Five people have been injured following a two car collision that closed the A82 near the Glen Coe Mountain Resort today.
Two stranded skiers were rescued yesterday by the Inverness HM Coastguard after spending a night on the Glencoe mountains.
Delays to rail services from Inverness and Aberdeen to Glasgow and Edinburgh are expected today due to signal faults.
A 37 year-old male will appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court tomorrow following an assault, robbery and break in to a motor vehicle. The incident occurred in the Hardgate area of Aberdeen last Thursday. A 69 year-old male suffered minor injuries during the robbery in which a sum of money was stolen.
The A82 is currently closed due to an two car collision near the Glen Coe Mountain Resort.
Police in the Highlands are advising commuters of road dangers following Met Office yellow weather warning.
The A90 road is partially blocked due to a two vehicle collision at the Grainish junction near Cromdale. The incident involved a Volkswagen Polo and a Mazda 6. One person has been taken to hospital with an ankle injury. A police spokeman said: “The two cars collided resulting in minor injuries. “Local diversions are currently in place.”
Police in Banchory are appealing for information following the theft of a blue Renault Clio.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two windows were broken at a Highland primary school. The incident occurred at the Park Primary School in Invergordon on Friday at around 7.45pm. Anyone with information should contact officers in Alness by calling 101, quoting reference NE568/18. Alternatively people can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Today marks 'Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day' and we are asking the people of Aberdeen if they have ditched their resolutions.
Police are asking witnesses to come forward after a person was injured in a road accident near the Gremista junction at the north end of Lerwick.
Police are appealing for information following a house robbery in the Buchan Terrace area of Peterhead.
Police are appealing for information following an attempted robbery of a Premier Store in Montrose on Saturday.
It's Kiss a Ginger Day and we're dedicating a little bit of our time to just some of the famous redhead Scots out there.
Seven people are to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court today following two separate recoveries of drugs worth over £6,000.
Heavy snow showers and hail have been forecasted for communities in the north of Scotland.
Petrotechnics expects to prosper from a hefty investment in research and development (R&D) as well as more people finally waking up to the digital revolution.
Premier Oil’s chief executive said yesterday that he hopes to have the firm’s balance sheet “back in shape” in a year with the help from the “unusual” Catcher area.
Fire services attended a blaze at an Aberdeen florist shop this morning. The incident was reported around 8.13am at Nicky Walker Florists. Firefighters extinguished the blaze on St Swithin Street at about 8.35am. A spokewoman said: “No ambulances were in attendance and no injuries have occurred.”
Almost 60 oil workers living in the north-east are at risk of redundancy at Stena Drilling, the company has confirmed.
A teenage boy has been charged in connection with theft of iPads and computers from Bramble Brae Primary School in Aberdeen.
Police are appealing for information into a theft of heating oil from an Ellon primary school that resulted in its closure yesterday.
Operators of Scatsta Airport say they will object plans for a 63 turbine wind farm on the island of Yell due to safety concerns.
Pupils from four different schools across the isles have been shortlisted for the prestigious FilmG awards.
Friends of the Earth have welcomed news that the Scottish Government will ban the sale of plastic cotton buds.
The boss of Trac Oil and Gas said yesterday that he was “satisfied” after the company returned to the black in 2016-17.
A former Scottish Government minister has backed calls to leave old oil and gas platforms in the North Sea forever – and invest the £15billion saving in green energy.
North Sea operator Marathon Oil is planning another appeal after a UK tax tribunal ruling left it with a £80million-plus hit to cashflow.
Premier Oil’s debt reduction drive will “accelerate” at current oil prices as production from its Catcher field ramps up, the firm said today.
The company behind the world’s first floating windfarm, off Peterhead, has revealed it is looking at further sites around the Scottish coastline.
The UK North Sea will enjoy a bumper year for production and new project sanctions in 2018, a new report says.
Methlick Primary School closed today after oil was stolen from their fuel tank.