A Highland cow has almost jumped over the moon as part of a campaign to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
A pensioner could face the rest of his life behind bars after being found guilty of four historic sex crimes.
The head of a national charity for deaf people has warned against a potential scam artist targeting well-intentioned people in Aberdeen with a fake fundraiser.
A councillor has been formally reprimanded by an ethics watchdog after he failed to reveal shares in his own company in time.
A Hogmanay celebration could make a comeback in an Aberdeenshire town after councillors rubber-stamped new plans signalling its return.
Three nightclubs in Aberdeen city centre have gone up for sale or lease.
A group of three friends in Aberdeen are preparing to raise a glass for improved mental health awareness with a special not-for-profit beer designed to generate cash for good causes.
An online auction company’s plans to transform a derelict quarry in Aberdeenshire into a “state of the art whisky tourism destination” have been delayed by councillors.
The fate of a 500-year-old mill and plans to transform it into a historic visitor attraction has been pushed back to September.
Eight vehicles have been involved in a major crash on a busy road close to Stonehaven.
The emergency services have been called to the scene of a crash in Aberdeenshire this afternoon. Police officers received reports of an incident on the A944 Westhill to Alford road shortly before 5.30pm. The crash has taken place close to Dunecht. More to follow.
A safety campaign to help protect bikers from becoming yet another fatality on Scotland’s roads has shifted up a gear.
A woman has been rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries this afternoon after a crash just outside of a north-east town.
A mysterious avian menace believed to have escaped from a falconer has been dive-bombing at the heads of innocent walkers and cyclists on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
New figures that show no driver has been fined for speeding on Union Street in the past four years have raised questions over whether motorists are being adequately monitored.
A long-awaited new police station in Peterhead could be open by early next year.
Allowing a 327-foot turbine to be erected in Aberdeenshire could interfere with radar and cause pilots to re-route mid-flight, planners have warned.
Some of the earliest evidence of farming in Scotland has been discovered by archaeologists near Stonehaven.
Travellers’ tears of joy as controversial St Cyrus site approved retroactively by Aberdeenshire Council
Emotional members of the travelling community shed tears of joy and erupted in applause in the Aberdeenshire council chamber yesterday after plans to legitimise a controversial caravan site in St Cyrus received overwhelming approval following a six-year battle.
An Aberdeen grandmother has celebrated 26 years of volunteering in the charity café within Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
Fears have been raised that the health care of patients could be at risk if services at an Aberdeenshire hospital are downgraded, ahead of a public consultation on its future next week.
Police have been called to a serious crash near Grantown this evening.
A rare species of moth made famous by the spooky skull on its back and a leading role in The Silence Of The Lambs has been found stealing honey from an Aberdeenshire beehive.
More than 700 people have signed a petition to save a historic bridge between two Deeside communities, after it was suddenly closed to traffic earlier this year.
A96 must be dualled ‘as soon as possible’ to prevent further heartbreak, after nine deaths in a year
Safety campaigners say the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road must be dualled as swiftly as possible in the wake of a ninth death in 12 months.
Whisky auction business plans for new centre and tasting room near Pitmedden recommended for refusal
Plans put forward by an online whisky auction company to build a new base of operations, including a tasting room, at an Aberdeenshire quarry have been recommended for refusal.
A £390,000 project to carry out road improvements on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road will begin today.
Vandals have racked up a repairs bill of more than £750,000 by targeting schools across the north and north-east.
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 pensioner who went missing yesterday from his home in Elgin has been traced.
A businesswoman's hopes of opening a Chinese takeaway in an Aberdeenshire village have been dashed amid concerns it could stink up silk scarves at a nearby shop, among other worries.
An Aberdeenshire congregation which has lacked a permanent minister for three years has had its prayers answered - in the form of a hill-walking reverend from Lanarkshire.