One of the north-east's biggest ports has received £18million of investment in the past seven years.
Tenants in the north-east are the most reliable in Scotland when it comes to paying the rent - but shouldn't be trusted not to wreck the joint.
Workers at a crisis-hit north-east fish factory are no closer to learning their fate after a major announcement was postponed.
A north-east butcher has skewered the competition to claim top prizes for their kebabs and chicken in a national competition.
North-east politicians have joined forces to urge the Royal Bank of Scotland to reconsider its decision to close a string of local branches.
Renewed calls have been made for Aberdeenshire companies to be granted a reprieve from an "unfair and outdated" business levy.
North-east residents want work on a controversial windfarm halted - because two councillors breached their code of conduct when they backed it.
Business Minister Fergus Ewing has said regeneration will be key to making a north-east port a more attractive place to live and work.
Scotland's Business Minister has announced that a major jobs fair will be held in a north-east port next month to find work for hundreds of people facing redundancy.
Businesses in an Aberdeenshire town have banded together to fight off crippling business rates increases.
Three north-east ports are poised land £17million of investment as part of a blueprint to transform their fortunes.
The expansion of a north-east town was confirmed last night as councillors heralded the impact of the Kirkton masterplan on the future of Fraserburgh.
A leading north-east fisheries advisor has claimed that the situation at a crisis-hit processing plant may not be as bad as first feared.
When north-east man Sean Stewart turned down the chance to go to university, and opted instead for a modern apprentice, his family were not impressed.
A north-east fish factory has been spared the axe - but hundreds of workers will lose their jobs as part of the plan to keep it open.
The closure of Young's Seafood factory in Fraserburgh would sound the death knell to the hopes of workers, a union official has said.
Community leaders in a north-east port were last night bracing themselves for "devastation" after a fish processing giant unveiled plans to axe three factories.
Aberdeenshire Council is working to lure major hotel operators to a north-east port in an effort to tap into "under-exploited tourism potential".
Three Scottish seaside towns have seen their house prices more than double in a decade, according to a new study.
A Fraserburgh councillor has called for a major change in the way fishing quotas are designated, saying that they are hampering new fishermen breaking into the industry.
The contract for an £8million extension to the North East Scotland College (NESCol) campus at Fraserburgh has been put out to tender.
Housing prices in the north east have soared in the last year, while the volume of sales in Aberdeen simultaneously dropped.
There was fresh hope last night that hundreds of north-east fish factory jobs will not be axed in the run-up to Christmas.
The owner of a closure-threatened fish factory has offered hope to hundreds of workers facing redundancy by revealing it plans to try to find a buyer for the plant.