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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.
It has been billed as the start of a bright new dawn for steam trains in the north-east of Scotland next summer.
In 1818, the first stone of the Fraserburgh Harbour south pier was placed and the board of the Commissioners was assembled.
A north-east MSP has demanded action over the “real alarm” over the impact of the AWPR on users of the Deeside Way.
Falling house values and sales have wiped £85 million off the north-east property market over the first half of this year– but property experts believe the area could avoid the national trend and improve in the next quarter.
Visitors to Slains Castle are being urged not to underestimate the dangers posed by the beauty spot and the sheer cliffs on which the ruin stands.
A north-east photographer is pulling on his hiking boots in preparation for tackling the Great Wall of China.
Farming chiefs are calling for tougher punishments for livestock worriers following a sheep attack so violent the photographs of the aftermath are unpublishable.
Residents in Aberdeenshire are being urged to give their views on proposed changes to waste collection.
A man has admitted to being involved in the ram raid of a north-east shop which caused £7,000 worth of damage.
In a first for Aberdeenshire Council, a British sign language interpreter attended a meeting to translate for members of the public.
A father-and-daughter duo are preparing to open a new cafe in the north-east which will have plenty of exposure to put customers in the picture.
North-east bakery boss jailed and put on sex offender register after being found with thousands of indecent images of children
The reputation of the boss of Aberdeen’s most iconic bakery is in tatters after he was jailed for 18 months yesterday for amassing a sickening cache of child abuse images.
It is one of the most famous names in Scotland and has been appended to bus and train stations, libraries and art galleries as far afield as the United States and Australia.
The master-plan for a new rural village of 500 homes on Donald Trump’s north-east golf resort is now open to public comment on Aberdeenshire council’s website.
Three north-east men, who acted like “1920s gangsters”, by abducting a man in Aberdeen in a bid to reclaim money owed to them have been spared jail.
Incredible items from the north-east’s storied history form part of a major new exhibition celebrating the 125th anniversary of Arbuthnot Museum.
Pensions minister Guy Opperman has been branded “insensitive” for praising the controversial Universal Credit system at a job centre in Banff yesterday.
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.
A north-east dental practice will be allowed to undergo a major expansion after the intervention of the Scottish Government.
Plans are being drawn up to expand Aberdeen’s Christmas village attraction this year.
A group of friends from the north-east are preparing to take on the Prime Four Beast Race Banchory to raise funds for the RNLI in Macduff.
Royal Navy warships are now closer to flanking north-east fishing vessels into disputed French waters after high-level talks failed to resolve an explosive “war” over scallops.
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 speech therapist has been suspended from her role for a year after being convicted of drink-driving.