A man has died after falling from an Aberdeen bridge.
A renowned artist has returned to the north-east coastal village which inspired some of his early works.
A Moray landmark has been put up for sale after the cash-strapped council could no longer afford to keep up with repairs.
An Aberdeen MSP has accused council chiefs of a "bizarre bitmac obsession" and urged a heritage body to examine the city's streets after a high-profile controversy.
A historic Moray landmark will be mothballed by the local authority after attempts to secure its future failed.
Moray residents are being encouraged to uncover the history behind some of the area's oldest and most interesting buildings.
There is lots going on in the north and north-east this week. Here's our top picks.
One of the north's most famous landmarks has attracted a record breaking number of visitors.
Community leaders in Inverness have reacted with dismay after a developer abandoned plans to restore the heart of a fire-ravaged city landmark.
Ancient carvings which lay buried in the ruins of Elgin Cathedral for centuries are to go on show for the first time in 20 years.
Plans to build a golf course designed by the legendary Jack Nicklaus could be bunkered by a string of objections from government agencies.
Plans to safeguard one of Moray's oldest monuments from collapse and transform it into a tourist attraction have been approved by the local authority.
Plans to transform a crumbling 13th-century Moray abbey into a visitor centre have been revealed.
A north-east man who helped cement Scotland's status as global innovators in shipbuilding is to be commemorated with a memorial in his home town.
More than 20 centuries of history were brought to life in a special event at Fort George at the weekend.
The varied landscape belonging to Aberdeenshire’s north-east coast is being showcased in a new exhibition at Duff House, Banff. Bright Coast sees a collection of newly created artworks by Banffshire-based artist Bryan Angus on display for the first time.
There is a lack of understanding among the general public, property owners and construction professionals in the importance of building conservation, and this is potentially putting Scotland’s built heritage at risk.
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A £2.5million project to transform a historic Moray estate into a modern mecca for learning has been announced.
Aberdeenshire is once again proving it is king of the castles with the revamped Scotland’s Castle Trail brochure, which also now highlights nearby attractions to visitors.
Pressure is mounting on Aberdeen tycoon Ian Suttie over the future of his Grade A-listed Broadford Works site in the city, which is being devastated by deliberate fires and vandalism.
The team behind one of Banffshire's most famous tourist attractions is preparing to launch a series of tours in the hope of turning around disappointing visitor numbers.
A north-east port has landed a £1.2million grant to help boost its ailing town centre.
Moves to protect a sacred site which has cultural significance to the travelling community will take a step forward next week.
There's an old adage relating to property which suggests only three things matter: Location, location, location. The same thinking could be applied to hotels, in which case, the Macdonald Rusacks Hotel in St Andrews takes top billing. There are several Scottish landmarks in front of it, every one of them familiar, especially if you are a history, golf or movie fan.
A north-east councillor has branded Historic Scotland chiefs "a bunch of toffs" who have failed miserably in their management of a historic visitor attraction.
It is not every day that you get to enjoy a unique experience, but a new exhibition at Duff House is offering visitors just that.
A landowner has broken her silence to insist that a site sacred to the travelling community is properly preserved.
Work to restore an historic lighthouse on the banks of Loch Ness has been completed - just in time for its 200th birthday.
Campaigners have expressed disappointment at the official response to pleas to save a site sacred to the travelling community.
Aberdeenshire Council has set aside £500,000 to jump-start a conservation-led regeneration scheme in a north-east town.
A historic Aberdeenshire industrial building is in line for a new lease on life as a sheltered housing complex.