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.
The organisers of a north-east street art festival have issued a call for walls as they look for new canvases to turn into masterpieces.
Community leaders have hit out after potholes reappeared on an Aberdeen road just months after it was repaired.
An amateur rugby player will be ordained as the new minister of an Aberdeen church today.
A nationally-renowned angler and fishing instructor will arrive in the north-east next month to officially open salmon season on the Deveron.
An Aberdeen bus service has been re-routed over fears pensioners would be left “cut off” from the city centre.
Searches are continuing for an Aberdeen pensioner who has been missing since the weekend.
Retro items from an "Aladdin's cave" in Aberdeen will go under the hammer tomorrow.
Work has begun at an Aberdeenshire beauty spot to clean up a “clogged” pond which is home to many species of wildlife.
The entire north-east coast has been placed on flood alert, and one beachfront was completely closed off to the public, as Storm Brendan sparked chaos across the region.
An Aberdeen road was closed to traffic this evening as fire crews work to make a storm-damaged building safe.
Staff and students have been told not to attend Moray College UHI tomorrow as the facility has been forced shut because of Storm Brendan.
People from across the country have been sharing pictures and video as Storm Brendan sweeps the UK.
Police are searching for a robber who knocked a woman over and stole her handbag beside an Inverness hospital.
Power cuts have been reported across the north and north-east as Storm Brendan takes its toll on the region.
A historic north-east organisation which has welcomed generation upon generation of women from the area is preparing to mark its 100th birthday.
Residents should be “furious” that councils are being forced to spend tens of thousands of pounds cleaning up racist and xenophobic graffiti, a pressure group has said.
Widely considered one of the greatest rock and roll drummers of all time, Neil Peart toured the world as part of Canadian prog-rock trio Rush.
A leading cancer support charity will be able to help more people than ever before when it moves to larger premises this month.
Helicopter firm raises £15,000 for north-east charities by offering flight sim passes for silent auctions and raffles
An Aberdeen helicopter firm has put dozens of members of the public in the pilot’s seat after raising more than £15,000 for charity.
The hospital kitchen at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has become the first in Scotland to receive gluten free accreditation.
Catchment zones for two city schools could be changed to better accommodate a predicted influx of students from a new 7,000-home development.
Community centre leaders in Aberdeen say they have been “vindicated” after plans they feared could force their closure were overturned.
A Hollywood legend, Buck Henry entertained audiences with his masterful skills both in front and behind the camera.
The last 12 months have been hailed as “spectacular” for some north and north-east wildlife, with a number of rare events highlighting how certain species are flourishing.
A group of Aberdeen Rainbows have issued a desperate plea for volunteers, fearing they may have to disband without extra help.
An Aberdeenshire road was closed yesterday after a car overturned in a crash outside a school.
Proposals have been lodged to build a new nursery in the playground of an Aberdeen school.
A trainee surgeon who studied in Aberdeen has died in a skiing accident while on a family holiday overseas.
An Aberdeen care home has been praised for its committed staff and the positive relationships they have fostered with young people.
A historic granite gatehouse guarding the entrance to an Aberdeen park could be turned into a nursery.
Election fever – and election fatigue – swept the nation as we hurtled towards the end of the year, and the third nationwide vote in almost as many years.