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A north-east musical talent is looking for public support as she aims to open the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival on the main stage.
A new university course has been created to help the NHS tackle the mounting challenges posed by an ageing population.
Stonehaven has its first twin town after a historic agreement was signed with Acheres in France.
The King of the Beach End will kick off an Aberdeenshire town’s Highland games next month.
A young woman with Down’s Syndrome is the star of a hard-hitting new play which will be performed in Aberdeen and Inverness in the coming weeks.
An animal charity is seeking a new home for a horse that has been in their care for 225 days.
Income from fees for council services in Aberdeen has almost trebled in four years as city residents are asked to plug the local authority’s funding gap.
A village shopkeeper has issued a warning for others to be on their guard after “professional” crooks targeted him with an elaborate ruse.
A farming museum has launched a new Doric trail to help promote a love of the local language.
Thick fog which caused severe traffic disruption along the north-east coastline yesterday is expected to continue for the next few days – but clear skies and sunshine have been forecast inland.
Police are warning north-east businesses to be alert to a distraction-type scam following a number of thefts.
A driving instructor ordered to stay away from his neighbour has been jailed for stalking her again - by using his job to lurk outside her work.
Jacqui Booth was hanging up the washing when she suddenly collapsed in front of her two-year-old son.
Aberdeen University has revised its plans for a £35 million science centre to let passersby glimpse the “world-leading” experiments taking place inside.
Emily Barns was reported missing from her home in Turriff earlier this morning.
Police have charged seven people, including an 17-year-old girl, for theft and housebreaking crimes across the north-east.
Police have issued an appeal for information about a pensioner who is missed from her north-east home.
Police were called to a two car accident in Aberdeenshire this morning.
Eleven-year-old Lily Hey, from Nairn, and her family were among those enjoying the big day.
A couple who decided to give their twins a fighting chance of life when problems developed before they were born have just celebrated their daughters’ fifth birthdays.
An Aberdeenshire bride who married yesterday said it was “great” to share a wedding date with the royal couple.
Gamekeepers battled to bring a potentially devastating countryside wildfire in Angus under control at the weekend.
New figures have revealed that fewer than 100 business rates appeals were resolved in the north and north-east last year – out of a total of 16,225.
Musicians line-up for world record attempt at largest ceilidh band during Stonehaven’s 30th Folk Festival
Almost 200 musicians have signed up to take part in a world record-breaking event which will be held this summer.
Petition against Aberdeenshire Council’s HQ plans gathers momentum as 500 ‘flabbergasted’ people sign-up
A petition urging Aberdeenshire Council to “rethink” its decision to scrap plans to build its HQ in Inverurie has gathered more than 500 signatures.
The Royal Wedding theme made a splash in Marykirk yesterday as intrepid fancy-dressed fundraisers set sail in homemade vessels along the North Esk river for the annual Raft Race.
A young north-east student has spoken about the “prejudice and racism” he has experienced as a member of the Travelling community in Scotland.
A north-east businessman is considering suing the council amid claims he lost hundreds of pounds in earnings due to a road closure.
A teenage motorist was last night in hospital fighting for his life following a north-east road crash.
Fire teams are currently in attendance at a farm blaze close to Fraserburgh.
A teenager had to be rushed to hospital last night following a serious crash in Aberdeenshire.
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