Mountain rescues have risen by 20% in northern Scotland this year as increasing numbers of people head outdoors for exercise.
Hillwalkers and climbers are being encouraged to plan their walks and be prepared for all eventualities following an increase in mountain rescue call-outs.
Stroke patients in Scotland will start to benefit this year from a new service that aims to reduce the risk of long-term disability, the Scottish Government has said.
Rising coronavirus cases in Tayside are being closely monitored, the First Minister has said, with the potential for restrictions in the area to be increased.
More than 2,000 healthcare staff in a Scottish health board have taken part in a new study looking at their prevalence of coronavirus antibodies.
The Met Office has issued a warning for heavy rain has been issued for the weekend.
Large quantities of drugs, tens of thousands of pounds in cash and weapons including a Samurai sword have been recovered in a county lines day of action by police.
Racist incidents in NHS Grampian could be more common than officials are aware of despite the steps being taken to tackle the “corrosive and destructive” problem.
Nicola Sturgeon has said there is a “risk” that Covid restrictions on household gatherings will have to be tightened again, as positive cases surged to a three-month high.
Scotland has recorded 88 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours, the highest daily rise in the past week.
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The police officer who died on duty has been named as Roy Buggins.
Police officers working on the streets of the north-east have been given mobile devices to let them spend more time working in communities.
A picture of a missing Aberdeen man's car has been released today as efforts to find him continue.
Two people have been treated by medics after a large fire at a Tayside hospital.
The Tay Road Bridge is reopened following an incident.
A north-east road has been shut after a one vehicle crash.
Scottish hairdresser will work for free to ensure every child will ‘feel special’ on their return to school
Community spirit in a Scottish town appears to be a cut above the rest amid concerns poverty is continuing to cause serious problems for children and families in the area.
A man has been charged in connection with the disappearance of a Dundee dog.
A health chief has moved to reassure staff they will not be forced to work outside the north-east.
Police have confirmed a missing Scottish woman who has links to Aberdeen has been found safe and well. Samantha Maher, from Kirriemuir, was reported missing from her home on Monday. Police have thanked members of the public for their assistance.
One man has been arrested and eight vehicles seized after a major police operation on the A90.
New statistics show there have been scores of attacks on ambulance workers in the last five years and one, had it succeeded, could have killed the worker.
A driver clocked at almost 150mph on the A90 has dodged the courts because the high-performance car they were in had cloned registration plates.
An elderly man has died after a crash on a North-east road today.
A TEENAGE girl who had been reported missing has been found safe and well. Officers in Tayside have now traced 15-year-old Elizabeth Toledo, who was last seen at 8.20pm in the Victoria Park area of Arbroath on Saturday night. A search and rescue helicopter was drafted in to help with the search this afternoon.