A significant fire has broken out at the historic Sutherland castle where Madonna married Guy Ritchie.
The son of celebrated author George Orwell has slated plans to build a fish farm off the coast of the Scottish island where his father wrote 1984.
The first ever campaign targeting the perpetrators of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Scotland has been launched today.
A family fun event which was cancelled by Aberdeen City Council at the last minute has cost the public purse more than £18,000.
Aberdeen property experts have encouraged would-be buyers to “strike now” in claiming the city’s housing market is the most lucrative it has been for 25 years.
An Aberdeen festival celebrating the centenary of women winning the right to vote in the UK has announced its full programme.
A three-day railway closure between Aberdeen and Dundee finally finally ended last night after a major investigation and repair effort.
Police are seeking a missing man in Aberdeen.
The railway line between Aberdeen and Dundee has been reopened this evening following three days of closures.
Train journeys will continue to be disrupted until at least 3pm tomorrow due to a derailed train at Stonehaven.
Police have been called to the scene of a three vehicle smash this evening on the A96 Forres to Nairn road.
A bicycle has been stolen and vehicles damaged following a spate of shed and garage break-ins in the Bucksburn area of Aberdeen.
Greenpeace has called for an end to a “wealthy cabal of fishing barons” which a new study commissioned by the organisation suggests owns or runs more than a quarter of the UK’s fishing quota.
Passengers faced major delays last night after a derailment in Aberdeenshire resulted in the cancellation of all rail journeys between the central belt and Aberdeen.
Two teenagers have returned from a special trip to the most notorious concentration camps of the Nazi regime to help warn others of the dangers of repeating history.
A children’s charity has revealed multi-million-pound plans to build a brand new centre for children from all across the north-east, Highlands, Orkney and Shetland with serious disabilities and life-limiting conditions.
CCTV images have been released.
Hopes for improved cancer care across the north as plans move ahead for multi-million-pound particle accelerator
NHS Grampian hope to use a new multi-million-pound particle accelerator to improve cancer care and more across the north of Scotland.
Fire crews have been called to the Gramps area of Aberdeen after reports of another fire.
Marine researchers have confirmed an “unprecedented” number of beaked whale deaths occurring off the west coast of Scotland.
A special weekend of music will be held to raise cash for an Aberdeen rocker who was left paralysed in a mysterious incident.
Police investigating the brutal killing of a north-east taxi driver have received more than 50 calls since launching a fresh appeal for information just days ago.
An engineer has been convicted of killing a north-east binman by driving carelessly.
Police carried out a crash reconstruction yesterday to try and piece together the final movements of a great-grandmother knocked down and killed by a lorry.
More than 100 bikers dressed top to bottom in their finest tweeds, bow-ties and sporting exquisitely groomed moustaches thundered through the streets and roads of Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire yesterday to raise vital funds for men’s health causes.
Tonnes upon tonnes of freshly landed herring, cod and haddock were swapped for silverware, champagne flutes and fine dining at the new Peterhead Fish Market this weekend as it was officially opened by the Duke of Rothesay.
An Aberdeen community’s plans to transform a disused bowling green into a sustainable market garden and café have taken a significant step forward.
A north-east expat has created a £270,000 scholarship programme to help aspirational students realise their dreams.
Police investigating the death of a great-grandmother who was struck by a lorry will carry out a reconstruction of the tragedy.
Graffiti of convicted sexual predator Bill Cosby has been taken down by the council, months after it was first reported to the local authority.
The family of a “gentle” taxi driver brutally attacked and left for dead in an Aberdeen suburb have made a desperate plea for his killer to come forward - 35 years on.
The Scottish Suffragette movement was ground-breaking in so many ways and in a high-profile talk this week an Aberdeen professor will reveal how it successfully used the nation’s media to advance its cause.