Nearly 150 homes have been affected by power cuts today after a fallen tree destroyed a powerline.
Colin Robertson has many fond memories of the late rugby player and coach, Dave Brown, who succumbed to cancer just before Christmas.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning with a likely chance of flooding across parts of Grampian.
A report on NHS Grampian's performance will be discussed today, taking in A&E waiting times and discharge rates.
A children’s charity has announced the appointment of its new chief executive.
Scotland faces a health and social care funding shortfall of almost £2 billion over the next few years unless services are reformed, the public spending watchdog has warned.
Leading health experts and charity bosses have called for action to tackle the "worrying" trend of unhealthy habits that could lead to life-threatening illnesses in the north of Scotland.
Police are warning commuters to plan their journeys ahead after the inclement weather left a north-east road "impassable".
Heavy rain is to hit parts of the north of Scotland this weekend.
Three men have been charged in connection with a number of alleged thefts in the north-east over the last three months.
Moray MP Douglas Ross is to host a live Facebook discussion next week with road safety experts on his proposal for a Scottish Graduated Driving licence.
One area to be praised by inspectors was the prison's family centre services - but yesterday it was revealed these have since been slashed due to funding cuts.
Mountain rescuers are warning walkers to consider the conditions before heading out in the hills this weekend.
Four men have been charged for allegedly racing at speeds of up to 128mph on a popular tourist trail.
Hundreds of “alarming” human trafficking crimes have been reported across Scotland in the last five years, new figures show.
Cancer patient waits 234 days for treatment as NHS waiting targets missed in north and north-east Scotland
Cancer waiting targets are being missed in north and north-east, according to new figures showing one Western Isles patient had to wait 234 days for treatment.
‘Treasure trove’ Grampian needs to highlight culture, scenery and food, says tourism chief executive
Tourism chiefs have dismissed claims the north-east needs an “iconic visitor attraction” to put the region on the map.
One of Scotland’s longest-serving councillors, who was made an MBE for services to his community, has died at the age of 84.
Revealed: Paramedics unable to attend emergencies at more than 300 north and north-east homes without police protection
Paramedics have required police protection to deal with emergencies at more than 300 properties across the north and north-east of Scotland.
Scores of Australian nurses could travel across the globe to work in north-east hospitals after local health chiefs won their battle to relax restrictions on foreign staff.
Thousands of skiers took to the slopes at the weekend as the coldest snap of the year brought a flurry of snow to resorts across Scotland.
Police have been forced to pay out almost £54,000 in repair bills over the past three years after their vehicles were vandalised.
The Met Office have issued a yellow warning for ice across the north and north-east.
A yellow 'be aware' weather warning has been issued by the Met Office, with snow and ice forecasted for the north and north-east today.
The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for snow and ice across the north and north-east.
More than 20% of cancer patients in NHS Grampian and NHS Highland are waiting longer than the Scottish Government’s 62-day target for treatment.
Unite the union has today raised serious health and safety concerns after being told of working dangerously long hours at the North Division of the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS).
A fleet of vintage vehicles made their way to the Grampian Transport Museum yesterday for some family fun.
Pipe bands from across Grampian will travel to Paisley next weekend to take part in a competition to find the best musician in the country.
Fears have been raised that the new boss of Tayside’s beleaguered health board is juggling too many senior roles.
When Jim Lyon went to the dentist with toothache, he could never have expected the news that followed.
NHS Grampian has been forced to apologise to a family of a man who was left paralysed after care he received was found to be “unacceptable”.