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Archaeologists have discovered signs of a “sophisticated” hospital building on an Aberdeenshire estate, dating back to the 17th century.
A prominent emblem of Deeside’s royal heritage will soon reopen more than two years after it was destroyed by a fire.
A biker’s “priceless” pride and joy has been stolen in broad daylight from a busy Aberdeen industrial estate.
An Aberdeenshire town’s long-awaited new health complex will finally open later this month.
A tourist who had a cardiac arrest while enjoying a dream cruise off the coast of Aberdeen has given a heartfelt thanks to the coastguards who saved his life.
The chairman of crisis-hit Robert Gordon University has admitted that the board did not follow “normal custom and practice” in the way it appointed its new principal.
A north-east Conservative councillor has issued a fresh apology after becoming embroiled in a burka row.
A north-east care home is being forced to shut amid claims vulnerable residents were tied to chairs with belts in “extremely dangerous” and “unacceptable” conditions.
A north-east woman has admitted befriending an 87-year-old man with dementia so she could plunder his pension.
The Robert Gordon University’s new principal was immediately thrust into the centre of a fresh row last night after a leading trade union branded his appointment an example of “jobs for the boys”.
The summer sunshine held up its end of the bargain once more as thousands turned out to enjoy the Ballater Highland Games.
Thousands of people will be invited to party on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) next month in what may be a hint the project is nearing completion.
A popular steak restaurant in an Aberdeenshire town has closed down suddenly.
A north-east school which has been shut for almost six months because it had no head teacher could soon be opened again.
A lost Arctic seal has washed up dead in Aberdeenshire, hundreds of miles away from its home – the second of its kind to be found on the Scottish coastline this year.
Scotland’s countryside is expected to benefit from “millions” of pounds worth of free conservation this grouse shooting season.
Police have launched an investigation after a call made to Aberdeen Coastguard earlier today was determined to be a hoax.
Anglers are being offered the chance to take over a fishing beat in a north-east village.
The principal of Robert Gordon University will step down at the end of the month following an investigation into an alleged conflict of interest.
Professional wrestling action returns to a north-east town this weekend, with one grappler looking to use a hometown crowd to his advantage.
The founders of a north-east animal rescue charity are celebrating a successful start to the month with dozens of creatures returned to the wild.
A handful of fishermen could be the final generation to cast off from a historic Aberdeen harbour after a court ordered them to move their boats.
A north-east couple claim they could be forced into bankruptcy due to spiralling factoring costs.
More malicious fake calls have been made to the Aberdeen Coastguard Centre than every other Scottish centre combined over the past four years.
Dozens of groups in the north and north-east have been awarded funding by a UK charity.
In the past two months, north-east police have seized significant quantities of illegal substances - including £250,000 worth of cannabis at one property in Aberdeen.
Tools and gardening equipment worth around £10,000 have been stolen from a rural property in the Udny area of Aberdeenshire.
A north-east country estate has issued guidance after concerns were raised over children eating wild fruit.
An innovative new project which cardiac arrest campaigners say could help save thousands of lives will be piloted in Scotland.
Concerns have been raised about a drop in the number of “bobbies on the beat” in the north-east after new figures showed the region lost 27 police officers in a year.
Calls have been made for a north-east council to replace an ageing bridge which will soon be demolished.
The Duke of Rothesay has partnered with a Deeside whisky maker to help school the next generation of distillers.