A north-east teenager has been honoured for her efforts to create and sustain positive change.
Calls to re-open a derelict Aberdeenshire station are building up a head of steam.
A Granite City charity's third annual Culture Crawl has just a small number of spaces left.
Highland Council is inviting communities to offer their thoughts and opinions on a draft strategy to improve five town and village centres in Caithness and east Sutherland.
A man with a rare facial cancer which means he struggles to breathe is defying his condition by taking part in a mammoth cycling challenge.
Police are appealing for information following the theft of a "high value" mountain bike from Kingswells.
A flotilla of historic fishing boats sailed into Shetland as part of celebrations to mark the centenary of the Faroese flag.
Rock, jazz, swing, soul – and even ukuleles – will provide the soundtrack to Scotland’s biggest summer beer festival.
Motorists will be forced to take detours for three weeks following the "ridiculous" decision to close a bridge after a sign fell off it.
Police are appealing for information after vandals used a power saw to chop down a tree in Huntly.
A LGBT+ charity has made a desperate appeal for funds to ensure it continue its work in Grampian.
Aviemore was the coldest location in the UK this week, as rain lashed down across many communities.
Beaver Scouts from Cults have raised nearly £750 towards improving cycling facilities in Scotland, after being inspired by a popular cycle path which runs right past their hut.
Two men have been arrested after a day-long stand-off between police and protestors on a BP-operated rig in the Cromarty Firth.
A north-east road is closed after a two-car crash. Emergency services were called to the Kingswells to Bucksburn road, near the junction at Newshills Manse at around 5.20pm. The road will remain closed until debris is cleared from the road. A police spokesman have said those involved have suffered “minor injuries.”
Dismayed Rod Stewart fans braved the weather on Wednesday night in the wake of the late decision to cancel his outdoor performance.
Beloved former teacher Ethel Davidson has died just days before her 95th birthday.
A revamped facility opened at Western Isles Hospital, promising safer surgeries for hundreds of patients.
Energy company Equinor has become the first platinum sponsor of Aberdeen Science Centre, as part of a three-year partnership to support STEM education and the digital transformation.
Creative Aberdeen residents are being encouraged to apply for a share of £50,000 to help get projects off the ground.
The new chief executive of High Life Highland has been revealed.
A road was closed for half an hour after a lorry shed its load. Timber fell onto the southbound lane of the A90 AWPR slip road between the A92 and A90 at around 6pm. Traffic was diverted through Stonehaven until the road re-opened at around 6.20pm.
Four men have had their beards chopped off for the first time in years, in support of an Aberdeen woman's fundraising crusade for a cancer charity.
North-east charity boss accused of laundering £10,000 says she was so overworked she feared she might suffer a stroke
An employment tribunal has heard that a woman accused of laundering money from a north-east charity was “stressed” due to a heavy workload.
Firefighters and police officers will go head-to-head once again in a charity football tournament this summer.
Children from Braemar Primary School will get the chance to become tour guides at Braemar Castle on Friday.
The origins of a mysterious portrait are baffling members of a prestigious Aberdeen organisation.
Scotrail marked the final day of National Volunteer Week by hosting its first annual community awards.
Dyce volunteers have been praised for their eco-friendly efforts to spruce up their local train station.
An Aberdeen University graduate is facing life behind bars in a Turkish prison for the second time in less than a year.
Fears have been raised about north-east charities "falling into disrepair following European funding cuts.
Plans have been lodged to turn a historic Milltimber house into a large-scale care home.