The hotel immortalised by the Burt Lancaster film Local Hero will close its doors for what could be the final time in August.
A Buckie man has launched what is believed to be the town’s first locally built and owned fishing boat in about 30 years.
He was a watcher on the walls and the shield that guards the realms of men, but this week a Game of Thrones star was spending quality time in a north-east pub.
Thieves have been branded “cowardly” for stealing thousands of pounds worth of valuables from vulnerable people in hospitals across the north-east.
A department store owner spoke of his sadness yesterday over the death of a man who collapsed on his shop roof.
A Neo-Nazi who was plotting to blow up mosques in Aberdeen has been jailed for life.
Two people linked to an alleged puppy farm have claimed they are being made to look “like gangsters” by an animal welfare charity.
Up to 60 jobs could be created in a north-east town as part of a massive investment into fish processing.
Thousands of car enthusiasts are expected to attend an event celebrating vintage vehicles when it returns to Fraserburgh at the weekend.
More than 60 swimmers took part in one of Moray’s coldest festive traditions yesterday.
A world championship soup competition will return this weekend after being cancelled last year.
A special device will become the first of its kind in Scotland when it is installed at Banff Harbour to help reduce waste at sea.
A major drinks producer has announced it will no longer be making a north-east delicacy – just five years after a massive campaign helped save it from disappearing.
A public meeting was held last night to discuss a community’s next steps in an attempt to block a windfarm development.
A group set up to prevent an offshore windfarm building part of its development at a north-east beach has insisted it is “committed” to fighting the scheme.
An Aberdeenshire farmer will be overrun with visitors at the weekend after inviting the public to his property to experience lambing season.
New safety advice has been issued to parents about which applications could allow their children to communicate with other adults.
New figures have suggested it would cost more than £900million to repair the country’s broken and breaking bridges.
A traditional Moray event has been saved after more than 100 people braved the winter weather on Boxing Day to help a small community raise thousands of pounds for good causes.
A teenager from Miltonduff has been named as one of the best young cyclists in the country.
A controversial windfarm could be approved - despite a previous application being refused in November last year.