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An Aberdeenshire school has been evacuated and fire crews have been called after a “strange smell” was reported.
Yellow bar markings are to be added to one of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route's junctions.
A former North Sea oil executive has taken over a popular pub and restaurant in Aberdeen.
Ski centres were left out in the cold yesterday as the first flurries of snow descended on the north and north east.
An academic is calling for greater awareness of the role played by a north-east farmer’s son involved in post war talks to create a new world order.
Stonehaven shedders pick-up keys to new premises thanks to community asset transfer from Aberdeenshire Council
An Aberdeenshire men’s shed group finally has the keys to its own premises.
Plans for a new north-east substation and underground cables have been rubber-stamped by councillors.
A man accused of murder told a friend he would pay him £500 to drop him off so he could "do someone in" in the weeks before the mechanic's death, a court heard yesterday.
The first snowfall of the year brought with it power outages, school closures, a string of accidents and widespread transport delays.
Aberdeenshire Council to roll out three-week bin collections and cut recycling centre hours to save just £500,000
Campaigners have scored a victory to save their recycling centres - at the expense of the service offered at nearly a dozen across the region.
Controversial proposals to scrap free short-stay parking across Aberdeenshire have taken a major step forward despite widespread opposition from businesses.
Scotland’s all female shooting club, Glad Rags and Cartridge Bags, is celebrating their fifth year.
On the final day of the P&J’s week-long series on challenges and trends in the local funeral sector, Calum Ross finds that many families are moving away from traditional ceremonies.
A 22-year-old has appeared in court charged with helping an on-the-run car thief.
Met Office forecast predicts further snow showers and plunging temperatures for the north and north-east
There are further snow showers expected in parts of the north and north-east of Scotland today after the region woke up to difficult travel condition this morning.
A north-east murder accused told a friend he would pay him £500 to drop him off somewhere and pick him up later and to make sure he was seen in Huntly or Inverurie in the intervening time, a court has heard.
Police officers have launched a search for a missing toy pig's owner after it was discovered on the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
The snow and ice that hit the north and north-east overnight caused a spate of collisions and transport delays this morning.
Searches continue for missing Aberdeen teenager Liam Smith two months to the day since he was last seen.
One vehicle has crashed on the Aberdeen bypass this morning.
The BBC's Antiques Roadshow’s visited the picturesque grounds of Aberdeenshire's Crathes Castle last year.
The icy conditions in the north-east have led to a number of crashes this morning.
Court hears man accused of murdering north-east mechanic Brian McKandie paid £1,500 bar tab the week his alleged victim died
A man accused of murder paid off a £1,500 bar tab the week his alleged victim died having not bought a drink in the pub for a year, a court has heard.
Motorists will face a 24-mile detour for two weeks to allow essential repairs to be carried out on a vulnerable Donside bridge.
A yellow 'be aware' weather warning has been issued by the Met Office, with snow and ice forecasted for the north and north-east today.
Adverse weather conditions are causing a number of crashes and school closures across the north and north-east this morning.
On the fourth day of the P&J’s week-long series on funeral costs and trends in northern Scotland, Calum Ross finds out whether interest in green burial grounds has been growing.
Firefighters were called to an Aberdeenshire farm tonight after a horse became stuck in a horse box and its owner was unable to free it from its predicament.
One person has been taken to hospital after a crash involving two cars and a bin lorry outside an Aberdeenshire supermarket.
Forensic pathologist who examined body of north-east mechanic knew as soon as he unzipped the bag something was ‘not right’
The pathologist who investigated the body of a north-east mechanic found dead in his home has told a court he "unzipped the bag" and realised straight away something was "not right."
The public are being advised to remain vigilant following a number of incidents across the north-east involving counterfeit currency.
In line with Aberdeenshire Council’s New Year drive to improve sports provision in the region, councillors yesterday gave two north-east communities a seasonal boost.