Two teenage girls have been charged after video allegedly showing an attack on two boys in Fraserburgh surfaced online.
A country and western fan whose loud music has repeatedly landed him in trouble with the law last night broke his silence over impending legal action from Aberdeenshire Council chiefs.
A north-east skipper who helped spearhead a campaign to safeguard Scotland's fishing industry put to sea after he and his crew had been on a drinking spree.
A teenager has appeared in court in connection with an alleged disturbance at a new north-east jail.
A man was seriously ill in hospital last night after a freak accident in the grounds of a historic north-east mansion.
A busy lifeboat crew was called into action yesterday after a trawler's distress beacon was activated about 16 miles off the coast of Fraserburgh.
Eight people have been charged with road traffic offences following a police crackdown in Fraserburgh.
A top Scottish golfer has explained why he is giving up one of his most prized pieces of silverware.
Aberdeenshire Council chief executive Colin Mackenzie announced his retirement yesterday, following a career in local government spanning more than four decades.
The chief executive of Aberdeenshire Council, Colin McKenzie, has announced his retirement this morning.
A lovesick stalker faces being locked up after he mounted a terrifying campaign of abuse against a north-east schoolgirl.
The B9025 Portsoy to Aberchirder road, near the Ord crossroads, has re-opened following a serious crash involving a tractor and van earlier this morning.
A serial troublemaker who previously sparked an armed response alert at a north-east village has been jailed after he was caught breaking into a friend's house.
A safety drive has been launched following a dramatic rescue operation at a north-east beach.
A British rock legend is staging a benefit gig for a struggling north-east animal sanctuary.
A major clear-up operation had to be launched yesterday after a lorry loaded with fish heads and guts crashed and spilled its cargo across a town-centre street.
Council bosses have been blocked from tearing down a centuries-old north-east cottage which has been blamed for a series of bus crashes.
A learner driver led police on a high speed pursuit through a north-east town, a court heard yesterday.
Buchan councillors will today be asked to authorise a work tender which could save Peterhead's crumbling Collie Burn, despite it running over its estimated cost by £26,000.
Aberdeenshire's water supply has been hit by background taste and odour, Scottish Water has revealed.
A jobs boost is in the pipeline for Peterhead following a multimillion-pound deal to take over part of the busy harbour.
Police Scotland have issued a warning ahead of the annual Braemar Gathering.
Villagers have put their ambitions of taking over their local pub on ice after a year-long battle to secure the ancient inn.
The battle to extend the A90 dual carriageway to Peterhead is as old as the hills.
He was supposed to strike fear into the hearts of his foes as he swooped and circled above a north-east town.
Protection has been sought for a bustling coastal caravan site to insure it will not be hit by works for the world's largest offshore windfarm.
In the fourth of our series on the future of the A90, Cameron Brooks asks Scotland's transport boss what are the chances of getting a dual carriageway between Ellon and Peterhead any time soon?
A north-east beauty spot could be in line for a range of improvements worth nearly £3million.
This is the moment that Storm the Harris Hawk got a taste of his own medicine.
Controversial plans to close a centuries old north-east bridge to traffic could be approved next week despite protests that the move could disrupt weddings and funerals.
A north-east man who throttled a woman with his scarf until she started turning blue was yesterday jailed for four-and-a-half years.
Police are looking for a group of good samaritans who took an assault victim to hospital.