Aberdeenshire Council will become the first authority in Scotland to formally discuss another Brexit referendum next week.
Council chiefs were castigated for cancelling the Union Street event yesterday due to public safety issues.
Charities across the north-east have scored a boost of £80,000, following a fundraiser hosted by football personality Ally McCoist at the AECC.
Thousands of people savoured a taste of the best fare the north-east has to offer at Deeside Food Festival yesterday.
Council chiefs have been forced to pull the plug on today’s In Town Without My Car Day due to public safety concerns.
Hundreds of students were evacuated yesterday when firefighters raced to put out a bin fire in one of Aberdeen University’s campus buildings.
The master-plan for a new rural village of 500 homes on Donald Trump’s north-east golf resort is now open to public comment on Aberdeenshire council’s website.
Five fire crews were called to fire at an Aberdeen University building this morning.
With the tank plunged into darkness, alarms sounding, and wind and waves pounding at her, Olympian swimmer Hannah Miley was forced to face her greatest fear.
How did the squirrel cross the road? By scurrying over the high-wire rope bridge.
An injured woman was rescued after her horse returned to its stable without her.
A great-grandmother killed after being struck by a lorry in Aberdeen has been described as a “larger than life” character who was much loved by her family.
Crisis-hit Muirhead Care Home gets registration cancelled as former manager denied any managerial role
A crisis-hit care home was officially closed by a sheriff yesterday - and its former manager has been told not to take on any mangerial roles elsewhere.
A developer has won an appeal to build dozens of new homes in Stonehaven after its application was turned down by the local council.
Council bosses have alerted customers who pay for their Active Aberdeenshire accounts by direct debit that they have not had their payments taken this month due to a software failure.
Police in Aberdeen seized dozens of motorbikes and charged 60 people this summer in a crackdown on anti-social activity in the city.
Hundreds of cyclists are planning to ride into Aberdeen city centre this weekend to protest against the “disconnect” and lack of cycle lane provision on the new £745million AWPR project.
Braemar Royal Highland Gathering results 2018
The Queen expressed her “delight” as she unveiled the new Duke of Rothesay Highland Games Pavilion during her annual family outing to the Braemar Gathering.
New £55 million school in Inverurie reaches ‘milestone’ as Deputy First Minister John Swinney attends Topping Off ceremony
A “milestone” steel beam was anchored into place yesterday as work continues on the new £55million Inverurie Community Campus.
Eight of the north-east’s top tourist attractions have joined forces again to boost tourism during the winter months.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said there is “no legal basis” to suspend Alex Salmond from the SNP, following accusations of sexual harassment.
Adventurous Aberdeenshire boys who launched a toy pirate ship into the Atlantic now hope to circumnavigate the globe
The adventurous owners of a toy pirate ship which was launched from the north-east to fulfil a childhood Sand Bucket List have been buoyed by news it was spotted just a few weeks ago near Barbados.
Thousands of people enjoyed the spectacle of one of Scotland’s most iconic Highland Games at the weekend as the 177th Lonach Gathering took place.
The streets of Aberdeen were awash with colour yesterday as thousands of runners pounded their way through the city centre in the second Simplyhealth Great Aberdeen Run.
Staff at crisis-hit Alford care home speak about job losses and ‘devastation’ in watching residents move out
Staff at a crisis-hit care home spoke yesterday of years of alleged mismanagement and the “devastation” left in its wake after all residents moved out this week.
Politicians have spoken out in support of Aberdeen Airport after it was rated the worst in the UK for the fourth year running.
Police have vowed to crackdown on off-road drivers using forests across Aberdeenshire.
A highly venomous spider that had stowed away inside a crate bound for the north-east has been destroyed.
An Aberdeen social enterprise has been recognised with a special award for its approach to tackling fuel poverty across the north-east.
Shocked workers at an Aberdeenshire firm discovered an unwelcome visitor in a shipment from the US yesterday – a deadly black widow spider.
A fisherman found an “incredibly rare” Pictish stone after a long spell of warm weather lowered water levels in the River Don.