A five-screen Peterhead cinema development has been given a £200,000 boost by Aberdeenshire Council.
The owners of a north-east garage which was destroyed in a massive fire have been given permission to rebuild the premises.
An RAF enthusiast has appealed for information about the identity of a mystery pilot in a portrait he discovered.
A book which chronicles the history of an Aberchirder hall with links to the First World War will be released this weekend.
The staff are getting their teeth into the upcoming Shark Season at a popular north-east attraction.
Councillors have raised concerns about the capacity of the proposed new Peterhead Academy.
Police are appealing for information after a north-east pharmacy was broken into.
A north-east woman who believes she has a severe menstrual condition which makes her life a misery has been denied an operation she says would radically improve her health.
A new crematorium planned for the north-east could ease round trips of up to 120 miles which mourners have to make for services at present.
Plans to build nearly 20 homes in St Combs have been approved, despite design concerns.
Fetterangus Primary pupils have come first in a national competition for their smashing glass recycling-themed rendition of 10 Green Bottles.
Councillors have raised fears that a travellers site planned for near Hatton could impact a local water supply.
A north-east man has completed a solo walk from Oban to Fraserburgh to raise money for the Boys Brigade.
The First Minister yesterday hailed a multi-million pound Aberdeenshire health centre as an example for Scotland as she met the first baby born there and one born just 15 hours ahead of her visit.
Work will soon be complete on the million-pound revamp of Peterhead Sheriff Court.
Motoring enthusiasts took took part in an annual charity road run this weekend.
A political enthusiast who helped set up the Fraserburgh SNP branch has died at the age of 94.
Two friends have raised £5,000 for cancer charities while completing a life-life ambition to cycle the length of the UK.
A "bittersweet" annual dinner has raised £6,500 towards the life-saving charity Keiran's Legacy.
Many people hand down a recipe, clothes or jewellery to their children but a retiring policeman has taken it a step further - passing his beat onto his son.
A north-east dad diagnosed with terminal cancer just the week before his wedding has been inundated with donations from well-wishers.
Staff and pupils at Turriff Primary and Nursery have been praised by inspectors following a recent review of the school.
Aberdeenshire Council has vowed to carry out urgent repairs after a grieving mother discovered her son's grave was sinking - just five weeks after his burial.
Councillors have narrowly backed plans for 10 new houses near Banff.
Officers have scaled back the search for a man who has been missing from Peterhead for several weeks.
A north-east man who lost his son to suicide has written a book to help come to terms with his grief - and to encourage more people to talk about mental health.
A Turriff teenager held back from playing football due to his asthma has won a national award for being a volunteer coach.
A north-east dog sanctuary is facing thousands of pounds worth of repairs following the weekend's downpour.
The academic achievements of almost 100 north-east students have been celebrated at the Fraserburgh North East Scotland College graduations.
North-east residents are today counting the cost of the flash flooding that devastated their communities at the weekend.
For some, the weekend's devastating flooding was merely the latest in a wearying series of incidents.
A triumvirate of maritime enthusiasts, who are compiling a book on one of the world's most historic seafaring prizes have thanked Press and Journal readers for their help with the project.