A rural Aberdeenshire business is shutting down after 20 years - but the owner has hopes of reopening "at some point".
An Aberdeenshire community has demanded the council commit to reopening a key bridge before the first anniversary of its closure.
A Deeside dad has accused his insurers of taking too long to get him and his family back in their home following a devastating fire.
The family of a teenage Gordon Highlander killed in Cyprus have received his Elizabeth Cross more than 60 years after his death.
The trial of a north-east man has heard how he allegedly left emaciated cow “to die in the corner” – and another “screaming” in hunger.
Kintore teenager admits dangerous driving on Christmas Day while nearly four times the drink-drive limit
A Kintore teenager has admitted getting behind the wheel nearly four-times the limit on Christmas Day.
A vet has told the trial of a north-east man that a cow in his herd should have been put down some time before welfare officers raided a farm near Ellon.
If walls could talk, Tillypronie House could tell an interesting tale or two.
A Swedish energy farm has lodged plans for a second onshore wind farm in the north-east.
More than 20 drivers a day have been caught ignoring the 50mph limit at a notorious north-east junction.
North-east charity urges women to seek help as landmark survey reveals psychological effect of pregnancy loss
A north-east charity says it is vital that women who have lost a pregnancy seek help following the results of a ground-breaking study.
Health chiefs have warned against the further expansion of an Aberdeenshire community amid fears over its proximity to a pipeline.
An Aberdeenshire farm has bounced back from a devastating blaze - and discovered a new lease of life selling pies.
A record-breaking explorer will talk about her solo ski from the coast of Antarctica to the South Polo next month.
An Aberdeen company has teamed up with a European curling champion to raise awareness of prostate cancer.
Historic defences encircling Craigievar Castle are to become an integral part of the visitor experience.
A three-month-old boy has been reunited with the Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA) team that saved his life after he was mauled by a dog.
The new chairman of a Royal British Legion branch saved from closure has said he is “determined” to turn its fortunes around.
A festival celebrating the north-east arts scene could be scaled back due to lack of interest.
Entries are now open for the north-east’s top HR awards event, which this year moves to Aberdeen’s multi-million-pound new entertainment venue.
The ground is frozen solid underfoot, and the last dregs of sunlight are bleeding into dusk.
Schools, community centres and other council buildings have been damaged and broken into thousands of times across the north and north-east in the last four years.
The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay have paid tribute to the work of their local mountain rescue heroes by inviting them for a private drink at their Scottish retreat.
An Aberdeenshrie councillor has called on the authority to carry out further work with gypsy/travellers in the north-east.
A north-east head teacher has been suspended pending an investigation by council bosses.
Aberdeenshire's crumbling bridges are "one of the biggest challenges" facing the region it was claimed yesterday amid calls for additional investment.
A group of north-east musicians have raised hundreds of pounds for charity.
Property agents have slashed the price of a quaint Aberdeenshire church by £20,000.
Criminals across the north and north-east have dodged almost £650,000 in court fines over the past four years.
Aberdeenshire vet slams ‘ridiculous’ fine of £20.50 after she was just minutes late in picking up son from after school club – because she was saving a dog
A vet was fined for being minutes late picking her son up from an after-school club - because she was treating a gravely ill dog.
Drink-driver was caught more than five-times the limit the morning after a ‘particularly heavy’ session
A north-east woman has lost her job after being caught behind the wheel more than five times the drink-drive limit.
He's the man who creates spectacular pyrotechnic displays without scaring the horses, cats or dogs.