It was an episode that neatly summed up both the usefulness and the threat of drones: an amateur photographer in the Highlands inadvertently landing one on the deck of the Royal Navy’s newest warship.
It was love at first sight when Andrew and Isabella Strachan met as teenagers more than 60 years ago.
One of Britain’s most renowned athletes and adventurers has confirmed she plans to compete for Scotland at the Commonwealth Games in Australia next year – at the age of 46.
Parents are being warned that children may be addicted to social media, and screen time should be treated in the same manner as junk food.
It’s not the kind of news anyone wants to wake up to – energy price rises.
Justin Welby, the leader of the Church of England, has revealed the most stressful job he has done was as a parish priest, and that clergy need to be better supported.
Aberdeen University law lecturer Malcolm Combe takes the view that every student who graduates is another success story to be celebrated.
As if an emotional meeting with one brother they didn’t know they had for more than 60 years was not enough - a family yesterday found themselves face to face with another.
In the days leading up to Emily Drouet's move up to Aberdeen to start university, her parents took her on a big shopping trip - filling up two cars with items to help her feel at home in a new city.
Animal charities across the region have united in their determination not to allow two thugs, who killed a child’s pet gecko by placing it in a blender, to volunteer with them.
A north-east adventurer is gearing up to become the first person to enter an electric vehicle in the 10,000-mile Mongol Rally.
Giving up his time to train for a marathon is a small sacrifice compared to what has gone before.
Scotland is famous for its castles, indeed Balmoral is only a few miles away and yet there is something reassuringly different about Braemar.
A brave team of north-east lads ran through nettles, swam and scaled high walls in a brutal course to raise more than £11,000 for charities close to their hearts.
Dusk is slowly creeping in and the night air feels fresh and sharp, whilst pools of light from the street lamps spill onto the cobbles.
It is May 26, 1940.
It all began with a journey to the Western Isles, a meeting with a roguish sea dog called Cubby MacKinnon, and the purchase of a Danish boat.
A Shetlander who admits she "is not a runner" will be striving to beat her mum when she puts her best feet forward this summer to raise much needed funds for a local charity.
Shannon Jamieson is one of 44,000 young people in Scotland providing unpaid care for friends and family.
Scotland has an estimated 745,000 adults and 44,000 young people (approx 10% of the population) who provide unpaid care to relatives and friends who are in need of help because they are ill, frail, have a disability, mental illness or have a substance misuse.
Leeanne Drake is 37 and from Mintlaw. She cares for her nine-year-old son Finlay.
Carers are being asked for their views on what is important to them.
“Dear people of north-east: Volunteer writes open letter as appeal continues for Gordon Highlanders Museum
After a few months volunteering at The Gordon Highlanders Musuem, Aberdeen mother-of-three Lisa McKenna already feels like part of the family.
After losing his teenage son to cancer, Walter Sutherland found support from Moray's diverse cycling community.
A researcher at the Gordon Highlanders Museum is set to launch a new work, recounting incredible tales of north-east soldiers' experiences during the Second World War.
A message in a bottle which lay undiscovered for 83 years has incredibly found its way back to the original owner's family.
‘It’s been an amazing journey’: Friends hold last charity ball after raising more than £100k for charities
A group of friends behind a popular charity ball are calling it a day after raising more than £100,000 for good causes.
An Iraqi archbishop has appealed for support for Christians as they face a "critical time" of recovery from brutal persecution.
North-east family ‘reunited’ with brother they never knew they had – 61 years after he was abandoned
A north-east family has had an emotional meeting with a brother they never knew they had - 61 years after he was abandoned in a Birmingham cinema.
One of these pictures shows a party-loving socialite who made a name for herself as a gracious hostess to the great, the good and the royal.
For almost 200 years, the men of Lonach have marched through the ancient glens of Strathdon proudly wielding their traditional pikes and sporting their historic tartans.
Annie Gabb always thought her grandfather PJ Darby's boat - The Anne - had been lost in the war.