Fire crews are currently dealing with a wildfire in the north-east town of Rosehearty.
Aberdeen beach tragedy: Authorities trying to trace families of women who died after ‘underestimating’ treacherous conditions
An extensive investigation is under way following the deaths of two women in a tragic midnight swimming accident off Aberdeen beach.
Transport ministers have been urged to follow the lead of the Faroe Islands and build a series of subsea tunnels to connect the Western Isles.
Sleep-deprived north-east residents claim their homes have been left uninhabitable amidst months of noisy construction work on a multi-million-pound rail improvement project.
Money will be spent on Cairngorm mountain facilities to try and offer more to visitors over the summer after a disastrous winter season, it has emerged.
They have a combined age of 292 and between them boast backgrounds in dance, writing and scallop diving - and even a department store Santa.
The £10million final stage of the Inverness West Link bypass – described as the “gateway to the Highlands” – will finally get under way next month.
Archaeological dig at north-east Pictish fort unearths huge section of wall still standing after 1,000 years
The walls of a Pictish place of power have been unearthed from the soil of the north-east.
ScotRail's boss has said he is "very sorry" for the delays and disruption faced by north-east rail passengers over the past six months.
When the phone rang at midnight last summer, Anne Lyden assumed it was a wrong number and didn’t pick up.
A new film has been launched to boost the fortunes of two north-east towns.
A tunnel or bridge is the “likely long-term” solution to connect Corran and the Ardnamurchan peninsula.
A major NATO exercise taking place across Scotland's skies and waters came to an end this week.
The work of a programme benefitting young people in Aberdeen has been showcased in a national film.
Two lively adult otters have been released into the wild following their stay at an otter sanctuary on Skye.
This is the moment two climbers who became cragfast while climbing on Skye were winched to safety.
A motorist has been charged after a two-vehicle crash on the Aberdeen bypass.
Hundreds of people are expected to turn out to cheer on elite cyclists as they race through the city next month, taking on a refreshed route.
Aberdeenshire Council has released drone footage showing what progress has been made so far on the long-awaited £16 million flood protection scheme for Stonehaven.
I spent much of last weekend driving along roads that have been re-branded and now form part of the iconic North Coast 500 route.
Shop keepers and local businesses were seriously disappointed when the first "big" cruise ship of the season didn't make it into port yesterday morning.
Work on the long-awaited Laurencekirk flyover on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road will begin next month.
A set of triplet calves was recently born on Hamish Farquhar’s Kinaldie Farm in Logie Coldstone, Aboyne.
A north-east youngster joined big names from across Scotland to celebrate his roots in the Big Apple as part of New York City Tartan Day.
An iconic feature of Stonehaven is being removed as part of the town's £16 million flood defence work.
Hand-crafted gin will soon be on sale at one of Scotland’s most unusual micro-distilleries.
The main road through the Highlands was closed this morning as heavy snow caused chaos for motorists.
Second World War aircraft engine and Nazi stamps for sale in massive north-east military memorabilia auction
Stamps emblazoned with Adolf Hitler's image, an engine used in a Second World War aircraft and medals awarded during the Great War will go under the hammer at a north-east auction next week.
One of Scotland's most highly-regarded scientists has warned that cows on the village street in Plockton could pose a potential health hazard for children under five and people over 70.
Preventative measures being taken in Moray to avoid catastrophic wildfires affecting the region again
Emergency services in Moray have stepped up their efforts to prevent a repeat of last year's disastrous wildfires - described as some of the worst in 30 years.
Plans to transform the city's Union Terrace Gardens now won't be finished until 2021.
Campaigners are celebrating after transport bosses agreed to slash the speed limit and install a crossing on a busy Highland tourist route.