A star-studded ball is to be held in memory of Manchester Arena attack victim Eilidh MacLeod from Barra.
The team behind the proposed spaceport in Unst is finalising an outline planning application for both launch and ground facilities as the project progresses.
A sales director who drove at almost twice the 30mph speed limit in Newtonmore was fined £400 and banned from driving for four months.
An assault victim invited a Nairn man to hit him when the two confronted each other in the street during a disturbance.
Islanders have expressed outrage as Lewis and Harris public bus services face severe cuts under council plans.
A 49-year-old Inverness man who terrified two women by following them and then lifted the skirt of one will be sentenced next month.
Concerns have been raised after people were seen on a webcam apparently interfering with puffin burrows at Sumburgh Head late on Monday night.
A man once dubbed ‘Scotland’s youngest alcoholic’ has been given another chance after headbutting a woman
A man once diagnosed as Scotland’s youngest alcoholic was given a chance by a sheriff to turn his life around.
Health campaigners in the far north are unhappy at progress in reducing the number of schoolchildren from their area having to make regular trips to Inverness to have their dental braces adjusted and refitted.
A man who was upset at losing his job turned to drugs to help him get over it and terrified his mother with an angry reaction to getting up late.
A man who attempted to strike another man with a kitchen knife in a “vicious and frenzied” attack - cutting holes in his jacket in the process - has been sent to prison for nearly two years.
A Nairn man with a heart condition had a drunken dispute in his local shop when staff asked him to pay for a plastic bag for his shopping.
An offshore oil worker who drove his wife’s car home and crashed into a neighbour’s truck was fined a total of £750 and banned from driving for 16 months.
An oil industry leader has accused Greenpeace of “undermining its own credibility” by reviving its protest on an oil rig in Cromarty Firth.
Dolphinwatch will return to Aberdeen bigger and better than ever this summer with a wealth of new events on offer.
Fans of Highland Games events are in for a double helping of entertainment this weekend as a pair of the traditional celebrations are held in the north-east.
Pupils at an Aberdeen primary school are putting their best foot forward for a 300-mile charity challenge.
An Aberdeenshire woman is strapping on her hiking boots as she prepares for a five-day charity hike in the Swiss Alps next week.
An animal lover who took out a bank loan to save three cows from slaughter has thanked the sanctuary that has offered them a new home.
An Aberdeen doctor says the introduction of more accurate scans will be a “game changer” in the fight against prostate cancer.
A north charity has launched its programme for Shetland Boat Week.
A Banchory teacher is running three marathons this year to raise money for Cats Protection after receiving help from the charity.
A 33-year-old Inverness sex offender who travelled abroad on four different occasions this year without informing the police of his plans was jailed for eight months yesterday.
Armed police were called to a supermarket car park after a man was seen with a large kitchen knife.
Two Inverness men who targeted elderly pensioners to steal money for alcohol were jailed at Inverness Sheriff Court.
A gun collector is behind bars after a large-scale firearms raid at his Argyll cottage.
Comedy fans are in for a treat at the Aberdeen International Comedy Festival with the latest acts now unveiled.
A 53-year-old Caithness woman who drove her car with a man holding onto the bonnet was ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work yesterday.
Two Aberdeen schools are celebrating after winning environmental prizes.
A woman who stole a child’s photo from a house and created a disturbance on a public bus has been remanded in custody.
Staff from an Aberdeen oil company will brave Scotland's highest bungee jump to raise money for a cancer charity.
On this day 75 years ago, the Gordon Highlanders landed on the beaches of Normandy, faced with the most gruelling military campaign of their lives.