One of Scotland's largest solar farms will be built in the Buchan countryside, after councillors yesterday rubber-stamped the scheme.
They have a hectic schedule at this time of year.
Plans to introduce a priority single lane drop-off point outside a north-east school are being assessed with a public consultation.
The members of a council committee forced to consider a planning application submitted by one of their colleagues accepted they were taking the "cop out" option of passing the buck.
A former Scottish Maritime Academy pupil has won the trainee deckhand of the year accolade.
A popular bakery which closed down after 100 years of trading has reopened under a new name following a major refurbishment.
The 125th anniversary of a popular north-east museum is being marked with a parade and Victorian tea party.
A famous Aberdeenshire attraction will host a range of events to draw attention to the uncertain future of the salmon.
Organisers of the north-east's biggest agricultural show are promising visitors a taste of something new this year.
A north-east man has been fined after throwing a beer can at his then-girlfriend's head as she was getting onto her motorbike.
A pensioner who says she was almost "sucked onto the road" by the speed of two passing lorries has joined a rising number of people calling for new speed limits on a busy north-east route.
A Fraserburgh group will perform its own version of The Wizard of Oz to mark 80 years of the iconic tale.
A man has been arrested amid a police investigation into a car fire in the north-east countryside.
The north of Scotland is recognised for its high-quality attractions which bring visitors in from across the world.
It was a terrible illustration for those who volunteer for lifeboat duty of just how dangerous the job can be.
A north-east community centre could soon be home to a nursery and town library after councillors offered a funding guarantee.
A north-east project that uses the power of football to help pupils reach their education goals has won a national award.
A £500,000 project to rejuvenate Portsoy's last remaining church is nearing completion.
A north-east addiction recovery centre for women has marked its 10th anniversary.
A north-east MSP has joined local police officers for a day out on the beat.
Plans to create a new farm shop near Fraserburgh have been unanimously approved.
One of Police Scotland's largest missing person operations continues with today marking exactly five years since Shaun Ritchie disappeared.
A north-east head teacher was surprised by pupils and staff yesterday when they staged a farewell concert in her honour.
Residents in a small north-east village who were told their only road access to the outside world would be reopened months ago have expressed anger at how they are still stranded.
A Blue Toon bear which was handmade by a north-east learning disabilities charity has been gifted to the prime minister.
A flower festival to mark 175 years of St Andrews Parish Church opens today in Turriff as part of the congregation's celebrations.
Peterhead Seafood Festival will return on Saturday.
A north-east organisation which helps youngsters by teaching them circus skills has hailed 2018 a success.
An Aberdeenshire cafe which employs adults with learning difficulties has launched a campaign to raise £250,000 to expand.
Sea cadets old and young have celebrated the 80th anniversary of the unit in Peterhead by reminiscing upon glories past and looking forward to a bright future in the town.
A triumvirate of maritime enthusiasts, who are compiling a book on one of the world's most historic seafaring prizes have thanked Press and Journal readers for their help with the project.
The dedicated crew of the Fraserburgh RNLI Lifeboat crew are experiencing their busiest year on record - despite having a quarter of 2019 still to go.