Emergency services have carried out a search for a missing man along the banks of the River Dee.
A popular north-east attraction, well-known for its wildlife, has waded into a debate about whether or not people should feed bread to water fowl.
Harold Wilson famously said that a “week is a long time in politics” – and the week ahead certainly promises to be crammed with Brexit driven headlines and potentially defining for Theresa May.
Inverurie in shock following ‘horrific’ car crash which injured three pedestrians on busy shopping street
An Aberdeenshire butcher has described the “scene of carnage” that unfolded when pedestrians were run over outside his shop, and praised the passers-by who rushed to their aid.
A north-east couple who share the same birthday celebrated 60 years of marriage yesterday, surrounded by family and friends.
A Mearns pensioner who says it is a “miracle” she is still alive has thanked the doctor who saved her life.
Aberdeen’s property market ‘stable’ but still in ‘intensive care’ as latest average house prices revealed
New figures have shown that property values in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have fallen compared to the rest of Scotland.
Aberdeen’s crime writing festival is keeping its fans in suspense, with the line-up being kept a secret until this weekend.
Community-led drop-in meetings are being held this week across the Garioch area to give residents information on the A96 dualling routes proposed between Inverurie and Huntly.
The managers of a housing association have been branded “arrogant” after winning an appeal to build affordable houses on the site of a Victorian school in a Royal Deeside community.
Hundreds turn out to Stonehaven’s Armistice remembrance service as St James’ bell chimes for first time in 50 years
Hundreds of people attended the World War I Armistice service at St James Episcopal Church in Stonehaven yesterday leaving standing room only and scores having to listen from outside.
A woman born just days before the end of the First World War celebrated her 100th birthday, putting her longevity down to “not eating porridge” and “keeping busy”.
A classroom assistant at Mintlaw Academy has created a remembrance garden display using 6,000 recycled plastic bottles.
The Depute Provost of Aberdeenshire Council will host a civic reception today to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Aberdeen Trades Union Council.
A north-east MP has suggested that the British Army could be drafted in to build a temporary bridge for cars affected by the closure of a condemned railway bridge.
A band of torrential rain and gale force winds will batter parts of the north-east today ahead of a “bright and dry” weekend.
The farmer at the centre of the latest BSE case discovered in the UK has confirmed none of the other animals slaughtered and tested had been carrying the deadly disease.
Residents living along the routes of a major road dualling project have banded together to urge more people to speak out against the “illogical” proposals.
Residents of an Aberdeenshire village attended a fiery public meeting to try and find out who is to blame for a strange stink in the air that has blighted the area for decades.
Planning application for electricity substation is questioned at Rothienorman pre-determination hearing
A man living next door to the site of a proposed electricity substation has voiced his anger at the “blatant disregard” of the developers for his property and its private water supply.
One student realising a life-long ambition yesterday was 54-year-old Dawn McLeod from Aberdeen.
Growing up within a musical family in Aberchirder, it is not surprising that 20-year-old Talitha Brown now has her sights set on a star-studded future.
Former Gordon Schools pupil Michael Rough decided to follow in his dad’s footsteps when he applied for a joinery apprenticeship at Stewart Milne Homes.
Beaming family and friends looked proudly on from within the glittering ballroom in Aberdeen’s Hilton Treetops hotel yesterday as their loved ones graduated from the North East of Scotland College.
Eighteen-year-old Cameron Fraser-Mackie left school two years ago and was offered a training opportunity through the Press and Journal’s Apprentice 100 campaign.
Residents of three rural Aberdeenshire villages met last night to voice their concerns about the proposed routes for new dual carriageway being planned by Transport Scotland.
Police are investigating the shooting of a rare bird of prey after its remains washed up on the banks of an Aberdeenshire river earlier this year.
Aberdeen were yesterday forced to release an “embarrassing” statement urging fans to buy up more tickets for their match against Rangers next weekend after admitting tickets sales for the game had “fallen short of demand”.
Aberdeen Football Club have released a statement urging fans to buy up more tickets for their match against Rangers next weekend as tickets sales for the game have “fallen short of demand”.
The roll-out of Universal Credit has contributed to a “startling” rise in the number of people seeking advice about rent arrears, according to new figures.
Police are hunting for two masked raiders who robbed a bookmaker yesterday and are keeping an “open mind” on whether it is linked to a “similar” hold-up in the city.
A major new offshore £500 million windfarm, visible from the coast around Stonehaven, has started to take shape.