The organisers of Grampian Pride are seeking financial support to ensure they can pull off the colourful celebration of all things LGBT+ as successfully as last year.
A new initiative has been launched to reduce loneliness among the elderly in Buckie.
Their ice cream has been dubbed "better than sex" but what about their cakes?
Drivers are being urged to take extra care this morning as they head along the new, final stretch of the Aberdeen bypass.
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The remaining wrecks from the scuttling of the German High Seas Fleet in Scapa Flow have been examined and recorded as the centenary of the event approaches.
A team of specially-trained detection dogs – the first of their kind in the country – are to be tasked to sniff out stoats on Orkney.
A row has erupted between community leaders and a prominent climber over a call for Cairngorm mountain to be returned to its natural state following the funicular fiasco.
The final section of the long-awaited Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) could be opened next week, Transport Scotland revealed last night.
Organisers of one of the biggest agricultural shows in the north-east have revealed plans to make it even better - and appeal to more people.
The long-awaited Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route will fully open next week after Transport Scotland made the announcement today.
Council's across Scotland are celebrating Care Day 2019.
Until recently, Guyana was listed among the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere and - though boasting a landmass larger than Scotland and England combined - home to a low-wage population of just 750,000 people.
Three locations in Scotland – including one in the Cairngorms – have been identified as sites for a proposed reintroduction of lynx after an absence of centuries.
Who wears the trousers – Ross County managers Steven Ferguson and Stuart Kettlewell compete in Mr and Mrs quiz to see who knows the other the best
In the spirit of Valentine's Day, Ross County managers Steven Ferguson and Stuart Kettlewell have recorded a Mr and Mrs style 'BRU-mance' quiz as we find out how well they know each other.
Valentines day is well and truly here and we have picked out some of the best goals scored by the national team that will make you fall in love with Scottish football all over again.
End of an era.
Valentine’s day is here once again and love is in the air - but it isn’t always plain sailing for these north-east romantics.
Michael Matheson has been urged to give a “full and urgent” update to MSPs on the contractual dispute that has led to the delayed opening of the AWPR’s Don Crossing.
Construction giant Galliford Try said yesterday it had booked a further £26 million of costs for delays to the £1 billion-plus Aberdeen city bypass road.
Multi-million-selling singer songwriter KT Tunstall and award-wining duo The Shires are the latest headliners to be announced for Stornoway’s summer festival.
Aberdeenshire is receiving worldwide exposure after featuring in the blockbuster movie Mary Queen of Scots.
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A massive fire destroyed an Aberdeen flat tonight and left dozens of shaken residents evacuated from their damaged homes.
Fire services are currently dealing with a huge fire in Aberdeen.
Total has released a video showcasing how its huge Culzean project came to life ahead of first gas later this year.
Brian McKandie was a beloved pillar of his community - the man everyone turned to when they needed a car or a household appliance repaired, and the man they stopped to chat to as they passed.
The 2019 salmon season was officially opened on the River Dee yesterday when rugby heavyweight Rob Wainwright took up his fishing tackle and successfully made the first cast.
Youngsters at Mintlaw nursery played doctors and nurses yesterday while learning some life-saving tips.
Dozens of anglers gathered on the banks of the River Ness yesterday to raise a toast to the start of the new season.
A man has been convicted of the brutal murder of a north-east mechanic in his home.
An Austrian firm has been confirmed as the builders of a new plant which will transform Aberdeen’s discarded banana skins, tea bags and potato peelings into fuel for the city’s £333million new exhibition centre.