Referral to treatment times for specialist and adult mental health services in Grampian were revealed as the worst in Scotland earlier this year.
A top health boss has admitted there is no end in sight for waiting time delays in the north-east.
Retired police officer whose son was threatened with knife at school condemns “shocking” north-east weapons figures
A retired police officer whose son was threatened with a lock knife at a north-east academy has condemned the "shocking" weapon figures and said stiffer penalties are needed.
The trial of two police officers who are accused of attempting to cover up an attack in a north-east village has been delayed again after a doctor vouched for the illness of their alleged victim.
An ambitious new science fiction venture will boldly go where no futuristic props have gone before - to Peterhead's Arbuthnot Museum.
A sex attacker who raped a stranger on waste ground has been jailed for six years.
A north-east family is seeing double this week as both their children graduate from Aberdeen University.
A mum has accused Aberdeenshire Council of treating her son "like a criminal" after he forgot to take a plastic bag with him as he walked the dog.
A north-east engineer described himself as "proud" after discovering that he had been named in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
A maritime initiative that is helping youngsters recover from a cancer diagnosis sailed into the north-east yesterday.
A north-east charity which offers adults with learning disabilities the opportunity to train as caterers has been boosted by the efforts of Peterhead fundraisers.
Have you ever wondered how you would look as a comic book character?
The Duke of Rothesay met young people who have turned their lives around with the help of his charity, The Prince's Trust, on a visit to Peterhead yesterday.
The Duke of Rothesay visited the north-east to meet the fisherman and sailors of the future and turned his hand to piloting a trawler into port - in a student simulator.
Pupils from Peterhead Academy are making final preparations for their performance at the prestigious Rock Challenge final next month.
A safety warning has been issued after three trawlermen had a lucky escape from a fire that destroyed their boat.
A north-east man has been honoured by the Pope for his work at his local parish.
A hairdresser has been placed under supervision for nine months and ordered to carry out unpaid work after being found guilty of groping teenage juniors at an Aberdeen salon.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson last night said there had been a "storm" in the north-east as the party took several seats in the region.
Concerns have been raised that a scheme to convert a north-east home into a dental practice will cause chaos on the local road network.
Peterhead's harbour has sheltered fishermen, whalers and explorers over the years and the north-east port will now host the Pirates of Penzance as part of a unique travelling opera.
A north-east community council which collapsed last year is on the brink of re-launching after local residents rallied to kick start the voluntary group.
North-east election candidate Eilidh Whiteford has revealed hundreds of local people have backed her campaign to save Peterhead power station.
A north-east golfing supplies shop could be transformed into a restaurant as its owners battle to escape from the rough.
The trial of two north-east police officers, who are accused of attempting to cover up an assault, has been delayed after their alleged victim asked for medical attention in court.
A community group from the north-east's biggest town is appealing to local people to vote in favour of Christmas - as they bid to claim £10,000 to pay for a festive light display.
A schoolboy has been charged after allegedly attacking a boy and brandishing a knife at him in an argument over a girl.
Drugs worth around £80,000 have been recovered from the north-east corner of Aberdeenshire during an intelligence-led operation.
Michael Gove’s message to Peterhead fishermen: Only a Tory vote will secure Brexit, create jobs and provide real change
A leading Conservative has told fishermen from the north-east that the only way to create jobs and secure Brexit is by voting for change.
When Andrew McKenzie set off for work yesterday morning he thought it would be just another typical day.
Something special is happening in Peterhead - and you could be part of it.
The Princess Royal visited Peterhead yesterday to meet the local sea cadet unit and reopen their refurbished headquarters.