A new book has revealed the strong north-east connection between a leading Scottish family and the late Diana, Princess of Wales.
ScotRail customers are experiencing another day of delays as signal faults at Aberdeen cause disruption for the rest of the line.
Window cleaner Peter McKay has put up with a lot of strange looks over the past year after deciding to wear a kilt every day as a way of raising money for a disabled friend.
Bookworms are raking up substantial fines due to either losing or damaging novels or keeping them out too long.
Foo’s yer doos or fit like... if you’re sat there in bafflement then you clearly dinna ken yer Doric.
Controversial proposals to scrap free short-stay parking across Aberdeenshire have taken a major step forward despite widespread opposition from businesses.
Campaigners have re-issued calls for safety measures to be put in place near Tain at two junctions of the A9 notorious for accidents, after feeling their previous pleas have fallen on deaf ears.
He was one of Scotland’s most renowned historians and art lovers.
A good Samaritan has helped raise more than £1,000 to help an Aberdeen pensioner after he and his chihuahua, Doddie, were mauled by an "out of control" dog.
Skye has made it back onto one of the world’s most prestigious travel lists - despite being cited as “a place to avoid” by the same group in 2018.
He is known for a daredevil attitude and risk-taking many wouldn’t dare dream of.
Spectacular underwater photographs have revealed the remains of a mysterious German battleship off the Caithness coast.
The number of incidents involving police vehicles crashing while pursuing suspects has more than tripled over a four-year period.
Coastal erosion could spell the end for a popular Moray beach – and the village that shelters behind it
Stark warnings have been issued about the potential loss of an entire Moray village to coastal erosion.
Revellers gathered in Burghead to celebrate the ancient fire ritual that involves carrying a collection of split casks set alight through the Moray village.
A Peterhead man has secured a legion of online followers after putting a decades-old Mars Bar up for sale.
It was a chance encounter in the dying days of the Second World War that led to the capture of one of the highest-ranking and most infamous members of the Nazi regime.
There have been more poaching and hare coursing offences in the north of Scotland than anywhere else in the country, new figures have revealed.
In cyberspace, everybody can hear you scream.
High winds are expected today, with huge waves predicted for some coastal areas.
The number of new library memberships issued in the north-east, Highlands and Islands is reducing, leading to a call for more people to support the beloved community service.
It may have taken an "eternity" but staff at Aberdeen Central Library are nevertheless thankful that a forty-year-overdue book has been returned to them.
It’s often thought that incarcerated criminals spend their time daydreaming about life without bars.
Red-faced tourism bosses had to delete a photograph posted online to promote Glencoe – because it featured the former home of shamed celebrity Jimmy Savile.
Residents living in Macduff helped make sure youngsters living in Africa away had some festive cheer over Christmas.
In a centuries-old tradition, Kirkwall was transformed into a full-size sports field as residents came out in full force yesterday for the 2019 Kirkwall Ba'.
Those of us who attended the WW1 show "Far, Far from Ypres" at His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen in August could scarcely have imagined we had a real-life hero in our midst.
Because news is very much about the here and now, it’s not often that a press release prompts much in the way of thinking about the longer-run significance of whatever’s being publicised.
There has never been a time when Kirsty Deans wasn’t in love with sport, from the days when she dragged her father, Kenny and sister, Lindsay, out for games at their Kingussie home.
For many, there is no greater symbol of the power of the Christmas spirit than the First World War truce.
Most of us take the sound of carols for granted at this time of year.
Prisoners at jails in Peterhead and Inverness will be tucking into multiple festive meals during the next few days.