The national tourism agency describes Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park as “quite a big deal”.
The lights are about to go green on Scotland's motorsport season - and North-east drivers and riders are looking to be very much in the mix.
A tourism boss said today new golf course would be "crucial" in drawing more visitors to the North-east.
Hundreds of people have been housed in temporary accommodation for months on end in Aberdeen.
The new leader of the main opposition party at Aberdeen City Council was announced today.
The leader of the SNP group at Aberdeen City Council has today said that she is stepping down to make way for "fresh talent".
Two men are due to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court today following the recovery of cocaine and cannabis from the city.
Police in the North-east have made one of the biggest drug recoveries in recent years.
Up to 15 taxis are being taken off the road every month in Aberdeen because of drivers breaking the law.
A key treatment target time was missed for nearly 1,500 North-east patients, health chiefs revealed today.
Some streets in the Granite City have been raking in nearly £40,000 a year in parking charges.
Health chiefs were today looking for help to take patients on a trip down memory lane.
An Aberdeen surgeon removed a woman's ovaries without getting proper consent, a watchdog has ruled.
Fire crews were today attending a blaze in the former Gap store in Aberdeen city centre.
Fire crews were called to two North-east homes today in separate call-outs.
Two people escaped serious injury today after their car left a North-east road. The accident happened on the B9031 Rosehearty to Sandhaven, near Fraserburgh, at around 12.30am. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were called to the scene but a spokeswoman said the car’s occupants had freed themselves.
A number of schools were shut today as high winds battered the North-east. Six Aberdeenshire primaries were left without power – Auchnagatt, Easterfield, Finzean, Largue, Kincardine O’Neil and Forgue. A council statement said the schools were “closed to everyone”.
This is the historic moment a massive investment package was signed off for the Granite City.
A police control room in the North-east was today given a six-month stay of execution.
Opposition leaders today said major questions remained over how Aberdeen City Council would close a £26 million funding gap.
Today, we map out what will happen to local roads along the length of the new Aberdeen bypass.
THE Granite City was revealed today as having some of the country's most polluted streets in a report by an environment pressure group.
The North-east could be on course for its wettest winter ever.
The Scottish Government is to pump £3.4 million into the North-east to help flood-battered communities.
STAFF at the University of Aberdeen today backed potential strike action in a jobs dispute.
FIREBUGS were today blamed for a blaze that damaged a North-east school in the early hours of New Year's Day.
A NORTH-EAST politician said today more needed to be done to galvanise the North Sea oil and gas industry. Writing for Energy Voice, Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig said: “New Year is a time for a new approach to the mature oil fields of the North Sea.” For the full story, see Energy Voice.
AN offshore union boss today described the impact of plunging oil prices and the fall-out for North Sea workers.
ASSAULTS in Aberdeen city centre have dropped by almost a third over three years.
A WOMAN was taken to hospital today after she was hit by a bus in Aberdeen. The accident happened around 2.50pm in George Street. A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We received an emergency call about a woman struck by a bus.” The woman was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary with what were described as “minor injuries”.