Lauren Yule is softly spoken, and flushes crimson when talking about herself.
A Fraserburgh artist has hit out at "disgraceful" graffiti that has been scrawled outside his studio.
A special guest launched the Aberdeen edition of Monopoly yesterday.
An Aberdeen stalwart has been honoured by a talented group of students after her generous efforts to provide musical instruments for them.
A Highland charity event has become a runaway success after raising more than £56,000 in support of cancer sufferers.
Police who received several reports from the public of a gunman roaming the streets of Inverness arrested a teenager two days later.
Inverness residents are calling for CCTV cameras to be installed to deter vandals from causing destruction at a beauty spot which was recently given a makeover.
A war hero who recently parachuted into Arnhem - 75 years after being captured there - has now received further recognition for his accomplishments.
A local historian is appealing for the public's help as he tries to piece together information on the family businesses which once thrived in a north-east town.
Two men have admitted running a sophisticated £500,000 drugs operation from a bungalow in a quiet north-east village.
A two-year-old Moray boy has marked the end of his brave battle with cancer by ‘ringing the bell’.
Aberdeen primary children have named the city’s 10 main road gritters – with the winning names entries including Sandy Spitter the Big Gritter and The Gritest Showman.
Mechanical engineer appears in court after threatening Nicola Sturgeon with ‘bullet’ over independence stance
A north-east oil worker has admitted sending threats to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, saying she should “take a bullet” over her stance on independence.
Moray Council will look to more strictly legislate all forms of "sexual entertainment" by introducing a new licensing system for future business ventures.
A Moray charity formed following the death of a teenager has been appointed to deliver lifesaving skills in the region’s schools.
Hotel workers living in staff accommodation across the Cairngorms face eviction to make way for paying tourists, it has been claimed – placing an added strain on a housing crisis in the region.
A joint police and fire investigation is underway after fire tore through the former territorial army barracks site on Tuesday evening.
North-east teen who overcame shock stroke aged just 14 is shortlisted for the Scottish Portrait Awards 2019
Brenna Collie was aged just 14 when she was suffered a devastating stroke.
It is one of the biggest studies of its kind ever carried out by researchers in Scotland.
The good fortune experienced by three north-east lottery millionaires has proved a lucky charm for many others.
Rare paintings created for the last great emperor of China, and once owned by a lieutenant from the north-east, are expected to sell for up to £50,000.
Plans to build a new £10 million bridge in Elgin have been pushed back five years amid hopes the upgraded A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road will stop traffic in the town grinding to a halt.
The family of Ruairidh Sandison have donated almost £3,000 to charity in his memory.
An unassuming office in Inverness's Harbour Road is home to a nationally-important nerve centre dedicated to tackling online crime.
Fears building £31million flood protection scheme over fairways of Ballater Golf Course could cost tourism income
An 11-foot high wall could be driven through the heart of Ballater's golf course and caravan park as part of a proposed £31 million flood protection scheme.
Shop workers were seen "crying at work" after a supermarket giant axed dozens of jobs in a north-east town.
Thousands turned out for a stunning fireworks display on the Beach Boulevard in Aberdeen.
A crack squad of retired senior detectives has been assembled to investigate “every avenue” surrounding the unsolved death of a north man.
Scotland’s first openly gay Kirk minister believes that society has become more tolerant since he was ordained 20 years ago.
A pensioner was seriously injured after an Aberdeen man drove along a pavement and struck her as she left a church service.
Aberdeenshire's very first "virtual head teacher" has been appointed.
Skiers on beleaguered Cairngorm Mountain are to be restricted to just 1,000 a day this winter – sparking anger among winter sports enthusiasts and fears over a threat to tourism.