The Braemar Tourism Group has launched a “use it or lose it” campaign to support a Sunday bus service in Deeside.
A £390,000 project to carry out road improvements on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road will begin today.
A tourism scheme has been launched to help guide visitors to some of the north-east’s most famous attractions this spring.
New figures that show no driver has been fined for speeding on Union Street in the past four years have raised questions over whether motorists are being adequately monitored.
Fears have been raised that the health care of patients could be at risk if services at an Aberdeenshire hospital are downgraded, ahead of a public consultation on its future next week.
Sleep-deprived north-east residents claim their homes have been left uninhabitable amidst months of noisy construction work on a multi-million-pound rail improvement project.
Health bosses have agreed to fund the provision of a life-changing children’s cardiac nurse following years of campaigning and support by a local charity.
Controversial plans to build a Starbucks cafe complete with a drive-thru lane in Westhill have been recommended for approval – despite dozens of objections from local residents.
A spectacular night-time run through ancient Caledonian forests in the Cairngorms National Park will return for its fifth year this October.
Motorists travelling between Stonehaven and Crathes will face a lengthy diversion over the summer months due to essential bridge repair works on the Slug Road.
An Australian has entered the north-east history books by carrying the world-famous Dinnie Stones the furthest recorded distance in a single lift since the man the heavyweight challenge was named after.
A safety campaign to help protect bikers from becoming yet another fatality on Scotland’s roads has shifted up a gear.
The number of people left homeless as a result of domestic violence has almost tripled in Aberdeen over the past five years.
With a stable job in the oil and gas industry and two university degrees under his belt, Scott McMillan thought he had his whole life laid out in front of him.
A pod of Moray Firth dolphins have been sighted more than 400 miles south, off the coast of Yorkshire – the furthest they have ever been recorded as travelling.
A prehistoric visitor attraction that sucked up millions in council subsidies before closing its doors eight years ago has finally attracted an “interested party”.
New £120,000 proposals to roll out electronic bikes on a popular north-east cycling route have moved up a gear.
A petition to improve train services in an Aberdeenshire community has attracted more than 600 signatures from residents who feel the situation has gone off the rails.
An Aberdeenshire congregation which has lacked a permanent minister for three years has had its prayers answered - in the form of a hill-walking reverend from Lanarkshire.
Bill for fixing Aberdeenshire bridges after Storm Frank tops £1 million – and ‘no timescale’ for Cambus O’May repairs
More than £1 million has now been spent on fixing the Aberdeenshire bridges worst-hit by Storm Frank – and the final historic crossing in line for repair could cost an extra £400,000.
Aberdeenshire school forms partnership with luxury hotel to help pupils consider hospitality careers
An Aberdeenshire school has teamed up with a hotel to help pupils discover new careers they might never have previously considered.
An artist from a community for people with special needs will reveal his unique perspective on the world at an exhibition in Aberdeen this month.
Although the offshore industry has moved on in the decade since April 1, 2009, for many of the families of the 16 men who died in the tragic Super Puma crash north of Peterhead, time has stood still.
Aberdeen Law Project hosts mock trial set in the world of Harry Potter to encourage youngsters into law career
A snide young wizard has "gone on trial" in Aberdeen accused of using a forbidden curse to seriously wound an endearing sidekick.
A dozen council projects across Aberdeen have cost the city almost £100 million more than originally planned, according to the council’s former depute leader.
Tragic teenager Liam Smith’s friends speak at candlelit vigil: ‘This has been really tough, getting up each day and just not knowing’
Hundreds of candles lit up Broad Street at the weekend as mourners gathered to remember Aberdeen teenager Liam Smith.
Talks will be held on ways to improve Aberdeen's Torcher Parade after it was dismissed as "grim" this year.
A teenage girl has gone missing from her home in Aberdeen.
For decades upon decades, generations of north-east men toiled their lives away in miserable conditions deep within quarries to unearth the stone that gave the Granite City its name.
Friends of a teenager found dead in an Aberdeenshire woodland will hold a fundraiser in his memory.
A 100-year-old book written by a wartime correspondent for the Press and Journal's predecessor has been donated to the Gordon Highlander's Museum.
Floral tributes were piled high outside the school of tragic Liam Smith yesterday as his devastated family said their "hearts are broken" over his death.