Participants braved the chilly weather to tackle the Glack Attack endurance challenge at Glack Hill, near Dunecht, on Saturday. Can you spot yourself in our gallery?
With the Royal National Mòd now in full swing, we've selected our favourite photos from Scotland's biggest Gaelic cultural festival so far.
A striking shot of shards of ice on a bitterly cold morning in Glencoe has scooped the top prize in this year’s Landscape Photographer of the Year Award.
James Bond may have turned his nose up at them, but that didn't stop a north-east museum celebrating some of the not-so-classic cars of the past 70 years.
Davey McKenzie, from Cornhill, completed an "astonishing" feat at the Speyside Cooperage on Saturday afternoon - setting a new world record for hammering together a whisky cask.
A north-east man has made history after setting a new world record by hammering together a whisky cask in only three minutes.
Vikings descended on a city school yesterday - but they came in peace to deliver a lesson in history and culture to children.
It’s nearly May and yet many parts of Scotland were covered in a blanket of snow today. The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning with the snow set to continue tomorrow. Our photographers have been out taking pictures of today’s weather – and now we want yours too.
Ambitious plans are being drawn up to bring the Nuart street festival back to Aberdeen for the next three years- and expand it into the city's suburbs.
Poorly children from across the north-east were given a surprise when a huge pink lorry arrived at their hospital - along with hundreds of toys.
A Tall ship that is sailing around the world has docked in Aberdeen for a visit.
Hundreds of people gathered to mark the 271st anniversary of the Battle of Culloden.
Highland locations are set to have starring roles in a brand new film about a legendary knight.
The Three Sisters Mountains in the Scottish Highlands has been named one of the top 3 views across Britain.
A father-and-son have written themselves into Deeside history after completing their story with the legendary "Dinnie Steens".
A Moray cooper was taken by surprise yesterday when his workmates pounced and covered him with buckets of foul-smelling sludge.
Thousands of Shetlanders staged a scorching tribute to their Viking forefathers last night with a spectacular Up Helly Aa inferno.
More than a thousand huskies were seen pounding the Highlands at the weekend at the annual sled dog rally.
The Duchess of Rothesay was given the recipe for a “healthy Scotch pie” as she opened a leading nutritional research centre.
Many parts of Scotland woke to a blanket of snow this morning as the Met Office forecasts more blizzard conditions are on their way.
An amateur photographer has captured the dramatic moment the silhouette of a majestic stag appeared against a sunset backdrop in the Highlands.
Aberdeen Art Gallery is now gleaming after workmen finished adding tonnes of copper cladding to the new roof as part of its £30million renovation.
The annual Stonehaven Nippy Dip gained an eleventh-hour reprieve after the local RNLI came to the rescue of the festive fundraiser.
The flooding which hit Deeside in December 2015 was almost certainly the worst in living memory.
Scores of hardy souls braved the chill of the North Sea today as snow showers made it a Boxing Day dip with a real nip.
The north of Scotland is not in short supply of amazing Christmas lights displays. Residents across the region have gone all out this year in making their homes shine bright. Check out our gallery to see how festive the north and north-east really is:
A new charity calendar, highlighting some of the north-east's most beautiful birds and animals, has been created to raise cash for a wildlife rescue centre.
PICTURES: Dons give fans at Royal Aberdeen Children Hospital early Christmas present… By visiting them
Aberdeen football stars brightened up the festive season for a number of their young fans facing Christmas in hospital yesterday.
Firefighters were called out to tackle a car blaze in Aberdeen this morning. The incident happened in the Powis Crescent area of the city at 2.15am. Crews spent 40 minutes putting out the fire after the vehicle burst into flames. A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokeswoman said: “We left the scene at 2.54am.”
A creative gardener has made a glowing red Christmas tree made almost entirely of beautiful poinsettias.
An Aberdeenshire community has banded together to brighten up the winter months by creating a pint-sized edible Christmas village.
Eight months since his introduction to Police Scotland, police pup Bodie is continuing to progress and develop in his training.