More than 9,500 pieces of anonymous information about drug trafficking and supply were passed to the police in Scotland over the past year by Crimestoppers.
Like most younger siblings, Lyla Lovett is no stranger to receiving hand-me-downs.
Workers standing in for striking scanner staff missed more than 260 potential threats in two days at Scots airports, it has emerged.
A lawyer has lost a court battle with his ex-wife after she failed to hand over almost £1 million in their divorce settlement.
A 31-year-old Inverness man was ordered to carry out 80 hours of unpaid community work after admitting stealing alcohol from two Inverness shops.
Two people were left seriously injured when an Argentinian architect drove along the wrong side of a remote Highland road and collided head-on with an oncoming car.
An anonymous tip-off to police led to a 25-year-old Ardersier man being arrested for drink driving.
A 24-year-old woman appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday on charges including theft by housebreaking, threatening behaviour and police assault. Mollie Robinson of Inverness made no plea, was committed for further examination and remanded in custody.
A 61-year-old woman has appeared in private at Inverness Sheriff Court charged with being concerned in the supply of around £50,000 of cocaine.
Little Ollie Murray is a picture of health, but only after surgeons stopped his heart for 11 hours to perform life-saving surgery.
The months of the D-Day training exercises were a period of turmoil for many on the Moray coast.
Evacuated farms, live fire and sinking Donald Ducks: Moray’s secret role in the success of the D-Day landings
As our series continues, Mark Mackay discovers how the seeds of a bloody D-Day victory were sown on the beaches of the north amidst much secrecy
A violent criminal who claimed to be a police officer during a street attack and robbery on a university student was jailed for five years and four months yesterday.
Flooding has devastated facilities at Lossiemouth FC's Grant Park home days after volunteers completed a major refurbishment.
A pervert snared by a vigilante group after travelling 200 miles to meet what he thought was a 14-year-old girl has avoided a prison sentence.
The sporting public of Aberdeen has been shocked to hear of the death of one of the leading figures in the development of rugby in the area after a long illness.
A leading surgeon who was banned from practising after he was convicted of a string of assaults has been allowed to return to work.
A fresh effort to tackle antisocial and criminal use of motorbikes in Aberdeen was launched by police yesterday.
The National Wallace Monument reopened to the public yesterday following a stunning £550,000 refurbishment to tell the story of Scotland’s national hero “better than ever before”.
Mobile phones belonging to Steven Donaldson, his alleged killer Steven Dickie and the partner of co-accused Callum Davidson were tracked moving around the outskirts of Kirriemuir in the hours before the 27-year-old’s body was discovered, a court heard yesterday.
A man is to stand trial later this year charged with murdering his 23-day-old baby daughter.
A man shot a wild bird dead as a “last resort” because it kept on stealing his fish, a court has heard.
The world’s first multi-coloured rhododendron has been discovered in the Highlands.
A Moray pervert who travelled 200 miles to meet a 14-year-old girl was snared by a vigilante group and could now face imprisonment.
Little Harris Brown was left with an injury more commonly seen in car crash and child abuse victims - after playfully bouncing on his parents’ bed.
Aberdeenshire and the Highlands may be among the best places in Scotland to see an extraordinary display of the Northern Lights this weekend.
A man who discharged himself from a psychiatric hospital two days before killing his best friend has been sent to the State Hospital without limit of time.
A Fraserburgh man who raped a 13-year-old girl during a brutal assault in Liverpool has been jailed for 11 years.
Warrant issued for arrest of Aberdeen man accused of speeding more than a dozen times in little more than a month
A 31-year-old Aberdeen man is to appear in court over allegations that he was caught speeding 14 times in just over a month.
An Aberdeen fan who ran on to the pitch at Hampden Park during the League Cup final and kicked the ball will spend Christmas behind bars.
Scotland’s obesity epidemic could be damaging the eyesight of young adults, according to a major new study.
There are many exquisite humiliations in the so-called “deal” with the EU that parliament is being asked to endorse on Tuesday – but the essential problem can be boiled down to this: Theresa May’s deal hands the EU the indefinite power to bully and blackmail this country to get whatever it wants in the future negotiations.