The harbour road in Gardenstown was reopened yesterday after a monitoring system was installed to detect further landslips.
A Moray couple, who danced together when they teenagers, have just celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.
Eight weeks are now all that stand between a tiny north-east community and relief from the hugely damaging effects of a major landslip.
More north-east schoolchildren were found with blades than in any other part of the country last year, the Press and Journal can reveal.
Nearly 1,500 north-east cancer patients have had to leave the area for treatment in the last three years.
Thieves have stolen nearly £10,000 worth of lobster creels from Buckie - leaving fishermen facing “financial meltdown”.
A north-east firefighter is urging others to fellow in her footsteps and join the service.
NHS Grampian has splashed out more than £340,000 on pest control over the last four years, the Press and Journal can reveal.
The search for a crewmen, feared to have gone overboard from a ferry, was suspended last night.
Buckie fire crews have raised £50,000 for the charity that helped nurse an injured colleague back to health.
Councils across the north and north-east have spent more than £60million drafting in consultants, the Press and Journal can reveal.
More than £2million has been spent repairing north-east police stations in the last year three years.
The number of people fatally injured on Grampian’s roads are at a record low, new statistics have revealed.
Firefighters managed to save a well-known furniture shop from serious damage after a blaze broke out inside.
A north-east joiner has thanked firefighters for saving his workshop from the flames.
Vera Milne was just a teenager when war broke out in 1939 and she was left with two choices.
A fishing community has accused the council of neglect over the current state of a historic north-east harbour.
A north-east surfing club is preparing to fight windfarm developers over fears the project could destroy the “jewel in the crown” of their sport.
A Highland League football star has handed his local lifeboat crew a funding boost.
An iconic painting damaged during an alleged break-in at a Banff cafe has been restored to its former glory.
A major probe is under way after a man died and four others were taken to hospital following an incident onboard a north-east fishing vessel.
An Aberdeen cyclist won his battle against the sun as he completed a roundtrip to Peterhead to raise funds for children in Kenya.
One of the country’s leading water rescue experts has been appointed to lead the fire service in the north-east.
The names of every man who died in the Piper Alpha disaster will be read aloud at a special memorial service next week.
A group of councillors battling to save their local banks took their fight to Royal Bank of Scotland’s door yesterday.
A Deeside train station damaged in a huge fire will reopen in time to capitalise on this year’s lucrative tourist season.
The Coastguard yesterday vowed to “prosecute offenders to the fullest extent of the law” after a hoax call sparked a major search.
Princess Anne was forced to postpone a visit to the north-east yesterday because the plane she was travelling on could not land due to stormy weather.