A sheriff who gave two men a chance to show they were sorry for trashing a family’s home and killing their pet gecko in a blender has lost patience with the pair – and warned they will now likely be locked up. Read More
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The family of a north-east boy, who suffers from a rare condition which affects only one in every 4,000 people, have stepped up their bid to raise its profile.
The agency behind a purpose built business park aimed at exclusively attracting renewable firms to the north-east is having to go back to the drawing board as a result of a lack of demand in the industry.
Hywind Scotland, the first floating wind farm in the world, has started to deliver electricity to the Scottish grid.
A north-east couple have been banned from owning or keeping animals for five years after an investigation by the Scottish SPCA.
A sheriff who gave two men a chance to show they were sorry for trashing a family’s home and killing their pet gecko in a blender has lost patience with the pair – and warned they will now likely be locked up.
A warning has been issued after a lifebelt was found vandalised at a north-east beach.
Images of young people “hell bent” on vandalism breaking into a former hospital have been shared online in a bid to shame the culprits into giving themselves up.
Aberdeenshire Council has spent almost £7million putting homeless people into temporary accommodation in the last six years, new figures show.
A woman was in hospital last night after falling off a horse in a north-east village.
A woman has been taken to hospital after falling off a horse in Rosehearty.
A north-east dad has launched a petition to provide the neighbouring towns of Banff and Macduff with a new skate park.
Users of a recently revamped north-east library are being asked to vote on how they want it to be decorated.
A formerly blind and deaf deer has regained her senses at a north-east animal sanctuary.
Volunteers have unveiled ambitious plans to transform a north-east cemetery.
A brutal murderer serving 25-years at a north-east prison has taken its governor to court over allegations that he is being denied the use of a sex aid.
A north-east community has paid tribute to the courage of a World War I hero.
Two vehicles, used by emergency first aiders, have been vandalised after being targeted while volunteers were carrying out training.
Scottish tourism bosses have confirmed nearly two-thirds of their tourist information centres will close as part of a “radical” move, designed to meet the increasingly digital needs of visitors.
Patients will move into a new medical practice next month after a two-decade fight for better facilities.
Two-thirds of the public believe fishing boats from other EU nations should be banned or restricted from entering British waters after Brexit, a new poll has revealed.
Councillors have hailed the impact of two north-east new sports centres despite concerns over “snagging issues” which have plagued the facilities.
A harbour watchman has come out of retirement to provide cover at a north-east port, while Aberdeenshire Council continues with efforts to find a replacement.
An electrician is facing life in jail after being found guilty of murdering his friend of 10 years in a row over money.
North-east primary school children are getting hands-on with seafood as part of a nationwide celebration.
North-east councillors have voiced their support for a traveller camp being created near Banff, despite a number of safety concerns from locals.
Tributes have been paid to a “good dad” who had “cheeky banter” after he was found dead in a north-east home.
A murder accused told a court yesterday he was “devastated” that he punched his friend so hard he died.
The Scottish Government has been accused of “passing the buck” and failing to support the north-east fish processing industry cope with controversial business rates rises.
Police investigating a sudden death in a north-east village have said there are no "apparent suspicious circumstances".
A campaign to brighten Peterhead’s streets this Christmas is approaching its final fundraising target.
Harbour bosses have been urged to move swiftly to find a replacement for a watchman who has stepped down.
Police are investigating the sudden death of a man in a north-east village.