The annual Stonehaven Nippy Dip will be going ahead this New Year again with backing from the community council.
The Scottish Government has overturned a previously-refused planning application for a controversial traveller’s site in Aberdeenshire.
Wintry conditions are set to continue into the weekend across the north-east, according to the Met Office.
Hundreds of healthy-looking Santas took to the streets of the north-east yesterday when they participated in a 5k event for local charities.
An Aberdeenshire businessman is spreading festive cheer by donating £5,000 of life-saving equipment to the homeless.
Trustees of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) have admitted defeat in their quest for continued council funding.
Compensation paid out for land used for the Aberdeen bypass is set to go “way off” budget as a significant number of people have yet to make claims, it was claimed yesterday.
An Aberdeenshire school previously found to have structural defects was closed yesterday amid concerns over the safety risks posed by external masonry fixings.
Robert Gordon University graduates Graham Gordon and Elaine Anderson have good reason for feeling on top of the world.
An Inverness student, who swapped accounting for engineering after realising the former “was not for him” saw his decision pay dividends yesterday.
A man has been charged after more than £5,000 of drugs was seized from a property in Aberdeenshire.
A heroic barmaid who saved the life of a customer who collapsed due to a suspected heart attack has raised almost enough cash to buy a new defibrillator for the area.
Communities across the north-east lashed out at RBS plans to close branches across the region.
A man has been charged with being in possession of a weapon close to an Aberdeenshire primary school this morning.
Hopsital staff in Inverurie were featured in an art installation last night in an effort to promote the facility.
Hundreds of pupils across the north-east enjoyed a surprise day-off to play in the snow yesterday as a wintry blast of weather forced dozens of schools to close.
There was an underwhelming response to the first taxi driver medical drop-in sessions yesterday - as just six people came along.
Two new wind turbines near to an Aberdeenshire castle were given the go-ahead yesterday despite concerns the area had reached “saturation point” with the eco-technology.
For most children, waking up on Christmas morning is the highlight of the year as they discover the delights left out for them to unwrap.
The line-up for Aberdeen’s crime fiction festival was announced yesterday with a poisonous Agatha Christie-themed taster event.
Councillors have unanimously approved a new reduced speed limit for a notorious Aberdeenshire accident black spot.
One of Aberdeenshire’s popular tourist trails will benefit from a new £10,000 bridge when it reopens next month.
Developers have launched plans to build an unusual boutique hotel on the site of the proposed Jack Nicklaus golf course in Aberdeenshire.
Taxi drivers across Aberdeenshire could be forced to undergo a health MoT to check they are fit to sit behind the wheel.
Parts of the north-east woke up to snowy scenes yesterday as forecasters predicted the whole of Scotland will be hit by a blast of winter this weekend.
A tourist was taken to hospital at the weekend after she took ill at Stonehaven harbour.
A woman was taken to hospital yesterday morning after smashing her car into telegraph pole on a north-east road.
Aberdeen FC’s hopes of gaining approval for its new multimillion-pound stadium in time for Christmas have been dashed.
One woman in her thirties has been taken to hospital following a one-vehicle crash on a north-east road this morning.
A pensioner who died after a fire broke out at a sheltered housing complex has been named by police.