The Dons have been an immovable part of the scenery in the north-east of Scotland for well over a century. Some may say they are as renowned the world over for belonging to Aberdeen as oil and granite. Read More
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New businesses in Aberdeenshire are being urged to apply for a recently launched grant to help them expand.
The snowy winter weather is expected to continue causing problems across the north and north-east throughout the week.
A north-east businessman has been forced to shut up shop because of the closure of a landslip-hit road.
A north-east woman is looking forward to being reunited with her pet budgerigar after it went missing.
The parents of a baby with an incurable condition are hoping to raise tens of thousands of pounds to pay for treatment abroad.
Councillors have thrown out a bid to set up a takeaway food van in Banff despite the owner’s commitment to help clear litter.
Aberdeenshire Council intends to carry out a site visit to a bed and breakfast in Aboyne which has requested permission to expand its business.
A forensic pathologist has told a trial he knew within seconds of examining Brian McKandie’s body that the pensioner had been the victim of a “sustained” violent attack.
A man has been charged following a two vehicle road traffic collision this morning on the A947 between Oldmeldrum and Pitmedden road.
Police are appealing for witnesses following vandalism attack on a primary school in Banchory.
Many people in the north and north-east woke up to a winter wonderland this morning after heavy snow in the region overnight.
A forensic pathologist said today a north-east mechanic was hit at least 15 times on the head before he died.
A woman has been taken to hospital after a two-vehicle crash on the A947.
A north-east golfer has been honoured by his friends to mark his 95th birthday.
A total of 557 vehicles were reported stolen in the north and north-east of Scotland last year.
Fishing chiefs accuse Scottish Government of neglecting processing industry in face of business rates rises
Fishing chiefs have accused the Scottish Government of neglecting the north-east’s “declining” processing industry in the face of a massive business rates bill.
The salmon fishing season on the River Deveron has been officially opened after a rugby legend helped bless the waters.
Two men were still missing last night as mountain incidents in the north reached 14 - prompting police to issue a warning to walkers and climbers.
A driver was caught travelling in excess of 100 miles per hour in Aberdeenshire yesterday.
A north-east man is endeavouring to catch up with people he went to primary school with – the year they will be turning 70.
Free prescriptions to over-the-counter treatments such as Deep Heat could be scrapped as part of proposals to tackle a £2million overspend.
The mother of a young girl who had double brain surgery just 11 months ago fears she will suffer if a controversial wind farm project goes ahead.
Volunteers from across the north-east picked up dozens of bags worth of rubbish from the dunes of one of the region’s most iconic beaches this weekend.
A man has been taken to hospital after his car caught fire in Aberdeenshire.
A man has been airlifted to hospital after an incident at a popular north-east mountain biking spot.
Police closed a north-east road due to drifting snow.
The Scottish ministers code of conduct has been revised following the resignation of Mark McDonald over alleged sexual misconduct.
The man on trial accused of murdering a north-east mechanic was spotted outside his home the night before he died, a court has heard.
Work to restore a historic north-east mural is almost complete.
Shock figures show that health boards in the north and north-east have spent more than £215million on agency staff in the last decade.
Calls were made yesterday to ensure pupils facing fee hikes for music lessons could still learn to play instruments at school.
A charity offering “valuable” care for people with terminal illnesses in their homes could be scrapped in the north-east.