The regeneration of the north-east's coastal communities has been praised as work continues on a range of new projects.
Police have re-issued an appeal to help trace a missing 35-year-old man as concern for his welfare increases.
The owners of a north-east bakery have announced plans to retire - ending their family's 90-year link to the business.
A Fraserburgh skipper has been fined £3,000 for the racially-aggravated harassment of five members of his crew.
Harbour users have accepted an increase in fees at north-east ports - but say they will "push" the council to spend the extra cash on improvements.
Two men have appeared in court accused of attacking an older man in his home in a north-east town.
Frozen may have captured the minds of young audiences but the ballet adaptation of the story had them totally spellbound.
Nursery staff have expressed their disgust after seats at a north-east running track were discovered snapped, broken and left lying on the ground.
As a north-east coxswain, Vic Sutherland is used to shouldering the responsibility of managing a volunteer crew during high-stakes rescues.
Unlicensed taxi drivers plaguing Fraserburgh may soon be slapped with £2,500 fines as the police and council launch an operation to tackle the problem.