A former Broch supermarket making way for a place of worship has found itself in the midst of a bizarre health and safety wrangle.
Santa donned his wetsuit and plunged into a tankful of fish at the weekend.
An assortment of musicians in the north-east have united to release a Christmas single to raise money for a mental health charity.
Record crowds lined the streets of Banff at the weekend to see Santa and his reindeer.
Scottish creatures of the deep sea have found a new home at Macduff Marine Aquarium.
A Peterhead man has been banned from keeping animals after starving two dogs, leading to the death of a staffordshire bull terrier named Russia.
The north-east has a reputation for chilling the bones of its residents, but flint found in an archaeological dig has revealed the landscape now home to Peterhead may once have been in the midst of a glacier.
Elderly drivers are being warned to be vigilant after new research revealed they are most likely to be involved in a road accident in December than any other month.
Plans to build two houses on the grounds of a former care home have been recommended for refusal.
The North East Scotland College campus in Fraserburgh will host an information evening for the owners of historic property in the region.
A portfolio of common good assets in Banff has been drawn up for the first time.
A man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder following an alleged robbery near a north-east supermarket ATM.
A schoolboy saved up his pocket money to buy essential items for homeless people in the north-east.
Thieves have targeted a north-east memorial garden in what has been described as as "disrespectful" and "despicable" act.
The Secretary of State for Scotland yesterday visited the north-east to pledge £16 million for the Scottish fishing industry and propose the fight for fishing rights be enshrined in law - but his words failed to convince the region's fisherman.
Celebrity fishing skipper and seafood chief Jimmy Buchan welcomed Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell into Peterhead Fish Market yesterday.
A family yesterday paid tribute to a "hardworking and kind man" killed in a fire in his own home at the weekend.
They have a hectic schedule at this time of year.
Opinions of residents and visitors to Banff will be collected today in an effort to rejuvenate a run down and flood-prone street.
The family of a woman claimed to have been discharged from hospital without a care plan have criticised the lack of communication by NHS Grampian during an investigation.
A woman has been arrested after a pensioner was left shaken in a bag snatch incident.
A recycling centre director said he was "delighted" controversial plans to extend opening hours at the facility to a 24 hour operation were approved yesterday.
Banff Academy pupils are utilising new skills taught by a local silversmith to enhance their art portfolios as part of a Meet the Maker project.
North-east councillors have awarded a Blue Toon community group over £200,000 to refurbish a disused sports facility in the town.
Criminals were blasted for making "heinous" hoax calls to the emergency services yesterday after RNLI crews endangered their lives dealing with a false alarm over the weekend.
Hundreds of pounds has been spent dealing with "menacing" gulls at a north-east super jail.
A probe has been launched after inmates at a north-east superjail were caught posting on social media – just months after a similar incident at the prison.
The Wiseman's Building in Peterhead has been lit up with festive projections which will bring cheer to the town for the whole of December.
Sea cadets old and young have celebrated the 80th anniversary of the unit in Peterhead by reminiscing upon glories past and looking forward to a bright future in the town.
A man will appear in court tomorrow in relation to an alleged assault that took place last week.
A popular north-east reindeer parade will go ahead for what could be the final time as fears persist that its organiser may be forced to pull the plug because of business rates increases.
A Scottish energy company has apologised to residents of two north-east villages after a series of recent power cuts.