The vice-president of the Turriff Show has been found guilty of stalking his estranged wife.
There is a quiet spot along the banks of the River Don where I like to go.
It is one of the most precious freedoms in our democratic society: the ability of journalists to reveal truths, on behalf of the public, that might otherwise remain hidden and to expose them to scrutiny.
Global warming, climate change, Donald Trump, unicorns and slime are just some of the hot topics tackled by school pupils hoping to be named Junior Journalist of the year.
A minister is suing the speeding driver who nearly killed him in a horrific crash for £100,000.
A council boss involved in rebuilding an Aberdeen school following a fire has died at the age of 87.
A promising engineering student has died aged just 22 after having an epileptic seizure.
When the phone rang at midnight last summer, Anne Lyden assumed it was a wrong number and didn’t pick up.
As Halinka Louise Kerr goes about her day, there is one phrase going through her mind: “Get up, dress up, show up and never give up”.
When Michelle Szombara first began chatting to Alan Clarkson online, she thought she had met the man of her dreams.
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An Aberdeenshire teenager has urged young people to choose a Foundation Apprenticeship to "stand out from the crowd" when they leave school.
An ambitious schoolgirl has opted to jump start her career prospects by taking up a Foundation Apprenticeship.
Brian McKandie was a beloved pillar of his community - the man everyone turned to when they needed a car or a household appliance repaired, and the man they stopped to chat to as they passed.
A decision on controversial plans to overhaul waste and recycling services in the north-east has been pushed back until next year.
Politicians have hailed the return of trade and business to an Aberdeenshire community blighted by limited access as repairs were made to a historic road arch.
A woman has died in a fire on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
This Sunday, the country will pause, as it does every year, to remember all those who have fallen in the service of our country in every conflict since 1914. In this year of the centenary of the armistice, the two minutes’ silence will have greater resonance than usual.
Man-made oyster reefs could be used to protect a Mearns community against the effects of tidal and rainfall erosion.
Perthshire is known as Big Tree Country. With more than 200,000 acres of woodland, the region is home to some of the biggest and oldest trees in the world.
They are used to entertaining thousands of screaming fans in arenas and stadiums around the world.
A celebrity bodyguard was jailed for four years yesterday after being convicted of swindling the taxman of £419,000.
Former first minister Alex Salmond has resigned from the SNP, amid allegations of sexual harassment.
An eight-year-old waiting for a blood stem cell donation has finally found a match - his little sister.
Forecasters say temperatures could break the Scottish record today.
Forecasters say temperatures could break the record high this week.
Residents of Westhill have been given the first glimpse of a new centrepiece for the town.
Prosecutors will head to court today to argue that the sentence handed down to an Aberdeen rapist is too lenient.
A sea eagle tagged with a tracking device has gone missing.
Scores of families turned out to help support cancer patients living across the north-east at the weekend.
MPs currently considering the impact of brain tumours on sufferers, families and the NHS are urging people to share their experiences as part of their inquiry.
A light aircraft has come down in Moray. Police, fire and paramedics are currently at Shempstons Airfield, Lossiemouth, following reports of the crash. The pilot was alone on board, and is not believed to have been seriously injured. More to follow.
A man has been arrested after a construction vehicle crashed into a sheltered housing complex.