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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.
Most people tend to go up and down its peaks in a relatively straight line.
Work to convert a former children’s home into a block of flats has moved a step forward.
Cowie Bridge repairs start on A90 at Stonehaven next month along with Royal Deeside’s Polhollick footbridge
A major £1million programme of repair works will be carried out on a north-east bridge leading to the partial closure of one of the region’s busiest roads.
An investigation has been launched after the decapitated head of a deer was found on top of a bucket close to a five-star hotel.
Young welders tasked with creating sculptures to transform Aberdeen city centre have unveiled their work.
They are the football team immortalised in documentary films and even a pop song.
A man has appeared in court following an alleged assault in a north-east town.
Organisers of the Tour Series hope to bring one of the biggest cross-country cycling races to Aberdeen.