Crowds gathered at Stonehenge on Sunday morning to mark the winter solstice and witness the sunrise after the longest night of the year.
A school crossing patroller has slammed the lack of treatment of icebound pavements near Miller Academy primary in Thurso this week.
The famous Cairngorms reindeer have won an unusual accolade - by helping the area to be named as among the top seven places in the world to see Rudolph and his friends.
Moray Council’s winter arrangements have been defended after a gritter crash left staff short of cover.
The first avalanche of the winter has been recorded in the Cairngorms.
A deer has been saved by two modern-day cowboys who lassoed it out of a frozen lake.
Police have closed the snow gates on a Moray road after a number of vehicles became stranded.
A Highland driver is facing a fine and three points on his licence after being stopped by police with his windscreen almost entirely covered with ice.
Aberdeenshire Council’s roads team is currently “revising operational plans” to help make sure as many voters as possible can go to polling stations on December 12, regardless of potentially disruptive wintry weather.
Motorists are advised to take care on roads this morning as temperatures across the region drop.
Drivers have been losing control of their vehicles on the icy streets of a new Aberdeenshire housing scheme because the developer has refused to provide grit bins.
People across the north-east woke up to wintry scenes this morning as the first real cold snap of the season hit.
Winter is well underway in the north and north-east of Scotland as another night of plunging temperatures left many areas with a fresh covering of snow this morning.
Aberdeen's emergency services and the City Council have joined forces warning people to ‘be prepared’ for winter weather conditions.
Work has today started on Aberdeen’s Christmas Village.
NHS Grampian ploughs extra £1 million into action plan to free up hospital beds and keep A&E departments moving this winter
NHS Grampian will plough an extra £1 million into an action plan designed to help hospitals cope with a surge in demand over the winter.
A general election in mid-December has prompted talk of voters staying away from the polls, discouraged by cold weather and darker evenings.
The team tasked with keeping Moray’s roads clear from snow and ice during the winter have vowed they are “prepared for the worst”.
Aberdeen council’s transport chief has insisted she is “confident” the city is prepared for the worst of the weather - with forecasters predicting a rough winter in the coming months.
Moray's clothing bank for children has launched its winter appeal for warm coats and jackets for youngsters in need.
Aberdeen council bosses are “confident” the city’s roads will be kept clear in even the harshest of winters, a committee was told yesterday.
Aberdeen City Council warns it is only prepared for ‘mild’ winter as forecasters predict coldest one for decades
Aberdeen City Council has been warned that its winter roads budget will only be able to cope with a mild season - while forecasters have predicted the coldest in more than 30 years.
Councillors have approved a winter payment to help with heating costs for the most vulnerable in the Inverness area this winter.
Bin lorry drivers have been trained in gritters to help hard-working council staff keep north-east roads safe from snow and ice this winter.
Hard-up infrastructure chiefs could be forced to dip into their reserves to find the cash to prepare and respond to even a mild winter, they have claimed.
It might only be summer, but council bosses are already planning for Christmas.
A Strathdon community hit badly by the snow every year is celebrating after a new warning system went live.
A record temperature set in Aberdeen 122 years ago has been broken in Aboyne today.
Scotland’s mountain experts have issued a warning about the dangers of cornices after one was spotted on a Highland peak.
Scores of volunteers have signed up to help ensure Aberdeenshire's roads and pavements are safe as the wintry weather continues.
The passion of nearly 1,000 Shetlanders for their Viking heritage burned bright last night for the spectacular climax to Up Helly Aa.
No business like snow business – get a behind the scenes look at the machines keeping snow off the ground at Aberdeen Airport
Snow has landed in Aberdeen but it won't be lying anytime soon at the international airport.