An Aberdeenshire hotelier couple have been given the green light to reopen a pub in an “amazing” rural community.
Business communities across Aberdeenshire have voiced their concern about plans to scrap free car parking in town centres.
Final preparations are being made in Stonehaven to herald the arrival of 2019 with its world-famous free street event.
Scores of people hiked up an iconic north-east mountain at the weekend to help raise £6,000 for two terminally ill people who are “battling for their lives”.
An Aberdeenshire jewellery designer has raised more than £5,000 for charity following a creative lightbulb moment.
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A Deeside councillor has created three festive-themed community events with a little help from the Queen and leftover food.
A 19th-century water feature at Crathes Castle has been restored following a lengthy programme of conservation and repair work undertaken by the National Trust for Scotland.
Potterton family will not have to freeze this Christmas thanks to the Press and Journal’s intervention
A north-east couple and their disabled daughter will not have to endure a cold Christmas - thanks to the intervention of the Press and Journal.
The tills of shopping centres in the north and north-east were jingling yesterday as customers rushed to get last-minute Christmas gifts.
Father Christmas braved the stormy weather at the weekend as he made a cruised into Stonehaven for an annual fundraiser.
New rules come into force today which mean directors of firms will be held personally accountable for their staff making nuisance phone calls.
Plans have been unveiled for a multi-million-pound mountain bike park and snowsports centre in Aberdeenshire.
An MS sufferer is delighted the AWPR road is now open to traffic after making a “tortuous” weekly two-hour long journey to receive vital treatment.
A north-east councillor has quit his party and the ruling Aberdeenshire administration.
A new study by north-east academics has found that cancer patients living in rural areas around the world are less likely to survive than those living in cities.
Councillors will discuss plans for overnight camper van parking in Stonehaven next week following concerns raised by local residents about safety issues.
It was one of the most notorious attempts to bring lethal drugs into the north of Scotland.
An international search is underway for souvenirs and memorabilia from one of Royal Deeside’s oldest highland games.
A number of eye-catching banners have been erected in Stonehaven to highlight 12 of the best-loved attractions in the area.
A group of Stonehaven residents have raised an “amazing” £85,000 for one of Scotland’s greatest rugby players’ charity foundation.
Staff training for new timetable causes crew shortages and train delays as thousands of Dons fans travel to Glasgow
North rail passengers experienced disruption as a result of train crew shortages across the country yesterday.
Newtonhill couple Kirsti and Scott McArthur hosted around 200 people at their annual Christmas light switch on extravaganza at the weekend.
An Aberdeenshire charity which supports a wide range of activities around its rural community is hoping to win our minibus competition.
It is now two weeks since anyone has seen missing Aberdeen teenager Liam Smith.
It has become one of the must-see festive attractions for the Mearns area and takes four weeks to construct.
It began with a chance meeting in a hotel swimming pool and has grown into a musical friendship which spans more than two decades.
Extensive ground searches have continued for missing Aberdeen teen Liam Smith but police say they have ruled-out scores of reported sightings from concerned members of the public.
A concerned council worker has claimed his employers are trying to "devastate" jobs in some of Aberdeenshire's poorest communities.
Aberdeen University's Chapel Choir will take centre stage at one of the world’s most prestigious fundraising galas in New York next week.
Police searching for missing teenager Liam Smith are hoping to “jog the memories” of anyone who might have seen him as there have been no confirmed sightings of him since the weekend.
Aberdeenshire Council has been criticised for ignoring a letter from a pupil outlining safety concerns - and a request to move classes.