The number of salmon catches on the River Dee has remained steady for a third year in a row.
A 78-year-old motorcyclist has been seriously injured after colliding with a car in Aberdeenshire.
A volunteer group in Portlethen has marked 30 years of supporting pensioners in need in their local community.
A man has been jailed for 12 months for drug offences.
For centuries, Scotland’s lighthouses have pierced the darkness and guided mariners safely home to their families through some of the country’s most dangerous waters.
An Aberdeenshire charity which sells second-hand goods to help those in need has celebrated its 20th anniversary.
A Peterhead man has lost his wife and job after he was caught sending sexually explicit messages to an undercover police officer posing as a young girl.
A busy commuter road in Aberdeen could be shut for up to a year to allow for construction work.
A neglected horse who was saved by an Aberdeenshire rescue centre has been crowned the Rehomed Horse of the Year for helping his owner get through a serious illness.
Artists are preparing to break the mould this weekend to celebrate a sculpture workshop's 40th year in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire.
A flight from Aberdeen to Shetland was forced to return to the Aberdeen Airport runway mid-flight after a warning of potential landing gear issues.
A family butcher that has served an Aberdeenshire community for 24 years will close for good later this year, partly due to competition from large supermarket chains.
A petition with almost 600 signatures, calling for Aberdeenshire Council to oppose the dualling of the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road, will be considered by councillors next week.
An Aberdeenshire family has been left heartbroken after a "much-loved" grandfather died when he was struck by a bus.
Work on the major expansion of an Aberdeenshire sports centre backed by tennis legend Judy Murray could start next year.
A teenage sex offender who started a string of devastating wildfires in Aberdeen has been sentenced to nine months in detention.
Health chiefs have been urged to be open about any potential delays to a multi-million-pound development at the north-east’s flagship hospital.
Hundreds of cyclists set up camp in Strathdon yesterday in the grounds of the famous Lonach Gathering, after completing the seventh day of a 980-mile journey across the UK.
A north-east mum and dad are celebrating the arrival of a very special Christmas present at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital.
Construction of controversial housing development to start this year, after Scottish Government overturns Aberdeenshire Council
Work on a controversial housing development, which attracted more than 650 letters of objection, will start this year, after the Scottish Government overturned a decision by Aberdeenshire Council to refuse the application.
Council’s plans to reduce traffic speeds in Newburgh could have opposite effect, community council fears
Council plans to slow down traffic in an Aberdeenshire village could instead make drivers go even faster, the local community fears.
Aberdeen prosecutor in court accused of sending message to beautician that left her fearing she would be deported
A beautician told a court she was left “shattered”, crying and fearing she could be removed from Scotland after a prosecutor allegedly sent her a message saying he was “responsible for making recommendations on deportation matters”.
A 97-year-old war hero is preparing to parachute into Arnhem in the Netherlands this weekend - 75 years after he was captured there.
A royal landmark in Deeside has celebrated the end of its “incredible first year”, after it rose from the ashes of a devastating blaze.
Westhill Academy pupils praised for academic success in ‘particularly difficult year’ that involved death of classmate Liam Smith
Pupils at an Aberdeenshire school have been praised for their academic success in a “particularly difficult year” that involved the death of one of their classmates.
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.
Inverurie’s only remaining post office fears it could close over poor pay and ‘insanely archaic’ business rates
A postmaster has warned communities across the north-east could be left without a post office unless "big changes" are made.
Fears building £31million flood protection scheme over fairways of Ballater Golf Course could cost tourism income
An 11-foot high wall could be driven through the heart of Ballater's golf course and caravan park as part of a proposed £31 million flood protection scheme.
A teenager has appeared in court after causing a disturbance at an Aberdeenshire school by loudly threatening to “deck” one of its pupils over an unpaid debt.
Scottish Government should step in to repair Aberdeenshire bridge after doing so in Moray, MSP argues
The Scottish Government should step in to help fund repairs of a vital Deeside bridge after it opted to do so in Moray, an MSP has argued.
A sheriff has warned a north-east gardener who admitted swindling almost £85,000 from his customers that he may go to jail.
A car has been seriously damaged by fire during a spate of blazes in Aberdeen which police believe may have been started deliberately.