A student from Peterhead is backing a Scottish Government campaign highlighting diversity across Scotland.
Unsightly tarmac smeared across a historic Aberdeen road will be left unchanged until at least next year, the council has confirmed.
When Kelly MacRae’s daughter was born at just 32 weeks, weighing 3lb, she promised to mark the special day every year.
A former university building in Aberdeen’s city centre will be reopened as a hotel and restaurant this summer
Health chiefs have warned that a tourist boom has made it difficult to recruit part-time nurses on Skye for shifts - because so many are involved in the holiday business.
An Aberdeen artist was “really chuffed” to be given the chance to design awards for the first minister.
One of the country’s leading water rescue experts has been appointed to lead the fire service in the north-east.
Ambitious £68 million plans to build nearly 300 luxury flats at Aberdeen’s historic Rubislaw Quarry have been thrown out.
Swings at a Sutherland play park were deemed a high safety risk in a Highland Council report- but it took the council five months to remove them.
Work should start early next year on a second shinty pitch in Fort William which is desperately needed because of a growth in local interest in the sport.
A large section of the A90 will be renamed and brought under council control next year.
Home economics and arts teachers drafted in to help after Dyce Academy left without technical teacher for three years
An Aberdeen secondary school has had no technical education teachers for three years.
Big-hearted Dons supporters have helped a drive for a permanent memorial to Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper smash its fundraising target.
An independent reviewer has been appointed to carry out a study into the future of 10 closure-threatened RBS bank branches in communities in Scotland.
A Skye otter expert has warned Scottish tourists to watch out for the illegal trade in cubs as pets in parts of east Asia.
An architect has revealed an alternative vision for Rubislaw Quarry in Aberdeen - combining the region’s “history of granite with its more modern history of oil and gas”.
Controversial TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham is to headline the 15th Nairn Book and Arts Festival.
The family of a farmer who died in mysterious circumstances are still desperately clinging to the hope they will find answers almost a decade after his death.
A rower who was rescued from huge seas in a bid to cross the Atlantic says he will not be attempting the feat again and does not want to be seen as “some reckless thrill seeker.”
A cash machine has reopened at a former Speyside bank - more than a year after Clydesdale moved out of its last base in the area.
The inaugural auction of a £51 million north-east fishing facility has been marked a success.
A teenage boy has died after falling ill while out with friends over the weekend.
An island is on the verge of crisis as it rapidly runs out of plots in which to bury its dead.
A Moray golf club was closed to the public yesterday after the tragic death of a man on the course.
Packs of wolves could be reintroduced to the Highlands in fenced-in reserves to cut deer numbers and allow nature to recover from over-grazing, according to new research.
Harry Potter fans will descend on Glencoe this summer to enjoy the films on the big screen once more.
A Piper Alpha hero who helped save scores of men from the burning platform has died.
Work has begun on Aberdeen’s first-ever permanent baseball field.
Family, team-mates and thousands of fans gather at Pittodrie Stadium to pay poignant tributes in memory of Gothenburg hero Neale Cooper
The Granite City paid tribute to one of its own last night as 4,000 of his friends, team-mates and family gathered at Pittodrie Stadium to pay tribute to Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper.
This adorable seal pup is doing well after being nursed to health by staff at a Shetland wildlife sanctuary.
Scotland’s network of major trauma centres (MTCs) will go live this October, with the Aberdeen unit expected to be the first to open.
Firefighters across the north-east will be among the first to be armed with new specialist suits to help them cope during extreme weather like Storm Frank.