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A university student has been inspired by her brothers to swim across the English Channel to raise money for the RNLI.
A takeaway delivery driver crashed his new sports car into another vehicle and a wall after losing control at a junction.
The transformation of an ageing workshop at a north-east secondary school is now complete.
A new fleet of green buses is being introduced on key north-east routes at a cost of £3.5 million.
A plaque has been installed at the north-east hotel where Bram Stoker began writing his most famous work.
A crackdown on speeding and antisocial driving in Fraserburgh has resulted in several drivers being charged in relation to road traffic offences.
Three members of an RNLI lifeboat crew have been honoured for their combined 85 years of service.
Aberchirder woman given 10-year ban from owning most animals following ‘shocking neglect’ that led to the death of three kittens
An Aberchirder woman has been banned from keeping pets - apart from her dogs - after she was caught neglecting animals.
A town centre street will be shut for three months while derelict buildings are upgraded as part of a massive regeneration project.
A Fraserburgh man caught with nearly £300 worth of drugs has been fined.
A man has been ordered to pay compensation to a policeman after leaving the assaulted officer with broken bones.
A mental health support group could be facing a bleak future due to its struggles to meet running costs.
A Peterhead youth group, which was scrapped in the autumn, has re-started with new volunteers at the helm.
Scotland’s valuable seafood industry is facing costs running into many millions of pounds if the UK crashes out of the European Union without any trade deal, a Holyrood minister has warned.
Whiteout conditions across the north and north-east caused havoc yesterday as winter continues to bite.
A group of swimmers plunged into the icy depths of the North Sea as part of a campaign to rejuvenate a disused outdoor pool.
A north-east business centre faces being demolished after a deal to sell it reportedly fell through because of the cost of ridding the building of asbestos.
Rural commuters in the north and north east will be “penalised” by Derek Mackay’s workplace car-parking charge, it was claimed yesterday.
Footbridges on a scenic north-east path are being rebuilt after being damaged by Storm Frank.
The Brexit Under-secretary visited Peterhead Fish Market yesterday to help him understand what the industry wants from negotiations, as Britain prepares to leave the EU.
Members of the public reported an average of 124 incidents of anti-social behaviour every day across the north and north-east last year, Police Scotland data has revealed.
The 2019 salmon season was officially opened on the River Dee yesterday when rugby heavyweight Rob Wainwright took up his fishing tackle and successfully made the first cast.
A multi-million pound fund created to get unemployed oil and gas workers back into the world of work by using the skills they developed in the industry has helped 4,000 people.
Youngsters at Mintlaw nursery played doctors and nurses yesterday while learning some life-saving tips.
A man has been convicted of the brutal murder of a north-east mechanic in his home.
The A947 Turriff to Banff road is currently blocked near Plaidy after a two vehicle accident.
A Banff riverbank which is disintegrating due to high water levels has sparked concerns it could impact on a north east route.
A north-east farmer has been left counting the cost after 11 of his lambs were killed in a brutal dog attack.
The new boss of a superjail is being challenged to bring young offenders back to the north-east before they have even been appointed.
Freezing temperatures made for treacherous road conditions yesterday as schools across the north and north east were forced to stay closed or open late.
Derek Mackay yesterday paved the way for council tax rises across Scotland as he brokered a budget deal with the Greens that will also introduce a new levy on tourists.
The city bypass will not be opened until “assurances” are given about its rising costs, the transport secretary has said.