Aberdeen Football Club's vice-chairman last night urged the public to "judge on the facts" as the proposals for a new £50million stadium were lodged. Read More
The Government has a plan for post-Brexit Britain which will not only secure a “good deal abroad” but also “a better deal for ordinary working people at home”, Theresa May has said. Read More
Former Dons star David Goodwillie his ex-teammate were found to have raped a mum-of-one and ordered to pay £100,000 damages today - despite never facing a criminal trial. Read More
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The Government has a plan for post-Brexit Britain which will not only secure a “good deal abroad” but also “a better deal for ordinary working people at home”, Theresa May has said.
Rumours of the death of the Church of Scotland are exaggerated. While the Kirk is unquestionably going through a difficult time, there are signs of new life. Interest in becoming a minister would appear to be growing.
The number of children in temporary accommodation has increased in Scotland despite a fall in h omelessness applications.
The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) must improve its performance amid a "breakdown in trust" with teachers, according to a new report.
Four men have been arrested in connection with the alleged distribution of counterfeit banknotes.
A puppy is recovering from life-saving emergency surgery after she swallowed an 8in (20cm) kitchen knife.
Thousands of people are using a scam to secure residency for non-EU family members in the UK by creating false "lives" in Ireland, it has been reported.
George Michael's cousin has said he suspects the star died of an accidental drugs overdose.
Former Dons star David Goodwillie his ex-teammate were found to have raped a mum-of-one and ordered to pay £100,000 damages today - despite never facing a criminal trial.
A charity ball will be held in Aberdeen this spring in memory of a “devoted” mum and head teacher.
Police in Peterhead recorded a "significant" drop in crime over Christmas and New Year.
Britain will leave the European single market when it quits the European Union, Theresa May has said.
Soaring numbers of visitors to Skye will be discussed at high level talks between a Scottish Government minister and the local MSP.
A performing arts group which works to keep north-east youngsters out of trouble has announced its first programme of activities for 2017.
Police have issued a warning to householders to secure their properties after a spate of thefts and break-ins across the north.
A north-east community group battling to reduce local parking congestion has proposed using land at a nearby power plant to stop cars clogging their streets.
Ministers are expected to outline their views on the controversial transportation of radioactive material from a Highlands airport today.
A popular north-east tourist attraction will be closed to the public next week to allow for improvement works.
An island council leader has called for powers over the Crown Estate to be devolved to local authorities.
Two Aberdeenshire schools have struck gold after receiving a prestigious national award for achievement in sports.
The neolithic village of Skara Brae on Orkney is featured in a new set of eight stamps issued by the Royal Mail.
A bird charity has teamed up with a Moray estate to create more habitats for wildlife at the thriving wetland.
Aberdeenshire Council has launched a public consultation about plans to upgrade artificial sports pitches.
A Moray charity is hosting a lunch for blindfolded guests to highlight the challenges that face disabled people every day.
Aberdeen's Diamond Bridge is partially blocked this morning after a two-car crash.
Here are six stories you may have missed from Inverness Sheriff Court this week.
Highland Council have played down fears of a loss of parking in Inverness city centre as two new "car club" schemes come into force.
A firm has offered to plant replacement trees in a bid to win approval for a controversial power line through the Speyside countryside.
A north-east community is searching for answers this morning after a car was found hanging off a village pier.
Theresa May's plans to outline a hard Brexit have led to warnings of a possible second referendum on Scottish independence.
Aberdeenshire Council has called for north-east tourism and fishing to be protected in any Brexit agreement.
Theresa May will today pledge a clean break with the European Union, ruling out "half-in, half-out" or partial membership.