A yellow weather warning is in place today for the north of Scotland.
Police have issued a dash-cam appeal after a woman was sexually assaulted in an Elgin park.
The demolition of an Aberdeen school was halted in its tracks after baby gulls were found nesting on the roof.
There may seem to be little connection between a mustachioed defender immortalised in the hearts of generations of Aberdeen supporters and a world-famous Scottish cartoon character best known for sitting on a bucket.
Forensics officers have started sifting through decades of sediment from a quarry emptied in the search for Renee MacRae.
A 23-year-old man has been charged with murder following the death of a woman in Brechin.
The moment activists scaled a 27,000 tonne rig in the Highlands to protest has been captured on film.
A new video, based on Aberdeen University research, has revealed the existence of a Pictish fort close to Dunnottar Castle.
Aberdeen beachfront was awash with pink positivity as hundreds turned out to raise money for cancer research.
Police have issued a plea for help in tracing people from across Scotland who have been missing for a long time.
Fraserburgh residents fled their homes in terror at the weekend as flames tore through a garage.
Around 150 Aberdeen airport workers walked out in various shifts today after Unite members voted to take industrial action.
An investigation has been launched after tonnes of rubbish caught fire at an Aberdeen recycling plant.
A group of divers plunged into the depths of D-Day history to explore an unusual wartime wreck.
Identical front doors, neat garden paths and a uniformed interior.
The sun was shining and the food and drink lovers were out in force for the 2019 Taste of Grampian event.
A sea of tartan swept through the north-east yesterday as thousands of people donned their kilts and took part in a fundraising march.
A woman says she has been forced to live in her sodden Aberdeen flat for weeks despite pleading with her landlord to be moved from the "unsafe" property.
The world-famous, Grammy award-winning singer Michael Buble will perform at P&J Live after extra dates were added to his sold-out UK tour.
A vintage motorcycle with only 280 miles on the clock, Victorian-era canvas maps of the north-east and even a pair of plastic feet will go under the hammer this weekend.
Two pods of pilot whales have been filmed back in open waters after being rescued at the weekend.
Screaming children watched in terror after a balaclava-clad gang torched a car on a quiet Aberdeen street.
A Highland mum led the charge against cancer at Race for Life Inverness today in memory of her husband who died from the disease.
The second ever Grampian Pride event has kicked off in Aberdeen, with thousands flocking to the streets to celebrate the region’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) community.
Hundreds of healthcare professionals from across the north-east filled the AECC yesterday to learn about new ways of helping people who suffer from dementia.
Dozens of Aberdeen students have taken to the streets to demand action on climate change.
Flooding has devastated facilities at Lossiemouth FC's Grant Park home days after volunteers completed a major refurbishment.
A van smashed into the front of an Aberdeen shop early this morning.
With more than 2,000 passengers and 800 crew, the largest vessel to enter Stornoway Harbour arrived in port yesterday morning.
Tomorrow Britain will vote in the European elections.
Climate change activists have been ejected from oil giant BP’s annual general meeting (AGM).
The Tour Series returned to the Granite City for the third time this week. It was eight action-packed hours of cycling featuring children, corporate teams and the professionals. If you weren’t able to attend, watch our 30-second timelapse video to see what you missed. Click here to read all our Tour Series coverage.