A Peterhead music school has had to move ahead of the sale of its former home.
Efforts to completely refurbish a hidden cottage in a Mintlaw park could move forward next week if councillors approve a funding bid.
Volunteers will try to replicate the work of the inventor of wireless telegraphy next week.
A north-east charity event is aiming to reach its target of raising £2million to combat cancer.
Just hours after Connor Ward was sentenced to life in prison, police warned that the internet can play a “significant” part in radicalising members of the public.
A public meeting was held last night to discuss a community’s next steps in an attempt to block a windfarm development.
A Neo-Nazi who was plotting to blow up mosques in Aberdeen has been jailed for life.
Connor Ward was 20 when he was first locked up after sparking a bomb scare in Banff in 2012.
These are the images of what a former B-listed hospital could look like if a planning application is successful.
A north-east lifeboat was called out twice over the weekend to reports that people were in danger.
A woman who drove her car while more than seven times the legal alcohol limit was banned from the roads yesterday for 18 months.
Lighthouse keepers from across Scotland were in the north-east over the weekend to mark a poignant anniversary.
A north-east heritage centre has reopened for the year with a new exhibition detailing its town’s fine tradition of junior arts.
A north-east lighthouse was re-lit last night to mark the anniversary of automation.
Council bosses have threatened to cut off bus services and even call in police as a north-east community cut off since December by a landslip sees its woes deepen.
Parents desperate to preserve vital funding to keep their children’s playgroups running have launched a petition calling for cuts to be abandoned.
Youngsters have left their school for what could be the last time.
A new exhibition will reveal the untold history of the RAF in the north-east.
Plans have been lodged to create a memorial to the victims of a World War II bombing.
Fears have been raised over the future of north-east playgroups after plans to cut “essential” funding were revealed this week.
A north-east teenager who sold ecstasy to his friends has been given time to get his health in order before being sentenced.
A woman who admitted to driving while more than seven times over the legal alcohol limit missed court yesterday after suffering a panic attack.
A nine-year-old boy has been charged after allegedly taking a knife to school.
A north-east politician is calling for a colleague to quit the council after accusing him of failing to carry out his duties fairly.
A north-east sex offender who was jailed for preying on a young boy has been flown to the US to face fresh criminal charges.
Friends will be split up and parents have been left “devastated” after Aberdeenshire Council last night confirmed the abrupt axeing of one of its primary schools.
A tourism group set off on the new NE250 driving route in a convoy of vintage vehicles yesterday.
A final call for former lighthouse keepers to come forward and be part of a landmark north east event has been made.
A community group has warned that lives have been put at risk after a lifebelt was thrown into the sea by vandals.
A former Shetland councillor accused of raping a woman 28 years ago denied any wrongdoing yesterday.
A warning has gone out to pet owners after more massive chunks of an unknown waxy substance washed ashore in the north-east.
A meeting was held yesterday to discuss concerns about a town improvement scheme proposed for Peterhead.