A recruitment boost at Moray’s biggest hospital has allowed health chiefs to rule out a temporary downgrade of services.
Shoppers were evacuated from a supermarket for two hours yesterday over a bomb scare sparked by a child’s toy.
Plans to charge community groups for the electricity they use over Christmas are being put on ice for at least three years.
More than 120 “rip-off” companies have been reported by Moray MSP Richard Lochhead as part of a campaign to end unfair delivery charges.
A legendary Moray music ensemble is preparing to take to the stage once again to celebrate 25 years of performing together.
A former football chief who led his own team’s controversial stadium move has urged the Dons to take their campaign straight to the Scottish Government.
A nurse’s quest to ease the suffering of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) patients has been boosted by the legacy fund of a prominent campaigner.
A Highland businessman and estate manager has been fined £2,000 for stalking his neighbour for six years.
A skate park will be able to ramp up the fun after being awarded £24,000 of funding.
Scottish scientists who delved into the depths of the sea have discovered a spellbinding Lord of the Rings style landscape off the coast of Australia.
A north-east arts group has linked up a local painter with an artist thousands of miles away in a war-torn part of the Middle East.
A message in a bottle launched in the North Sea two months ago has been found more than 200 miles away.
A north-east biscuit giant has been backed by the Scottish Government after its plans for a business park were rejected by the council.
He should have been celebrating a milestone in life in his home town of Thurso.
Residents are being asked to piece together the past of a vintage motorbike - which was the only one of its kind to be sold in Aberdeen - before it sells at auction.
It really will be a magical trip for the family.
New evidence has emerged in the death of an Argyll prawn fisherman whose body has never been found, a court heard yesterday.
An abandoned sorting office in a Moray town has become the breeding ground for the next generation of performing talent in the region.
More staff have quit their jobs at a north-east superjail than at any other prison in Scotland since it opened four years ago.
Scott Dixon has always dreamed of being an Olympian.
A charity set up to help vulnerable people in the city has called for new volunteers to help families in desperate need of support.
The darkest corners of the galaxy could soon become the latest attraction to draw tourists to Speyside.
Organisers have pulled the plug on a spectacular lights show in Moray due to poor ticket sales.
Aberdeen residents face disturbed nights as preparations for a massive railway improvement project begins.
A Moray teacher will be back at work next month after being forced to leave the country due to a visa wrangle.
A Moray musician is aiming to secure himself a UK tour by winning a nationwide competition.
Hundreds of locals and visitors braved the subzero temperatures in one Moray village to watch the 1,600-year-old tradition of the Burning of the Clavie last night to mark the old New Year.
A drink-driver who “swigged rum” behind the wheel before crashing into a wall has been banned from the roads for nearly four years.
A driver killed a grandmother in a “catastrophic” crash at a notorious accident blackspot in Argyll.
A Scottish Government minister is poised to intervene in order to rekindle hopes of bringing a historic Moray distillery back to life.
Nasa has begun exploring parts of 'Scotland' in a bid to discover the secrets of Mars.
Controversial plans for a four-star holiday village and 100-seat restaurant near historic Culloden Battlefield are being opposed.