A Fraserburgh group will perform its own version of The Wizard of Oz to mark 80 years of the iconic tale.
One of Police Scotland's largest missing person operations continues with today marking exactly five years since Shaun Ritchie disappeared.
Fraserburgh folk may soon have a new fast-food restaurant on their doorstep as plans progress for a McDonald's in the town.
The dedicated crew of the Fraserburgh RNLI Lifeboat crew are experiencing their busiest year on record - despite having a quarter of 2019 still to go.
The former chairman of the Fraserburgh Lifeboat Committee has witnessed all manner of tragedies and triumphs during 60 years of involvement with the RNLI.
It is one of Scotland's most famous names, with connections to inventors, industrialists and sports stars.
A court has been told two men were seen fleeing the scene of a brutal attempted axe murder in a north-east town moments after it happened.
A first look at David Tennant as serial killer Dennis Nilsen in forthcoming ITV drama Des has been revealed.
Fraserburgh fisherman-turned-drug dealer caught when bag of cocaine ‘fell from his mouth’ is sentenced in court
A former fisherman who turned to dealing cocaine after his Fraserburgh creel vessel was written-off has been told to prove he can stay drug-free or face a lengthy prison sentence.
A scheme has been launched to help people in Fraserburgh battling addiction.
Fishing and energy firms could bear the brunt of a £15 million bill if new marine nature reserves are created off the west and north-east coasts, it has emerged.
Foul-mouthed carer who called elderly dementia patient ‘an evil witch’ to continue in council job in Fraserburgh sheltered housing
A woman has been allowed to continue working in a north-east care home despite foul-mouthed outbursts and roughness towards elderly residents.
One of the north-east's most renowned business figures has gained international recognition for his philanthropy.
Work on the former council building in Fraserburgh, which was due for completion last month, is now not expected to be finished until "the end of the year".
A man who set a fire outside a house endangering a baby and then went on a violent robbing spree has been jailed.
A north-east computer expert has created a new online game, inspired by Dan Brown's best-selling book The Da Vinci Code.
A memorial service will be held today in Caithness for 13 north-east men who lost their lives in a maritime disaster 60 years ago.
Officers are re-appealing for information to help trace a 33-year-old woman missing from Fraserburgh.
Two men have admitted running a sophisticated £500,000 drugs operation from a bungalow in a quiet north-east village.
A north-east charity which offers a friendly ear to people worried about their mental health will hold simultaneous 12-hour walking and running relays next month.
A man has died after taking ill in the centre of Fraserburgh.
A north-east man told police he thought was "going to die" after three men burst into his home armed with knives and an axe, a court has heard.
A former fisherman used the insurance payout from his accident damaged boat to set himself up in the drugs trade, a court heard yesterday.
Motoring enthusiasts took took part in an annual charity road run this weekend.
A north-east group is raffling off a unique pendant, which has been valued at £1,250, to raise funds for breast cancer care.
A grieving son was told he would have to pay nearly £1,000 in extra "non-resident" fees to bury his dad – despite his father living in Aberdeenshire for more than 40 years.
Inshore fishers have warned they are facing a crisis, rather than a "sea of opportunity”, if and when the UK finally quits the European Union.
Famine, starvation, civil insurrection: New book highlights impact of potato famine on north and north east
Amidst the worst hunger many would ever know, children and old people died in their hundreds.
A 21-year-old man has been charged following an incident in Fraserburgh yesterday afternoon whereby a man was injured following a collision with a vehicle.
A father who bought his daughter a drone for her birthday has been fined £175 after he flew it over their street.
Gordon Highlanders Museum has been transformed as chief executive leaves five-star venue in good health
Neil Drysdale finds a small army of volunteers at the ready to ensure the Gordon Highlanders story gains widespread public exposure.
A retired modern studies teacher who has been inspired by Fraserburgh’s places and people has written a novel based on the town.