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Emeli Sande was named British Female Solo Artist of the year in a glitzy ceremony at the Brits last night.
Divers have begun a new survey of the remains of the scuttled German fleet in Scapa Flow.
Hairdryers have become unlikely weapons in a Moray village's desperate battle against speeding drivers.
A "brave, caring and witty" eight-year-old boy from Nairn has died following his second cancer battle.
A pedestrian is in a critical condition after being knocked down in a suspected hit and run.
A senior Aberdeen University lecturer has been described as a "brilliant scholar".
A man has been seriously injured after being struck by a car in Inverness.
A young mum who died in an Aberdeenshire crash has been named by police.
An Inverness man who indecently assaulted a teenage girl was jailed for 10 months at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday.
A Moray mother's hopes for a fresh inquiry into her son's death have been raised after a decades-old case in the north was reopened.
The owner of north-east eatery, Dyce Tandoori, has vowed to repair and reopen his premises within a month after fire ripped through the property and caused significant damage.
Temperatures in eastern Scotland could exceed those in parts of the Mediterranean next week as a blast of warm air hits the UK.
A Moray Council nursery worker faces the sack after she struck a youngster with a pair of scissors.
Inspectors have claimed vulnerable children in Moray are being put at risk as authorities are failing to identify those living with "neglectful parents".
A former Aberdeen University student is tipped to become the ambassador to the European Union for the President of the United States.
New drone footage shows the £750million Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) taking shape.
A teenager has been fined £600 after he butted a bouncer at a city fast food restaurant.
A Speyside couple fear they are in for a decade of misery while a whisky giant carries out a £100million distillery expansion just yards from their home.
Thieves raided an Aberdeen man's home while he was recovering from a serious heart attack - sending him straight back to hospital.
An Aberdeenshire woman, left distraught when tributes at her husband's grave were torn to pieces by a council worker has been reimbursed - almost five months after the incident happened.
Buildings have been flattened as ambitious demolition work continues at a former Aberdeen factory - some five months after council planners gave their backing for an urban village at the city centre site.
Bungling council gardeners have covered an entire football pitch with trees.
Fresh fears have been raised about ambulance cover after a man hit by a lorry in Elgin was tended to by a Buckie crew - who were there by "chance".
Work was stopped on the multimillion-pound Marischal Square development yesterday after a worker was injured in an industrial accident on the site.
Three men injured eight children in a "drive-by" air pistol shooting at a Black Isle beach, a court heard.
A long-serving prison officer was behind bars last night after he admitted smuggling drugs and mobile phones into HMP Inverness.
A young girl and a man were taken to hospital after a lorry landed on a car in a north-east crash
A 54-year-old Inverness man who distributed hundreds of obscene images of child abuse through internet chatrooms was jailed for 27 months yesterday.
An Aberdeen teenager left two students scarred for life after a frenzied knife attack in a city street.
A north-east MSP has backed plans for a multimillion-pound new stadium for Aberdeen FC.
A convicted sex offender who was banned from approaching boys or using leisure centres was able to walk into a shower block full of youngsters at an Inverness school, a court has heard.
A speeding motorist who killed his friend after he lost control of a high-performance car was jailed for six years and four months today.