Council bosses have told travellers to quit an illegal caravan site next to a north-east beauty spot.
The names of thousands of people from across the north and north-east have been linked to adultery website Ashley Madison.
A Scotsman has set a new Guinness World Record after he played the bagpipes for an incredible 24 hours.
A retired minister has completed an impressive 577-mile fundraising cycle round the north of Scotland - at the age of 79.
Four Aberdeen Football Club fans are to go on trial accused of inciting public disorder at a Scottish Premier League match earlier this year.
This is how the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre could look if plans are approved by councillors.
Scotland's care watchdog had to intervene after finding youngsters in a "chaotic" nursery climbing at an open window.
A man who claimed he could not fetch help for his fatally injured cat because of an anxiety order has been found guilty of causing the animal "unnecessary suffering".
A good Samaritan who suffered catastrophic back injuries in a freak accident on a paradise island is walking again just two weeks after he underwent life-changing surgery.
The offer of a £20,000 reward has so far failed to produce any fresh leads in the hunt for a north student who vanished in the Himalayas.
A north-east beauty pageant turned to farce when a six-year-old girl was wrongly declared the winner - then told she would have to hand her crown back in front of an outraged audience.
Two medals awarded to an Aberdeen soldier who served with the Black Watch at the Battle of Waterloo sold for £4,800 at auction yesterday - £2,000 more than expected.
A mother of five has spoken of her agony after she was falsely accused of helping her police officer partner to rape another woman.
A fresh search for two walkers missing in the Highlands drew another blank yesterday.
Medals presented to a fearless north-east soldier who served with the Black Watch at the Battle of Waterloo are expected to fetch nearly £3,000 at auction.
A man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder.
The youngest elected MP in history has bagged a first class politics degree.
An official application to bring lynx back to Scotland will be submitted this summer and could result in the big cats roaming Britain for the first time in 1,300 years.
Scotland's senior law officer recently addressed north-east business leaders on the potential - and pitfalls - of social media. Here Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland QC tells Press and Journal readers about the balance to be struck between freedom of speech and the prosecution of hate crime.
A man who assaulted a woman by holding a knife to her throat has been jailed for two years.
It is famed among the world's greatest delicacies, but Orkney beef could vanish from our shelves this summer following one of the island's wettest springs on record.
A sex attacker who molested a woman after threatening to kill himself is facing a lengthy prison sentence.
He was born and raised in Liverpool, but Victorian artist Richard Ansdell enjoyed some of his happiest and most profitable days working in the north of Scotland.
Staff at one of Scotland's oldest universities have backed plans for strike action in a row over jobs losses.
A gold nugget, thought to be the most significant discovery in Scotland in the past 70 years, was almost thrown away by the lucky man who found it.
Donald Trump has won a battle to create what he claims will be the greatest hole in golf at his Turnberry resort.
A Rolls-Royce allegedly used to smuggle Wallis Simpson in and out of Balmoral Castle is expected to fetch up to £120,000 at auction later this month.
One of the last survivors of the HMS Royal Oak sinking has died.
The official report into a leaked memo, which claimed Nicola Sturgeon wanted David Cameron to win the General Election, clears the new Scottish Secretary of any involvement in the scandal.
Wildlife charity the RSPB could face a big fine after chopping down an estimated 100,000 trees without a licence.
Plans for major land reform in Scotland have won overwhelming public backing.
An oil and gas firm has won its battle with Aberdeenshire planners, meaning it can stay on at its countryside base.