A “poignant” fundraiser for north-east lifeboats, organised by a woman who lost her only son in a North Sea helicopter disaster nearly ten years ago, raised £40,000 at the weekend.
An 85-year-old man has gone on trial accused of assaulting three vulnerable women.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a young man was left badly injured in a crash while driving an off-road farm vehicle at the weekend.
A north-east school has been praised by a renowned film-maker and award-winning actress after raising more than £65,000 for charity.
A new £2.5million tourist attraction was officially opened yesterday in Royal Deeside.
A dad yesterday blasted the justice system for "failing" his young son after a man was cleared of leaving him seriously injured in a moped collision.
A man appeared in court yesterday accused of causing the death of three people by driving dangerously on an Aberdeenshire road.
A man on trial accused of leaving an eight-year-old boy seriously injured in a moped crash told officers "it was me" when asked about a dangerous driving incident, a court heard yesterday.
A man has appeared in court in connection with an alleged ATM raid.
A motorist yesterday described the "horrendous" aftermath of a crash on the A90 dual carriageway that killed three people.
Police are appealing for witnesses following yesterday’s multiple fatal crash on the A90 – which has now reopened.
Police are planning to draft in specialist dive teams and a helicopter this weekend as their search continues for a missing Huntly man.
Police investigating a foiled north-east heist have recovered a stolen getaway vehicle used by the would-be robbers.
Police have issued a “robust” warning to football fans gearing up for Sunday’s Scottish Cup clash between Aberdeen FC and Rangers.
North and north-east fine dodgers have been forced to repay outstanding debts after court officers froze their bank accounts.
Police are continuing to hunt for a vulnerable Huntly man one week after he went missing.
Hundreds of people are expected to head to Braemar this weekend for its third annual mountain festival.
As one of the biggest employers in the country NHS Grampian is once again helping north-east school pupils gain “frontline” experience as part of an innovative teaching programme.
The former president of the Seychelles and once the longest serving head of state in the Commonwealth, France Albert René, has died at the age of 83 at his home on the island of Mahe.
The Scottish Conservatives have called for the Scottish Law Commission to review the test of ‘undue leniency’.
Hundreds of pet lovers flocked to the Thainstone Centre at the weekend to attend the second North East Pet Expo.
Archaeologists at a site in Crathes have unearthed some “really pleasing” items in their search for Deeside’s most ancient settlers.
Residents living in a small north east village claim they are being “kept like prisoners” after their only bus stop was demolished during AWPR works.
Aberdeen’s third Granite Noir festival came to a close last night with organisers describing it as the most successful ever staged.
Police dogs were drafted in this weekend as the search for a missing 45-year-old man entered its fifth day.
A north-east mum who fears her autistic son has been “left to rot” in a state psychiatric hospital claims his post and phone calls have been restricted after she raised his plight in the media.
Searches are continuing for a missing north-east man.
Some of Aberdeenshire’s most outstanding young people were celebrated last night at a legacy event to mark the Year of Young People.
A popular National Park walking route will get a £10,000 cash boost to help repair the well-trodden path.
Archaeologists will return to a site in Crathes this weekend to search for further evidence of Deeside’s ancient settlers.
The north-east's flagship hospital has been slammed for a spate of basic failings in its care of some of its most vulnerable patients.
Motorists have been warned to avoid the Riverside Drive area of Aberdeen following an incident involving a spillage of manure.