This weekend, at developments across Aberdeen, Barratt Homes will be hosting a series of events tailored especially for house hunters looking to take their first or next step on to the property ladder.
A north-east police officer is to stand trial charged with causing a serious road crash while under the influence of drugs.
Conversations about mental health must happen more frequently if we are to stop the stigma around it. That’s the view of 27-year-old Gemma Patterson who, following a childhood trauma, battled with PTSD as a teenager.
Jon S. Baird has always been tenacious.
A man who brutally murdered an innocent dad after a five-day drugs binge has been locked up for at least 19 years.
The UK’s largest energy sector training provider is launching a campaign to help you achieve your New Year’s resolution to make a career change.
Whether you need a modern walk in wet room, or a traditional bathroom designed for your home you can always rely on William Wilson Bathroom Showrooms for top quality products and competitive prices.
A man's body has been found in Forres, police confirmed today.
A fatal accident inquiry will be held into a Black Isle bus crash.
A man’s body has been found by cliffs near Macduff, police have confirmed. The discovery was made at 11.15am today. Police said formal identification has yet to take place however the next of kin of William Hay have been informed. The 35-year-old from Banff was reported missing on December 7.
Police have named the teenager killed in a three-vehicle crash on the Black Isle.
There are a number of international opportunities for new and established businesses in Scotland in the city of Yokohama in Japan. And that's thanks to the Scottish Government and the City of Yokohama signing a joint declaration on collaborating in the areas of culture and tourism, marine industries, sports and education in 2018. A year on, we reveal five reasons why this innovative and creative city brings exciting opportunities for Scots businessmen and businesswomen looking to launch a new business there...
A teacher will go on trial next year accused of assaulting a pupil.
An Easter Ross man who threatened to burn down his house was involved in a second stand-off with police two weeks later.
2020 course bookings are now being taken as the UK’s largest energy sector trainers release a record number of course dates to give companies greater choice and help with training planning.
A 33-year-old has appeared in court to face a murder charge after a man was found dead in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen & Northern Marts (ANM) has announced a transformational change to livestock commission rates bringing significant reductions for customers who are shareholders in its co-operative business.
Christmas has arrived at Fochaber’s festive hideaway and award-winning café with the launch of its Winter Festival.
Police are treating the deaths of two people at an Aberdeenshire holiday cottage near Stonehaven as not suspicious.
Part of Scotland’s charm is that its dramatic and atmospheric landscapes look picture-perfect in all seasons.
The best and brightest talent in the world of sport will be in Aberdeen this month – and you could upgrade your night with the gold medal experience.
Following a tough competition, The Victorian Market has selected a winner for its 2020 calendar.
There's no need to battle your way through hordes of festive shoppers to find the perfect Christmas gifts this year – just buy everyone tickets to one of P&J Live’s upcoming shows.
For one specialist inspection service, Aberdeen’s newest entertainment venue is the latest to get their seal of approval.
The UK’s largest energy sector training provider is holding its biggest ever Black Friday sales bonanza to help people get all the training they need before 2020.
If you were to ask yourself what five things you deemed important in life, good health would surely be one of them.
With the festive season just around the corner, Duncan and Todd is granting customers their Christmas wish with an interest free credit option.
This week marks 15 years since the murder of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson.
A man has appeared in court after heroin and cannabis worth £37,000 was seized at Aberdeen Ferry Terminal.
With all the hustle and bustle that comes with the festive season, a little getaway in Scotland is the perfect excuse to relax and take a break.