Gordonians need only one more point from their last two games to claim the National League 3 title in only their second season in the division.
Turriff United threw away a two-goal lead as Nairn County scored three times in the final 14 minutes to claim the points and move a point above the home side into 13th.
Ross County recovered from an off-colour first-half display against Connah’s Quay Nomads to claim a first trophy under co-managers Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson.
Two Cabinet ministers who are said to be in line to take over from Theresa May have dismissed reports of a Cabinet coup to oust her.
Two Aberdeen dancers are preparing to travel to France later this month for a unique project.
An Aberdeen politician has highlighted the impact of the increase in employer contributions to NHS pension schemes on hospice organisations.
A man has gone on trial accused of raping two women in the north-east.
A 37-year-old Inverness man who threatened to stab his ex-partner in the eyes was ordered to carry out 108 hours of unpaid community work yesterday.
New jobs coming on stream at the national archive centre in Wick are helping counter the town’s long-term image as an unemployment blackspot.
Cove Rangers striker Mitch Megginson regards Saturday’s trip to Brora Rangers as the biggest of the season so far.
An Orkney man who bombarded an Episcopalian priest with homophobic hate mail avoided a jail sentence yesterday.
For 16 years, the Wick branch of Wetherspoons has lauded the achievements of a son of the parish who became a renowned 19th century inventor.
Aberdeen FC have lost a legal battle with a sherry producer over the name of its official Scotch whisky.
Trials involving the use of laser beams to keep birds away from crops have shown ‘great results’ according to a European research consortium which is now planning to test the same approach to keep deer, rabbits and rodents from also causing damage.
The fastest woman to cycle round the world and a Commonwealth mountain biker - who is pretty speedy herself - will share tales of their endurance adventures at a Loch Ness Etape event.
A plane bound for Sumburgh Airport had to return to Aberdeen yesterday morning after suffering multiple bird strikes within a minute of take-off.
A woman told police she thought she would black out as her partner seized her by the neck in their Inverness home.
A thief’s drunken break-in to his neighbourhood shop was filmed on CCTV and it enabled police to arrest the culprit shortly afterwards.
Major improvements on a vital Highland road are to begin this coming Sunday as Transport Scotland are preparing to deliver on a £180,000 improvement scheme on the A830 Road to the Isles route.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes doubts defender Scott McKenna will be fit for Scotland’s game with Kazakhstan on Thursday.
A gaming addict who severely injured a baby blamed computer games for the horrific offence - and then claimed he broke the infant’s ribs because his grip on one side is stronger than the other.
A mum whose son’s body was found in a padlocked Aberdeen flat demanded answers yesterday.
Farmers using Väderstad Rapid trailed drills who want to apply seed and fertiliser at variable rates within fields can now do so without needing ISOBUS electronics thanks to new controller software.
REVEALED: Number of people travelling from far north to Raigmore goes up despite introduction of video consultations
New figures show more people from the far north are having to travel to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness - despite the much-vaunted introduction of video consultations.
A family hit out yesterday claiming they would be left temporarily homeless with an eight-week-old baby due to a problem with home repairs following the discovery of a needle.
Farmers have been urged to familiarise themselves with the rules surrounding the commercial use of drones.
A call has been issued for a major inquiry to be conducted into Scotland’s land tenure system to address the shortcomings of the agricultural holdings legislation included in the country’s 2016 Land Reform Act.
A prisoner caused thousands of pounds of damage to two of his cells after obtaining drugs in jail.
A road rage incident where a driver threatened to stab another motorist in Inverness led to a court appearance for a 33-year-old Beauly man.
Disturbance in Inverness block of flats led to police following trail of blood to one of the participants
A disturbance in an Inverness block of flats led to police following a trail of blood to one of the participants.
A senior bookkeeper’s gambling and drinking led him to embezzle over £221,000 from six Scottish sporting estates over a five-year period.
Engagement ring used in revolution escape is one of the star attractions at Inverness valuation event
An engagement ring thought to have been used in a daring escape from Russia was one of the star items at an antiques valuation event held in Inverness yesterday.