Aberdeen FC estimates that the construction of its new stadium will create 150 local jobs during its first phase.
A pothole-plagued Aberdeen street must be fixed “as soon as possible”, councillors have said, after recent bad weather exposed historic cobbles and cabling.
Health chiefs in the Highlands called in fraud investigators to probe several serious allegations about a local GP practice, it can be revealed.
An ambitious project to modernise and diversify Fraserburgh Harbour has been unveiled.
An ambitious vision to develop a multi-million pound “cultural quarter” in Moray’s biggest town has been unveiled.
A rental car delivery driver has gone on trial accused of falling asleep behind the wheel and killing a north-east grandmother on Mother’s Day.
A ceilidh in tribute of a tragic Wester Ross student is to take place this Friday with performances from the students of Plockton Music School.
An offshore drilling ship has been drafted in to help the search for a toy boat currently on a 3,000 mile journey across the Atlantic Ocean.
Aberdeen is in line for a £1.4billion windfall from the rollout of superfast broadband across the city, according to economists.
Budget-cutting NHS Highland bosses accused of ‘mismanagement’ after £200,000 contract payments were not legally agreed
Health chiefs in the Highlands have been ordered to carry out a major review after investigators found they were paying a £200,000 contract that was not legally agreed.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has signalled that the Scottish Government has no plans to merge NHS Grampian with the crisis-hit Tayside board.
Eight weeks are now all that stand between a tiny north-east community and relief from the hugely damaging effects of a major landslip.
Heritage hotspots like Urquhart Castle and Fort George are enjoying a surge in visitor numbers.
A mothballed fabrication yard on the Western Isles was on the brink of being reborn last night after a landmark deal was struck to take over troubled firm BiFab.
A Tesco store on Lewis is having hundreds of shopping baskets stolen with the 5p levy for plastic carrier bags thought to be responsible.
A historic war grave at Culloden Battlefield is to undergo major repairs after unprecedented visitor numbers – led by a mass of Outlander fans – left the ground bare.
Just five youth groups have applied for a share of £100,000 for a project set up to replace the hugely popular Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
Work on the next stage of improvements to a popular Inverness tourist attraction will begin today.
What are your plans this summer? A week in Majorca or perhaps a luxury cruise around the Caribbean?
Wobbly newborn lambs gambolling in the fields are one of the traditional signs of spring.
Volunteers will try to replicate the work of the inventor of wireless telegraphy next week.
Reckless thieves who stole thousands of pounds worth of lighting from a “magnificent” Moray bridge are thought to have electrocuted themselves during the “completely outrageous” crime.
A commis chef who lost his job when Elgin’s Mansion House closed its doors has taken the first step to his own dream career.
The Ross-shire academy known as the north’s worst school building has more than 200 asbestos hotspots, it has emerged.
A north-east charity event is aiming to reach its target of raising £2million to combat cancer.
Messrs Clarkson, May and Hammond yesterday finished their Grand Tour of the Highlands – and said the experience was “spectacular”.
Shetland dog owners have criticised a move by airline Loganair to increase the cost of taking a pet on flights from £10 to £50 without warning.
A man who first started giving blood 39 years ago when he was a student will be honoured at a special ceremony in Aberdeen next week - for making his 300th donation.
A north transport chief has called for a rail and bus interchange to be created in Inverness after the Royal Mail announced plans to relocate its Highland sorting office to another city site.
After a long, cold winter, finally getting a bit of sun and taking a trip to the beach is enough to get most of us excited.
Not content to sit on her laurels all day, one Aberdeenshire centenarian has been reaping the benefits of a new healthy initiative being rolled out across the country - by lifting weights and getting active.
The price tag for repairing landslips that cut off a Moray village from its harbour could stretch to more than £2million.