The Princess Royal visited two campuses in one day to welcome the first cohort of nursing students in the north.
Scottish rockers Runrig have announced a final farewell concert to help bring down the curtain on a remarkable 45-year career in music.
Aberdeen’s most famous footballing son will be given the freedom of the city in November as the city is lit for Christmas.
Police have vowed to carry out a “full review” into why officers took two hours to show up at an Inverness cafe when it was targeted by a gang of teenagers.
Two sisters whose family has been shattered by cancer are fronting a national campaign designed to save lives.
Schools and care facilities across the north face a £100million maintenance backlog – and the council does not know if vital repairs are being carried out.
More than 600 staff have been assaulted in classrooms and playgrounds in the north-east in the last year.
Hundreds of Moray school children have sampled what life is like supporting the country’s frontline air defence.
Construction has begun on a glass mosaic which will become a mainstay of the Duthie Park for generations to come.
Hundreds of acres of Moray woodland are being chopped down to stop the spread of an infectious disease.
The parents of an Aberdeenshire biker, who died in a crash with a lorry, have paid tribute to their “amazing son”.
The family of the late Press and Journal farming editor Joe Watson has unveiled a bench to commemorate him and his father.
An under-pressure food bank has launched an urgent appeal for a permanent base in the north-east so it can help meet demands.
A young campaigner has penned an energetic song as part of an impassioned plea to encourage doctors to move to Moray.
Plans for a new £4.5million life sciences centre at Inverness Campus have moved another step closer.
Union Terrace Gardens is to close for five weeks while pits and holes are dug ahead of a £20million revamp.
A pensioner has died in hospital following a crash on a Highland road as his family took him to visit the Russian Arctic Convoy Museum for the first time.
Game season is here – and I’m thrilled.
Heritage chiefs have pledged to investigate ways to help restore and preserve an iconic piece of Moray architecture.
A bequest from a popular businessman has sparked a project to improve a coastal path at a Moray beauty spot.
A new manager is at the helm of a north-east community organisation.
Metal detectors should be trialled in schools to protect children from knife crime, a senior Liberal Democrat has said.
A new multimillion-pound school has taken another major step forward.
Work has begun on a new £2.5million heritage centre in Royal Deeside this week, but more than half the funds are still needed before completion.
Auchbreck House stands for everything the Sutherland family have achieved, and over the past 30 years it has been transformed from a neglected farm to a stunning family home complete with swimming pool.
An Aberdeen man led police on a chase through gardens after being caught sitting on a motorcycle he had stolen.
A tragic couple found dead outside their Outer Hebridean home in freezing conditions last year are to be remembered by the community they served for years.
One of Aberdeen’s most famous statues took pride of place at the weekend after being returned to its plinth just outside Aberdeen.
They will be the first of their kind for Scotland when they are finished - and they will create a safe walkway for the north-east’s four-legged creatures.
He feared his Passport wouldn’t arrive in time for his first big holiday abroad with pals.
A Moray woman has made public shocking footage which shows a driver ploughing into her parked car - leaving the vehicle damaged beyond repair.
Engineers will shortly complete the £4.5million refurbishment of a landmark railway viaduct in the Highlands.