With this month’s epic snowfall already a distant memory, Gayle discovers she can still go sledging – on sand dunes!
The target of securing a new contract with Ross County will be a driving factor for veteran winger Michael Gardyne in the coming weeks.
Forty firefighters are battling a blaze at a school in Invergordon this morning.
Budget supermarket Lidl has issued an urgent recall over concerns one of its meat products may contain pieces of plastic.
Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor is happy to put talk of a new contract to one side and focus fully on his team’s push for a top-three finish.
Ross County manager John Hughes has called for his side to show courage on the ball to unlock St Mirren in today’s Premiership encounter.
Brechin’s abattoir is battling to clear a backlog of 15,000 slaughter-ready pigs which built up on Scotland farms after the plant closed for two weeks in January.
A winter surge in Covid cases in Moray was fuelled by residents mixing with other households having had no exposure to the virus, a leading...
A Highland hotel is helping cancer patients receive their treatment on the road by raising more than £2,000 for charity.
An innovative tourism website has been launched to help support the industry in the Highlands post Covid-19.
An Oban woman has been left unable to cook in her kitchen or spend time in her flat after she refused to share it with rats which have taken up residence.
As thoughts turn to fertiliser applications to bolster arable and grass crops for spring growth, manufacturers have unveiled new broadcasters with features designed to deliver...
Nurses in Aberdeen are "paying forward some kindness" by totting up sponsored miles on their breaks to raise thousands for food...
A Highland priest has come up with an unusual way to help his community feel part of the church during lockdown.
Farmers who grow malting barley for Simpsons Malt of Berwick-upon-Tweed are getting assistance from the firm to gain sustainability accreditation.
Police have issued an appeal for help in tracking down a missing Aberdeen pensioner.
Caley Thistle interim manager Neil McCann hopes his newly-inherited squad have done their management team proud after...
EU red tape that has been creating delays to seafood industry exports from the UK is being cut, the Scottish Seafood Exports Task Force has heard.
Alex Salmond has accused Nicola Sturgeon of breaking the ministerial code as he demanded the resignations of a series of top government and SNP officials.
Filming for Hollywood film Tetris has now wrapped up in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen faces becoming a "ghost town" as hundreds of jobs are axed following Debenhams closure due to...
John Mallard, the pioneering Aberdeen physicist who helped create the world's first full-body MRI scanner, has died at the age of 94.
It is almost a fortnight since The Press and Journal and Evening Express jointly launched ourWe Art Our Heroes campaign and we have been absolutely thrilled by the...
Despite current lockdown restrictions in place young gamers are exploring the Cairngorms - through the world of Minecraft.
One in four people in the north-east has received at least their first dose of a Covid vaccine, according to the latest stats.
NHS Highland workers have been praised for giving more than 100,000 vaccinations so far in the Covid crisis.
Construction equipment worth about £5,ooo has been stolen from a site in Tornagrain, near Inverness.
Three employees at a Moray timber factory have tested positive for Covid-19 in the last week amid concerns about a high number of cases across the region.
Dougie MacIntyre Senior, regarded as one of the greatest shinty players of all time, has died at the age of 89.
A further three people across the north-east have died in the past 24 hours after testing positive for Covid.
A north-east ski centre has been given approval for several zipwire attractions.
The procurement process is underway for a further six miles of the A9 dualling programme.