Professional cycling’s Tour of Britain is set to make its north-east debut next year after plans to bring the showpiece event to the region were given the final seal of approval.
Like most younger siblings, Lyla Lovett is no stranger to receiving hand-me-downs.
Hidden up in the rugged and rural north, the Braemar Mountain Rescue Team are as much a part of the landscape as the rocky crags they protect. Philippa Gerrard was allowed through the snow gates for a closer look at life on the hill
Residents of Claggan village welcomed an unexpected visitor yesterday as a lone deer strutted through their Fort William housing estate.
The sale of a historic primary school, which was repeatedly threatened with demolition, has been hailed as a “proud day” for an Aberdeen community.
A £250,000 dinosaur attraction at a Highland adventure park will attract thousands of extra visitors and could lead to an upgrade of jobs, bosses said yesterday.
The first peedie bairn to be born in Orkney's new hospital is to be named after the facility - Balfour.
Hundreds of people have already joined the hunt for dozens of Oor Wullie statues dotted around the north-east as part of a nationwide art trail.
Oor Wullie’s Big Bucket Trail gets under way as young and old sneak first peeks in Aberdeen and Inverness
Statues of Scotland's favourite schoolboy were deposited on the streets of Aberdeen and Inverness in stealthy overnight operations at the weekend, ahead of the official launch of a new nationwide trail today.
An adventurer, who is currently undertaking the equivalent of 100 marathons, will visit Caithness this weekend as she navigates her way from the most northern tip in Shetland - and she is doing it while running barefoot.
Many of the veterans and their families regard it as the Forgotten War - the conflict in Japan between 1941 and 1945 which led to the deaths of hundreds of troops.
Tory leadership race: Mark Harper, Andrea Leadsom and Esther McVey out after first ballot results announced
The result of the first ballot for the Conservative leadership has been announced. Seven candidates are proceeding to the second round of voting for the Tory leadership after Mark Harper, Esther McVey and Andrea Leadsom were eliminated. Read more here: Tory leadership contest Live: Boris tops vote as three candidates eliminated
The organiser of the "best fest in the west" has confirmed this will be its final year.
A former special police constable who embezzled from Scotland's newly-crowned baker of the year has narrowly avoided a prison sentence.
Rod Stewart will take to the stage at the AECC tonight - and will be the last act that ever will.
Holidaymakers have been clamouring to join a tiny Highland Catholic congregation at their home on the west coast.
EXCLUSIVE: Scottish Government launches investigation into former Aberdeen University principal’s pay-off
A Scottish Government body has launched an investigation into a £282,000 payment to the former principal of Aberdeen University.
Police have issued a plea for help in tracing people from across Scotland who have been missing for a long time.
Splashing through puddles as sideways-falling rain crept slowly into my hood, it’s fair to say it took me a while to fall in love with the West Highland Way.
More than 1,000 people have been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
The sound of the pipes echoed out across the sands of Nairn beach yesterday as the community gathered to pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice on D-Day.
On this day 75 years ago, the Gordon Highlanders landed on the beaches of Normandy, faced with the most gruelling military campaign of their lives.
‘I remember looking down and seeing the body, and I knew I was in France’: North-east veteran remembers D-Day
On June 6, 1944, the Allies launched the D-Day offensive against the Germans. Veteran Jim Glennie, who was shot and captured in the invasion, shares his memories with Stephen Walsh 75 years on.
Effie the lamb thinks she’s a dog – and she is inseparable from her two best canine friends.
A chart-topping Royal wedding composer has opened his heart for the first time about his struggle with mental health and alcohol problems.
Her life is being played out on the small screen in a much-heralded BBC drama.
As the nation prepares to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, Neil Drysdale learns how Aberdeen Royal Infirmary prepared for an influx of casualties
A sea of tartan swept through the north-east yesterday as thousands of people donned their kilts and took part in a fundraising march.
Thousands are expected to descend on Thainstone today to enjoy all the delights on offer at this year’s Taste of Grampian. Can’t make it? Follow all the action in our live blog below.
A former resident of Nazareth House in Aberdeen has spoken exclusively to the Press and Journal about the “wicked” nuns and “hellish” life she endured at their hands.
The tragic Nancy Glen fishing boat sank because a new crane on deck made it so unstable it couldn't cope with its net filling with mud as it turned, a report has found.