A disgruntled Moray resident has discovered he is paying almost £300 more a year on gas than his neighbour - despite their boilers only being 6ft apart. Read More
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A man has been detained by police amid reports he was exposing himself near an Aberdeen school.
The demolition of a bridge in Stonehaven will begin next week as part of the AWPR construction project.
Dozens of home in Kemnay were without water this morning after a water main burst.
Scottish SPCA workers are caring for a baby squirrel after a nest was discovered in a felled tree in Aberdeenshire.
Ruth Davidson has been urged to apologise after mocking the accent of an SNP MSP during yesterday's indyref2 debate.
An ornate north-east pendant which is believed to protect its wearer from both lightning and the plague has sold at auction for more than £230,000.
A northern lifeboat is undertaking a mission of its own - by going green.
Extra lifesaving support is now available in the Ellon area, after the formation of a new group of first responders, who are "going live" today.
A Moray councillor is seeking a fifth term representing the region's biggest town.
Singer Emeli Sande has shared her sympathy with the campaign for a fresh independence referendum, saying British politics has left Scottish people feeling "insecure".
The contest to be elected to Moray Council has heated up with three new candidates announcing they are standing in the same ward.
A man caught driving on an Argyll road despite being banned for life was jailed for six months yesterday.
A north-east woman who won a poetry competition to mark the opening of a new budget hotel chain in Peterhead will celebrate her success with a trip to see singing sensation Adele.
An American tourist has smashed the record for a famous weight lifting challenge - the Dinnie Steens at Potarch.
Conmen are targeting people in the Highlands and members of the public are warned to be on their guard.
A builder who submitted false tenders to get a £21,500 council grant escaped serious punishment in court yesterday due to it being "a highly unusual case".
Plans for transforming an Aberdeenshire distillery into a designated conservation area have been rejected by council chiefs because the scheme failed to win the "hearts and minds" of the local community.
Here are four stories you may have missed from Inverness Sheriff Court this week.
NHS Highland has recorded one of the lowest average cancer waiting times in Scotland - despite one patient put on hold for almost a year before being treated.
A benefit cheat who appeared at Oban Sheriff Court yesterday was told she will have to repay money she claimed which she was not entitled to.
North-east councillors have roundly welcomed a regeneration scheme, which could transform a run-down area of Banff.
Multimillion pound plans have been lodged for the next phase of a massive housing development in the south-western outskirts of Inverness.
Scotland's only publicly-owned dredger is working away from home for the first time.
Plea for Highland health bosses to seek emergency government funding to help with £100million black hole
Campaigners have urged Highland health chiefs to seek emergency Scottish Government funding to help with a £100million black hole.
Man told teen to hide in cupboard after having sex with her when her mother came to his door, court hears
A mother told a court yesterday of how a man she knew had sex with her 14-year old daughter.
A salmon farm worker who admitted distributing an obscene video depicting sexual activity between a person and an animal has been fined £200.
A former UKIP candidate will stand for the Conservatives in next month's Moray Council elections.
A primary school teacher told Fort William Sheriff Court the wet road surface at a bend on the A82 at Onich was "like ice" the day he crashed into an oncoming car.
A woman has pleaded not guilty to three counts of assaulting children in her care at a north-east nursery.
Scottish Gas will rip out parts of heating systems in more than 150 homes in the north - because some of the radiators are too small.
A drunk man racially abused a worker in an Argyll kebab shop after he told him they did not sell ham, a court heard.
Emergency calls to the police in the north-east will now be handled in Tayside and the Central Belt after Aberdeen's centres were finally closed yesterday.