An Inverness man has admitted knocking down a four-year-old boy in a residential street last July and then driving away from the scene.
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Education chiefs have sent letters to parents in the Highlands warning against the “increasing trend” of pupils being taken out of school to go on holiday.
A police officer who was involved in a serious crash while responding to a 999 call has failed in a bid to have her careless driving conviction quashed.
Fears have been raised over pupil safety at north schools in the wake of revelations that the council is facing a £100 million buildings repair and maintenance backlog.
Gymnasts accuse council of leaving them “out in the cold” when planning £15million sports centre upgrade
A top gymnast has claimed the “biggest sport in Inverurie” has been forgotten about when plans for a new £15million sports centre were drawn up.
A terminally-ill Aberdeenshire mum, who has just months to live, has promised to create a lifetime’s worth of memories with her husband and young children.
Schoolchildren in Sutherland are making round trips of more than 200 miles to see a dentist because of “staffing issues” manning a mobile service.
Police have vowed to carry out a “full review” into why officers took two hours to show up at an Inverness cafe when it was targeted by a gang of teenagers.
A north man has told how he and his family have been left living in a hotel after Hurricane Harvey wrecked their Texas home.
Bottled water has been issued to Moray school pupils after the drinking supply was found to be contaminated with lead.
Transport Scotland has apologised to residents in two north-east villages after letters were issued, incorrectly telling them about an imminent road closure.
A 64-year-old man has appeared in court, charged with attempted murder, following an alleged daylight attack in Aberdeen.
Construction has begun on a glass mosaic which will become a mainstay of the Duthie Park for generations to come.
A devastated Moray widow faces a £1,400 bill to replace her husband’s gravestone after vandals smashed it into pieces.
An under-pressure food bank has launched an urgent appeal for a permanent base in the north-east so it can help meet demands.
A young campaigner has penned an energetic song as part of an impassioned plea to encourage doctors to move to Moray.
A new multimillion-pound school has taken another major step forward.
One of Aberdeen’s most famous statues took pride of place at the weekend after being returned to its plinth just outside Aberdeen.
The managing director of Sport Aberdeen has said he is “disheartened” and “alarmed” by the outcome of a wide-ranging business rates review.
Letters have been sent to the parents of children at Dingwall Academy following reports that a group of pupils were experimenting with drugs during school hours.
Aberdeen airport should get a taste of the public money being pumped into rival transport hubs, the Scottish Conservatives said after finding it was getting no help.
A north-east family turned a Disney World laundry room into an emergency bunker as the strongest hurricane in history battered Florida last night.
Business leaders have backed Aberdeen FC’s vision for a new stadium as being crucial to the north-east’s economic recovery.
A coastguard crew has been left unable to attend emergencies after a would-be thief left a trail of blood in its van.
A land-owning couple, whose farm has been cut in half by the Aberdeen bypass, have been visited by the senior government minister heading up the project.
Up to 600 taxi drivers in Aberdeen could be forced to spend tens of thousands of pounds ensuring wheelchair users can use their cabs.
Lasers could be the latest weapon to be deployed in Moray in the war against menacing gulls.
A promotional 3D fly-through of the new £333million AECC has revealed what the development will look like inside and out.
The former music tutor of pop legend Annie Lennox has accused council officers of “ignoring tradition and history” as the fight escalates to save extracurricular lessons at Aberdeen Music Centre.
Aberdeen city centre businesses have demanded answers over delays to a £3.2million scheme to pedestrianise Broad Street, which is expected to continue into 2018.
It is one of Aberdeenshire’s smallest villages with a population of less than 500.
Some of the worst antisocial behaviour in the north-east is to be tackled by “old school” policing.