Planners have backed a councillor who installed a new shopfront on his Fraserburgh restaurant without permission.
A north-east councillor who flouted the authority's planning rules to improve his own shopfront has been allowed to keep the changes he made.
North-east councillor ‘physically sick’ at ‘categorically untrue’ allegations of inappropriate behaviour
A north-east councillor claims he has been made the victim of "seriously vicious rumours" after "categorically untrue" allegations about inappropriate behaviour emerged.
Plans to introduce a priority single lane drop-off point outside a north-east school are being assessed with a public consultation.
The members of a council committee forced to consider a planning application submitted by one of their colleagues accepted they were taking the "cop out" option of passing the buck.
Organisers have celebrated a year of staging dementia-friendly discos in a north-east town by putting on a special birthday bash.
Road closures on the A90 around Fraserburgh will be in place for the next two weeks, while £160,000 of carriageway improvements are carried out.
It was a terrible illustration for those who volunteer for lifeboat duty of just how dangerous the job can be.
The mother of a north-east man who died outside the pub he ran has told of her “wonderful, smiling boy.”
The centenary of a tragedy that resulted in the loss of two lifeboat heroes was marked in Fraserburgh yesterday.
Dad blasts north-east school’s ‘ridiculous’ uniform policy as he buys outfit for daughter to wear ‘for weeks’
A north-east dad has branded a school's uniform policy "ridiculous" after paying nearly £100 for an outfit he believes his daughter will only wear for weeks.
Long after victory in Europe had been celebrated, thousands of servicemen languished in captivity in the Far East.
Keen hobby photographer Andrew West first picked up a camera in 1945 to snap an image of his grandmother and her dog.
Safety chiefs have decided the once notorious A90 between Peterhead to Fraserburgh is now safe enough to do without its pioneering speed cameras.
A north-east farmer has been left counting the cost after 11 of his lambs were killed in a brutal dog attack.
A masked raider who barged into a Fraserburgh home with a sawn-off shotgun will appeal his conviction and sentence.
A young father of two who tried to help his friend avoid police detection by claiming a mass brawl was taking place in a north-east village has been jailed.
An armed robber who charged into a north-east home with a sawn-off shotgun has failed in a bid to have his conviction quashed.
The driver of a car that careered down an embankment and hit a tree has died from his serious injuries.
North-east man who lost both legs to heroin jailed for selling the drug to undercover police officers
A north-east man who lost both his legs to heroin has been jailed after selling the drug to undercover police officers.
Health chiefs will look at the case of a north-east pensioner who says his quality of life has been ruined by the five ill-fitting prosthetic legs he has been given by NHS Grampian.
Lochpots Primary School in Fraserburgh celebrated its 40th birthday this week.
A housebound amputee who lodged a complaint with NHS Grampian about his prosthetic leg is now positive he may one day be able to walk outside to feed his chickens and lambs.
The first fundraising event held by a group who want to build a skate park for kids in their town has been hailed as "fantastic".
Fears were raised last night that hundreds of north-east youngsters may be missing out on free school meals because of a language barrier.
Fundraisers preparing for poignant climb to remember three north-east children who lost cancer battles
Five north-east fundraisers are preparing for a poignant challenge to mark the 10th anniversary of the death of a three-year-old from cancer
Fire crews were called to a fire at an Aberdeenshire bus stop earlier today.
It was just another day offshore for Fraserburgh man Alan Roy until he plucked up the courage to have a laugh with Neil Armstrong.
A group of friends from Fraserburgh have celebrated achieving a major fundraising milestone.
A five-year-old girl has been diagnosed with leukaemia – eight years after her sister beat the disease.
A radiographer who struggled to carry basic patient examinations has been given more time to complete a supervision order.
Police in Denmark are investigating a bar brawl in which a Fraserburgh man was slashed with a broken bottle.