Police have drained a quarry thought to hold the remains of a missing woman and her toddler - and say any evidence buried amid tonnes of excavated dirt "will be found".
The life, work and legacy of one of Scotland’s greatest literary figures will be explored in a new course being offered by Aberdeen University.
Police drones were flown above a north-east town yesterday as searches continued for a man who went missing at the weekend.
Today marks the start of the £25.7 million regeneration of Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens.
Police are continuing their search for Aberdeen man Keith Roger following a road accident in the north-east.
He is one of Aberdeen's most animated youngsters; an inventive character who creates sparkling little films with Lego bricks, a sprinkling of computer graphics and a vivid imagination.
Typhoon pilots from RAF Lossiemouth have been praised by the defence secretary after they were involved in two separate incidents with Russian aircraft on Thursday.
Officers are currently in attendance at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary dealing with an ongoing incident reported to police.
A French hill walker filmed his epic journey on the Suilven mountain in Sutherland.
Visitors at the Highland Games in Ballater had two very special reasons to celebrate the occasion.
Aberdeen’s stunning new £333 million exhibition and conference complex opened its doors for the first time on Thursday - and council bosses said there is even more to come.
Ellie House takes a tour of a period property in need of a special owner who can make some new memories.
Heavy rainfall, rising water levels and landslips have caused chaos across the Highlands today.
Sheep on the tiny island of Scalpay, near Harris were keen to not get their feet wet when making one of their many trips to pastures new this week.
Flash flooding hit towns and villages across Moray yesterday amid intense thunder and lightning storms.
Aberdeen’s “festival of light” will return next year after a hiatus.
A weather alert has been issued as the north of Scotland recovers from flash flooding.
Belladrum 2019 is well underway. Check out our photographer Sandy McCook’s pictures and video for all the highlights from day two.
It is the biggest stay-on-site music festival in Scotland, but people absolutely love it for the community spirit it creates.
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A historic locomotive steamed into Aberdeen today, much to the delight of train spotters.
Scotland’s biggest wind farm was opened yesterday by the Duke of Rothesay in Wick, in the north-east of the country.
A flood alert has been issued as heavy and thundery showers develop over Scottish skies.
Firefighters are on the scene tackling a fire at an Aberdeen property.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for further thunderstorms and a likely chance of flooding across the north of Scotland.
The Met office has issued a yellow weather warning for parts of the Highlands this afternoon.
Youngsters packed Peterhead Lido yesterday as they showed off their impressive imaginations during an annual sandcastle competition.
Early thunderstorms in the north wreaked havoc for commuters yesterday as lightning disrupted train travel.
Recovery operation at Moray harbour after van plunges into water
Long before people jetted off to the costas in search of the sun, the seaside town of Nairn was the place to go for your holidays.
The sun is shining in the north of Scotland today - but the Met Office has warned thunderstorms are on their way.
Dozens of pieces of historic farming machinery have been paraded through Moray to help support a range of local causes.