The UK is now a ‘smartphone society,’ with over 80% of the population having access to one.
The new boss of Inverness College has spoken of his “big ambitions” to turn the University of the Highlands and Islands into a world renowned institution.
Budding scientists built their own robots before sending them into battle at the start of an annual celebration of technology in Aberdeen.
A north-east community group, which won a new minibus in a Press and Journal competition, has racked up 5,500 miles on the vehicle in the last year.
Recently parents have once again been warned about their children’s use of social media.
The owner of an Aberdeen pub hailed as the “Rovers Return of its neighbourhood” is pressing ahead with plans to replace its lounge with a block of student flats.
Parents are being warned that children may be addicted to social media, and screen time should be treated in the same manner as junk food.
The family of a man believed to have been murdered by a former Aberdeen student fear he may never face trial.
A north-east man is on his way to Edinburgh to start a graduate scheme after gaining a first class honours degree from the Robert Gordon University.
A woman from Buckie had to take the day off work in the first week of a new job to attend her graduation ceremony at the Robert Gordon University (RGU) yesterday.
An islander celebrated picking up a masters degree in mechanical engineering from the Robert Gordon University yesterday - after overcoming more challenges than most to reach the finish line.
North-east man who went viral after sneaking pineapple into art exhibition graduates from university
A north-east man who whose prank with a pineapple became a viral internet hit celebrated graduating from Robert Gordon University yesterday.
A dedicated Fraserburgh student who was "destined" for a career in pharmacy has spoken of her desire to give back to the healthcare industry, following her graduation from Robert Gordon University (RGU) yesterday.
A student with several 'dressing up' trophies to her name donned a different set of robes yesterday as she graduated from Robert Gordon University.
A Shetland student is on cloud nine following her graduation from Robert Gordon University (RGU), just two weeks after winning two silver medals at an international sporting event.
An Aberdeen student who "unexpectedly" stood for election twice during his course has not ruled out trying for a third time.
An ambitious Moray man is celebrating his second degree and looking to the future, after graduating from Robert Gordon University.
Scottish football legend, Denis Law, received his honorary degree from Robert Gordon University in a ceremony at HMT yesterday as the sun shone on Aberdeen.
An Inverness student has just celebrated completing her degree after deciding to swap studying trees for supporting vulnerable families.
It's the first certificate he has received since earning a swimming badge in 1979.
There will be a double celebration in an Aberdeen home today when a father and daughter graduate within 24 hours of each other.
One Shetland student has demonstrated you can have it all after becoming a new dad and graduating in the space of a year.
A Buckie student who clocked up more than 1,200 hours of volunteering and won six awards during his time at Robert Gordon University has landed a "dream" job in the Supreme Court.
An Aberdeenshire law student has scooped the first ever Carnegie Trust St Andrew's scholarship and a place at an American University.
A former pupil of Inverness Royal Academy, who went straight into a job after leaving school, has proved it's never too late to go back to study.
Successfully balancing the challenges of raising a young family, working and studying for a degree has paid off for one Aberdeenshire mum-of-three.
A Moray student has proved the point that having a good work experience placement can lead to a great job.
Hundreds of well-wishers crowded into one of Aberdeen's most cherished buildings yesterday to watch their loved ones graduate on the first day of ceremonies for Robert Gordon University.
A former Fraserburgh Academy pupil with a passion for music and dreams of opening her own music business has just hit the high notes with a first-class degree.
The thrill of watching her younger sister graduate was all the inspiration an Aberdeenshire student needed to encourage her to go back to university.
Two inseparable friends enjoyed a double celebration when they graduated from Robert Gordon University yesterday in the same way they began nursery almost two decades ago.
Although she grew up in a small town, Eva Armour has always harboured big ambitions.