Parents are still being invited apply for places at the troubled Longhaven Primary despite confirmation it has been mothballed and a major question mark hangs over its future.
A thousand young people will take to the stage to sing an inspirational Gaelic song during a celebration of young musicians at a unique event in Inverness.
One of Scotland’s best loved and oldest wildlife sanctuaries has announced that it will close at the end of October.
“It is not usually like this in Aberdeen.” That’s what people are telling me.
One of Aberdeen’s leading voices has a unique vantage point on the changes to the city centre.
Home buyers hoping to send their children to some of Scotland’s best performing schools have to pay out almost £73,000 more than the average local price.
A north-east woman who only picked up a paint brush 18 months is preparing for a major art event.
An island health board has been told to apologise to a patient after she had a rectal examination without her consent.
Suicide is the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK.
Savings worth an estimated £145 million were denied to drivers in the past month because fuel retailers failed to pass on cuts in wholesale prices, a campaign group has claimed.
A motorcyclist has been banned from the roads after he was caught out by his own helmet camera doing 105mph on a 40mph road.
Police are to offer drink-drivers new devices which will breath-test them before their car starts in a first for the UK.
A motorway service area described as “gloriously ugly” has been named the worst in England.
The cost of charging electric vehicles could be reduced under proposals set out by the electricity market regulator.
Five people including a four-year-old Italian boy died in what has been described as “one of the worst accidents” ever to happen on a busy north-east road.
An ambitious bid to transform Unst in Shetland into a space station has taken another major step forward.
Ambitious plans to invest £30million to redesign healthcare in Caithness are to go out to formal consultation.
Stonehaven amateur Sam Locke says meeting eight-time major winner Tom Watson was the highlight of an unforgettable week at Carnoustie.
Tommy Fleetwood insists he is far more at ease with being viewed as one of the favourites to win this week’s Open championship at Carnoustie.
Bosses at Aberdeen-based FirstGroup are expected to come under intense pressure tomorrow to clarify what the future holds for the beleaguered transport giant.
It has been described as a motoring odyssey to rival only the likes of America’s iconic Route 66.
It’s a game brought to the big screen thanks to CGI wizardry in the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling.
Russell Knox has told the emerging golfing talent in the north of Scotland there is no reason why they cannot follow in his footsteps.
Two people have appeared in court yesterday after police recovered £250,000 worth of cannabis in Aberdeen city centre.
Carbon capture and storage is back on track for a full-scale scheme to open in the 2030s, according to the UK Government.
Aberdeen’s warm welcome to Syrian refugees could be formally recognised later this year.
Residents on the Isle of Lewis have gone a whole month without access to any mobile phone signal, amidst ongoing works to upgrade a signal mast.
Protection from prosecution for former soldiers has been demanded by West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine MP Andrew Bowie.
Police are keen to trace a German visitor to the Scotland last seen in Aberdeen.
When Ian and Frances Fyfe were searching for the perfect pad to retire to, they didn’t want to entirely leave the city behind.
A group of young adults from the north-east have been recognised for their creativity and skills.
Russell McLean insists he will not be joining Montrose as he mulls over his future with Peterhead.