Charolais bulls achieved the highest price of the fixture at the closing day of the Stirling Bull Sales yesterday.
A north-east dad has praised “miracle worker” doctors after his son had a nine-hour surgery to remove a brain tumour.
Bear Grylls has said his new National Geographic nature documentary will remind audiences that nature is “brutal, tough and unforgiving”.
A north-east councillor who flouted the authority's planning rules to improve his own shopfront has been allowed to keep the changes he made.
Picnics and cats get more mentions on British TV programmes than climate change, analysis has found.
Concerns have been raised that a planned energy park could be built too close to the St Fergus Gas Plant.
It was one of the most controversial incidents of the 1991 World Cup: the high shoulder tackle on Irish full-back Jim Staples by Scotland flanker Finlay Calder in the group decider at Murrayfield.
They've already gained the reputation of being one of Scotland's funkiest groups.
Wester Ross residents yesterday attended a drop-in session in Lochcarron to hear more about the remedial work planned for the Stromeferry bypass - regularly hit by landslips.
Following a tough competition, The Victorian Market has selected a winner for its 2020 calendar.
More than a dozen flood warnings are in place and weather warnings have been issued as much of England and Wales face heavy rain on Saturday.
Dancing On Ice has confirmed that the 2020 contestants will first be seen on the ice in a Christmas special.
A green energy generation system met 98% of residents’ fuel needs during a trial by the Isle of Canna Community Development Trust.
Helen George, Miriam Margolyes and Jenny Agutter have reunited with their Call The Midwife co-stars to commence filming on the next series.
Fears have been raised that the SNP’s £600 million pledge to deliver superfast broadband to all Scottish homes and offices could be three years late.
A fishing vessel was taken safely to shore with the help of a local lifeboat off Shetland.
The remains of a large, 5,000-year-old city have been discovered in Israel, shedding new light on experts’ understanding of the period, researchers say.
The UK economy faces several years of “anaemic” activity unless action is taken to end political uncertainty and boost industry, a business group is warning.
Three butchers from the north and north-east have been crowned cream of the crop in the inaugural Scottish Butchers Wars.
Major disruption on the A9 is expected as major maintenance works are carried out on the Findhorn Bridge.
Four weeks of roadworks are to begin next week at the A9 near Aviemore.
Dumfries pedigree cattle and sheep breeder Jim Goldie has been presented with one of the livestock industry’s most prestigious awards.
On July 26 1969, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins formed the three-man Nasa mission which set off to land on the surface of the moon.
A Moray renewable energy expert will meet a UK Government minister to discuss policy changes that could have a huge impact on the industry.
A mountaineer gearing up to take charge of the UK’s most southerly post office in the wilds of the Antarctic has said it is a privilege.
Concentrated land ownership is causing “significant and long-term damage” to communities in some parts of Scotland, according to a new report by the Scottish Land Commission (SLC).
A group of "mindless" joy riders tore up a north-east golf course at the weekend, leaving one green badly damaged.
Public consultations have begun on the £17m project at Melness in Sutherland with a planning application expected to be lodged next year.
A feel-good parade celebrating the tireless work of the north-east's third sector has been hailed a success.
A lorry driver has gone on trial accused of causing the death of an Aberdeen great-grandmother by driving carelessly.
Viewers said the BBC had “cracked it” as Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff and Paddy McGuinness took the wheel on Top Gear.
A Labradoodle from Inverness is looking forward to leading his owner Kirsteen Wood around the Walk for Parkinson's at Brodie Castle.