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Plans have been lodged for the creation of a new hotel along Oban's front street on a site which has lain empty for several years.
Residents of Aberdeen’s multi-storey buildings are being invited to take part in a series of information sessions following the Grenfell Tower disaster in London.
It has become part of the north-east summer schedules.
Parishioners had a glimpse of the future yesterday with the unveiling of ambitious plans to transform their Highland church.
The Scottish MEP often described as German Chancellor Angela Merkel's right hand man has claimed Brexit will end up as a Ukraine-style free trade agreement.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has acknowledged he might not be able to referee "as many high-profile football matches" in his new role.
A climber who plunged down a coastal cliff in Aberdeenshire managed to escape serious injury.
Councillors in the Western Isles have been warned that savings of up to £20million may be needed over the next few years.
A north-east food bank which has desperately appealed for supplies to support vulnerable local people has now launched a fundraising campaign to keep its doors open.
Police sealed off two city centre streets in Aberdeen following two separate disturbances.
More than 100 cyclists set off from a Moray distillery on a mission to raise money for a charity which helps the region's deaf and blind people.
Council chiefs are maintaining pressure on Scottish Government ministers to scrap the proposed switch of the police control room in Inverness to Dundee.
The Scottish Government has agreed to improve warning signs on a busy north-east road, which has seen four people killed and 13 seriously injured since 2014.
The untold stories of a family home, which is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland, will be revealed in a fascinating exhibition.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service is establishing a rope rescue unit in Aberdeen to serve the north of Scotland.
Aberdeen's Sean Paterson will head to the United States today to fly the Saltire in the World Armwrestling Championships.
Future election duty could prove a winner with Highland Council staff, who may get an extra half day off as a reward.
An Aberdeenshire couple who met at a dance more than half-a-century ago have just celebrated 60 years of marriage.
Community leaders have urged residents to attend a public meeting tonight to discuss a controversial 100-home proposal for a Highland village amid concerns of over-development, flood risk and habitat loss.
A group of veterans and volunteers pushed themselves to the limit in a daring mountain-top challenge in Royal Deeside to raise thousands of pounds for wounded forces personnel.
A Moray town was awash with a sea of tartan over the weekend as pipe bands from all over Europe competed in a spectacularly Scottish showcase.
Plans to create a new main route through Moray could "destroy" an historic landmark made famous by William Shakespeare.
A budding amateur chef took inspiration from one of Moray's most famous dishes to win the World Tattie Scone Championship on Saturday.
Finance chiefs have revealed Highland Council is facing a funding black hole of between £130million and £187million.
A prestigious school rocked by child abuse allegations has contacted more than 3,000 former pupils in an effort to uncover historic offences.
Improving weather conditions have limited the growth of a wildfire in Utah that prompted the evacuation of 1,500 people from hundreds of homes and cabins, officials said.
The skirl of pipes and the roar of military vehicles reverberated around Aberdeen’s main thoroughfare at the weekend as the city honoured its military heroes.
Two feisty birds have caused work on a giant substation at a new Highland wind farm to grind to a halt.
A kind-hearted workman has saved a family of swallow chicks from an almost certain death after spotting their nest on the chassis of an HGV trailer.
One of Scotland's shortest ferry crossings, which links the isle of Kerrera in Oban Bay to the mainland town, is to be operated by CalMac.
Referral to treatment times for specialist and adult mental health services in Grampian were revealed as the worst in Scotland earlier this year.
A top health boss has admitted there is no end in sight for waiting time delays in the north-east.