Moray MP Douglas Ross has secured a meeting between a Forres-based energy firm and UK Government ministers.
Bear Grylls said he shares his honour with Scout volunteers around the country as he is made an OBE.
Zoe Wanamaker has said the National Theatre’s decision to split with oil company Shell over concerns about its environmental impact is a “statement about what is going on in the world”.
Plans to introduce a priority single lane drop-off point outside a north-east school are being assessed with a public consultation.
Political journalist and broadcaster John Sergeant will headline the 16th Nairn Book and Arts Festival (NBAF).
North-east councillor ‘physically sick’ at ‘categorically untrue’ allegations of inappropriate behaviour
A north-east councillor claims he has been made the victim of "seriously vicious rumours" after "categorically untrue" allegations about inappropriate behaviour emerged.
The yellow submarine dubbed Boaty McBoatface has returned from its first expedition with data which links increasing Antarctic winds to rising sea temperatures.
People in the north and north-east have soaked up the sunny spells in recent days, but the heatwave might not last much longer.
The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland has revealed that the first polar bear to be born in the UK for 25 years is a boy.
Motorists are being warned to expect delays ahead of five nights of roadworks on a major north route.
David Tennant has predicted that an apocalypse like the one depicted in his new series Good Omens could be “seconds away”.
KT Tunstall has said her new Christmas charity single is a message to politicians that there are “consequences if you don’t tell the truth”.
Years & Years singer Olly Alexander gyrated with a male dancer as he ripped off his trousers during an energetic performance at Glastonbury.
A 17-year-old Alness air cadet is reaching new heights after being shortlisted in an international space competition.
Google’s top boss has said the tech giant is planning to invest 3 billion euros (£2.6 billion) to expand its data centres across Europe in the next two years.
The Duke of Sussex will visit a health centre in Malawi to learn about the challenges it faces serving the local community.
Scotland's newest polar bear cub has enjoyed a swim in a large outdoor pool for the first time.
Turkey’s military said it captured a key Syrian border town under heavy bombardment Saturday in its most significant gain, as its offensive against Kurdish fighters pressed into its fourth day with little sign of relenting despite mounting international criticism.
Buckie Thistle’s impressive start to the season continued on Saturday as they convincingly beat Lowland League side Civil Service Strollers 4-1 to secure a place in the second round of the Scottish Cup.
A community group is fighting plans to build a sheltered housing complex next to a noisy sawmill in a Highlands town.
Garage sales do not normally attract the attention of music experts and fans from around the world, but when the garage in question belongs to 80s hit band Tears for Fears, it is an entirely different matter.
This year's TechFest is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with a series of space-themed events.
There was an air of new beginnings at Offshore Europe yesterday as thousands of industry experts from around the world descended on the new P&J Live venue in Aberdeen.
Two of this year’s Nobel laureates have held a video call with two members of the International Space Station’s crew.
Scientists have revealed they may have accidentally colonised the Moon with scores of “virtually indestructible” micro-monsters.
Two Moray locals scooped national accolades at the Tennis Scotland Awards 2018.
A new UN report is set to warn that climate change is having a significant impact on the oceans, with millions in coastal communities facing flooding and sea level rise.
A Deeside teenager has died in hospital two days after a crash in Perthshire.
During the Cold War that once appeared to threaten the world with destruction, a windswept radar station played a key role in keeping the UK safe.
Charolais bulls sold to a top of 13,000gn at the closing day of the Stirling Bull Sales.
Convoys will be operating on the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road in Moray at the weekend to allow resurfacing works to be done.
Nearly 40 youngsters from the Highlands and Islands and the north east of Scotland have returned home after spending two weeks in America with 45,000 other scouts.