A chef who telephoned a child and told them to find a knife and stab a woman has avoided a prison sentence.
Investigation branch finds Macduff skipper who drowned could have been saved if he had worn a lifejacket
The Marine Accident Investigation branch has found that a Macduff skipper who drowned earlier this year could have been saved if he had worn a lifejacket.
Clay walls, an earth floor and straw insulation has helped a cosy nook on Speyside land the accolade of Europe’s “greenest” holiday home.
Peterhead FC donates freshly-painted pink seats to Friends of Anchor for cancer patients and families to use
Peterhead FC has donated two prime seats to a cancer charity so that patients, staff and volunteers can enjoy a break from their troubles by watching the Blue Toon in action.
Top gun pilots from Moray have arrived in Iceland to defend the sky over northern Europe from potential invaders.
EXCLUSIVE: Tourism village planned for Al Fayed’s Highland estate – and this is what it could look like
A multi-million pound luxury holiday village is being planned on the famous Highland estate owned by former Harrods owner Mohamed Al Fayed.
A 2,450-acre estate in the north-west of Skye has been sold in a private off-market deal.
A group of children are fundraising for little pals who were seriously injured in a crash on an Aberdeenshire road.
‘How long is it going to sit here?’ North-east pensioner angry after smashed car sits in front of his house for nine months
An investigation has been launched after an Aberdeenshire pensioner spent months complaining about a damaged Volvo which has been abandoned outside his home for more than nine months.
Hard-pressed north Aberdeenshire residents are being forced to seek the aid of food banks in increasing numbers, it has emerged.
An independent lifeboat station in the north is looking to relocate nearer the beach and to expand to offer more facilities.
A community-led project to restore an Edwardian railway turntable has received a first-class accolade in this year’s Aberdeen Civic Society (ACS) awards.
A professional dancer who killed two elderly neighbours in a row over bins in Argyll told police: “This is the best day I've ever had.”
A predatory criminal who subjected a teenager on a night out in Aberdeen city centre with friends to a horrific rape ordeal is facing a lengthy prison sentence.
A former Aberdeen FC captain’s wife has been fined after "carelessly" driving through a crowd of supporters outside Pittodrie following a match.
A north-east woman is donating dozens of oxygen kits to fire stations across the region - to save more pets.
A Peterhead cadet officer is pulling on her running shoes to raise cash for the unit after securing a place in the London Marathon.
A piece of plaid worn by one of the men who fought in the Battle of Culloden has been donated to the National Museum of Scotland.
Designer labels more commonly seen at fashion shows are going on sale at Aberdeen charity shops following an anonymous donation.
Plans for a memorial garden and bronze sculpture on the island of Barra in memory of local teenager Eilidh MacLeod have been approved by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar.
As a busy secondary school teacher, Adrian Allan would be forgiven for using his magical powers to make his paperwork disappear.
A hotel which was forced to close after 200 years could be demolished and replaced with a garden centre and restaurant.
The Duke of Rothesay has backed efforts to restore a famous Deeside bridge all but destroyed by storms four years ago.
Nature enthusiasts are being encouraged to find novel uses for the rubbish they collect from a scenic stretch of the north-east coastline.
As the back garden is full of cherry trees that are covered in beautiful white blossom in spring and turn a glorious shade of red in the autumn, it’s fitting that this home in Old Speybridge, on the outskirts of Grantown, is called The Geans – a variety of wild or sweet cherry.
An Aberdeen charity has announced the official launch of its annual holiday gift giving effort.
Pupils in Aberdeen are being given the chance the chance to give a life-size robot a voice.
A horse left for dead in a field is now helping injured war veterans and troubled youngsters heal their wounds and rebuild their lives.
A freelance illustrator and graphic designer has been commissioned to spruce up empty shops in Peterhead.
The north-east town of Banff could soon be paired with its Canadian namesake.
Seventy-five years on, Rachel Lee explores the ‘brutally short’ career of Hitler’s most fearsome battleship and how, on one crisp November morning, planes set out from three Moray bases to sink her
Tourism minister Fiona Hyslop praised campaigners for making a "compelling case" to persuade the government to replace an important Moray footbridge.