A memorial hike will take place in Aberdeenshire next month to mark the 80th anniversary of the first British military casualties of the Second World War.
A national mountaineering organisation has called on local authorities and other groups to crack down on irresponsible campers ruining Scotland’s beauty spots.
A pilot scheme of new kerbside recycling arrangements will be put in place in Braemar and Cruden Bay from next month.
Work on a controversial housing development, which attracted more than 650 letters of objection, will start this year, after the Scottish Government overturned a decision by Aberdeenshire Council to refuse the application.
A Sunday bus service between two Deeside communities has been granted a stay of execution after thousands of people protested against plans to axe the service.
A record number of bats have been recorded at a historic Aberdeenshire mansion.
An international team of geologists and petroleum experts from Aberdeen and Adelaide universities have discovered a “Jurassic World” of around 100 ancient volcanoes buried beneath Australia.
An annual festival of traditional music and crafts in an Aberdeen community for adults with learning disabilities will be held this weekend.
An Aberdeen band hopes to “represent the north of Scotland” when it competes against musicians from the central belt for the chance to take the stage with breakthrough Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro.
The public will be invited to find out more about Scottish history next week at an archaeological dig site at one of the north-east’s most recognisable beauty spots.
Bill Anderson MBE was a “true highland games heavyweight legend” whose name was known in strongman circles around the world.
A Danish bus company has apologised after footage emerged of its staff using planks to manoeuvre a coach over an Aberdeenshire bridge where extremely heavy vehicles are prohibited.
An Aberdeen roofing company has pled guilty to safety failings after one of its employees fell from a ladder and died.
A man has been jailed for 15 months after admitting stabbing a man in an Aberdeen street.
A man has been jailed for 12 months for drug offences.
A teenage sex offender who started a string of devastating wildfires in Aberdeen has been sentenced to nine months in detention.
Archaeologists have returned to an Aberdeenshire woodland to uncover further secrets and shed light on what life was like for north-east peoples thousands of years ago.
A vintage sign that once welcomed rail passengers to Kintore could be given pride of place once again when the Aberdeenshire community’s railway station reopens after more than 50 years.
An Aberdeenshire charity trustee who was left paralysed following an operation has died after bravely battling a mystery illness “right up to the last breath”.
Three people were dramatically rescued from a vessel this weekend moments before it ran aground in choppy seas near Burghead.
A national festival celebrating Scotland’s national drink will take place in Aberdeen for the first time next month.
The demolition of a former Aberdeen school has been hampered due to fears over asbestos.
The Provost of Aberdeenshire has pulled out of a civic event involving the mayor of an Alabaman city twinned with Stonehaven.
A neglected horse who was saved by an Aberdeenshire rescue centre has been crowned the Rehomed Horse of the Year for helping his owner get through a serious illness.
Visitors at the Highland Games in Ballater had two very special reasons to celebrate the occasion.
Aberdeenshire Council is poised to increase security measures at a historic country park following a spree of vandalism, anti-social behaviour, intentional fires and theft in the area.
A group of fishermen whose boats were destroyed in a suspicious fire have renewed their appeal for information, seven months on.
A north-east MP believes data revealing the AWPR has slashed city centre pollution strengthens the case for dualling the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road along the existing route.
A new smartphone app has been launched to build a “health map” of Scotland’s coastlines to help protect marine species and reduce pollution.
A fairy tale woodland in Aberdeenshire created by children has been trashed by vandals for a third time.
Pupils at an Aberdeenshire school have been praised for their academic success in a “particularly difficult year” that involved the death of one of their classmates.
A 78-year-old motorcyclist has been seriously injured after colliding with a car in Aberdeenshire.