While Extinction Rebellion campaigners gathered outside Shell, their famed Red Rebel Brigade took a different approach to the demonstration.
Police have released CCTV footage of missing Aberdeen woman Yvonne Cumming.
Storm Brendan lashed the coastlines around the north yesterday as waves swamped roads and crippled transport links.
Drivers have faced horrendous conditions across the north and north-east today as Storm Brendan battered the region.
A man who brutally murdered an innocent dad after a five-day drugs binge has been locked up for at least 19 years.
Fierce flames reached high into the night sky as a Moray community celebrated the dawn of the ancient New Year with a centuries-old tradition.
Schools closed and warning over coastal flooding as Storm Brendan heads for the north and north-east
Schools in the Western Isles are all closed today with gales of up to 100mph poised to batter parts of the north and north-east well into Wednesday.
Youngsters from two far north pre-school groups are starring in a video to pay tribute to the community campaign which helped save their units from the chop.
Aberdeenshire cricketer battling serious illness says it would ‘mean the world’ to be reunited with his baby son
A South African cricketer, who has been battling serious illness in Aberdeen for the last six months, has revealed it would mean “the world to him” to be reunited with his baby son.
A hotelier has thanked firefighters for saving the building after tackling a blaze that destroyed a row of holiday lodges.
After being named one of the most dangerous industries to work in again last year, Kaitlin Easton finds out what life at sea is really like
A joint investigation has been launched following a building blaze in Ballater.
Deeside’s Robbie Simpson tuned up for his victory in yesterday’s Lumphanan Detox 10km by going for a two-hour run in the hills around Balmoral and Loch Muick on New Year’s Day.
Hundreds of people braved the icy waters of the North Sea to raise money for local communities.
Organisers of the Highland capital’s biggest Hogmanay bash have praised the “exemplary” crowd for making it a night to remember.
St Machar’s Cathedral is cloaked in darkness, with only the faint glow from a lantern at the gateway.
Almost £10,000 has been raised towards ambitious plans to create a new haven for mountain biking enthusiasts in the heart of an Aberdeenshire forest.
The wail of a siren pierces the still winter air before the thundering sound of a heavy-booted crew sprinting builds to a crescendo.
They'll be flying high later this week, but thousands of Banff residents got a glimpse of Santa Claus and his reindeer during a special festive weekend.
The scent of pine needles and twinkling fairy lights never fails to warm the heart, even for the Scrooges among us.
Take some extra time to get where you are going and get there in one piece”: Police issue advice as ice warning for north extended
An ice warning for parts of north of Scotland has been extended.
Angry traders have staged a public protest in advance of the transformation of the Victorian Market in Inverness.
In just a couple of hours, Katarina Johnson-Thompson will find out if she will be named the BBC Sports Personality of the year.
Nominee Dina Asher-Smith said it would "mean alot" to win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award - but she is humbled just to be nominated.
World Cup-winning cricketer Ben Stokes made a heartfelt visit to the hospital bed of the former Aberdeenshire professional Solo Nqweni.
Thousands of people gathered in Inverness at the weekend as the city’s Winter Wonderland festival made a triumphant return.
VIDEO: Doddie Weir ‘humbled’ by Helen Rollason accolade at BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards
Scotland rugby union legend Doddie Weir will be honoured at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards tonight.
Boris Johnson celebrates election landslide by telling anti-Brexit protesters to ‘put a sock in the megaphone’
Boris Johnson has celebrated winning the biggest Conservative majority since the 1980s by calling on anti-Brexit protesters to "put a sock in the megaphone".
The SNP have retaken Aberdeen South - two years after the Conservative wave painted the north-east blue.
General Election 2019: ‘I thought I was a goner’ says Douglas Ross after exit poll predicted SNP win for Moray seat
The Conservatives defied expectations and exit polls to hold Moray – only their second win in the seat since 1983.
The SNP has taken Aberdeen South from the Conservatives. Stephen Flynn received 20,380 votes while his Aberdeen City Council colleagues Douglas Lumsden (conservative) and Ian Yuill (Liberal Democrat), received 16,398 and 5,018 votes respectively. Meanwhile Labour’s Shona Simpson received 3,834 votes.
The Conservatives are celebrating their first victory of the night in Scotland by holding onto the Moray seat. Douglas Ross was returned as the MP with 22,112 votes. Here is the results in full: pic.twitter.com/yr4uUYBuMx — Moray Council (@TheMorayCouncil) December 13, 2019