The Scottish Government minister behind the plan to centralise the Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) board has "refused to name anyone" that supports the move. Read More
A north-east road in Aberdeen is due to re-open at midnight tonight six months after a fire partially destroyed a hotel. Read More
A dad who welcomed his baby boy into the world just five months ago has died from an asthma attack. Read More
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A north-east road in Aberdeen is due to re-open at midnight tonight six months after a fire partially destroyed a hotel.
Twelve 75ft beams were delivered to the north-east today for the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie-Tipperty (AWPR/B-T) project.
An "elderly" man has been cut free from a car after a two-vehicle crash on the A9.
A four-figure sum of money was taken during a break-in at a Bridge of Don home.
A 91-year-old pedestrian was taken to hospital with serious injuries following a north-east crash.
Police are hunting two thugs who were caught on CCTV karate kicking a teenage boy in the face in a shocking unprovoked attack.
This amazing footage from Argentina shows a firefighter saving a baby from a burning tower block.
A £10million fundraising drive for the redevelopment of Aberdeen's art gallery has reached 25% of its target.
The redevelopment of a historic north-east railway station destroyed in a fire has been awarded a grant of more than £100,000 by Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
Highland Council has reaffirmed winter gritting for the Nairn area with an assurance that an earlier 5am start is an option when weather conditions dictate.
Young people in the Highlands who plan to volunteer in Africa are being invited to apply for a special grant.
Nairn is the latest target for extending 20mph limits in towns across Highland.
Scots will finally be able to look at what could have been the face of Scotland’s greatest king, after scientists and historians joined forces to create the images.
A record £52.7 million was spent by film and television producers in Scotland in 2015, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop has revealed.
Closer links between the governments in Westminster, Holyrood, Cardiff Bay and Stormont are needed to handle the Brexit process, a Commons committee has said.
An MP moved colleagues to tears after revealing she was raped at 14, telling the Commons: "I'm not a victim, I'm a survivor."
An eight-year-old girl is being treated in hospital after she was reportedly stabbed at a house in Edinburgh.
Millions of people have accepted an invitation to a party for a girl in rural northern Mexico after the invite went viral.
Junk food advertising is to be banned across all children's media - including online and social - in a landmark decision to help tackle childhood obesity.
The format of The Great British Bake Off "will stay exactly the same" following its move from the BBC to Channel 4, Paul Hollywood has said.
Holyrood ministers are to be asked for their view on a call to make failing to recycle a crime.
A policeman's badge, a sex toy and a Jack Russell dog are among the bizarre items left in pubs after a Christmas party, a study reveals.
Ruth Davidson has threatened to withdraw her party's support for the government's Curriculum for Excellence reforms after Scotland dropped down international education rankings for core school subjects.
A woman who has been charged with driving six times over the legal drink-drive limit had two children in her car, police have said.
Kezia Dugdale will ask Labour members to back a new Act of Union at her party's conference in Perth next year.
The battle for Brexit will pit Theresa May's desire for a "red, white and blue" divorce from the European Union against the "tartan Remain" campaign, the SNP has claimed.
The Government faces a wait until next year to find out whether it has won its historic Brexit legal challenge at the UK's highest court.
Police have released CCTV images of potential witnesses in the search for a missing RAF serviceman.
Justice Secretary Michael Matheson is to be questioned over a forecast £27.5 million budget gap facing Police Scotland at Holyrood on Thursday.
Nairnshire councillors yesterday agreed wide-ranging strategic priorities for the future in a new masterplan encompassing economic, broadband, transport, housing, healthcare and education needs.
Britain can never be safe from Syrian terror threats until the brutal civil war is brought to an end, spy chief Alex Younger has said.
Labour has faced an onslaught from all sides after most of its MPs backed Theresa May's plans to trigger the process for quitting the European Union by the end of March on condition the PM reveals her strategy.