The baby meerkats in the Pets’ Corner in Hazlehead Park have been named after the two rivers in Aberdeen.
The lead representative for small businesses in the north believes the Victorian Market in Inverness is a "sleeping giant" which is "just about to waken."
A forestry contractor is “lucky to be alive” after a huge tree he was felling rolled off its stump, crushing his legs and pelvis.
A brazen thief who carried out three break-ins just yards from a police station was jailed for 34 months yesterday.
A spawning ground for salmon destined for the River Spey has been turned into a “disaster area” due to repeated floods.
The city council has ruled out erecting a new building to replace an overcrowded primary school.
Crowds flocked to the launch of Aberdeen’s Winter Festival in the city centre last night.
The mother of a teenage student, who committed suicide after being abused by her boyfriend, yesterday told of her disgust after he partied at a ball attended by her friends.
An Elgin dog care business, which was forced to search for a new home because of planning rules, has relocated to a former Army barracks.
Cash-strapped council chiefs have pulled the plug on financial support for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival - putting its survival in serious doubt.
Plans for a new housing development within the ground of a four-star Aberdeenshire hotel have been submitted to the council.
An exciting new vision has been unveiled to turn the Victorian Market in Inverness into a “magnet” tourist attraction to rival the best indoor markets in Europe.
A grieving family’s campaign for mortuary improvements in Moray has paid off with NHS Grampian identifying four possible sites for a new facility.
A Moray woman who was caught drink driving with a child in the car has been banned from getting behind the wheel.
A Shetland woman has told how a new pet that she believes came from an illegal puppy farm in Aberdeenshire arrived in such poor condition that it has been given a 50/50 chance of survival.
Teenagers were left in tears at a student ball last night after a young man who abused his girlfriend – who later committed suicide – joined the party.
Anchors will be aweigh across the north of Scotland next week at the climax of a year-long campaign to raise cash for a north-east cancer charity.
A dad-of-two who spent six months and £2,000 building the ultimate tribute to his favourite football team has been crowned the winner of Britain's best man cave.
Councillors in Aberdeenshire are being asked to reduce the speed limit at an accident blackspot.
Scotland’s popular Loopallu music festival will return next year after organisers - who had claimed this year’s event was to be the last ever - bowed to growing public pressure from hard-core fans.
Highland Council has called for greater transparency from Police Scotland over apparent control room errors ahead of the Inverness handling centre closing next year.
A Deeside hotelier has been given approval to build staff accommodation despite a number of objections to the plans.
Ditching proposals for a development road which would bypass Oban town centre is just one of the ideas suggested by Argyll and Bute Council for the next Local Development Plan.
Fears have been raised that an overhaul of bus timetables in Moray could negatively impact on the region’s international links.
The family of a man convicted of one of Scotland’s most notorious murders has hit out at moves to destroy evidence linked to the crime.
BrewDog customers in the Highlands and Moray are being charged nearly double for their deliveries compared to those in the south of England - despite being hundreds of miles closer to the company’s Aberdeenshire base.
Leaves crunch underfoot on the narrow and winding driveway to Elsick House, and the hedges which normally provide thick green foliage have given way to orange and gold hues in time for winter.
Nessie hunting could be set for a high speed upgrade.
The fifteenth Inverness Film Festival came to a triumphant end on Sunday evening with organisers describing it as the “most successful ever”.
A West Highland region is set for a £100 million cash boost with two huge local projects in the pipeline.
The father of a teenage girl battling a severe eating disorder has urged health bosses to improve north-east services after his daughter was forced to stay almost 60 miles away for three months for treatment.
A boy who had to learn how to walk again after suffering a life-threatening brain tumour has taken to the waves on a surf board.