Emergency services are tonight at the scene of a major building fire in Keith.
Council leaders across the north and north-east yesterday welcomed the First Minister’s announcement that she will hold a consultation on a national tourist tax.
Catherine Stihler: Brexit is an unseemly mess – and Labour is letting the government get away with it
There are now just over 200 days left before Britain leaves the EU.
A woman yesterday admitted killing a pensioner at his home in Aberdeen.
It is a ghoulish souvenir, taken by one of Scotland’s most famous authors from what he called “the scene of a horrid feudal vengeance”.
He has shot the biggest stars in the world for the most prestigious magazines in some of the world’s most exotic locations,
A ferry service to the Western Isles will cost taxpayers at least £67 million by 2022 – but bankers will still own the 700-passenger ship.
It is literally a giant step for mankind - or at least for its understanding of giant animals that once roamed what is now Scotland.
Andrew Bowie: Britain’s special relationship with United States is no myth – no matter what protesters claim
It is a fact that most politicians in this country are obsessed with American politics.
A diver was taken to hospital in Orkney yesterday after suffering what is suspected to be the bends.
A hospital patient threatened to bundle a female doctor into the boot of his car and hold her hostage in a cage for days before raping her.
Two north-east women who were caught with ultra-pure drugs worth £175,000 during a police raid were each jailed for three years yesterday.
Former NHS Tayside chief executive Lesley McLay leaves the health board – three months after being stripped of leadership
The former boss at NHS Tayside has left the health board three months after being stripped of the leadership.
There are still many things in Britain we can be proud of and for me they include David Attenborough, our manners, and heavy metal music.
For the first time in almost 50 years today’s The Press and Journal has been produced from offices in the heart of Aberdeen.
Medals and a football cap awarded to a First World War hero who went on to star for Scotland are to go under the hammer at auction this month.
Stranded on the mudflats of the Cromarty Firth and suffering from severe sunburn and dehydration, there were fears Spirtle the bottlenose dolphin would not survive.
More than 40 nurses from across the north-east have been recognised for their commitment to community care having amassed 1,270 years of service between them.
A Peterhead man appeared in the dock at the High Court in Glasgow yesterday accused of the rape of two women, together with charges of abduction and assault.
Aberdeen woman to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for Scottish SPCA
We’ve just witnessed a remarkable weekend of sport.
Italian restaurant Tony Macaroni is the latest business to open in Aberdeen’s Marischal Square development, joining All Bar One, Prezzo, Mackie’s and Costa.
Actor Peter Mullan joined graduates at the Royal Conservatoire to receive his honorary degree in drama yesterday.
Two Merseyside criminals were jailed yesterday for carrying out a terrifying armed raid on an Aberdeen bookmakers.
Two brutal murderers who kicked a man to death in his own home were yesterday jailed for a minimum of 36 years.
I don’t know if England will win the World Cup. Football may or may not be coming home.
This is MND Awareness Week. It is a cause which matters to me. Last year I lost a friend to the deadly, degenerative disease. He was Gordon Aikman and Gordon’s Fightback Dinner will be held in Edinburgh on Thursday to celebrate his life and to build on his legacy.
He was the man who literally sparked a mountain of an obsession, but ironically Sir Hugh Munro never climbed all the peaks he logged over 3000 ft.
Walkers have swamped a Highland mountain which stars in a Sheila Hancock movie in a bid to follow in the actress’s footsteps.
Scottish property prices are growing at their fastest rate in three years – but continue to fall in Aberdeen despite the improving local economy.
A man is to stand trial charged with murdering an Aberdeenshire pensioner in his home.
A bid by prosecutors to increase the prison sentence of a child rapist who preyed on young girls in Aberdeen three decades ago was rejected by appeal judges yesterday.