A woman has died and five people left seriously injured in hospital following a crash on the A90 Aberdeen to Peterhead road this afternoon.
A tribunal heard yesterday that an "unholy row" at a meeting with her NHS Grampian colleagues was one of the main reasons for a former hospital nurse resigning from her post.
The winner of one of Scotland's largest art prizes has been named by a Dufftown distillery.
A murder trial jury has been told that a schoolboy stabbed in the heart may not have survived even if he had been attacked right outside an operating theatre.
Five SNP MPs had their Commons credit cards blocked after running up expenses debts.
A woman who claims she has no memory of battering her husband to death has failed in a bid to have her prison sentence cut.
A 10-year-old boy has been caught with a knife at a primary school in the north-east.
A former Moray Council youth worker who was asked to babysit children left the youngsters traumatised after subjecting them to a campaign of abuse.
A kitchen worker who assaulted a rival with a frying pan has been ordered to pay his victim £750 in compensation.
A young gamekeeper survived a dramatic night camped in freezing conditions in the remote southern Cairngorms after getting lost in a blizzard.
Bailey Gwynne: Search for ‘difference between homicide and murder’ made from accused’s laptop, court told
Google searches for the difference between a homicide and a murder were made from the laptop of the teenager accused of Bailey Gwynne, a court has heard.
Scots tennis ace Andy Murray has added five more companies to his investment portfolio using the crowdfunding platform he joined in an advisory role last year.
The chief executive of the Scotch Whisky Association has insisted the industry would "survive" a British exit from the EU - but warned business would be harder outside the single market.
Sales at Moray food group Baxters enjoyed a £75million boost in the year due to its acquisition of an American maker of military food rations.
A woman who battered her husband to death has launched a bid to get her jail sentence cut.
A man who was caught carrying a knife in a handbag while dressed as a woman has been ordered to behave.
An administrator has been ordered to look into the assets of a north-east farmer who committed a £650,000 tax fraud to try and find the funds still due to the Crown.
Whisky is set to take a sip of high fashion with the launch of a new range of designer sunglasses made from casks.
Aberdeen has become the first professional football team in Scotland to launch a fan group for its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender supporters.
The first Syrian refugee families to be offered asylum in the north-east are expected to arrive today.
A north-east man who set up fake social media profiles to groom a young girl has been jailed.
A huge flash of bright light that illuminated the skies over the north of Scotland on Monday night was probably an “exploding meteor”.
Perhaps the clearest dashcam footage yet of the meteor coming down over Scotland has emerged on social media.