A young campaigner has penned an energetic song as part of an impassioned plea to encourage doctors to move to Moray.
A north-east trawlerman who documented a week at sea with a video camera he got as a birthday gift said he is astonished with the public’s reaction to the footage.
One of Aberdeen’s most famous statues took pride of place at the weekend after being returned to its plinth just outside Aberdeen.
Engineers will shortly complete the £4.5million refurbishment of a landmark railway viaduct in the Highlands.
A 71-year-old woman remained missing last night after a fire broke out in a house near Inverness city centre.
Homes have been left perilously close to a cliff after tonnes of rubble came crashing down the slope in a landslide.
Councillors had to run the gauntlet of almost 150 protesters yesterday to visit the site of Aberdeen FC’s proposed new stadium.
An Aberdeenshire castle tried to dance its way into the record books at the weekend.
“All I heard was ‘No, No, No!’ It went for her throat and locked its teeth onto her. The screaming and howling was horrendous.”
A land-owning couple, whose farm has been cut in half by the Aberdeen bypass, have been visited by the senior government minister heading up the project.
In just a few weeks business owners in Peterhead will make their voices heard in a vote that could change the future of the port.
They once stood as imposing industrial structures against the otherwise unspoiled backdrop of the Cairngorms.
An Aberdeenshire nursery was forced to keep its children inside yesterday after clouds of black smoke billowed from a neighbouring industrial unit.
A promotional 3D fly-through of the new £333million AECC has revealed what the development will look like inside and out.
A record-breaking turnout of almost 4,000 people witnessed a spectacular display of chainsaw art in the Highlands at the weekend.
Enthusiastic fundraisers from across the north-east have raised more than £10,000 for charities by going head-to-head in a series of challenges.
The latest offerings from Moray food and drink producers are taking their place among traditional favourites at a major festival.
Thousands of bikers descended on Aviemore over the weekend for the largest Harley Davidson rally in Europe.
It is a sight that makes your hairs stand on-end, and has long been one of the north-east’s most famous performances.
Gulls are often regarded as the scourge of north-east towns.
The north and north-east is expected to be hit with heavy rain and thunderstorms for most of today.
Sounds hauntingly reminiscent of World War II rang out on the Nairnshire coastline last night as bomb disposal experts rendered a series of wartime devices safe.
You may have driven along the A96 and spotted the hive of activity on the site of the new AECC.
Almost two decades’ worth of pigeon droppings and mess have been scraped from the floor of a fire-ravaged Moray nightclub as plans to revive it as a block of flats gather pace.
Weather warnings have been put in place across the north and north-east today as forecasters predict heavy rain and thunder showers.
Amazing video evidence has been released of a pure Scottish wildcat living in Aberdeenshire.
Aberdeen Football Club has released eye-opening digital footage of how its proposed new stadium is planned to look, as part of a campaign to rally support for the development.
The first footage of an alien salmon spawning in UK waters has been recorded on the River Ness – sparking fears of a major threat to native species.
Two people died in a crash on a notorious road at the weekend, bringing the number of deaths there to three in a year.
Demolition has commenced on a modern multi-million pound office block in Aberdeen- which the owners say they have been forced to pull down due to rising business rates and a lack of interest from tenants.
Coastguard regulator rejects claims diver missing in water for 11 hours could have been found sooner
Claims a diver who was rescued after 11 hours at sea could have been found sooner if local advice had been followed have been rejected by the Marine and Coastguard Agency (MCA).
A slice of the north-east coastline has gone up for sale for the first time ever.