Motorists are experiencing heavy delays as a result of the crash.
An appeal has been launched after an injured Rhea was discovered running loose in a north-east village.
Delays are affecting a north-east road after a collision this afternoon.
A motorcyclist has been charged after allegedly speeding at 100mph on the A90. The 35-year-old was stopped by road policing officers on patrol between Ellon and Balmedie. Police said the rider will be reported to the Procurator Fiscal in due course.
A rural Aberdeenshire community fears it could be “sandwiched” between existing roads and plans for a new, dualled A96 Aberdeen to Huntly road.
Scores of children put their coding skills to the test as part of a regional technology competition this week.
One of the smallest hillwalkers in the country has conquered some of the tallest mountains in Britain – thanks to a constant supply of Percy Pigs sweeties.
Record crowds visited Stonehaven for the 10th anniversary Midsummer Beer Happening at the weekend.
The Women's Land Army was re-established in June 1939, under the command of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries and given an honorary head, Lady Denman.
A north-east teenager is one step closer to her musical dream after seeing success on a television talent show.
Hundreds of people joined hands to form a human chain around one of the tallest peaks of Bennachie as part of a fundraising celebration of the Aberdeenshire landmark.
Scots have travelled all over the world and made their mark throughout the Commonwealth.
An Inverurie woman has achieved the highest honour in girlguiding.
An 18th-century bridge linking Aberdeenshire to Moray has been afforded new protection against wear and tear from heavy goods vehicles.
Library staff are planning an Aberdeenshire-wide bear hunt to mark the 30th anniversary of a children's classic.
A north-east schoolboy jogged with a crown prince, ate grasshoppers and raised £6,000 for charity during an African adventure.
An Aberdeenshire rugby club is to help with the relaunch of its pre-season competition after a funding boost.
Contactless payment is being rolled out across Aberdeenshire’s pay and display car parks to make it easier for drivers to abide by controversial new rules.
Stonehaven’s popular beach boardwalk will undergo a £250,000 transformation after receiving funding from the Scottish Government.
More than 700 people have signed a petition to save a historic bridge between two Deeside communities, after it was suddenly closed to traffic earlier this year.
The Inspiring Aberdeenshire awards have recognised a group which welcomed scores of refugees to the area, a woman who has taught dancing for more than 60 years and a teenager who raised thousands of pounds to help bereaved parents.
A musician is looking forward to developing his passion for jazz when he joins the Royal Scottish Conservatoire later this year.
When five-year-old Jack Russel, Rebel, arrived at the Scottish SPCA's Aberdeenshire rescue centre he was suffering from a "very bad" case of mange and shunned any human contact.
Heavy rainfall expected as thunderstorms roll in across the north and north-east of Scotland this weekend.
The biggest annual gathering of pupils from across Scotland has addressed issues such as mental health, isolation, LGBTQ+ and period poverty.
Bin lorry drivers have been trained in gritters to help hard-working council staff keep north-east roads safe from snow and ice this winter.
A new cafe has been launched in the north-east to help recovering addicts turn their lives around.
Aberdeenshire Council’s move to scrap free parking at its off-street car parks is a “kick in the teeth” for local companies, it was claimed last night.
Seven people were taken to hospital after a three-car crash in Aberdeenshire this evening.
Scotland international athlete Kelsey Stewart was celebrating a different kind of triumph yesterday as she picked up a exercise and health science degree.
A driving route, created to promote the north-east, has received a funding boost to maintain the momentum from its opening season.
Three minor injury units in Aberdeenshire have had their opening hours slashed by health bosses after more than a year of talks.
A new resource has been launched to encourage young people to learn more about the north-east suffrage movement.
Education chiefs want to change the school zones in the north-east town to cope with capacity issues caused by new housing and a growing population.
One of Scotland’s most beloved bobbies has joined the country-wide Oor Wullie's Big Bucket Trail – to make sure the world-famous cartoon character is behaving himself as he helps to raise cash for children's charities.
Planners have once again recommended refusal for controversial plans to legitimise a traveller’s site in southern Aberdeenshire.
Hospital staff failed to properly care for a patient who died from a reaction to medication he was given, a watchdog has ruled.
Dozens of new council homes have been built in Aberdeenshire as part of a £11million project.
A team of Deeside school pupils have beaten their north-east rivals to a Scottish electric car racing crown.
A biker was taken to hospital after a rush hour crash on a north-east road yesterday.
Aberdeenshire Council has fast-tracked work to reattach a sign to a bridge after residents complained that the decision to close a road for three weeks to arrange repairs was "ridiculous".
Aberdeen University welcomed back one of its most distinguished alumni yesterday as Dame Sue Black was awarded an honorary doctorate.
Three people have been charged in connection with the recovery of heroin and cocaine from the Ardlair Terrace area of Dyce.
A motorcyclist has been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after being involved in a crash with a car on a north-east road.
A recently-discovered "manhood stone" in Deeside has been called an "absolute beast" after weighing in at 456lbs.
A north-east charity is preparing for a fundraising racing event with a difference, as camels will compete in contests as well as horses.
One of Aberdeen's oldest buildings has organised a poignant memorial to those who fell in wars in the 20th century and those who continue to carry out military service in the 21st.
Almost 4,000 people have died as a direct result of drinking across the north of Scotland over the past four decades.
There was a delivery with a difference at a north-east stable as staff welcomed a very rare set of twins.
A group of "mindless" joy riders tore up a north-east golf course at the weekend, leaving one green badly damaged.