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A Second World War evacuee has been busy setting up the north-east’s newest museum.
A charity group in the Blue Toon that offers a place for people to go to reduce isolation and loneliness has received a funding boost - meaning they will soon have a working loo.
A crowdfunding page has been set up to raise funds for a north-east archaeological dig that could unveil interesting information about the Neolithic period in Mintlaw.
A north-east health worker has blasted changes to a council-backed bus service a “shambles” amid fears he could be left stranded.
A team of youngsters has produced a video marketing the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses.
A recruitment crisis at a north-east super jail could be increasing the risk of officers being attacked, it was claimed yesterday.
Record crowds flocked to the polytunnels in a north-east park to attend the sixth Seedy Sunday festival.
An appeal has been launched to find historic images of Strichen after an eclectic collection of photographs in a north-east restaurant were damaged beyond repair.
The future of a north-east school mothballed almost a year ago is now uncertain because there are no pupils registered to attend classes.
Road closures on the A90 around Fraserburgh will be in place for the next two weeks, while £160,000 of carriageway improvements are carried out.
A north-east inspector is planning to increase the number of officers on patrol in rural and isolated locations to target persistent community criminals.
A group, which teaches circus skills and runs a cafe for youngsters has won a national award for prevention and inclusion.
A family hit out yesterday claiming they would be left temporarily homeless with an eight-week-old baby due to a problem with home repairs following the discovery of a needle.
Motorists are being urged to be prepared and stay cautious with the return of a freezing wintry snap across Scotland today.
Aberdeenshire Council has bowed to pressure and begun recruiting for a relief night watchman at Macduff Harbour.
Dozens of staff and prisoners have been attacked at a north-east super jail over the past seven months, it emerged yesterday.
Dangerous north-east thug jailed for knifing a shopkeeper given additional time behind bars for having a phone in jail
A dangerous thug jailed for knifing a shopkeeper then arrested again for brandishing a blade at his ex-girlfriend has been given additional time behind bars for having a phone in jail.
Woman given chance to prove good behaviour after swinging out and hitting a police officer in the head
A drunk woman who threw a lit cigarette and chips into a parked car has been given the chance to show she can behave.
Work has begun on the million-pound refurbishment of a north-east court.
The public toilets on Scotland’s most beautiful high street could soon shut permanently due to messy visitors.
Fire crews were called to a fire at an Aberdeenshire bus stop earlier today.
Plans to introduce a priority single lane drop-off point outside a north-east school are being assessed with a public consultation.
Councillors have urged council officers not to forget about the 'vital' Banff Bridge and pushing for what people want - a new road bridge.
North-east councillors have raised concerns over a new report which claims that nearly 20% of children in Banff and Buchan are living in poverty after housing costs.
Police are appealing for information following the disappearance of a 34-year-old who is thought to have travelled to Aberdeen.
The search to find a contractor to lead the £210,000 redevelopment of Peterhead town centre is on.
A Peterhead man has admitted preying on four young American boys through a computer game while on holiday.
Fraserburgh will soon be put in the spotlight of a digital campaign to attract more tourists to the area after receiving funds from VisitScotland matched by a variety of local businesses.
The shop belonging to the boss of a group set up to boost Peterhead town centre is closing down due to the changes on the high street.
Ambitious plans for a colourful new play park featuring new climbing frames, a sand pit and twin flying foxes have been unveiled.
A north-east safety group is sponsoring 12 young individuals from Banff Academy to take part in a scheme to make them more award of the hazards on the roads.
A couple who claim the "jet-like" noise from three turbines ruined their life in the countryside have won a court battle to quieten them.