Aberdeen North is now the only yellow spot on the electoral map in north-east Scotland after Kirsty Blackman held on with a reduced majority.
General Election 2015
No criminal charges will be launched against Tory MPs investigated over an election spending scandal, the Crown Prosecution Service has announced.
A former Westminster-hopeful who got behind the wheel while over the drink-drive limit has been banned from the roads for three years.
Renewed calls for northern isles MP Alistair Carmichael to stand down were made during an hour-long protest at Lerwick's Market Cross on Saturday.
The large stone slab emblazoned with key Labour pledges that went on to symbolise the party’s election failure before disappearing from public view has been discovered at a warehouse in London.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned David Cameron that Scotland "expects" extra powers to be delivered in the wake of the SNP election landslide.
Triumphant SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon yesterday warned David Cameron that "everything has changed" as she prepared for showdown talks with the prime minister.
Moray MP Angus Robertson was last night poised to be given the task of leading the powerful new army of SNP MPs as they prepare to shake-up Westminster.
David Cameron was accused of failing to treat the North Sea as a priority last night after appointing a 16th energy minister in 18 years.
Aberdeen's SNP Group has appointed councillor Jackie Dunbar as its new group leader.
Nicola Sturgeon has claimed that the SNP is now the main opposition to the Conservatives at Westminster while Labour embarks on a rebuilding process.
Alex Salmond has called on Prime Minister David Cameron to abolish the Scotland Office in recognition of the new political landscape north of the border.
Danny Alexander has refused to be drawn on his future after becoming one of the highest profile casualties of the general election.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has paid tribute to the "liberal giants" of north politics following the party's disastrous General Election result.
These are the faces of the 56 SNP MPs who will head to Westminster following the party's landslide victory.
Election defeat for Energy Secretary Ed Davey means there is to be yet another whirl of the revolving-door at the ministry looking after oil and gas affairs.
David Cameron has pledged to create a “brighter future for everyone” as he hailed a stunning Tory poll performance.
Labour has suffered its worst ever general election result in Scotland after winning just one seat north of the border.
It's been a long night for all the politicians and parties across the country.
Few British politicians have generated quite as much controversy over so many years as George Galloway.
As incumbent MPs fell across the country, the SNP's Eilidh Whiteford comfortably defended her Banff and Buchan seat, held by the nationalists for more than a generation.
With one of the most powerful figures in UK politics ousted in Inverness, Calum Ross charts the unlikely rise and fall of Danny Alexander.
David Cameron was today preparing for a second term as prime minister after Labour's meltdown in Scotland left the Conservatives on the brink of a majority.
The SNP has obliterated Labour in its former Scottish heartland in a landslide victory which will herald a new era in politics north and south of the border.
The SNP surge spread to the rural heartland of the Liberal Democrats with West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine candidate Sir Robert Smith dramatically losing his seat after 18 years.
As the political career of the longest-serving MP in the north comes to an end, Calum Ross reflects on the highs and lows of Charles Kennedy’s time at Westminster.
The SNP's leader in the Commons Angus Robertson held on to his Moray seat - dominating almost half of the vote in the biggest victory in the region's history.
Labour's stranglehold on Westminster seats in Aberdeen has been broken by the SNP in a historic shift in power in the north-east.
As Alex Salmond secures his return to front-line politics, Calum Ross looks at what the next chapter may hold for the former first minister, his party and the country.
As Alex Salmond eagerly awaits the results of the Gordon election count he has talked about the SNP's "energising" campaign which he believes has changed the nation forever.
An incumbent north Liberal Democrat MP has admitted he and his Highland colleagues "look like we are all ex-MPs now".