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Looming strikes at the north-east’s biggest airport could be averted after bosses offered angry workers an increased pay deal last night.
More than a million pounds has been awarded to Aden Country Park as part of plans to restore its historic buildings and improve the landscape.
New tenants are being sought for a former tourist information building following an unsuccessful bid to turn it into a vegan cafe.
A group of north-east tractor enthusiasts are gearing up to take their vintage vehicles on the ultimate road trip.
Vandals targeted dozens of planters in a Buchan village in a rampage that could damage its In Bloom hopes.
A rare caterpillar that hasn’t been seen in the north east since 2007 was spotted this week, with experts hailing its arrival as possible evidence of climate change.
Traffic was brought to a crawl on a countryside road yesterday following a collision involving two cars and a van.
A north-east woman behind a knitted First World War tribute has smashed her target of creating 10,000 poppies.
A business group last night toasted the expected arrival of Brewdog in Peterhead as a “sign of confidence” in the town centre.
Two categories at the Turriff Show have been named after the late Press and Journal farming editor Joe Watson.
Dancers from Peterhead Academy secured a fourth place finish in a prestigious competition at the weekend.
Fresh backlash for RBS after internet signal fails at Turriff mobile bank – forcing staff to give customers their details on post-it notes
A mobile bank scheduled to visit a north-east town after its branch closed down has already hit problems - with its internet signal.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the entrance to Trump International Golf Links in Balmedie to demonstrate against the US leader.
A new pirate trail has been set up to encourage people to visit a north-east town centre.
New figures have revealed that fishermen face a risk of death six times higher than the most dangerous jobs on land, confirming the profession as the UK’s “most fatal”.
Six people had to be taken to hospital yesterday, following a crash at a notorious north-east accident blackspot which destroyed two cars.
A north-east solicitor has invited the country’s new justice secretary to Peterhead for talks about the profession.
A Rosehearty man has admitted punching his partner and hitting her head off a wall.
A Banff baker claims she has been forced to temporarily to shut up shop due to ongoing building works on a neighbouring building.
A Peterhead man appeared in the dock at the High Court in Glasgow yesterday accused of the rape of two women, together with charges of abduction and assault.
Six people have been taken to hospital after a crash on a north-east road.
Emergency services are at the scene of a two-vehicle crash on the A90, approximately one mile south of Hatton.
A model boat builder has been forced to give up sailing his craft at an iconic north-east attraction due to stagnant water.
Safety fears mean paramedics are unable to attend emergencies at hundreds of north and north-east homes without police protection.
Major developments in the fishing, agricultural and renewables sectors are being hailed as examples of what the north-east can do - and why more businesses should invest in the region.
Boats at centre of long-running battle will have to be removed as ruling on historic Cove Harbour is issued
Fishermen told of their devastation yesterday after being ordered to remove their boats from a historic north-east harbour following a four year legal battle.
Police are seeking information after a dog was found in Fraserburgh this evening.
Road closure following two-vehicle crash at Toll of Birness which saw one man trapped in his vehicle
A notorious north-east junction was closed yesterday afternoon following a two vehicle collision.
A north-east town held its first-ever dementia and disability friendly disco yesterday.
Aberdeenshire Council has been accused of being “anti-Peterhead” by one of its own members.
The family of a north-east woman who carried out a daring North Sea rescue will mark the centenary of her death next month.