Get the Grampian Online titles sent to your inbox every week and swipe through an exact replica of the day's newspaper
MP Richard Thomson discusses the problem in the UK and the steps being taken.
After earning distinctions in every year of her five year medical course, Ebony Martin was named as Aberdeen University's top female medical graduate.
Fifteen organisations share more than £50,000 in latest round from Hill of Towie Community Benefit Fund.
Tom Fletcher, Robert Webb and A J Odudu are the first of this year's participants who will take to the dance floor.
Register to be the first to find out when we go live.
Th Huntly headquartered whisky firm which bought the Castle Hotel has now also purchased The Bank Restaurant in the town centre and will open it soon.
NURSERY-age children across Moray will now be eligible for increased childcare hours thanks to a new Scotland-wide scheme.
England has confirmed the move with Scotland also expected to make formal confirmation shortly.
Honorary degree for four decades of leadership in whisky and cashmere sectors.
A farmer who it was said is never afraid to speak out and lobby views and opinions, whatever the audience has been hailed an unsung hero in the NFU.
Whether you want to get a foot on the first step of the ladder, have been made redundant or are yearning to retrain, there is help.
The London-listed firm said its operating profit increased by 31% to £116m for the six months to June.
The Sports Direct founder is now planning to hand over the reins of his Frasers Group vehicle to his prospective son-in-law.
It is proposed that Michael Murray – the retail tycoon’s prospective son-in-law – will become chief executive in May.
The engine-maker posted interim profits of £393m in a marked improvement from mammoth losses of £5.4bn a year ago.
THE heavens opened on the first day of the Forsyth's Buckpool four day open, but the deluge couldn't dampen the joy felt at the return of the contest.
Inverurie's experienced side got the better of the young Turriff squad to finish up with a 4-1 win at the Haughs.
Hard games keep coming for the Kynoch Parkers.
Locos won 5-0 on day one while Lossie were defeated by the same score - but the sides shared the spoils at Grant Park.
A 2-0 success at Station Park got Vale off the mark for the league season.
Manager Graeme Stewart keen to overturn Jags recent cup loss in Pitmedden.
Cuminestown's Team GB cyclist Neah Evans has won a silver medal at the Olympics in Tokyo as part of the women's team pursuit squad.
Champions Hopeman still lead the way with Buckie United well placed.
Four young people will be selected by the Hollywood star to take a fully funded place at the Inverness performing arts school.
Our latest City Seen Flashback pictures are from a night out in Inverness in the summer of 2014.
When I was eight, I got a typewriter for my birthday.
ACTIVE OUTDOORS: Jenny Gillies makes a change of plan as she explores the high tops around Jock's Road in the southern Cairngorms
An end-terraced house currently being run as a successful guest house, the property is ideally located for access to the local transport networks.
Comedian Jack Dee has announced he will return to the north-east in 2022.
Having worked with a publisher for her first two books, Helen Forbes talks abut the experience of self-publishing her new one
New band has made around 30 song demos ... and are ready to rock
A new line-up and a new project will be included on the bill
Scottish Opera’s Young Company, a training programme for 17 to 23 year olds, is back performing live outdoors.
Artist's exhibition celebrating the islands inspires a mini-festival of events
Plans made by the band in advance keep the releases coming