John Dunn recalls the time when he used to work as a marine scientist on the SS Explorer, travelling from Aberdeen into the frozen wilderness of the Arctic Circle.
A north-east charity which helps people living with sight and hearing loss has received a cash boost thanks to an enterprising school pupil.
It is one of Scotland's most famous names, with connections to inventors, industrialists and sports stars.
Long after victory in Europe had been celebrated, thousands of servicemen languished in captivity in the Far East.
A Moray firefighter who has served the people of Buckie for the last 40 years retired last week, after answering more than 6,000 call-outs in his career.
It used to be a cherished feature of a Moray community.
Fishing and energy firms could bear the brunt of a £15 million bill if new marine nature reserves are created off the west and north-east coasts, it has emerged.
Mother whose baby was dumped as ‘clinical waste’ by Moray hospital fears her family will never be able to rest
A Moray mum whose baby was thrown in “clinical waste” has revealed she does not believe her family will ever get the answers they deserve.
Doric film competition returns with ‘Jist faar I bide’ theme celebrating particular Aberdeenshire spots
It was an inaugural event which proved the popularity of Doric across the north-east.
The family of Buckie man Alan Morrison have issued an appeal for him to get in touch as today marks two weeks since he was reported missing.
A tradesman who “preyed” on vulnerable pensioners to scam them out of nearly £30,000 has been jailed.
The mother of a Moray teenager who was killed in a car crash said yesterday she was “relieved” the motorist who caused the accident has not been sent to prison.
Thieves have stolen nearly £10,000 worth of lobster creels from Buckie - leaving fishermen facing “financial meltdown”.
A north-east firefighter is urging others to fellow in her footsteps and join the service.
A visitor to a memorial dedicated to the women who kept Britain's food supply flowing throughout the Second World War has complained that it is surrounded by "unkempt weeds".
Police are asking anyone with information to come forward following the disappearance of a man from Moray.
A kayaker who was in difficulty in Spey Bay was rescued by RNLI and Coastguard teams this morning.
They were refugees who flocked to the Moray Firth from Norway and Denmark when their homelands fell under enemy occupation during the Second World War.
Famine, starvation, civil insurrection: New book highlights impact of potato famine on north and north east
Amidst the worst hunger many would ever know, children and old people died in their hundreds.
A motorist has been airlifted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary following a crash near Buckie.
She's one of Scotland's rising musical talents and has wowed crowds both in her homeland and as far afield as Australia.
One of the world’s most acclaimed mountain rescue leaders has attacked the impact of the creation of a single police force in Scotland and the privatisation of helicopters on crucial search and rescue operations.
Lifeboat crews are currently working at an "ongoing incident" off the Lossiemouth coast.
Green-fingered campaigners are aiming to breath fresh life into a neglected corner of a Moray town centre.
A major rescue attempt to save a sinking vessel has been stood down after it was believed to be a hoax.
Moray man unleashed a ‘flurry’ of punches on Hogmanay reveller because he thought he was ‘too rough’ with his girlfriend
A Moray man who punched a Hogmanay reveller after taking umbrage with the way he approached a woman has been fined after it emerged the perceived victim was his girlfriend.
A disabled motorist who was more than four times the drink drive limit has been fined after travelling from pub-to-pub in a Moray town.
Councillors yesterday backed plans for major improvement works to be carried out at Buckie Harbour.
A north-east seaman has received one of France’s highest honours for the part he played in the D-Day landings.
She is one of Scotland's most versatile vocalists, with a career spanning everything from a No 1 hit and appearances on Top of the Pops to recording the works of Robert Burns.
A pervert who downloaded so many indecent images of children that police cybercrime officers stopped counting once they passed half a million was jailed for 22 months yesterday.
The campaign to expand an Aberdeen-based neurological centre needs "one big final push" to achieve its £3.9 million target.