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Emergency crews have been sent to search the North Sea off the coast of Fraserburgh this afternoon.
The staff of a new nursery were praised yesterday for their efforts to make sure children benefited from outdoor education.
A fisherman has been airlifted to hospital after suffering a stroke on board a boat eight miles off the coast of Macduff.
A community group preparing to revamp an abandoned sports facility in the Blue Toon has been given an extra funding boost to kickstart the major project.
Potentially life-saving equipment will be handed out to Scots at risk of contracting a disease on the hills, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
Specialist teams are being brought in to find a solution for two sagging piers at a historic north-east harbour following months of calls for action.
Emergency services are currently attending to a medical emergency on a fishing vessel near Macduff.
Education chiefs had to investigate after senior pupils at a north-east school were threatened with violence.
Aberdeenshire Council to roll out three-week bin collections and cut recycling centre hours to save just £500,000
Campaigners have scored a victory to save their recycling centres - at the expense of the service offered at nearly a dozen across the region.
A north-east man has admitted producing cannabis after police raided his seaside home.
On the final day of the P&J’s week-long series on challenges and trends in the local funeral sector, Calum Ross finds that many families are moving away from traditional ceremonies.
Met Office forecast predicts further snow showers and plunging temperatures for the north and north-east
There are further snow showers expected in parts of the north and north-east of Scotland today after the region woke up to difficult travel condition this morning.
The snow and ice that hit the north and north-east overnight caused a spate of collisions and transport delays this morning.
Youngsters at a rural primary school have been given fluorescent goodies by a safety group encouraging them all to be easily seen.
The icy conditions in the north-east have led to a number of crashes this morning.
On the fourth day of the P&J’s week-long series on funeral costs and trends in northern Scotland, Calum Ross finds out whether interest in green burial grounds has been growing.
Miserable residents kept awake at night by "boy racers" doing doughnuts and circuits are hoping measures to rid the town centre of the nuisance drivers will work.
The public are being advised to remain vigilant following a number of incidents across the north-east involving counterfeit currency.
A north-east aquarium has teamed up with other facilities around the world to tackle the blight of plastic pollution.
A young Fraserburgh motorist has been banned from the road after falling asleep at the wheel and injuring another driver.
A new pedestrian bridge - as spectacular a landmark as the Falkirk Wheel - could be built to link Banff with its neighbouring town.
Aberdeen has been revealed as the fly-tipping capital of northern Scotland – with residents reporting dumped waste in their gardens, streets and parks more than 20 times a day.
A north-east man, who left a dog to starve in a squalid caravan and caused it “unimaginable suffering” has been banned from keeping animals for life.
On the third day of the P&J’s series on challenges and trends in the funeral sector, Calum Ross finds a dramatic rise in cremations.
SNP politicians call for an emergency meeting to help safeguard the future of a stricken Aberdeen paper mill
As announced earlier today, more than 450 jobs are currently hanging in the balance after the troubled owners of the Arjowiggins’ Stoneywood Mill in Bucksburn announced they had gone into receivership in France.
Councillors have asked for more information before committing to the sale of one of the town's prime development sites.
Fears for hundreds of jobs as the future of one of the north-east’s last remaining paper mills hangs in the balance
One of the last remaining paper mills in the north-east of Scotland is desperately seeking a new owner - prompting fears over the future of 500 jobs.
Plans for a giant energy cable linking the north-east with Scandinavia could be given the go ahead this week.
Police are concerned for the wellbeing of a Fraserburgh man who has been reported missing.
A Turriff teenager has launched a fundraising drive to help him achieve his dream of one day sailing at the Olympics.
As part of the P&J’s week-long series on the challenges grieving families face when a loved one dies, Calum Ross today investigates the soaring cost of funerals.
Two men who were charged during a high-profile operation to tackle "cuckooing" and serious organised crime in the north-east have been sentenced today to a total of almost six years in prison.