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Police have named the school bus driver killed in yesterday's early morning crash near Aberdeen.
A new primary school was officially opened with an unveiling ceremony yesterday.
A life raft that was being towed to a north-east port has been found washed up on a beach.
An “extremely popular” bus driver died in a serious three-vehicle smash at a busy junction as he took pupils to their private school early yesterday morning.
A pensioner accused of trying to kill her husband had “lost all sense of reality” at the time of the incident, a court heard yesterday.
A pensioner has claimed she has been trapped in her home for almost a week because her icy street is too treacherous to drive or walk on.
A two-car crash has happened on a busy north-east road. The collision occurred on the A944 Aberdeen to Alford road, just outside Dunecht at about 4.30pm. No one has been injured and both cars have not been damaged. Police say the surface of the road is treacherous due to the icy conditions.
Pupils and staff at Westhill Academy are being sent home at 2.30pm due to poor conditions in the area.
Controversial cost-cutting plans to axe Christmas gifts for care home residents could be approved next week.
Westhill residents yesterday hit out at the state of their “disgraceful” icy pavements claiming some of the grit bins in the town had been empty for a week.
A 68-year-old school bus driver has died following a three-vehicle collision at a busy junction in Aberdeen this morning.
A number of north-east roads have been closed following a three-vehicle crash.
A woman accused of trying to kill her husband told police that she “may have saved someone’s life” by stabbing him to stop him drink driving.
Businesses in the north-east will continue to benefit from rates relief measures as well as a new package of support.
Thousands of homes are reportedly without power in the Ellon area.
GP recruitment has stalled or slid backwards in most of the north and north-east, despite soaring numbers of medical staff elsewhere in Scotland.
A group of Syrian refugees created a festive feast to thank a Deeside community which welcomed them after they fled their war-torn homes.
A north-east couple have celebrated their platinum wedding anniversary with their friends and family.
A north-east education chief has revealed she will retire from her role after seven years.
A new report claims the economic benefits expected from Aberdeen FC’s proposed move to a new stadium have been “grossly overstated”.
A school will reopen today after scores of firefighters battled to save the building from an overnight blaze.
More than one in five schoolchildren living in the north and north-east is at risk of becoming overweight or obese.
Residents living close to the scene of the oil spill between Cookney and Netherley have faced delays since the cordon was put up last week.
Calls were made yesterday for safety improvements to be made on a north-east road.
Multimillion pound proposals to improve transport links in the north-east have been described as “unambitious” by councillors.
A new £54million school for Inverurie has been backed by councillors.
Motorists and residents are being warned to expect more icy conditions as the cold snap in the north continues.
Hundreds of new homes will be built in Inverurie after two major developments were approved.
Firefighters battled a blaze at an Aberdeenshire primary school in the early hours of this morning.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos has provided a photograph of the site where work is being carried out to fix a crack in the Forties pipeline.
The annual Stonehaven Nippy Dip will be going ahead this New Year again with backing from the community council.