Aberdeen's Evan Duthie has enjoyed a memorable week as he continues to make waves in the music industry.
A Huntly performance group is currently in the midst of their third 24 hour musical extravaganza.
Cruickshank Botanical Gardens played host to a bizarre tea party yesterday, marking the launch of next month's TechFest In September festival.
Residents of a new Aberdeen housing development have criticised BT for leaving them without a phone line - for three months.
A hawk will watch over Stonehaven next week in a bid to rid the town of gulls.
An emergency meeting is to be held after a police car was damaged and nine windows smashed at a children's home which has seen a spate of anti-social behaviour in recent months.
Two Moray siblings showed brains run in the family yesterday, after they both scored top grades in their exams.
Police are hunting for a man who stole £18,000 of jewellery from an Aberdeen store this morning.
A bold new vision for Peterhead's harbour area has earned a young architect a top national award.
Work will start this week on the £300,000 restoration of a historic Aberdeenshire open air swimming pool.
A new online course will commemorate the outbreak of World War I by exploring eating habits on the front line with a focus on the north-east.
A community orchard is to be created in Aberdeen to pay tribute to the men who died during World War I.
Aberdonians travelling to a World War I commemoration service at Edinburgh Castle later this month are being offered free coach travel.
A dog has been rescued after biting off more than it could chew.
A giraffe in South Africa has died after it was hit on the head by an overpass whilst being transported in an open air truck.
This is the moment ground staff at Aberdeen Airport had to assist an offshore helicopter with an emergency landing.
The north and north-east's summer could come to an abrupt end this weekend, with forecasters warning of gale force winds and heavy rain.
A leading microbiologist has said that E-coli infections are more prevalent in Scotland, and in particular Grampian and the north east, than almost anywhere else in the world.
New figures have revealed the housing market in the north is booming - with 16 properties changing hands every day.
An Aberdeen teacher has received an award from the Prime Minister for her volunteering efforts at the Commonwealth Games in 1970 and 2014.
House sales in Aberdeenshire have soared, as sales in Aberdeen city fell, according to the latest official figures.
A photographer is looking to locate a woman he met on the London to Aberdeen train so he can send her a snap he took of her.
Messages of congratulations have flown in from across the north-east for Inverurie's Hannah Miley after she took gold on the opening day of the Commonwealth Games.
Heavy fog forced the cancellation of a performance by the world famous aerobatic display team The Blades in Peterhead last night.
A woman has been taken to hospital after a one-car crash on the A90 Fraserburgh to Aberdeen road.
Emergency services at a one-car crash four miles south of Fraserburgh. The crash, happened at around 4.15pm on the A90 between Lonmay and Fraserburgh. It is not believed anyone in the black Suzuki Swift has been seriously injured, but the road is blocked and traffic is being diverted towards Memsie.
Children's favourites The Singing Kettle made a special whistle-stop to cheer up young hospital patients yesterday.
Aspiring occupational therapists can find out more about the profession during a free workshop in Aberdeen.
A new multi-million pound homeless centre in Aberdeen took a step closer to completion yesterday.
In just a few hours the eyes of the world will fall on Glasgow when the Queen officially opens the 20th Commonwealth Games at Celtic Park.
It took him eight years to put a pen to paper and another six winters to write it, but an Aberdeenshire man has finally told of his incredible tale of survival on the Antarctic Seas in a new book.