A young father of two who tried to help his friend avoid police detection by claiming a mass brawl was taking place in a north-east village has been jailed. Read More
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A range of community groups have been given a share of £80,000 for various projects across the north-east.
A north-east school has made “significant” progress following the appointment of a new head teacher, inspectors have said.
North-east councillors have submitted a list of critical comments in response to draft proposals for transforming the fashion in which recycling centres are run.
A derelict building in a north-east park could be transformed into a home for a men’s shed group.
A new food and drink pavilion will be introduced at this year’s Turriff Show after £70,000 of investment.
The driver of a tipper truck who reversed over and killed his foreman has told the court he had his radio on but was well aware of his blind spot.
A young father of two who tried to help his friend avoid police detection by claiming a mass brawl was taking place in a north-east village has been jailed.
A motorcyclist has been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after being involved in a crash with a car on a north-east road.
Community groups in the north-east have been handed a share of more than £5,000.
Officers are appealing for information after vandals ripped up the plants in a school garden.
A north-east MSP believes the critically-acclaimed beaches of Aberdeenshire will bring a new wave of tourism success for the area.
The tender for a major regeneration project in Peterhead has gone live.
An 800ft trench in the Moray Firth could be given a special government designation to protect the sea creatures which dwell there.
Vandals have spray-painted Nazi and IRA slogans on the walls of a building at the Haughs - just weeks before the Turriff Show.
A ground-breaking surfer from the north-east reflected on a “bittersweet” day after overcoming tragedy to complete her degree.
A dying man has pleaded with the Home Office to return the cannabis oil he relies on to ease his symptoms.
A Banff street originally closed for three months will now remain shut until the end of summer.
As more people than ever are scammed, Stephen Walsh finds out how banks are trying to protect their customers
North-east youngsters have dominated a national dance competition with performances inspired by subjects as diverse as the moon landing and global warming.
The queen is helping a north-east charity mark a major milestone, by allowing it to host its birthday bash at her Balmoral estate.
Councillors will be asked to approve almost £2,000 in funding for projects designed to improve life in north-east communities tomorrow.
A north-east country park is preparing to play host to a popular family event.
Fears ‘desperate’ people could be put off claiming for benefits by cost of GP letter to prove they can’t work
Fears have been raised that disabled people in the north-east could be put off seeking benefit payments they are owed as many are forced to pay up to £120 for GP letters to support their applications.
Organisers have celebrated a year of staging dementia-friendly discos in a north-east town by putting on a special birthday bash.
Wind surfing equipment, defibrillators and a new kitchen are among some of the items which north-east community groups could buy if councillors approve funding.
Pupils at a north-east secondary school were given the afternoon off yesterday to cheer on their very own footballing superstar.
A space dedicated to unpaid carers’ at a north-east country park is in line for a major revamp.
The free use of Aberdeenshire car parks is facing the axe, despite impassioned pleas from business and community leaders.
A north-east bowling club has secured funding to repair its precious green.
A truck driver accused of reversing over his colleague has said the tragedy will stay with him forever.
Bird-lovers have been warned to be careful when approaching nests, after concerns were raised about people getting too close to a pair of kestrels near a coastal path in Buchan.
Planners have backed a councillor who installed a new shopfront on his Fraserburgh restaurant without permission.