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A horse has fallen down a cliff in Aberdeenshire.
Storm Doris: Beautiful snow pictures paint lovely scene in Aberdeenshire… But also show why schools had to close
Snow has swept in to the north-east with Storm Doris this morning, blanketing inland Aberdeenshire.
Storm Doris arrived in Scotland this morning as roads, schools and airports were hit by high winds and snow.
An original ship's bolt from the Cutty Sark has been presented to the home village of the famous clipper's designer.
Fears have been raised that youngsters and animals could be harmed by Police Scotland policies surrounding their investigation of bird of prey poisonings.
Emeli Sande was named British Female Solo Artist of the year in a glitzy ceremony at the Brits last night.
A Deeside action group, formed in response to the major floods which struck the region last winter, has closed down because it has "served its purpose".
A train smashed into a tree at 70mph yesterday, leaving passengers stranded for more than two hours.
A young mother who has racked up an "astonishing" 25 assault convictions at the age of just 25 has been spared jail - but only because she is pregnant.
A 53-year-old man has been charged after almost £6,400 of class A drugs were recovered from a north-east village.
An Aberdeenshire stately home is benefiting from the expertise of aspiring designers and transforming itself into a new venue.
A north-east business owner is convinced that apprenticeships are the best way for people to learn and progress in their chosen careers.
An Aberdeenshire swimming club has staged its annual gala for swimmers with special needs in Garioch.
A north-east charity has launched an appeal for new volunteers to help make a "lasting difference" to the lives of cancer sufferers.
Aberdeenshire councillors debated the proposed new Aberdeen FC stadium at Kingsford yesterday and reached general consensus the current plans should not be given approval.
A local performing arts group has criticised plans to bring the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland to the north-east.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay bowed to mounting pressure yesterday and announced nearly £45million of relief for firms facing soaring business rates.
Dr Nicola Seal, speaking on behalf of the Say No to Kingsford group, read out a testimony from a former landfill worker claiming that asbestos, removed from the old stand at Pittodrie, had been dumped in the ground at Kingsford.
In recent weeks the Press and Journal has highlighted the challenges faced by some businesses as a result of a revaluation of business rates.
The Scottish Government's 11th hour business rates retreat was met with relief in some quarters, but not from the owner of Aberdeen's only five-star hotel.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay's measures to tackle the business rates crisis was last night dismissed as a "sticking plaster" for the problem.
Speaking in his exclusive Press and Journal video blog, Gordon MP Alex Salmond reacts to the Scottish Government's business rates relief package.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has revealed a raft of changes to the Scottish Government's plan on business rates.
The north and north-east of Scotland will be battered by wind and snow this week as Storm Doris hits the UK.
An artist will work with Syrian refugees who have settled in the north-east after fleeing their homes for his latest project.
Motorists will face more delays on the way in and out of Aberdeen from next week as the average speed cameras are extended - to Stonehaven.
An artist is to embark on a residency in Huntly, the historic home of the Gordon Highlanders.
Young people accused of deliberately "frightening" a librarian have been warned they will be reported to police if their behaviour continues.
An Inverurie care worker has been given a warning after behaving in an abusive manner towards a woman.
A former SNP member has claimed the Aberdeenshire group is in "meltdown" after a veteran councillor was ejected from the party for putting his community before his party.
A wartime hand grenade was discovered in a block of flats yesterday.