A delay on completing a runway at a Moray RAF base means a multi-billion-pound fleet of planes won’t be able to take off until 2021, it has emerged.
A man has died on a Moray road after his car collided with a tree.
Fears have been raised that NHS Grampian could be left “rudderless” with the coming departure of two senior board members.
City council chiefs have not objected to a cost limiting bid by Kingsford campaigners that could potentially cost the taxpayer.
A religious pilgrimage to a historic Moray abbey will this year focus on education, the north-east’s most senior Catholic cleric has said.
A Moray man who was fighting the Islamic State has said a British woman who ran to Syria to join the terror group and now wants to return to the UK must face justice in the Middle East.
A trinity of holy men are to be ordained in Aberdeen next week- including one who helped struggling Indian sailors through a harrowing year-long ordeal trapped in the city’s harbour.
Cash-strapped public authorities have been branded “Grinches” for taking away Christmas crackers from children to save cash.
It is the Scottish staple which is traditionally sipped slowly with little more than a cube of ice or dash of water added after being decanted out of a glass bottle.
A promised £200 million rail investment between the north-east and central belt would only speed up journey times by two minutes.
NHS chiefs have approved a further £9.6million towards refurbishing ageing health centres and hospitals across the north-east.
Unlicensed car dealers across the north and north-east have been the target of a crackdown by Trading Standards officers.
Health bosses believe Aberdeen’s new major trauma centre could help solve the recruitment crisis while also saving lives.
The long-awaited centre is the first of its kind in Scotland, and will form part of a network with Dundee, Glasgow and Edinburgh and will initially be funded by £15.2million set aside by the government.
Moray Council’s advertising spend on teacher vacancies has plummeted - despite the ongoing recruitment crisis.
The Conservatives have thrown down the gauntlet and urged anyone interested in preserving Moray Council’s ruling administration to come to a crunch meeting at 10am today.
There was fresh disruption on a northern roads at the weekend as wind farm bosses return massive -and incorrectly sized - turbine parts to Inverness.
Services are likely to be hit as health and social care chiefs across the north-east face a black hole in their budgets of nearly £7million, new reports have warned.
Strike action could hit ambulances across the north and north-east of Scotland after union bosses confirmed they will ballot staff over what they have called “scandalous” and “dangerously long” working hours.
There was plenty of blitz spirit on show in Moray this weekend- as residents reached back more than seven decades back to remember the 1940s.
A Moray golf club was closed to the public yesterday after the tragic death of a man on the course.
Firefighters across the north of Scotland had to use mobile phones to communicate with control room staff after radio communications were cut for an entire weekend.
Britain's struggling retailers have faced well-documented battles to attract shoppers through their doors.
Protests were held over proposed RBS branch closures yesterday after the banking giant revealed it had turned a profit for the first time in a decade.
They are the football team immortalised in documentary films and even a pop song.
School pupils across the north-east are being served meals that cost less than a can of fizzy drink to produce.
A north-east sniper who has waged war against Islamic State (IS) in their Iraqi heartlands has warned more attacks on Europe are "inevitable" as the terror group loses ground.
Bottles of whisky which brought a corner of Moray to a standstill have gone under the hammer - selling for more than 10 times their retail price.
Police have renewed their appeal for witnesses after a man wearing a horror mask attempted to rob another in Moray.
The SNP suffered a massive loss in the north-east corner of Scotland while Liberal Democrat Jamie Stone ended the party's chance for a hat-trick in the Highlands.
Firms across the north and north-east have just days to reveal their gender pay gap.
An outraged Moray pensioner has claimed a bridge in his hometown is still deluged with water months after devastating floods hit the region.
Railway stations across the north and north-east will have new electric car charging points by the end of the year.