A popular TV wildlife presenter will discuss his close-calls with some of the world's most dangerous animals during a talk in Aberdeen next month.
Rock, jazz, swing, soul – and even ukuleles – will provide the soundtrack to Scotland’s biggest summer beer festival.
A section of the A96 at Oyne Fork is to receive a £225,000 upgrade.
A sheriff told a man who threatened to kill his own father that his behaviour was "disgraceful" yesterday.
Out of this world movies are coming to Aberdeen to celebrate the achievements of the UK's space programme.
Work begins tomorrow for five nights to undertake road improvement works on the A90 at Newton of Sandford.
A planning application has been lodged to transform a “dilapidated” former joinery business into a eco-friendly house.
People in the north-east are being encouraged to volunteer for the Children’s Panel.
An Aberdeenshire school which has been touched by tragedy in recent years is calling for support to finish work on a memorial garden honouring past staff and pupils.
A car has crashed through the window of the Wild Boar on Belmont Street.
The first snowfall of the year brought with it power outages, school closures, a string of accidents and widespread transport delays.
A toy bear was reunited with its owner after being forgotten in a local post office.
Road closures will be in effect next week as a BEAR Scotland safety scheme enters its second phase.
The son of rugby legend Doddie Weir has commended the fundraising efforts a group of Stonehaven residents have undertaken in honour of his dad.
Nurse tells trial she had to bar 85-year-old from hospital after he allegedly sexually assaulted patients
Nurses have told a court they were forced to bar an 85-year-old from a hospital ward after he allegedly sexually assaulted women there.
It was a race against time for Vanessa and Stuart Bremner, whose baby Jack was born just an hour after they made it to hospital on New Year's Day.
A charitable trust has announced plans to preserve and restore an important site in Deeside.
A Robert Gordon's College teacher has won a prestigious award.
A multicultural family event which celebrates cultural diversity in Aberdeen will return to the city this Sunday.
The majority of Scottish deaf patients surveyed in a new report have claimed they lack access to essential pieces of hearing equipment.
A north-east woman has been recognised for ten years of fundraising success.
A controversial Aberdeenshire knackery could be close to re-opening.
A major refurbishment of a north-east lighthouse is nearly complete.
Three of Scotland’s leading charities have combined forces to improve the lives of veterans across Scotland.
A Royal Navy warship has returned to Aberdeen for the first time in nearly three years.
A group of Aberdeen residents is celebrating the success of a year-long transformation of a community garden.
Councillors will be asked to approve plans for nearly 100 new homes in Stonehaven next week.
The north-east's first ever police dog handler met some of the latest crime-fighting pooches yesterday to mark 60 years of the unit.
Theresa Riggi defied all the usual stereotypes of a cold-blooded killer.
Councillors on the Marr Area Committee yesterday approved plans for 32 houses in Kennethmont, despite residents' concerns for local wildlife.
A new book is telling the all-but-forgotten story behind Christ's College in Aberdeen - which is better known today as the College Bar.
A man who carried out a "frenzied attack" on his defenceless dog has been banned from keeping animals for two years.