More than one-quarter of all the dog owners caught behaving cruelly to their pets live in the north-east.
The Scottish Government will invest £35 million in Moray's nurseries over the next four years, as the local authority makes massive improvements to early years education.
The future of a derelict but A-listed building, designed by Aberdeen’s most famous architect, has been questioned with a local councillor comparing it to a "rotten tooth".
A wildlife cameraman whose skills behind the lens have been called the most special in the world by Sir David Attenborough will visit Aberdeen to inspire audiences with tales of filming the world’s most awe-inspiring animals.
Historic monuments in Aberdeen should be “freshened up” to attract more tourists to the city centre, the council has been told.
Environmentalists have called for stronger action to combat climate change and protect the unique habitats and species that Scotland is home to.
Pressure is mounting on ministers to stop "shilly-shallying" over a notorious stretch of Highland road and give a start date for work.
A north-east organisation which helps youngsters by teaching them circus skills has hailed 2018 a success.
It started as a local environmental centre offering wildlife tours to Skye visitors.
Almost half of the bars claiming to back a pioneering safety campaign are failing to protect their customers from unwanted advances, a Press and Journal investigation has revealed.
Two Highland MSPs have spoken of their gratitude for the public’s support since opening their doors to food bank donations.
Two teams of philanthropic youngsters have helped boost the future of women at a north-east recovery centre.
Conservation experts have called for greater support for Scotland’s farmers in the face of the challenges presented by climate change.
An Aberdeen coffee firm boss has said he is stockpiling European equipment- fearing a ‘no deal’ Brexit could hamper supplies.