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.
A man threatened to shoot police with an air rifle, forcing them to seal off a Fraserburgh street.
In 1818, the first stone of the Fraserburgh Harbour south pier was placed and the board of the Commissioners was assembled.
Aberdeenshire Council issue £50,000 public contract for artist to redesign public realm in Fraserburgh
The council hopes to find an artist to become involved in the next stage of the Fraserburgh regeneration project.
Fraserburgh rugby star Chris Arnott was taking part in a practice session and all seemed well when he suddenly collapsed on the pitch two weeks ago.
A student nurse caught driving while four times over the legal limit after a boozy baby shower has been banned from the road.
Aberdeenshire Councillors have awarded £60,000 to a project that will allow for the expansion and upgrade of crime-busting CCTV cameras in Fraserburgh.
The board that oversees the running of one of the north-east’s busiest ports will mark its bicentenary later this week.
A north-east businessman has admitted being in possession of drugs.
Shop staff were left bemused when a customer made a 400-mile round trip just to buy ice-cream from a parlour in a north-east fishing town.
Almost a decade after they were installed security cameras in Fraserburgh town centre could be in line for a major revamp.
A north-east man has been found guilty of raping two women between the 1980s and last year.
The owner of a north-east vessel caught up in violent clashes in the English Channel yesterday called for assurances the French Navy will protect Scots fishermen if it moves into the English Channel.
A safety group leader hit out yesterday after it emerged that Fraserburgh residents were left unable to call 999 from landlines for almost half an hour.
The owner of a north-east fishing boat caught up in a violent dispute over shellfish yesterday called for armed Royal Navy ships to be drafted in to protect British fishermen while out at sea.
Volunteers are hard at work restoring a beloved north-east landmark.
A north-east man has been given 300 hours of unpaid work and a year-long curfew after carrying out raids on two petrol stations.
Primary schools in the north-east have been given “buddy benches” to tackle loneliness in the playground.
A group of fundraisers will raffle off a special one-off piece of jewellery in memory of one of their founding members.
Fraserburgh lifeboat was launched in the early hours of this morning to assist a vessel with a medical casualty onboard. Crews received the call at 5.32am and were dispatched to a boat off Fraserburgh. The casualty has since been taken to hospital. Their condition is unknown.
A north-east surfing champion completed a swim of the Pentland Firth in memory of his girlfriend and to raise funds for the maternity unit in Orkney where she worked.
Vandals have set fire to a speed camera positioned just outside a north-east town.
Work on the £1.2million new sports development in Fraserburgh is nearly complete.
A north-east councillor is on a mission to deter quadbikers and motorbikers from destroying a Broch beach.
A derelict supermarket could be razed to the ground to make way for a new church.
Investigations continue as tributes paid to ‘shipmate and friend’ killed in Fraserburgh Harbour incident
A man who died on a north-east fishing boat is believed to have been cleaning it when he fell ill.
Police have named the man who died in yesterday's incident at Fraserburgh Harbour as William Ironside.
A major probe is under way after a man died and four others were taken to hospital following an incident onboard a north-east fishing vessel.
A man has died and four others have been injured in an 'incident' involving a boat at Fraserburgh Habour.
A north-east lifeboat has been called out after reports of a person being cut off by the rising tide.
Scores of people turned out to mark the centenary of the death of a daring north-east woman.
A Fraserburgh manufacturing company has been fined £10,000 after a worker’s arm got trapped in a giant drill.