portugal for two days after their flight was grounded finally got home to the north-east at the weekend.
A damning new report has revealed babies were cremated along with unrelated adults in Aberdeen.
A north-east man who lost his wife to cancer will pound the streets of Aberdeen alongside his 11-year-old daughter to raise vital funds for a local cancer charity.
A grieving family campaigning for better mortuary conditions yesterday handed a petition to NHS Grampian.
Mother's-to-be, pensioners and infants are being offered protection from flu as Grampian's annual vaccination programme gets underway.
A north-east golf club has kicked out its captain amid claims he took a gun on to the course during a tournament.
A Moray nurse who took unprescribed painkillers at work and left a drugs trolley unlocked and unsupervised has been allowed to continue practising.
In 2013, Aberdeen City Council issued statements confirming that the city crematorium did not produce ashes from the cremation of babies up to the age of 18 months to two years.
Senior board members will remain at crisis-hit NHS Grampian to implement improvements following a major probe into the running of the health authority's flagship hospital.
Aberdeen City Council's chief executive Angela Scott has apologised to parents who did not receive their baby's ashes.
Christmas arrived in Elgin at the weekend with thousands turning up to watch the new festive lights being switched on.
Snow and ice will continue to grip the north-east on the first day of December with "very icy conditions" expected to hamper journeys.
A toddler and a pensioner were counted among a group of swimmers who made a big splash for a good cause in Moray at the weekend.
A new head gardener and executive head chef have been appointed at a Moray tourist attraction.
A fleet of Edinburgh taxis came to the rescue of stranded holidaymakers at the weekend after heavy fog put paid to them landing in Aberdeen.
A marine conservation charity has warned people not to feed wild whales and dolphins after a Moray family described an encounter with a pod of orcas.
A MORAY councillor who was ousted from the local authority's troubled administration after voting against controversial school closures has criticised the "underhand" way the blow was dealt.
Blizzard conditions will grip parts of the north-east today, while coastal areas bask in winter sun.
Blue skies and sunshine will brighten the north-east's May Day bank holiday following a cold, wet and windy weekend.
A devastating fire at a historic Deeside hotel was not started deliberately, fire investigators have confirmed.
A legend in the world of mountain rescue has become patron of a Moray charity which uses outdoor adventure to transform lives.