The reopening of Moray’s railway following an £80million upgrade has been hailed as a “huge vote of confidence” in the region. Read More
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Fire crews are currently in attendance at an Aberdeenshire horse breeding farm after a barn fire reignited, destroying hundreds of bales of hay.
Police have closed off a road close to Haudagain Roundabout following a two car crash.
One person has been taken to hospital after a crash between a motorbike and a car in Aberdeenshire.
Fire crews were called out to a barn fire near Laurencekirk yesterday.
Work has commenced to ensure north-east towns are protected from future flooding damage.
The reopening of Moray’s railway following an £80million upgrade has been hailed as a “huge vote of confidence” in the region.
A major north-east commuter road will be reduced to one lane in both directions from today – for the next four months.
Police Scotland is urging rural business owners to ensure they have robust security measures in place following two break-ins overnight.
An Aberdeenshire man, who was billed for more than £200 after his van leaked oil on to the road, has claimed he has been punished for trying to prevent a serious crash.
A firm staffed by elite SAS, special forces and intelligence service veterans is believed to have been enlisted to look at security for a controversial Aberdeenshire windfarm site.
An Aberdeenshire woman was left gobsmacked after being issued a £100 fine for parking in Inverness when her car was 90 miles away outside her home.
Emergency services were called to a four-vehicle crash on the A96 earlier this morning.
Rail passengers hoping to travel to the Scottish capital from Aberdeen this morning are facing disruption after a train hit a tree.
High visibility patrols across the north-east at the weekend resulted with 11 people being charged with alleged drink-driving offences
A woman who came close to drowning in Aberdeen Harbour was rescued, thanks to the efforts of the Aberdeen lifeboat team this weekend.
Aberdeenshire Council has spent almost £7million putting homeless people into temporary accommodation in the last six years, new figures show.
Hurricane-force winds are due to batter coastal areas across the Highlands and the north-east tonight.
Aberdeenshire Conservatives were celebrating yesterday after keeping hold of a council seat and winning the Inverurie by-election.
Alford Academy welcomed a special guest to the school this week when two-time world superbike champion-turned-rock musician James Toseland spent the day with pupils and staff.
A whistleblower who claimed he was wrongly dismissed after telling energy firm bosses about drug-taking on site and an 11-year-old girl being allowed to drive a digger could learn his fate in the next month.
Police have seized nearly £7,500 worth of class B drugs from a property in Aberdeenshire.
Lord Thurso has defended plans to close visitor centres – including Thurso itself – saying a proposed shake-up will lead to "more and better" services.
Motorists are being warned to expect delays when a section of the A90 Aberdeen to Peterhead road, north of Toll of Birness junction, will have restricted overnight access next week.
A £330million upgrade of the Aberdeen to Inverness rail line has been plunged into uncertainty amid a dispute between Holyrood and Westminster.
Emeli Sande has watched recent terrorist attacks at music events with a sense of incredulity.
A north-east firefighter has accused his estranged wife of threatening to claim he had raped her and have his children taken away.
Three walkers and their canine friends had to be rescued last night after getting lost in the Glenshee hills.
The family of a selfless woman who spent her final days volunteering for a north-east charity before losing her battle with cystic fibrosis collected a special posthumous award on her behalf yesterday.
Even legendary commentator Sid Waddell might have run out of superlatives.
A north-east energy firm failed to properly investigate a whistleblower’s claims that staff were on drugs, a tribunal has heard.
Scottish tourism bosses have confirmed nearly two-thirds of their tourist information centres will close as part of a “radical” move, designed to meet the increasingly digital needs of visitors.
The A93 North Deeside Road is expected to close this weekend to enable the contractor for the AWPR project to undertake essential surfacing works to the west of the new Bridge.