An own goal and a Steven Naismith header ensured Scotland’s Uefa Nations League campaign got off to the perfect start with a 2-0 win over Albania at Hampden.
The worlds of art and shinty have collaborated to produce a project aimed at celebrating the culture and heritage of one of Scotland’s oldest sports.
The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry is to turn its attention to the historic Fort Augustus Abbey when it had been run by Benedictine monks.
The beautiful sunrise was filmed this morning from Balmedie beach.
Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald will officially begin his one-month suspension from the Scottish Parliament today.
A serious two vehicle collision involving a police car has left the A9 closed in both directions between Invergordon and Kildary.
BP has released video footage of the process of dismantling its Miller platform in the North Sea. The decommissioning campaign took place between January last year and completed this July. The Saipem S7000 heavy lift vessel removed and transported twelve topsides and the platform jacket. >> Read more on Energy Voice here <<
A bungling thief was described as “a nuisance to society” by his own solicitor yesterday after they admitted stealing a £2,500 Rolex watch from an unlocked car outside an Aberdeen hotel.
Moray Council has scrapped controversial plans to create a multi-million-pound relief road through Elgin in a bid to save money.
VIDEO: Baby goat bred for slaughter becomes internet sensation after video of fluffy animal goes viral
In the video, posted online by Willows Animal Sanctuary in Aberdeenshire, the adorable baby goat is seen finding its feet at only two days old.
A former special forces officer is looking to beat the time set for running the London Marathon - dressed in a 10kg RHINO suit.
There will be a friendly invasion of troops in Inverness today with a visit to Falcon Square by the Royal Regiment of Scotland.
An Aberdeen shopkeeper has written a heartfelt plea to a thief who robbed her of a rare Swedish watch - one of only two in the city.
Their fibreglass counterparts have been bringing in the crowds across Aberdeen - and now north-east residents are being urged to help spot real dolphins.