A young man who told a mental health nurse he would kill himself if he went to prison later died after hanging himself in a cell.
The number of very young children being taken to north-east A&E departments after swallowing dangerous substances has almost doubled in the space of one year.
Police investigating the alleged assault of a child on the streets of a north-east town last night arrested two 13-year-olds.
Environmental campaigners in Moray have secured a funding boost to revitalise a forgotten beauty spot as an education venue.
The Highland capital buzzed all the way from Bught Park to the city centre over the weekend as Invernessians celebrated their gala weekend.
With his neatly combed hair and perfectly ironed shirt, Eddie Maitland is every inch the dapper gentleman.
The first stage of transforming a historic city fortification into a world-class wildlife centre could be completed by next spring.
Island ferries could face a "real problem" as a result of sending rubbish to England to meet a Scottish ban on landfill.
A mum believes she owes the life of her new son to the “phenomenal” maternity staff in Moray who cared for her in her hour of need.
A row has broken out over a plan for a zip wire tourist attraction on a Highland estate.
Down with the old and up with the new – Justice Centre and former Inverness College reach different milestones
The new Inverness Justice Centre is nearing completion having been declared wind and watertight - just as its neighbour, the old Inverness College, is entering the final phase of demolition.
Hard-pressed staff at HMP Grampian are being assaulted on an almost weekly basis, new figures have revealed.
An animal welfare charity has branded a north-east pair who caused "unnecessary suffering" to scores of dogs "absolutely disgraceful".
Inverness will enter a new age of digital technology today when it becomes the only Scottish location among 14 new “Gigabit Cities” getting ready for full-fibre 5G roll-out.
A Moray teenager's growing drug empire was smashed by police after a schoolgirl was rushed to hospital.
A man who carried out a "frenzied attack" on his defenceless dog has been banned from keeping animals for two years.
Fears persist about services at Moray hospital one year on from downgrades as NHS reveal scale of challenge to bring them back
Health bosses in Moray say they have faced a never-ending series of battles to restore the region’s largest hospital to full strength – but last night claimed the situation is improving.
A company director has been found guilty of running down and seriously injuring two German motorcyclists after a three-and-a-half day trial.
More than 200 assaults were committed against ambulance staff across Grampian and the Highlands and Islands over the last six years.
Campaigners dedicated to maintaining public toilets in Moray have been left distraught after human waste has been repeatedly smeared inside following “disgusting” attacks in recent weeks.
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire councils are spending more than £8million a year on supply teachers, new figures have revealed.
Firms owed cash by the failed operator of Cairngorm ski resort face not being paid the full amount they seek, a progress report into the collapse has revealed.
The number of hate crimes targeting people in the north and north-east because of their sexual orientation has soared in the last two years.
Moray Council should be loaning their grass-cutting equipment to local community groups who are taking it upon themselves to maintain public areas, according to a local MP.
Another top official has resigned from the NHS Highland board, the third in as many months.
Annual spend on food at HMP Grampian has declined for the first time since it opened, thanks to a reduction in demand for kosher meals.
A body found inside a van in an Inverness car park this week had been there for months, it has emerged.
The head of a national charity for deaf people has warned against a potential scam artist targeting well-intentioned people in Aberdeen with a fake fundraiser.
A convicted sex offender who targeted underage girls has admitted starting a string of devastating wildfires in Aberdeen.
A charity created by a Moray teenager before she died of cancer has helped its 200th family fighting with the illness.
The members of an Aberdeenshire rugby club are trying to get the dream of their very own clubhouse over the line.
A number of green spaces across the north and north-east have been recognised as "fantastic" parks by a national organisation.