For most schoolboys, having their very own boat would seem like a dream come true.
Dementia sufferers in one of Scotland's oldest care homes could be forced to move at least 100 miles from their family unless it can be saved from closure.
A moray nursery worker has been struck off after assaulting a nine-month-old baby.
Like turkeys voting for Christmas… Councillors accidentally vote themselves out of power in Aberdeenshire
SNP councillors in Aberdeenshire have voted themselves out of power - by accident.
Highland politician caught parking in disabled bay at Raigmore Hospital… And she doesn’t have a blue badge
Highland Council's opposition leader is at the centre of a row after being snapped parking in a disabled bay without a blue badge.
The Scot who knew Fidel Castro best has paid tribute to the late Cuban leader.
A north-east councillor has called for travellers who leave a mess in their wake to be tracked down and billed for the clear-up.
A grieving woman has branded a north-east care home "disgusting" after staff threw out her mother's belongings just days after she died.
A former Spitfire pilot who launched Scotland's skiing industry is getting a special present for his 100th birthday - a new ski run named after him.
World-class cyclists will take to the streets of Aberdeen next year if plans to host a stage of a major event are approved.
Ellon man who was right hand man to Peter the Great has diaries finally published 317 years after death
A 20-year project to tell the fascinating true tale of an Aberdeenshire soldier of fortune who rose through the ranks to become a general, rear-admiral and right-hand man of a Russian tsar came to fruition yesterday.
This may be the last time the popular Christmas market is held on Union Terrace, as work on pedestrianising Broad Street will begin next year.
Aberdeen City Council's £80,000 a year "happiness tsar" has been signed off work with stress.
Locals have been left baffled after discovering a vehicle crashed half way up a Highland home.
Great British Bake Off’s north-east star Norman Calder presents his fourth video with the Press and Journal in association with Laing’s of Inverurie.
He is the symbol of Christmas to many families around the world, capturing imaginations with his magic.
A leading Highland historian scooped a top prize at the prestigious Saltire Literary Awards last night.
The Scottish Government was last night accused of jeopardising 50 years of progress in the Highlands after axing local control of the region's business agency.
A bride-to-be's dream day is in jeopardy after she was caught slumped in her car while four times the drink-drive limit.
A brave Aberdeen schoolboy who was the youngest person to receive a mechanical heart pump is battling a blood clot.
Brave toddler Finn Mackin is too young to know that the selfless actions of more than 50 strangers is the reason he is alive today.
A knife-wielding man abducted bosses at a remote Highland hostel and held them hostage as he went on a terrifying drunken "rampage".
A loans business backed by Sir Richard Branson will launch an "entrepreneur hub" in Aberdeen next week after lending £25,000 to a local firm.
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A terrified seal pup has been captured on film seeking shelter from a pod of killer whales by hiding beneath a boat.
Alma House is a mid-Victoria villa surrounding by over an acre of glorious gardens.
A knife-wielding man who went on a terrifying rampage at a remote Highland hostel and held six people hostage will be sentenced next month.
Mark and Benita Cutter thought their chance of ever becoming parents was lost when they discovered that their surrogate mother was actually a conwoman two years ago.
A man who tried to break into a Highland jewellery store with an axe was jailed for two years yesterday.
These pictures reveal the shocking damage that caused a north-east school to close its doors.
Aberdeen has been given a “strong vote of confidence” with the formal agreement of a £250million programme to improve infrastructure, business and jobs over the next decade.
A Buckie woman who made history as the town's first female firefighter says Moray's stations should no longer be a male domain.