Residents have saved the last remaining council house in a picturesque village made famous by TV series Hamish Macbeth from becoming another holiday home.
A woman told a jury how she was showered with gifts when she was a primary schoolgirl by the man she claims repeatedly sexually abused her.
A former police inspector is to stand trial accused of murdering his wife.
‘The people of Aberdeen will sleep easier knowing you are off the streets’: ‘Vile’ sexual predator is jailed
A sexual predator who raped an 18-year-old woman on the roof of an Aberdeen shopping centre and then left her in a flower bed has been jailed for six years.
An England fan has been jailed for 12 years after trying to murder a grandfather on the day of his brother’s funeral in Aberdeen.
Three Scottish teenagers have been arrested and charged in connection with a series of bomb threat hoaxes that targeted schools in five countries.
Police searched for a dangerous driver for hours along a 100-mile stretch of one of Scotland’s busiest roads.
A predatory criminal who subjected a teenager on a night out in Aberdeen city centre with friends to a horrific rape ordeal is facing a lengthy prison sentence.
Nicola Sturgeon will visit Aberdeen today to call for an initial £1 billion investment in the north of Scotland's low carbon future.
Marcia Morris MBE, who has died at the age of 83, changed the lives of hundreds of people with learning disabilities.
The Queen’s former surgeon in Scotland, who accused NHS Grampian of unfair dismissal, has won his case at an employment tribunal.
A fun-packed, family show to get you in the mood for Christmas is heading for P&J Live.
Armed forces bomb squads were scrambled to the north and north-east 84 times in three years, new figures show.
A man who hid an illegal firearm in a friend’s flat and then plotted a break-in to recover it was yesterday jailed for five-and-a-half years.
A would-be car thief who stabbed a 62-year-old home owner with a screwdriver when he confronted him in his driveway was yesterday jailed for four years.
Greenpeace activists will occupy two North Sea oil platforms for ‘as long as needed’ to get message across
Greenpeace said last night that protestors would occupy two North Sea oil platforms for “as long as needed” to get their message across.
‘People who have lived in the area all their lives said they have never seen it as bad as it was’: Flood damage forces historic Aberdeenshire tearoom to close
An Aberdeenshire tearoom has been forced to close after floodwater damaged the foundations.
A sporting estate tucked away in the Cairngorms has gone on the market with a £2.8 million price tag.
A Scottish fight fan has admitted you could have knocked him out with a feather after learning of his nomination to a global boxing Hall of Fame, alongside the greats of the sport.
One of Scotland’s leading distilleries has appointed a woman as master whisky maker for the first time in its near 200 year history.
With a CV that includes Trainspotting, Rab C Nesbitt, Sunshine On Leith and Katie Morag, Annie Louise Ross is no stranger to iconic Scottish dramas.
Dingwall residents turned out last night to air concerns over the impact of flash flooding.
A man who placed a toddler in a tumble dryer before assaulting her in a separate attack has been jailed for seven years.
A north-east charity has launched a transport service in partnership with the NHS in an effort to ease patient suffering during treatment.
A “cack-handed” crook who robbed an Aberdeen betting shop wept and told a judge he had given him “a death sentence” moments after being jailed.
Scotland's most easterly Munro is ready to welcome walkers once more following the completion of a major path repair project.
Walking pet dog Jake once a day has helped Moray man Iain Sabiston shed 10 stone - the weight of two fully grown Labradors - and transform his life.
Aberdeenshire will welcome more than 120 new probationer teachers to its classrooms as schools return next week.
A sheriff has ordered the destruction of a Mastiff cross named Koos after it bit a musician in the face in a terrifying street attack in Aberdeen.
A killer has been handed a 32-month jail term after he attempted to rob a young Aberdeen FC footballer at knife-point.
A man has been found guilty of stabbing his flatmate to death in an Aberdeen block of flats.
A north-east man will undertake a gruelling 11-day, 235-mile cycle charity challenge through the mountains of Peru to raise funds for Scotland’s largest children’s charity.