It is one of Scotland's most famous names, with connections to inventors, industrialists and sports stars.
The family of a teenage Gordon Highlander killed in Cyprus have received his Elizabeth Cross more than 60 years after his death.
Long after victory in Europe had been celebrated, thousands of servicemen languished in captivity in the Far East.
Two men who were charged during a high-profile operation to tackle "cuckooing" and serious organised crime in the north-east have been sentenced today to a total of almost six years in prison.
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.
Campaigners have made fresh calls to transport bosses to help reduce the number of deaths on a notorious stretch of one of the north-east’s busiest roads.
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.
Doric film competition returns with ‘Jist faar I bide’ theme celebrating particular Aberdeenshire spots
It was an inaugural event which proved the popularity of Doric across the north-east.
Japanese officials are taking inspiration from Aberdeenshire in a bid to make their nation greener.
One of the north-east's most renowned business figures has gained international recognition for his philanthropy.
Time is running out to nominate Aberdeenshire's local heroes for a top community honour.
Fears were raised last night that hundreds of north-east youngsters may be missing out on free school meals because of a language barrier.
Reports of dog attacks in the north-east more than doubled last year, with postmen in Boddam and Peterhead among those savaged.
A man has died after crashing his car into a tree on a notorious north-east road.
A warning has been issued over the use of distress flares following an incident near Rosehearty.
Councillors have given the go-ahead to an "imaginative" project to create a trampolining centre in Inverurie.
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.
It may be the middle of winter, but one of Aberdeenshire's most popular summer beer festivals has just announced it is returning in 2017.
An Aberdeenshire town is gearing up to beat the January blues with its biggest ever winter beer festival.
Fire chiefs last night defended the transfer of control rooms to Dundee - but admitted they were "rectifying" a number of systems and procedures following December's controversial shutdowns in Inverness and Aberdeen.
Up to 1000 people could bring fizz to an Aberdeenshire town when two brothers bring a popular knees-up back for its third year.
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.
A Fraserburgh man caught with nearly £300 worth of drugs has been fined.
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 father who bought his daughter a drone for her birthday has been fined £175 after he flew it over their street.
A new defibrillator will be installed at a Buchan sports club after the device saved the life of a rugby player in Fraserburgh.
A north-east woman who made a fake rape claim was found out when she was caught on camera doing a supermarket shop.
When the Second World War began, Aberdeen registrars faced ‘a situation without parallel’ in wedding surge
In the days after the confirmation that Britain was entering the battle against Hitler's forces, following the Nazi invasion of Poland on September 1, the news had a profound effect on many men in Aberdeen and the north east who were already in a romantic relationship.
North-east fundraisers have braved the winter sea, tested their general knowledge and laced up their trainers in support of Childline Aberdeen’s 15th anniversary appeal.
The speed limit on a section of the north-east's busiest road will be reduced to 10mph for overnight resurfacing works next week.
The descendants of 13 north-east men who were killed in a maritime attack in the Second World War will this week mark the 80th anniversary of the tragedy.
Record levels of fly-tipping have left piles of fridges, sofas, washing machines, tyres and even potentially hazardous asbestos blighting the north-east landscape.