The transformation of a former railway station near Turriff into a housing development have gone off track, with proposals recommended for refusal by planners.
A police chief has said there can be "no let up" on drink-driving after new figures revealed there has been little decline since the legal limit was lowered.
Scottish beer drinkers have been asked to raise a glass to their local breweries this Christmas as a new strategy is launched to grow the sector into a £30billion a year industry.
A dog handler has appeared in court charged with dangerous driving following a crash that led to the death of his Labrador.
An investigation has been launched after the decapitated head of a deer was found on top of a bucket close to a five-star hotel.
Visitor numbers in Aberdeen have soared in the last year - prompting predictions from industry chiefs that tourism will generate £1billion a year by 2023.
The future of the final Aberdeen International Youth Festival has been thrown into doubt after it emerged the council has not handed over its last chunk of funding.
Conservationists have pulled an entire snowman’s worth of an invasive plant from a north-east riverbank.
Fears have been raised that midwives across Scotland are facing increasing pressures due to lack of staff and the increasing age and obesity rates of expectant mothers.
A north-east woman who struggled with drug addiction and eating disorders is preparing to take on a marathon to raise cash for a charity that helps people across the country to overcome their own problems.
A hefty bill for taxi fares equating to salaries for almost 30 nurses has been run up by NHS Grampian in the last year.
A widower has claimed on-call nurses refused to help his terminally-ill wife during her time of need - because they were nearly finished their shift.
Tonnes upon tonnes of freshly landed herring, cod and haddock were swapped for silverware, champagne flutes and fine dining at the new Peterhead Fish Market this weekend as it was officially opened by the Duke of Rothesay.
Voluntary groups across the north and north-east are celebrating after being given the highest award possible from the Queen.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) has finally opened to motorists after decades upon decades of political - and literal - gridlock in the north-east.
Hopes for improved cancer care across the north as plans move ahead for multi-million-pound particle accelerator
NHS Grampian hope to use a new multi-million-pound particle accelerator to improve cancer care and more across the north of Scotland.
NHS Grampian’s flagship £10million car park has come under fire from concerned parents of disabled youngsters who believe it is adding to the stress of hospital visits.
Celine Dion, Oasis and The Smiths are an example of the calibre of names that will be attracted to the city's new £333 million gig venue, council leaders have claimed.
The mother of Aberdeen school pupil Bailey Gwynne has raised thousands of pounds for a knife crime charity in memory of her son, who died three years ago in a tragic school stabbing.
Plans for the long-awaited £24 million Laurencekirk flyover will step up a gear later this month.
Two universities have teamed up to address the shortage of home economics teachers across the north-east.
More than 100 workers have been injured during the construction of the north-east's long-awaited £745million bypass.
Hard-pressed staff at HMP Grampian are being assaulted on an almost weekly basis, new figures have revealed.
A fatal accident inquiry will be launched into the death of a school bus driver who died in a three-vehicle crash on a north-east road late last year.
Aberdeen railway station urged to improve disabled access after woman told to hobble across level crossing
A woman recovering from a knee replacement was told to hobble across a level crossing when she arrived at Aberdeen Railway Station - or be carried up the stairs.
A plaque commemorating one of Aberdeen’s most famous suffragettes could soon be erected in her honour.
NHS Grampian has prepared a special task force composed of key members of the health board’s leadership to deal with the potential impact of Brexit.
Just five youth groups have applied for a share of £100,000 for a project set up to replace the hugely popular Aberdeen International Youth Festival.
An engineer has been convicted of killing a north-east binman by driving carelessly.
Staff from Aberdeen’s Prime Four business park are used to feeling like they’re drowning in paperwork in the office, but yesterday they were keeping their heads above water in a more literal fashion to mark the launch of a fundraising obstacle race.
Aberdeen City Council has raked in more than £7million pounds worth of fines from bus lane and bus gate fines over the past three and a half years.
A senior police inspector has urged parents to “be intrusive” to help keep their children safe from the dangers of social media and sexting.