A senior UK Government minister has accused the SNP of "squeezing dry" the north-east and spending its money elsewhere.
Senior politicians have had to step in to resurrect a tourism project designed to save the last ferry operating between two points on the east coast of the Scottish mainland.
The firm behind "plastic roads" has urged Scottish authorities to catch-up with their counterparts south of the border in realising the potential of the technology.
Plastic waste could soon be used to build roads in northern Scotland after local transport chiefs agreed to trial the pioneering technique.
Safety fears have been raised after local roads authorities admitted there are 10,000 potholes scattered across routes in the north and north-east.
Medical students will spend more time working alongside family doctors in an effort to help solve chronic GP shortages.
A governor of Aberdeen University was paid tens of thousands of pounds in expenses to commute to meetings from the other side of the world.
Staff shortages and budget cuts have led to fears that vulnerable Aberdeen youngsters are now being denied face-to-face help from expert psychologists.
A former Labour donor has pledged £5,000 to try to help Ross Thomson retain the Aberdeen South seat for the Conservatives.
Police have arrested and charged a woman in connection with an alleged theft from the Procurator Fiscal’s office in Aberdeen.
Labour has vowed to fight plans to shut half of the hospital laundries in Scotland as it emerged that 27 jobs have already been axed from the service in just two years.
A review is expected to be carried out into the future of the Named Person scheme in the Highlands after national legislation was abandoned.
Jobs are feared to be at risk under shock NHS plans to axe half of the hospital laundries in mainland Scotland.
The Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen has started its search for an "outstanding" new principal to lead the institution.
A new scheme to tackle GP shortages could be rolled out across the country after it led to the recent recruitment of 27 doctors for the Highlands and islands.
New figures show that the chief executive of Aberdeen City Council has cut back on her use of taxpayers’ money for overnight stays in local hotels.
The top council and NHS officials in the north and north-east slashed their total expenses bill by more than £11,000 last year.
The number of "winter deaths" plummeted in the north and north-east last year as the area bounced back from a "staggering" spike in fatalities in 2017/18.
The Scottish Government was under growing pressure to take action last night after it signalled that plans to finally restore full maternity services in Moray could be derailed.
The Scottish Government is being urged to intervene and lead efforts to finally uncover the full extent of the CIA's use of Scotland's airports during the War on Terror.
A shock rate rise by the Treasury has led to fears that major projects in the north and north-east may have to be "scaled back or delayed".
Spaceport developers in the Highlands have privately admitted they have “very little” room for delays in the project schedule if they are to “deliver it on time”.
Prison chiefs have reported that they are hopeful of maintaining a "downward trend" in staff sickness absence rates at Inverness and Peterhead prisons this year.
Under-pressure Peterhead prison has reported a massive rise in the number of staff days lost through sickness.
Fishing vessels operating off the north and north-east coasts are being sent more than 1,000 letters every year over potential rule breaches.
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.
Police chiefs have confirmed that they are drawing up new plans to move jobs from the central belt to the north and north-east.
MSPs want to quiz Aberdeen's two universities on their plans to become "financially sustainable" after the sector’s struggles were laid bare in a new report.
A grieving son was told he would have to pay nearly £1,000 in extra "non-resident" fees to bury his dad – despite his father living in Aberdeenshire for more than 40 years.
A witness has told an inquiry of the "anguish" he suffered as he realised he may not have been alone in suffering sexual abuse while at a Highland school.
Jimmy Savile was allowed to "roam freely" in the boys' dormitories of a Catholic school in the Highlands, an inquiry heard yesterday.
Transport chiefs have racked up a £600,000 legal bill as they fight a compensation claim over Aberdeen’s new bypass.