A wildlife photographer has captured a series of spectacular shots of birds of prey at a north-east nature reserve.
A newly-formed angling group is casting its net far and wide for new members.
Environmental campaigner loses court battle after accusing north-east council of failing to clean roads
A former waste boss who accused Aberdeenshire Council of failing to keep streets clean has lost his court battle.
Taxpayers have paid out hundreds of thousands of pounds to send councillors and officers to far-flung locations such as Florida, Greenland and Slovenia in the past two years.
Health boards in the north and north-east have been shortchanged out of tens of millions of pounds, opposition politicians have claimed.
North-east Boys’ Brigade fear for future of annual summer trip after Easy Jet pulled out of Gatwick flights
A youth group leader fears the future of an annual excursion is under threat after an airline scrapped its regional route from Aberdeen to London.
North-east councillor questions increasingly ‘depressing’ budget-setting process after voting for £22 million of cuts
One of dozens of north-east councillors who this week voted for £22 million of cuts - which will hit schools, libraries and bus services - has branded the budget-setting process "depressing".
The leader of the largest opposition group in the chamber said he was deeply concerned about the prospect of redundancies.
Schools, libraries and bus services across Aberdeenshire will all be hit by swinging council cuts.
Thieves have stolen more than £26,000 of equipment from a cash-strapped council in just six months.
Work could soon be underway to upgrade railway bridges as part of a multi-million-pound scheme to cut journey times between the north-east and Highlands.
Thousands of people have voiced their opposition to plans to scrap a north-east bus service.
A popular north-east food festival is serving up another year of culinary excellence for its 20th anniversary, with a celebrity chef as its star attraction.
A scheme is underway to transform transport links between Inverurie and its rural outskirts.
A £5 million roads repair "holiday" is one of a raft of controversial cuts being proposed by opposition politicians to balance a north-east council's books.
Fire services are currently dealing with a huge fire in Aberdeen.
A search is underway for the owners of a dilapidated barn left badly damaged after a car crashed into it.
Scores of volunteers have signed up to help ensure Aberdeenshire's roads and pavements are safe as the wintry weather continues.
Scores of Australian nurses could travel across the globe to work in north-east hospitals after local health chiefs won their battle to relax restrictions on foreign staff.
Council chiefs claim a drastic overhaul of local government finance is needed if they are to cope with increasingly tough economic times.
Thousands of people in the north and north-east have been caught driving without a licence, including underage drivers.
A north-east council has refused to rule out cutting jobs as it attempts to overcome a gaping deficit of almost £30 million.
Hundreds of jobs could go as Aberdeenshire Council looks to close a budget black hole of £27 million.
Flood-hit communities will reap the rewards of £700,000 of national funding.
A north-east school community has come through dark days to enjoy the benefits of a stunning new home, Provost of Aberdeenshire Bill Howatson said yesterday.
A row has broken out between Trump International and planners after it emerged a final decision on its £150 million development had been pushed back.
Work will be suspended on an Aberdeen city centre street due to tonight's match at Pittodrie.
A decision on plans for more than 500 new homes on the Menie Estate near Balmedie has been postponed.
The sister of a murdered Aberdeen schoolboy fears his killer will soon be back on the streets.
Thousands of people in the north and north-east have had their cars seized by police for driving without insurance.
Aberdeenshire's finance chiefs have made repeated calls for more powers to be devolved to local government.
The number of patients waiting for emergency care in the north-east is at a four year high - and has soared by almost 40% since 2015.