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ScotRail's under-fire boss has vowed to visit Aberdeen to address a rising tide of complaints, following another day of chaos for customers in the north-east.
Japanese whalers are discussing plans ahead of the resumption of commercial hunting along the north-eastern coasts for the first time in three decades.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology which could cut flight delays is being used at Heathrow airport.
Work on a new multi-million pound crossing over the River Nairn is beginning to take shape, six months after construction began.
A north-east man could face criminal charges and the permanent seizure of all his livestock due to welfare concerns.
Michael Matheson yesterday said the final stretch of the Aberdeen bypass would not be opened until the contractors had provided assurances that remedial work on the Don Crossing was complete.
MSP Maureen Watt has brought the issue of the Aberdeen City Region Deal to parliament.
A new book has revealed the strong north-east connection between a leading Scottish family and the late Diana, Princess of Wales.
Budding artists and musicians across Aberdeenshire can earn themselves some free studio time - simply by performing live at events across the region.
A sheltered housing complex in Moray has held a party for a double anniversary.
A concert series on Speyside devised to showcase traditional music from across Scotland has unveiled its biggest ever line-up.
Business Minister Jamie Hepburn has said an Aberdeen papermill is an “attractive prospect” for potential buyers as he pledged to work with all parties to save the 500 jobs at the plant.
Availability of brown tourism signs questioned after Moray business quoted almost £50,000 for just four signs
Transport Scotland has been urged to ensure brown tourist attraction signs are accessible - and affordable - for all businesses.
Venezuelans are heading into uncharted political waters with the young leader of a newly united and combative opposition claiming to hold the presidency.
The aftermath of a family funeral led to a Beauly man being arrested for a drunken disturbance outside his house.
Children are happy, confident and enthusiastic at a north-east nursery, inspectors have said.
A bank branch in Aberdeen city centre is facing the axe as part of a fresh wave of closures announced yesterday by Santander.
Sorry seems to be the hardest word, according to a famous Elton John song.
Surprise weddings are one thing - but what about tying the knot on the other side of the world in the middle of a Shetland winter?
The teenage daughter of a Fort George soldier has been refused a visa to the UK to live with her father’s family - amid claims he doesn’t see her enough.
An Aberdeenshire woman who was made an honorary citizen of Texas by President George W. Bush has died, aged 85.
A Lochaber peak was dramatically lit up as a rescue took place in the very early hours of yesterday morning in sub-zero temperatures.
Fast-acting firefighters prevented a potentially catastrophic blaze from spreading through a block of flats in Aberdeen.
As many as 500 jobs are expected to be created through a new scheme to tackle fuel poverty in the northern and Western Isles.
Swimming pools, libraries and public toilets have fallen under the axe as Moray Council looks to save a further £2million to stave off bankruptcy.
Members of Nairn Sailing Club have helped to dig up the remains of a mystery ship wreck.
A community wind farm charity on Lewis is celebrating the outreach work of its two community consultants after it was revealed nearly 30 groups have now benefited from their work.
A new hub in Highland to avoid looked-after children being sent out of the region is looking to recruit 15 staff.
Green fingered folk in the north-east are being encouraged to save up their seeds for a gardening festival.
Efforts to “swiftly” extradite fugitive Jack Shepherd are under way after he finally handed himself in to police in Georgia.
The surrender of “speedboat killer” Jack Shepherd is on a swathe of Thursday’s front pages.
Health experts have warned Scottish hospitals are at risk of an outbreak of a new potentially deadly superbug unless attitudes towards screening change.