It will perhaps be one of the most memorable images of 2019 – the moment the spire of Notre Dame collapsed as the flames burned below.
During the Cold War that once appeared to threaten the world with destruction, a windswept radar station played a key role in keeping the UK safe.
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.
A Highland cow has almost jumped over the moon as part of a campaign to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
Householders across the north are being told to be “on guard” and reject cold-calling home energy traders on the doorstep.
With the Northern Lights visible to see tonight, here is our amateurs guide to photographing the famous aurora borealis.
The first polar bear cub to be born in the UK for 25 years and visitors at the Royal Zoological Society’s Highland Wildlife Park might get a chance to see it tomorrow.
A rare bottle of whisky has sold in an online auction for more than £90,000.
Scotland’s spaceport plans might have seen scientists reaching for the stars at the beginning of 2019, but council budgets across the north and north-east meant many services were in danger of falling to Earth.
A new bridge opened yesterday in Glencoe on a key stretch of the A82 - complete with wildlife walkways
A number of planning applications have been lodged for more nursery accommodation at Highland schools as the council prepares to comply with new Scottish Government Early Years legislation.
The public spending watchdog has raised fears that opportunities may have been "missed" when multi-million-pound City Deals were agreed for Aberdeen and Inverness.
A yellow 'be aware' weather warning has been issued by the Met Office, with snow and ice forecasted for the north and north-east today.
Forecasters are warning of the possibility of widespread disruption as the first heavy snowfall of the season arrives this weekend.
Hard-pressed families in the north and north-east could have their energy bills cut by £17 a year under a new initiative by the UK Government.
Plans to demolish woodland to create homes at a "high quality nature site" in the Cairngorms have been thrown out.
Families in northern Scotland have endured the "injustice" of being hit with the highest electricity bills in Britain for a fourth consecutive year, it has been confirmed.
Tourism bosses in Moray have pinned hopes of future success on forming a business improvement district (TBid) - and they are looking to the west for inspiration.
When the Cold War intensified in the 1970s and 1980s, the Soviet Union devised plans to throw its military forces against key opponents including the United States and the UK.
The hotel immortalised by the Burt Lancaster film Local Hero will close its doors for what could be the final time in August.
From tigers roaming Aberdeenshire to black pudding saving lives, take a look at some of our favourite stories from 2018
With 2018 now firmly in the rear-view mirror, it's time to take a look back at our favourite stories of the year.
Brian Binnie might speak with an American twang, but this redoubtable fellow is Scotland’s first astronaut and is still proud of his roots and growing up in Aberdeenshire.
Vandals have racked up a repairs bill of more than £750,000 by targeting schools across the north and north-east.
The Press and Journal has been recognised as the UK's best regional daily newspaper for the second year in a row at a prestigious awards ceremony.
Bear Scotland is set to spend over £4 million on what it describes as “unprecedented damage” to trunk roads in the North West of Scotland.
As part of the P&J’s week-long series on the challenges grieving families face when a loved one dies, Calum Ross today investigates the soaring cost of funerals.
ScotRail boss Alex Hynes has admitted it could be two years before punctuality targets are met and, even then, there are no guarantees that trains will run on time.
Family of Moray dad who was aboard downed MH17 flight fear they may never get justice despite murder charges
The family of a Moray dad who died after the airliner he was on was shot down over Ukraine fear they may never get justice – despite four men being charged with murder.
People across the north and north-east were treated to a stunning light display last night as the Aurora Borealis lit up the sky.
Prisoners at jails in Peterhead and Inverness will be tucking into multiple festive meals during the next few days.
Gritters are expected to be out in force this weekend as a chilly snap from the Arctic sweeps the country.