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Police have been called to a three-vehicle crash on a north-east road.
The Scottish SPCA is appealing for information after it is believed that a cat was shot in Auchomacoy, Ellon on July 6.
VIDEO: Stonehaven’s ‘Riviera’ Highland Games ticks buckets lists and brings together long-lost relatives
People from all corners of the globe gathered to soak up the sunshine and get a taste of Highland Games action in Stonehaven yesterday.
A Deeside village hall will be knocked down and replaced with a new building.
Thousands of fires are being started on purpose across the north-east as firefighters attempt to combat natural blazes brought on by soaring temperatures.
A pensioner got on his bike to celebrate a major milestone among family and friends.
Hundreds of runners turned out for an inaugural north-east race yesterday.
Scottish Conservative MSPs have said that a notorious north-east road is an “ideal candidate” for a higher speed limit for lorries.
A north-east man who was missing for four days has been traced and transported to hospital.
Emergency services attended at a north-east farm this afternoon after a vehicle caught on fire.
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Hundreds of protesters gathered at the entrance to Trump International Golf Links in Balmedie to demonstrate against the US leader.
Vast tapestry of Scots history and migration from around the globe drops into Inverurie for summer exhibition
A world-famous historical work of art chronicling the impact of Scots throughout the world is on display at an Aberdeenshire tourist attraction.
Urgent calls have been made for street lighting and footpaths to be installed along a new stretch of the AWPR to allow locals to safely catch a bus.
Police will return to the scene of an assault on a teenage girl in an Aberdeen community today to continue their investigation.
New figures have revealed that fishermen face a risk of death six times higher than the most dangerous jobs on land, confirming the profession as the UK’s “most fatal”.
Scottish Open fans will this weekend have the chance to experience the latest and one of the most innovative of Scotland’s anti-speeding campaigns being spearheaded by a Caithness woman.
More than 40 nurses from across the north-east have been recognised for their commitment to community care having amassed 1,270 years of service between them.
Six people had to be taken to hospital yesterday, following a crash at a notorious north-east accident blackspot which destroyed two cars.
A man in his 50s has died following a one-vehicle crash in the north-east earlier today.
Police have confirmed that Malcolm Ritchie, who had been reported missing from his home in Portlethen, has been found safe and well. Mr Ritchie was last seen at around 8am this morning. A police spokesman said: “Members of the media and public are thanked for their assistance.”
A Peterhead man appeared in the dock at the High Court in Glasgow today accused of raping two women.
An air ambulance has been called to take a motorcyclist to hospital following a crash on a rural Aberdeenshire road this afternoon.
BrewDog has been given permission to expand one of its north-east sites.
Police dogs were drafted in yesterday as the search for a vulnerable missing 51-year-old man continued into its third day and residents were urged to check their sheds and outbuildings.
It started out as a mission to delve into a centuries-old chapter of north-east history.
A group of former Gordon Highlanders made a significant donation to the Gordon Highlanders Museum after hosting a fundraising golf tournament.
A man in his 50s has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following an alleged assault involving a car.
The Scottish Government has denied claims that a £200 million rail upgrade in the north-east has been abandoned – and revealed the plans could progress within weeks.
A community group has been awarded almost £10,500 to restore two historic sundials at a north-east castle.
Proposals to drastically improve a scenic walking route along the south Aberdeenshire coast have taken a step forward.
With just weeks to go until the Great Aberdeen Run returns, one participant is being buoyed along in his training by the memory of his sister.