Friends and colleagues of Linda Norgrove will take part in a run in her memory this weekend - from wherever they are in the world.
When aid worker Linda Norgrove was kidnapped on September 26, 2010, her family suddenly found themselves thrust into the spotlight.
As the anniversary of aid worker Linda Norgrove’s death approaches, Shona Gossip discovers how her legacy is helping a new generation of Afghan women
As proud Sarah Lawson hugs her eight-month-old son, she has to pinch herself that it’s real.
The newly opened Uig Sands on Lewis markets itself as a restaurant with a view.
Many may think that a day in the life of a police officer is like cops and robbers, but in reality it is far more about prevention and protection.
When Kirsty MacDonald took her daughter to the doctor to get a swollen gland checked out, she thought the 12-year-old was coming down with a cold.
A feel-good parade celebrating the tireless work of the north-east's third sector has been hailed a success.
Hundreds of well-wishers were treated to a royal gathering at Crathie Kirk today.
It inspired writers such as childhood favourite Beatrix Potter and poet William Wordsworth, and has recently been named a Unesco World Heritage site.
A £10million investment project to make Aberdeen's electricity network more resilient has been announced.
A man has been jailed for running Scotland’s largest puppy farm in Aberdeenshire.
The north-east's newest concert venue has teamed up with one of the region's biggest transport providers to make travel easier for gig-goers.
Heavyweights will be showing off their skills today as they delight the crowd at Aboyne Highland Games.
The power, strength and discipline of a Mearns strongman has lifted him into the record books.
A teacher at a special needs school has been struck off for having an inappropriate relationship with one of the pupils.
A retired police officer and football coach jailed for sexually abusing three boys has died.
A north-east golfer has proven age is no barrier by winning a club tournament at the age of 96.
Hundreds of fundraisers took to the streets of Aberdeen last night to raise cash for charity while exploring some of the city’s cultural gems.
An Aberdeenshire mum has urged thieves to return her daughter's diabetes equipment after it was stolen from a school playing field.
The organiser of the "best fest in the west" has confirmed this will be its final year.
Two men will appear in court tomorrow after £22,000 of heroin was found in a car bound for the north-east.
Pictures reveal what new restaurant and pub for former Esslemont and Macinstosh building will look like
These images show how a historic department store could be transformed into a pub and restaurant.
Michael Buble will play in Aberdeen for a second night after fans snapped up 10,000 tickets within minutes.
Moray pensioner who sent indecent images of children to his colleague ordered to carry out unpaid work
A Moray man who sent indecent images of children to his colleague has been ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work.
A woman was caught on film slicing her partner’s hand with a kitchen knife as she “swung” it around in a drunken row.
An Aberdeen man has been jailed for three months after being caught with a knife in his pocket - while being X-rayed at hospital.
The vice-president of the Turriff Show has been found guilty of stalking his estranged wife.
There is a quiet spot along the banks of the River Don where I like to go.
It is one of the most precious freedoms in our democratic society: the ability of journalists to reveal truths, on behalf of the public, that might otherwise remain hidden and to expose them to scrutiny.
Global warming, climate change, Donald Trump, unicorns and slime are just some of the hot topics tackled by school pupils hoping to be named Junior Journalist of the year.
A minister is suing the speeding driver who nearly killed him in a horrific crash for £100,000.