A family has paid tribute to a “much loved son, brother and grandson” who died suddenly at the weekend.
The volunteers behind one of the north-east’s most popular tourist attractions have been given the royal seal of approval.
Drugs, cars, motorbikes and a jet ski were all seized by police following a major early morning raid on a north-east farm.
Police have confirmed they are dealing with an ongoing incident in a north-east town.
Transport chiefs have been accused of “palming off” responsibility for major disruption caused by the 24-hour rail work in Aberdeen.
Doubts have been raised over the feasibility of a controversial tractor ban on the AWPR.
The AWPR is scheduled for completion later this year, but the stretch has been close to 40 years in the making.
Transport chiefs have come under fire after it emerged the cyclists invited to become the first to take to a major stretch of the AWPR will be unable to use their own bikes.
A number of motorists were pulled over for allegedly speeding on the A90 Aberdeen to Fraserburgh road - just hours after the new dualled section opened for the first time.
North-east residents are being urged to have a say on how crashes can be drastically reduced on a dangerous north-east road.
A former senior official at Robert Gordon University has criticised the board for the way it has responded to its leadership crisis.
A whisky so rare that even the angels have barely had their share will be auctioned off this week.
Social care bosses have pledged to act swiftly but sensitively to move vulnerable residents from a crisis-hit care home.
A bus service was cancelled after a passenger fell ill while travelling through Deeside.
A teacher who spent his free time flying high above the north-east has left a lasting legacy for his fellow aviators.
Residents of dementia unit at troubled north-east care home could be relocated to hospital as ‘short-term’ fix
The families of pensioners at an under-fire care home have been told their loved ones may have to be moved into hospital because there is not enough room elsewhere.
Bosses at crisis-hit Robert Gordon University have rejected calls for an inquiry into their appointment of a new principal.
A prominent emblem of Deeside’s royal heritage will soon reopen more than two years after it was destroyed by a fire.
The summer sunshine held up its end of the bargain once more as thousands turned out to enjoy the Ballater Highland Games.
A north-east school which has been shut for almost six months because it had no head teacher could soon be opened again.
Union bosses claim that city bus services are under threat after a flurry of resignations following a row over pay earlier this year.
Anglers are being offered the chance to take over a fishing beat in a north-east village.
A north-east couple claim they could be forced into bankruptcy due to spiralling factoring costs.
Dozens of groups in the north and north-east have been awarded funding by a UK charity.
Calls have been made for a north-east council to replace an ageing bridge which will soon be demolished.
The Duke of Rothesay has partnered with a Deeside whisky maker to help school the next generation of distillers.
A devastated postie had to tell his mother that scammers had emptied their savings account - on her 83rd birthday.
Crowds gathered to watch the Queen carry out an annual tradition when she began her summer break on Royal Deeside.
The first minister is under pressure to step in and help overturn a controversial tractor ban on the new Aberdeen bypass.
A north-east MSP has urged transport chiefs to ensure repairs are carried out to vital roads which have been damaged by construction traffic.
A group of cyclists have returned from a gruelling 700 mile cycle in support of the battle against motor neuron disease (MND).
A new training scheme will follow in the footsteps of a pioneering Grampian initiative and strengthen ties between the health service and its Australian counterpart.