Flood-hit communities in the north-east have been left "high and dry" by the Scottish Government's draft budget.
Hundreds of hate crimes were committed in Aberdeenshire over the past year.
The Trump organisation has threatened to walk away from further investment in the north-east if its £150 million housing plans are rejected by planners.
A kind-hearted community group will be ensuring Christmas cheer is spread far and wide when they serve up turkey and all the trimmings on the big day.
Councillors have called for transport chiefs to explain their reasons for not dualling the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road along the existing road.
A controversial proposal to scrap free car parking periods in Aberdeenshire's town centres has been deferred.
Parents have accused Aberdeenshire Council of putting their children at risk following a fire sparked by construction work.
Aberdeen University medical chief remains positive despite departure of 16 academics from vital research unit
The head of a north-east university's medical school has admitted he is "disappointed" to lose a team of highly-sought after researchers.
A north-east council has dismissed fears it plans to close a town hall for six months next year, which had led to concerns that community events would have to be scrapped.
Aberdeen University medical chief promises thorough and transparent investigation into students that ruined couple’s wedding
Prof Heys pledged to be transparent about the results of an investigation which was launched after boozed-up students ruined a north-east couple's wedding reception last week.
Fresh calls have been made for environmental chiefs to take a tougher stance on people disturbing seals at a north-east estuary.
A north-east beauty queen has been crowned Mrs Scotland after organisers stripped the original winner of her title.
A man has died following a fire inside his campervan in the Highlands last week.
Dozens of academics from a vital medical research unit have been poached from a north-east university, sparking fears about its reputation.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish has issued a personal appeal to help find missing teenager Liam Smith.
Two north-east parks could be permanently protected because of their links with the First World War.
A woman had to be freed from her car after a head-on smash with another vehicle on a north-east road.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish has issued a personal appeal to help find missing Liam Smith.
Police will be in an Aberdeen shopping centre today to try and speak to anyone who may have seen missing teen Liam Smith - one week after he disappeared.
Beefed-up dealers are flogging tanning injections and bodybuilding steroids to vain punters alongside Class A drugs, an academic has claimed.
A Second World War veteran marked a momentous occasion by blowing out the candles surrounded by loved ones.
Concerns have been raised about the declining number of patients being treated for eating disorders in north-east hospitals, despite a national spike of cases.
A North East MSP has said he hopes a "line can be drawn" after he was cleared of financial impropriety following a lobbying row.
Fresh calls have been made for transport chiefs to scrap plans to change the route of a major north-east road.
A north-east fisherman has taken home the silverware after landing a whopper of a catch.
A north-east couple overcame life-threatening illness, sub-zero temperatures and corrupt policemen to traverse some of the world's least-travelled locations.
A controversial offshore windfarm which will provide power for thousands of homes could be rubber-stamped by planners next week.
The owner of a Peterhead sweet shop is "absolutely devastated" after a heartless thief stole a Poppy Scotland charity tin from her business, just days after Remembrance Sunday.
The next generation of architects are on track to help revitalise a former north-east railway line and popular walking spot.
The next step to make sure a north-east town is bolstered against severe floods will take place next month.
A church congregation is hopeful it can secure a permanent home while reviving a disused community building.
A play marking the centenary of the First World War will be performed in Aberdeen on Sunday.