A woman has been banned from the road after admitting driving nearly seven times over the legal limit.
Safety chiefs have decided the once notorious A90 between Peterhead to Fraserburgh is now safe enough to do without its pioneering speed cameras.
A grazing field in St Fergus has been chosen as the potential site for 21 new homes.
A north-east businessman has branded a leading lender’s mobile bank van service "a shambles” after being left out in the cold for nearly an hour.
A row has broken out over plans to ban horses from a north-east agricultural show - unless they have been given a vaccination at least the week before.
Plans for a new drive-through restaurant and tool store in Peterhead have been approved.
Plans have been submitted for signage for a proposed drive-through restaurant in Peterhead.
Campaigners pushing for a major upgrade of a north-east junction have been dealt a blow after roads bosses said the "perception" it was dangerous was not backed up by data.
A north-east student who whose university studies were thrown into chaos when his laptop - containing his dissertation - was stolen has been granted an extension.
Councillors will be given an update on a series of major regeneration projects tomorrow.
A new film has been launched to boost the fortunes of two north-east towns.
A mental health nurse jailed for smuggling drugs into a north-east prison faces being barred from the profession.
Stringent protections are to be put in place to preserve the character of an historic north-east town.
A farmer whose sheep were chased to their deaths by dogs has urged other pet owners to keep their animals under control.
An iconic north-east lighthouse turned a striking shade of blue last night to raise awareness of World Parkinson’s Day.
A nationwide bank has been accused of “punishing” rural communities by closing one branch and slashing opening hours at others.
Proposals for a mobile phone mast in an iconic north-east village have been earmarked for approval by planners.
Campaigners in a north-east village have convinced the council to reverse its decision to axe their only weekend bus service.
A new woolly weapon has been deployed in the battle against a poisonous weed blighting a north-east meadow.
A Fraserburgh group attempting to set up a men's shed has made a "desperate" appeal for a base.
The mother of a north-east man who died outside the pub he ran has told of her “wonderful, smiling boy.”
A fish factory worker has been banned from the road for drink driving after crashing his new car while travelling to buy flowers for his wife.
Plans have been approved for a new police station to be built in the biggest town in the north-east.
A pensioner was taken to hospital after falling from his mobility scooter and tumbling 50ft down an embankment.
Talks have been held to discuss future improvements of the vast woodland areas at a historic north-east mansion.
A north-east maritime training school is offering an officer training course in the Merchant Navy.
Councils across the north and north-east have spent more than £60million drafting in consultants, the Press and Journal can reveal.
Measures have been suggested to ease parking pressures on the streets surrounding a north-east hospital, amid fears the situation is about to get much worse.
A historic north-east harbour has been given a renewed focus thanks to its latest addition.
A delivery driver has told how he battled in vain to save a man from his burning home.
It was once a vital junction on the Buchan rail network and now it is full steam ahead for Maud railway museum.
A north-east delivery driver has lost his job and been banned from the road after being caught more than four times over the drink-driving limit.