Dozens of members of the farming community came out to honour the wishes of the family of a tragic father killed when a car fell on top of him.
In my day – normally a phrase reserved for reminiscing, or perhaps used to make a point to a sullen youngster.
A charity launched in memory of a Western Isles aid worker killed in Afghanistan is helping keep ancient folk tales alive in the troubled country.
Action will begin within days in an effort to tackle the winged menaces who have terrorised Elgin residents for years.
The youthful singing stars of Bishopmill Primary School will represent Moray in a nation-wide contest after wowing audiences at a glee club challenge this week.
VIDEO & GALLERY: Poignant moment as Brave models pay tribute to fallen ‘brothers’ during emotional evening
The lively atmosphere at a fashion show fundraiser gave way for a poignant moment as a group of men bonded by their experience of fighting cancer paid tribute to the "brothers" who could not be part of the night.
Controversial £1million plans for a four-star holiday village and 100-seat restaurant near Culloden Battlefield have been rejected by officials under delegated powers.
Aberdeen University is planning an ambitious multi-million-pound expansion to improve facilities for staff and students.
The husband-and-wife team who established a renowned Aberdeen jewellers have said “diamonds are forever” after marking their 60th wedding anniversary.
The Flying Scotsman arrived into the heart of Inverness last night following a spellbinding journey along the Highland Main Line.
The report into the NHS bullying scandal exposes close management-staff friendships and family ties within the organisation as probable causes for many allegations being ignored.
A Banff boy whose father had a stroke at the young age of 25 has raised more then £3,500 to help other stroke survivors.
A retired mechanic who once owned Scotland's largest assortment of vintage tractors will auction off the last of his collection tomorrow.
Troublesome youngsters could be banned from being in Aberdeen city centre for a day at a time – or face arrest.
A strike by air traffic controllers over a "double digit" pay award will close six airports across the north for 24 hours.
A driver who refused to give a breath test after nearly hitting a toddler has been disqualified for two years.
A woman who had to relearn how to walk after suffering a severe stroke is now preparing for a taxing charity challenge in order to help others.
A Highland composer and artist has spent hours inside a giant, dark wartime tunnels making a film capturing what is believed to be the longest echo in the world.
Three spots in Peterhead could soon be spruced up as part of a £75,000 regeneration project.
A stained glass window which has looked down on a north-east hall for 100 years has been removed so it can be repaired.
The mysterious welder who has secretly created stunning public art celebrating the sea all around Stonehaven has been unmasked.
Church bells will ring out across a Moray square once again as a historic clock is restored back to its former glory.
Little Adeline Davidson is an “energetic ball of fun” - but the brave two-year-old needs a blood transfusion every week just to stay alive.
An Aberdeen woman will swim more than 200 lengths to thank the "angels" who got her back on her feet.
A much-loved Aberdeen dog is enjoying a new lease of life thanks to receiving some new wheels.
The first turf has been dug at a cinema project for Lochaber.
Archaeologists on Orkney have discovered a 3,500-year-old burial cist.
A life-long Dons supporter affected by Alzheimer’s has hailed a scheme that lets him relive some of his beloved team’s finest hours.
An Aberdeenshire men’s shed group has been forced to look for a new home for its gardeners, after its horticultural area was destroyed by vandals for the umpteenth time in the last year.
An artist gave shoppers a live demonstration of her work yesterday as she began designing a sculpture for a charity trail.
Patients across the north and north-east remain in the grip of strong painkillers despite efforts to reduce the country's dependency.
When Donald Dewar spoke at the opening of the Scottish Parliament two decades ago he described the moment as “a new stage on a journey begun long ago and which has no end”.