The Aberdeenshire farmer whose cow tested positive for the first case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) in Scotland in a decade has described the situation as "devastating". Read More
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Guidance teachers and classroom assistants are being trained to become therapists as part of a trial scheme to ease a growing mental health crisis.
Inverurie will be transformed into a sparkling festive destination this year with the announcement that an ice rink will be installed in the town centre.
A north-east MSP has written to the Transport Minister seeking “clarity” on the Aberdeen bypass amid claims that work on sections of the route has been delayed by red tape.
Police are searching for a north-east woman who has gone missing with her baby.
The shocking level of mistreatment pensioners were subjected to by “cruel” workers at a north-east care home has been revealed by inspectors.
An Aberdeen festival celebrating the centenary of women winning the right to vote in the UK has announced its full programme.
A man has been place in detention for his role in the ram raid of a north-east shop which caused more than £7,000 worth of damage.
Calls have been made for the government to step in and offer a north-east council which is potentially facing a £3 million-per-day headache.
Human remains which were found in woodland on the outskirts of Ballater have been formally identified after nearly six months of investigation.
A three-day railway closure between Aberdeen and Dundee finally finally ended last night after a major investigation and repair effort.
The rest of the Royals might have attended the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in Windsor yesterday.
The extent to which the north and north-east’s hospitals are falling behind the rest of Scotland has been laid bare in a new report.
The railway line between Aberdeen and Dundee has been reopened this evening following three days of closures.
Police in Aberdeenshire are appealing for information after cats were found injured by what officers believe are shotgun pellets.
A north-east man has been accused of fraudulently obtaining more than £16,000.
A local climate group is hoping to stop a north-east wind development in it tracks by backing a local campaign.
Transport bosses have been accused of holding up the opening of the long-awaited bypass - by not completing the proper legal paperwork.
Hundreds of pupils were greeted by a royal visitor when they attended school yesterday morning.
North-east pupils took part in an “inspirational” concert last night as part of the Haddo Arts festival.
An investigation has been launched into a railway blunder which turned a “milestone day” for Scotrail into an “embarrassment” and caused chaos for hundreds of commuters.
Pupils are praised for showing their community pride and concerns for hedgehog after litter bugs leave mess
A class of Aberdeenshire pupils have been praised after contacting police to raise concerns about littering in their school’s garden.
Indonesian woman living in Moray tells of anguish at waiting to discover if her parents were still alive
An Indonesian woman living thousands of miles away in Speyside has described her anxious wait to find out if her family survived a massive earthquake.
Train journeys will continue to be disrupted until at least 3pm tomorrow due to a derailed train at Stonehaven.
Silver Birches from Stewart Milne Homes sits within rolling countryside, offering stunning views and relaxed rural living.
Police have attended to a crash involving a van and a car on the A96 this morning.
Aberdeen rail passengers have seen major disruption after services travelling south of the city were cancelled following a train derailment.
A horror film produced in the north-east will have its world premiere this week as part of an international women’s film festival.
A bicycle has been stolen and vehicles damaged following a spate of shed and garage break-ins in the Bucksburn area of Aberdeen.
Greenpeace has called for an end to a “wealthy cabal of fishing barons” which a new study commissioned by the organisation suggests owns or runs more than a quarter of the UK’s fishing quota.
Passengers faced major delays last night after a derailment in Aberdeenshire resulted in the cancellation of all rail journeys between the central belt and Aberdeen.
North-east equestrians are being encouraged to give a stallion a new stable as part of the nationwide Rehome a Horse Month.
Police have launched an inquiry following the incident.