Five men have been convicted of murdering Fraserburgh man Gary Clampett on June 18 last year.
A dozen trains used on north-east routes have been moved to England, it has emerged.
Thousands of runners pushed themselves to the limit for this year’s Run Balmoral yesterday with the stunning Royal Deeside as their backdrop.
Ice cream shops across the north are bracing themselves for a flood of customers as the region enjoys scorching temperatures.
A political row has been sparked over a proposed U-turn on the sale of a north-east council’s headquarters.
The Press and Journal has been named the UK Regional Daily Newspaper of the Year at a prestigious national awards ceremony.
Judy Murray has welcomed a north-east council’s decision to back a £15million sports centre for Inverurie.
New study reveals correlation between availability of booze and crime, deaths and hospital stays across Scotland
A new study has revealed the direct correlation between alcohol availability and crime across the north of Scotland and further afield.
A man hunt has been launched after two police officers were attacked with “bricks and weapons” while responding to an incident in Moray.
Congratulations to Cove Rangers, who were crowned this season’s Press and Journal Highland League in an action-packed day of games. The other scores were as follows: Brora Rangers 3-0 Deveronvale Forres Mechanics 4-1 Strathspey Thistle Huntly 1-2 Formartine United Rothes 4-1 Nairn County Turriff United 0-1 Inverurie Locos Wick Academy 4-0 Fraserburgh
A man has been airlifted to hospital following a serious accident at an Aberdeenshire farm.
High Court hears that one of the men accused of killing Gary Clampett was in a relationship with the Fraserburgh man’s wife before their marriage
A murder accused has said he would have “wrung” his best friend’s neck had he realised he was carrying the knife which ultimately caused a dad’s death.
A young flight enthusiast who saved for a year to buy a drone has been left heartbroken after a struggling shop lost his prized flying machine.
A north-east dad has denied plotting, with six others, to murder a Fraserburgh man.
An iconic north-east baker, famed for its delicious butteries, is to sell up after generations of serving the beloved snack.
A tourist group has been praised for helping bring an increasing number of visitors to experience the sights and sounds of the Mearns.
A Deeside gamekeeper has been banned from working for three years amid claims a bird of prey was illegally trapped on an estate.
A big-hearted brother and sister took an unusual step to raise funds for a cancer charity in memory of their late great-aunt.
An award-winning road safety show could be axed if sponsors for this year’s event is not found.
A convicted sex offender will learn his fate next month after he was caught with indecent videos of children on his phone.
A man who had drugs hidden in his shoe when police raided his house has been jailed.
Transport chiefs are facing fresh calls to improve safety on a school bus route in the north-east.
Police are working with social workers to offer vulnerable people an escape from victimisation by brutal drug dealers.
A community claims plans for a new bus lane in the west end of the city will push traffic onto side streets already struggling to cope with the volume of cars.
A blundering drug courier caught transporting about £30,000 of cocaine and cannabis through Aberdeen has been jailed for 16 months.
An Aberdeen man has been jailed after assaulting and attempting to rob a shopkeeper.
An exhibition delving into the history of the North Sea oil and gas industry has opened at a north-east university.
A clan commander is marching to the beat of his own drum after becoming the youngest person to hold the position in Scotland.
Police are investigating reports that a woman was sexually assaulted by a fellow patient at a north-east hospital.
Planners have narrowly backed the controversial transformation of a country estate into houses, a tourist attraction and equestrian centre.
Councillors have backed a major house builder’s masterplan for a coastal village.
Aberdeenshire councillors have backed a second attempt to prevent serious accidents from taking place at an historic arch.