With the Northern Lights visible to see tonight, here is our amateurs guide to photographing the famous aurora borealis.
For 16 years, the Wick branch of Wetherspoons has lauded the achievements of a son of the parish who became a renowned 19th century inventor.
A host of Scottish words from ‘bosie’ to ‘bauchle’ are in new edition of the Oxford English Dictionary
Have you ever called anyone a roaster, a tube, a bam or a bauchle?
Aberdeen FC have lost a legal battle with a sherry producer over the name of its official Scotch whisky.
Sealed in a high security bank vault during the Second World War, the regimental treasures of the Gordon Highlanders were thought to be safe.
Police have apologised for breaking down the front door of an Aberdeen teacher’s family home then handcuffing him in front of his children in a case of mistaken identity.
With their short legs and squat bodies, badgers are well known for digging and burrowing.
A Second World War evacuee has been busy setting up the north-east’s newest museum.
A north-east woman has revealed she is thankful every day for the stranger who saved her life by donating a kidney.
An eerie silence fell over Hoy in Orkney yesterday and flags at lifeboat stations around the country were lowered to half-mast as eight crew members of the tragic Longhope Lifeboat disaster were commemorated after half a century.
Going Dark in the Black Isle: Neil Lancaster talks about his new book and tracking down Levi Bellfield
Neil Lancaster chased murderers, human traffickers, fraudsters and drug dealers during more than 30 years in the Metropolitan Police and the military.
WATCH: Celebrities send special message to north-east youngsters for raising thousands for Red Nose Day
A north-east school has been praised by a renowned film-maker and award-winning actress after raising more than £65,000 for charity.
Poignant commemorations are to take place in Orkney to mark the 50th anniversary.
A former RAF officer leading Shetland’s bid to host the UK’s first satellite-launching base has revealed why he is convinced his team is “winning” the space race.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his Spring Statement to MPs.
Plans to build a spaceport in Sutherland could help create “significantly more” than 400 jobs - and the sector could become as important to the economy as renewable energy.
A north-east curio collector unexpectedly unearthed a 100-year-old piece of local history – featuring one of the country’s most iconic politicians before they rose to prominence.
Lifesaving equipment has been installed in Speyside to increase safety on Scotland’s fastest flowing river.
Video: P&J reporter Philippa Gerrard found out what’s being done to bring gender balance to our roads
Arriving at the King Street bus depot, the place is impressive.
The fifth Skye Live festival is to be headlined by The Waterboys who will return to the Misty Isle for the first time in nearly 30 years.
A Kinlochleven-based woman has performed in public for the first time after undergoing gender reassignment surgery - and believing she would have to give up performing forever.
An Inverness family has begged the Home Office to "let our girl come home" after officials refused to grant their daughter a visa and "dragged their heels" over requests to review the decision.
The number of sex offenders living in the north and north-east has soared by more than one-fifth in just three years.
A prize minibus which was sought after by communities across the north and north-east will soon make its way across the Pentland Firth after being won by an Orkney sports group.
Giving a child a light smack in the “heat of the moment” would not result in a prosecution under Scotland’s smacking ban, it was claimed yesterday.
Stewart Milne eyed up site at Countesswells for more than three decades before his dream became a reality
For more than 30 years one of Aberdeen’s top businessmen had high hopes to convert old farmland to the west of the city into a development which would serve as a community for almost 10,000 people.
A stunning new vision for the transformation of a city market has been revealed.
David Robertson admits that if he had done any research before taking up the manager’s role at Indian football club, Real Kashmir, he might never have stepped on the plane to the subcontinent.
For more than a decade they were a dramatic sight in the skies over the north of Scotland.
He was a man with one of the most unusual roles in Scotland and whose work quite literally cried out for recognition.
It's five years to the day that flames tore through Jimmy Chung's restaurant on Aberdeen's beach esplanade.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) has finally opened to motorists after decades upon decades of political - and literal - gridlock in the north-east.