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A father-of-two who survived invasive surgery for a rare tumour in his neck is to run the London Marathon with his feeding tube.
A volcano in southern Japan has erupted for the first time in 250 years, and authorities have set up a no-go zone around the mountain.
Dame Tessa Jowell “feels a deep sense of responsibility” to give a voice to patients and pave the way for other cancer sufferers, her daughter has said.
The full cost of the UK’s Brexit divorce bill remains uncertain and could differ from the £35-39 billion figure put forward by the Government, financial watchdogs have said.
Talks aimed at resolving accusations an energy giant is shortchanging Moray communities by £16million have ended without resolution.
Runners from across the country are being encouraged to pull their trainers on and sign up for this summer’s Great Aberdeen Run.
The Scottish Government was accused of “actively disowning” the North Sea industry last night after it emerged that its oil and gas analytical bulletin had been officially dumped.
Moray residents are being urged to give up their bright outdoor lights and help make a dark sky park tourism bid a reality.
It is best known as "Britain's most beautiful shortcut," and now the story of the Crinan Canal will be brought to life.
Customs charges due to Brexit could cost the offshore industry £145million this summer and £120 million every year thereafter, north-east firms have been warned.
An Inverness man who had “a fixation for burning his partners with cigarettes” escaped a jail sentence yesterday for a catalogue of domestic assaults.
Conservation experts in the Highlands are to use mushrooms to help restore 20,000 trees to their natural beauty.
Controversial proposals that would see major Aberdeen streets closing at night to boost the ailing city centre have been backed by councillors.
Crashes and deaths on the A9 have dropped significantly in the three years since controversial speed cameras were introduced on the notorious stretch of road.
Fears have been raised that the new boss of Tayside’s beleaguered health board is juggling too many senior roles.
The A87 Invergarry to Uig road on Skye is to receive major refurbishment works worth almost £500,000 as part of a £4million scheme.
There have been several major accidents at open level crossings in the Highlands.
The north-east has become “integral to national security” as UK bids to combat the increasing threat posed by an aggressive Russia.
Motorists are being warned to expect disruption as slip-road closures take place this weekend on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road at Stonehaven.
North MSP and road safety campaigner David Stewart has called for the HGV speed limit to be increased to 50mph on the A96 Inverness to Aberdeen road following the success of a pilot project on the A9.
Ice cream shops across the north are bracing themselves for a flood of customers as the region enjoys scorching temperatures.
A 24-year-old Dingwall man who stole a tin containing £50 in cash from his sister will be sentenced next month.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of hosting the Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson in Moray as he cut the turf on a £132m facility for the UK’s new fleet of Poseidon Maritime Patrol Aircraft at RAF Lossiemouth.
A shaken pensioner has warned others to be on their guard after having her handbag snatched from her trolley in an Aberdeen supermarket.
Thousands of tourists to the Scottish islands face travel chaos as Caledonian MacBrayne confirmed it will not resume normal services until the beginning of June.
A north-east man told a court yesterday how he regretted swerving out of the way of a car which went on to cause a fatal accident.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen have launched new plans to boost the uptake of free school meals in the city.
The bodies of two Scottish mine workers trapped following an explosion in New Zealand are a step closer to finally being recovered, eight years on.
The NHS and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) have submitted proposals to take on offices in Aberdeen’s Marischal Square development.
A political row has been sparked over a proposed U-turn on the sale of a north-east council’s headquarters.
President Donald Trump told former FBI director James Comey that he had serious concerns about the judgment of his first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, according to memos maintained by Mr Comey.
Highland Council have issued warnings to motorists planning to use the Castle Street area of Inverness next week to expect delays.