A long-awaited Aberdeenshire sports centre is approaching the finishing line.
A previously “run-down” sports centre has undergone a colourful makeover as part of a £250,000 improvement project.
A group set up to improve Elgin’s lack of sporting facilities has unveiled plans to tackle the “exodus of youth” - and keep budding sporting talent local.
Ross County goalkeeper Ross Munro aims to put pressure on Scott Fox but he insists no one has helped him more than the Staggies’ first choice.
An Aberdeen sports facility has become a beacon of hope for the future after receiving a major refurbishment.
Ross County delivered a statement of intent by overcoming one of their toughest Championship tests with flying colours.
Councillors have backed plans to re-visit opening another football pitch in a north-east town.
Children were left in tears after being wrongly sent home without medals after a school sports competition in Inverness - despite parents showing video evidence to officials.
Thousands of runners pushed themselves to the limit for this year’s Run Balmoral yesterday with the stunning Royal Deeside as their backdrop.
The 2018 Commonwealth Games are now well underway and the medals have begun piling up. We’ve compiled a table of the top ten medal winners so far and created a gallery of our Scottish athletes in action. Commonwealth Games 2018: Top Ten Medal Tally
Neil Fachie, from Aberdeen, has won Scotland's first gold medal of the Commonwealth Games.
Caley Thistle manager John Robertson concedes he is unlikely to add to his squad before tomorrow’s emergency loan deadline.
Josh Taylor left Glasgow’s SSE Hydro with the smell of a world title in his nostrils after his no-nonsense WBC Silver super-lightweight title win over Winston Campos.
A group of football-mad schoolgirls are dreaming of a trip to one of the Premier League’s biggest stadiums to watch their heroes play.
Members of an Aberdeen sports club say crippling business rate increases are to blame for the imminent closure of their home of almost 50 years.
North-east school pupils were visited by a former international sports star at a recent competition.
The next generation of sporting stars in the north-east could face a major hurdle in their development amid soaring facility fees.
Two north-east students are taking on a huge 73-mile trek on unicycles in memory of two loved ones who died of cancer.
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A crowd of thousands of people were roused by an historic Deeside feat of strength as it took centre stage at Arnold Schwarzenegger's US strongman festival.
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Plans for an £8.5million sports centre in Aberdeenshire have been given the final go-ahead.
An Aberdeenshire bowling group has been forced to fold after the lease ended on its home of more than 30 years.
A trust set up in memory of an Aberdeenshire teacher killed in a crash has given a boost of nearly £6,000 to local schools and groups.
Through its farm and country stores, Norvite has become recognised as a leading agricultural, equestrian and rural retailer across Aberdeenshire over the past 11 years.
The wait of more than 20 years is almost over for residents of a north community wanting a state-of-the-art sports centre.
These exclusive images show how an Inverurie sporting complex will look after a multi-million pound expansion.
For many years, Ken Bryson had a keen interest in endurance sports. He would cycle, run marathons and duathlons and later progressed to triathlons. To improve his own abilities, he decided to look into getting some qualifications as a coach.
Sports clubs across the north-east are being hit with huge bills after the council implemented its new levy on business rates.
An Aberdeenshire Winter Olympian is fulfilling he and his father's life's ambition by opening a gym in his home town.
Police across the north-east will be increasing patrols this weekend as one of the world's oldest football rivalries returns to Scotland.
Plans for a sports village in one of Aberdeenshire biggest towns will soon be on the "home straight" as fundraisers attempt to narrow the gap on their goal.
A decision favouring the west side of Inverness for future sports venues is an own goal, according to a growing band of councillors.