Food and drink enthusiasts turned out in droves this weekend for Elgin’s ninth annual celebration of local produce.
World Gin Day is happening tomorrow (Saturday 8 June) and it is a global celebration of all things gin. The premise is simple - gin lovers from all around the world get together with friends and family to enjoy their favourite tipple. What’s not to love!
Innovative and growing food and drink businesses from across the north-east had their achievements recognised at the region’s prestigious annual food and drink awards last night.
A north-east man has been fined after throwing a beer can at his then-girlfriend's head as she was getting onto her motorbike.
Six food processing firms from the north and north-east have landed a funding boost to improve their facilities.
They’ve been having a whale of a time in Fortrose recently.
Intoxicated man who climbed 200ft TV mast and sparked 12 hour stand-off with police gets jail sentence
A 24-year-old man who got high on drink and drugs before scaling a 200ft TV mast sparked a 12 and a half hour stand-off with police.
The north-east food and drink sector is bracing itself for a hit in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Crunch talks to tackle anti-social behaviour on Inverness High Street were held yesterday in a bid to stop drunks and drug addicts from “killing off tourism and trade” in the city centre.
A man has been charged after being caught behind wheel while allegedly four times the drink-drive limit.
A man who drove with over three times the limit of alcohol in his blood was fined £630 and banned from driving for 16 months at Lerwick Sheriff Court yesterday.
Police in the Highlands and Islands are warning people not to drink and drive after a 31 motorists were caught over the limit in January.
A total of 10 people have been charged with alleged drink driving offences over the weekend across the north-east following continued police patrols.
I had just come back from a holiday in Australia visiting my student daughter who is now a vegan.
Teenager admits drink-driving charge three years after surviving a horror bike crash that killed her boyfriend
A teenager has admitted drink driving three years after surviving a horrific bike crash which claimed the life of her boyfriend.
A beloved Aberdeenshire inn on the banks of the River Dee has opened its doors once again after sitting empty for almost three years.
This week all roads will lead to Inverurie as the fabulous one day festival, Taste of Grampian, takes place at the Thainstone Centre.
Make the most of the new season of fresh, flavoursome asparagus with these easy to make but impressive recipes from Michelin star chef Nick Nairn
Nick Nairn is a champion of Scottish produce, and using quality ingredients has always been close to his heart.
It has all the industrial trappings of a busy cattle market and agricultural centre in the heart of Aberdeenshire, but there is also a delightful pasture within it where people can graze to their heart's content.
Aberdeen City Council will be asked to look at allowing people to booze on the streets.
Why not take the cocoa challenge and double your pleasure with a wine or spirit to pair with a little something from your favourite chocolatier?
Nearly 5,000 people have helped to raise £16,000 for good causes - simply by having a drink at an Aberdeenshire beer festival.
Celebrity chefs and bakers rubbed shoulders with craft brewers and fishermen as the north-east's most celebrated food and drink festival enjoyed a "record breaking" year.
An Aberdeenshire craft beer celebration has added a 72-mile cycling feat to its line-up of events.
The lights were last night back on at a popular 17th-century Aberdeenshire inn closed for around two years.
Defra has appointed a new agriculture and food counsellor in China to help boost food and drink exports to the country.
Ingredients All the turkey juices splash white wine 250ml chicken stock (depending on how much juice you get from the turkey) 1-2 tsp gravy granules
Nick Nairn shows us how to make orange Drambuie pancakes.
A gathering of ale enthusiasts on Deeside proved so popular in its inaugural year that it will be returning sooner than expected in 2015.
Fill your sails and get ready for the 2014 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Traditional Boat Festival. Thousands of visitors are expected to attend the 21st annual festival which will take place at Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, next weekend, from 27 to 29 June.
A Moray man has appeared at Elgin Sheriff Court in connection with a drunken attack on a shopkeeper.