Aberdeenshire Conservatives were celebrating yesterday after keeping hold of a council seat and winning the Inverurie by-election.
Alford Academy welcomed a special guest to the school this week when two-time world superbike champion-turned-rock musician James Toseland spent the day with pupils and staff.
Police have seized nearly £7,500 worth of class B drugs from a property in Aberdeenshire.
Motorists are being warned to expect delays when a section of the A90 Aberdeen to Peterhead road, north of Toll of Birness junction, will have restricted overnight access next week.
Scottish tourism bosses have confirmed nearly two-thirds of their tourist information centres will close as part of a “radical” move, designed to meet the increasingly digital needs of visitors.
Volunteers who maintain part of the Old Deeside Railway line, in Banchory, have praised the quick work carried out by Scottish Water to make repairs.
A stalwart character with a larger-than-life personalty, who sold thousands of cars across the north east, has died at the age of 99.
An Aberdeenshire community has spoken out about the “frustrating” lack of action from Scottish Water after a burst main destroyed sections of a newly-refurbished footpath.
Aberdeenshire council is seeking views from members of the public and business owners on the future of town centre parking.
People as young as 14 are being offered the chance to take an active part in community councils for the first time after councillors gave the green light to new rules.
One of Aberdeenshire’s most well-known businesses has confirmed it is closing in just over three weeks.
Nature lovers, who take a stroll around Haddo House this week, are being encouraged to contemplate the meaning of life with the arrival of new art installations around the estate’s circular route.
A rugby player is recovering after being airlifted to hospital with neck injuries.
A Moray couple have made history by becoming the first in the north-east to be married in a same-sex church wedding ceremony.
A medal, which was won by an Aberdeenshire man at the battle of Trafalgar, has been sold at auction for £12,000.
An historic “old lady” returned to Royal Deeside yesterday with the homecoming of the Bon Accord steam locomotive.
An Aberdeenshire town has been warned it faces a less-than-sparkling Christmas unless another £20,000 can be found to replace its worn-out lights.
Gymnasts accuse council of leaving them “out in the cold” when planning £15million sports centre upgrade
A top gymnast has claimed the “biggest sport in Inverurie” has been forgotten about when plans for a new £15million sports centre were drawn up.
Residents and visitors to Inverurie have been entertained by dozens of scarecrows which are currently decorating the streets and shop windows of the community.
Three people have been taken to hospital following a two-car crash near Stonehaven this afternoon.
A spate of thefts and vandalism at historic properties could force a ban on the public using the grounds outside visiting hours.
Plans to redevelop an “eyesore” Garioch cottage are to be considered again by councillors.
Transport Scotland has apologised to residents in two north-east villages after letters were issued, incorrectly telling them about an imminent road closure.
Three teenagers have been charged in connection with an alleged assault on another young person.
A disabled man has hailied the news of a feasibility study into access at an Aberdeenshire station as “long overdue” after totting up two decades of campaigning.
Police have issued a warning to “reckless” young cyclists putting lives at risk amid complaints they are playing “chicken” with motorists.
Families are being asked to sign up for a cycling charity event that will mark five years since the death of a tragic Aberdeenshire toddler.
Work has begun on a new £2.5million heritage centre in Royal Deeside this week, but more than half the funds are still needed before completion.
A new defibrillator has been installed in a small rural village in Aberdeenshire.
A cyclist was seriously injured and taken to hospital yesterday following a collision with a van on a busy north-east road.
A group of travellers who built themselves a caravan site without planning consent have been ordered to move out by next summer.
A male cyclist has been taken to hospital following a crash on the A96 earlier this morning.