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A popular police officer who walked the beat in towns across the north-east has died at the age of 69.
Campaigners battling to save iconic landmark from new A96 route meet with Scottish transport minister
Campaigners battling to protect one of the north-east’s most iconic landmarks have taken their fight back to Holyrood.
A north-east woman celebrated completing one of the biggest sailing challenges in the world by meeting distant relatives for the first time in America.
Campaigners have launched a fresh bid to improve transport links to Buchan’s biggest town.
A north-east couple are celebrating a major milestone - their 60th wedding anniversary - despite having “nothing in common”.
He’s one of the youngest people who can claim to be a chairman of the board in the north-east.
We are the champions, my friends and we'll keep on fighting 'til the end.
The gate to a 19th century church suffered thousands of pounds of damage after Storm Ali swept across the country.
A 97-year-old Aberdeen woman who left almost her entire £1.3 million of life savings to charity has been hailed for her generosity.
A teenage north-east rugby player has been placed on the sex offenders’ register after he admitted sending sexual messages to a schoolgirl on Facebook.
A beekeeper has been left distraught after thieves stole four of his five hives - containing around 60,000 bees.
Rural areas in the north and north-east are being left behind in the race for superfast broadband, a public watchdog has found.
Aberdeen has come out tops in a list of the happiest and “most vibrant” places to live in Scotland.
North-east organisations have backed plans to find out how families are dealing with food poverty across Scotland.
A north-east tourist boss believes the opening of the new V&A museum in Dundee could lead to the creation of an “east coast arts scene” that will attract more visitors following a massive increase in cruise ship visitors.
Police are warning the public to be on their guard following reports of north-east residents being targeted by scams.
Opposition to Peterhead’s Business Improvement District scheme has led to an unusual and rather scatological poster campaign.
The family of a woman who has waited 12 years for a new bathroom have spoken of their despair after losing patience with a council’s “false promises.”
A north-east man caught with a prohibited stun-gun whose possession can result in imprisonment has avoided a jail term after a court heard he was struggling with mental health issues.
The Press and Journal is one of the most trusted newspapers in the country, new research has found.
Councillors have backed action to tackle the problem speeding on a notorious Peterhead road but campaigners have said they must be the “first steps” in a more significant effort.
Roads bosses are being urged to take action to help safeguard a popular tourist route.
Fly-tippers are going unpunished for spoiling the north-east’s scenic landscapes, new figures have revealed.
Flood-hit towns and villages across the north and north-east have had their defences bolstered following the launch of a £420million warning scheme.
A man threatened to shoot police with an air rifle, forcing them to seal off a Fraserburgh street.
Police have charged four men and a teenager in relation to an alleged assault in Ellon over the weekend.
A workman has died nearly two weeks after falling at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre .
Proposals have been unveiled for the construction of two new properties at a former north-east care home.
From an empty shell just two years ago to a vibrant new living space and growing commercial centre, the eventual transformation of Peterhead’s Caley Building has been swift.
A bus passenger has claimed the Buchan Xpress should be renamed as it is too slow - and say it is now even longer despite the new A90 opening.
A new sailing boat has arrived in the Blue Toon to help people with mobility issues enjoy the sport.
Fed-up residents whose mail deliveries have been suspended because of a dog attack on their street have hailed their “fantastic” postie.