To celebrate the opening of its two show homes at Landale Court in Chapelton, Brio Retirement Living is offering one lucky Press & Journal reader the chance to win a £200 gift voucher.
We are offering one lucky person the chance to win a BeoPlay M5 wireless speaker worth over £500.
Pupils from a Moray high school saw their souped-up recipes become a reality when they visited one of the region’s most well-known factories.
Organisers of the first World Buttery Championship have selected 10 bakers to compete for the title in Aberdeen today.
The Senior Open presented by Rolex will be staged for the first time over the famous Old Course at St Andrews from July 26-29.
A group of youngsters are already plotting their first adventure after hopping aboard their brand new minibus for the first time.
Musicians from all across Scotland made their way to the north-east this weekend to take part in the Aberdeen branch of the Traditional Music and Song Association of Scotland’s annual competitions day.
And the winner of the P&J minibus competition is...
We have teamed up with Stellar Ltd in Chapel Street, Aberdeen to giveaway this fabulous Trussardi Jeans, Levanto ‘Doctor Bag’.
A competition was launched last week to find the best elf pictures from the north and north-east.
It's just eight weeks to Christmas so you would be forgiven if you have already started to write your list for Santa and started perusing the menu for your work lunch.
It has been a furious few weeks filled with Facebook likes, but the country and equestrian clothing store Country Ways now have their faces.
Thousands of readers have made their voice known - and the YL Face of Country Ways has been chosen.
A competition to find the YL Magazine Face of Country Ways 2017 has been inundated with entries.
Country Ways and The Press and Journal's YL magazine have joined forces to find the Face of Country Ways 2017.
It sounds like something from a Simpsons Halloween special.
These are the first pictures of an adorable dolphin calf exploring the waters off our coast with its mother.
A north-east community group, which won a new minibus in a Press and Journal competition, has racked up 5,500 miles on the vehicle in the last year.
Two students from Robert Gordon University are through to the finals of a negotiation competition in Norway.
The next generation of writers have shown they have what it takes to make the front page, with hundreds of entries submitted for the Junior Journalist Competition.
It’s International Women’s Day on 8th March 2017 and The Press and Journal has partnered with Malmaison Aberdeen Spa to give one lucky winner the opportunity to honour a truly special woman.
This year's Six Nations gets underway in just a matter of days.
Huge congratulations to Bill and Milly Shewan, of 4 Richmond Gardens in Rhynie, for their garden has been selected, from dozens and dozens of entries, to be our Garden of the Year overall winner.
Budding entrepreneurs in Lochaber are being invited to pitch their ideas in the "Dragons' Glen" in a bid to win £7,500 for their new venture.
Two of the north east's most popular fish and chip shops were yesterday announced as among Scotland's finest in a national competition.
A Western Isles community that bought its local estate earlier this year says winning the Press and Journal's minibus competition would make a big difference to the lives of its 44 residents.
A popular Highland piping event has been cancelled this year because it clashed with other events on the musical calendar.
What will cities look like in 2050? How will they be powered to be vibrant, healthy and clean places to live? That’s the question Shell is posing to students in S1 and S2, through The Bright Ideas Challenge, their new cross-curricular schools competition.
Traditional musicians from across Scotland are tuning up to showcase their skills at a contest in Moray later this month.
A Lochaber schoolgirl was amazed to discover she had made it through to the semi-finals of a national beauty contest because she did not even know she had entered.
An Aberdeenshire woman's loyalty finally paid off when she won £500 in a Press and Journal competition after reading the paper for almost 40 years.