Gavin Morrison has called time on his Brora Rangers career after having his contract cancelled by the club by mutual consent.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is resigned to having to wait until the summer to bring Matty Kennedy to Pittodrie.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie was full of praise for the way his team shook off any festive cobwebs as they dismantled and defeated a young Turriff United team 4-0 at Bellslea.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson says players will have to exit Caledonian Stadium in order for him to add fresh faces this month.
Aberdeen midfielder Funso Ojo insists team-mate Lewis Ferguson has all the attributes required to make the transition to English football.
Direct farm subsidy support will continue at current levels for 2020, the UK Government has confirmed.
The bid to make the Flow Country a World Heritage Site has taken a major step forward.
After losing its official status as a marathon - because of the number of potholes on the route - an iconic Highland road race is to end after 20 years.
Highland coach Davie Carson has conceded defeat in his club’s bid to rival Biggar for the National 1 title but insists his side is up for the challenge of finishing best of the rest in National 1.
Forres Mechanics striker Lee Fraser hopes his injury woes are behind him.
‘Delivering instils work ethic’: Paper boys and girls across the north-east will be recognised as part of the Home Delivery Awards
A Moray shop owner has described the Press and Journal and news as the “cornerstone” of his business.
A solitary Thomas Coyne goal was enough to put East of Scotland League side Linlithgow Rose through to the Scottish Cup second round following a 1-0 win over Huntly.
Aberdeen swimmer Toni Shaw described winning silver in the S9 100m butterfly at the World Para Swimming Championships in London as the biggest achievement of her life.
Second home buyers boosted the property market in the Highlands in the first quarter of this financial year, according to figures from estate agency Galbraith.
John McGinn criticised Scotland’s unacceptable lack of belief as their Euro 2020 qualifying hopes were dented further by last night’s 2-1 defeat to Russia.
A Muir of Ord bakery is expanding production and creating new jobs following a move to bigger premises.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has said it is “back on track” after having to delay paying its bills during a two month spell because of “exceptional pressure” on its cash flow.
Some people are all talk. A guy from Point was selling a van the other day.
He quite properly got a hero’s welcome for a heroic effort when he came up the 18th as the clock ticked past 8pm, but there was to be no happy ending to the saga for Rory McIlroy at Royal Portrush.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hailed his teenage midfield duo Lewis Ferguson and Dean Campbell for showing maturity beyond their years as they helped the Dons to victory against RoPS in Finland last night.
Derek McInnes’s 300th game in charge of Aberdeen had much in common with his 299th, as he watched his side squander chance after chance against RoPS in Finland to make this return leg more taxing than it should have been.
Richie Ramsay hopes to surge into the mix for a Sunday tilt at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open title.
Oban’s Robert MacIntyre couldn’t hide his disappointment after missing the cut on his Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open debut.
Calum Hill is hoping to play his way into next week’s field at Royal Portrush after emerging as top Scot at the halfway point at The Renaissance Club.
Henrik Stenson is hitting form just in time for next week’s Open at Royal Portrush but feels this week’s ASI Scottish Open venue is not the ideal warm-up.
The week before his brother Francesco defends the Claret Jug, Edoardo Molinari boosted his hopes of joining him at Royal Portrush by finishing tied for the lead on low-scoring opening day at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open.
Aberdeen’s Richie Ramsay put local knowledge to good use on the opening day of the ASI Scottish Open to lead hopes of a first home winner for 20 years.
Rory McIlroy knows he will carry the hopes of a nation when golf’s oldest major returns to Northern Ireland next week.
Matt Kuchar has been at the centre of an unusually controversial season but the American admits disappointing his grandmother has been the low point.
Brandon Stone almost created history at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open 12 months ago on his way to winning the title.
This time 20 years ago, John Barnes was settling into his first week as Celtic manager.
Owain Fon Williams hopes to force his way back into consideration for the Wales squad after joining Hamilton Accies.