A nationwide toy store will plummet into administration at the end of the month unless it can find new investors to fit a £15million tax bill.
A group of redoubtable fundraisers who braved the cold of the North Sea on Boxing Day have raised nearly £10,000 for charity.
Staff at Dr Gray’s Hospital in Elgin have been praised for controlling infections, but have also been told to make some improvements following a recent inspection.
A star line up has been announced at a variety event taking place in the north-east next month.
A team of chefs from North East Scotland College have made it through to the final of a prestigious competition.
A special group of guests will be welcomed along to the World Junior Curling Championships in Aberdeen next month.
New businesses in Aberdeenshire are being urged to apply for a recently launched grant to help them expand.
The Scottish Government is urging people to slow down when driving through town centres after new figures have shown this is where the large majority of accidents occur.
Aberdeenshire Council intends to carry out a site visit to a bed and breakfast in Aboyne which has requested permission to expand its business.
A total of 557 vehicles were reported stolen in the north and north-east of Scotland last year.
Emergency services are attempting to help someone who has been left stranded 50ft down an embankment.
A north-east man is endeavouring to catch up with people he went to primary school with – the year they will be turning 70.
A charity offering “valuable” care for people with terminal illnesses in their homes could be scrapped in the north-east.
Three men have appeared in court after police seized an “significant” cannabis cultivation in Kincorth.
A north-east housebuilder has announced it will give a scholarship to help a talented youngster study at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen.
Three men have appeared in court after police recovered more than £25,000 worth of drugs in the north-east this week.
The long-awaited move by a north-east golf club to finally allow women to become members has been greeted as a victory for common sense.
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Union Terrace Gardens will be transformed into a giant playground tomorrow as the annual Aberdeen festival of light gets underway.
First Bus drivers in Aberdeen warn of ‘totally unsafe working environment’ due to new terms and conditions
Workers at First Bus in Aberdeen have said a “totally unsafe working environment” has been created by new terms and conditions.
A man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder following a disturbance in Dyce last week.
A not-for-profit funeral director has launched an Aberdeen.
The chief executive of the Scottish Book Trust has backed efforts to stop half of Moray’s secondary school libraries being closed.
Two teenagers have been charged after a bird hide at a Moray beauty spot was completely destroyed by a fire.
A teenager has been arrested in connection with an alleged police attack and a break-in at a building depot in the city.
A campaign has been launched to help improve the safety of pupils by urging “selfish” parents to stop parking dangerously outside schools.
The North-east is braced for more wintry weather with temperatures expected to plunge as low as -10C at the weekend.
Police are hunting for vandals who stole buggies from a north-east golf club and rode them along the course causing extensive damage.
Police were yesterday investigating after two vehicles burst into flames at a multi-storey car park in the city centre.
A recently installed detector system helped save a historic north-east castle when a fire broke out in the building yesterday.
Emergency services are in attendance at a fire at a north-east car park.
Emergency services have been in attendance at a north-east castle this morning.
Emergency services are in attendance at a five vehicle crash on a north-east road.