A north-east community is to be given a say on the future of a mothballed primary school.
A man has denied being concerned in the supply of drugs and perverting the course of justice when he appeared at court.
Three people have been charged and are due to appear in court following drug recoveries in Fraserburgh and Peterhead.
The family of a tragic north-east mum working to open a mental health centre in her memory have launched a recruitment drive.
Councillors yesterday backed efforts to look into the potential installation of CCTV in Peterhead.
A charity group in the Blue Toon that offers a place for people to go to reduce isolation and loneliness has received a funding boost - meaning they will soon have a working loo.
A recruitment crisis at a north-east super jail could be increasing the risk of officers being attacked, it was claimed yesterday.
A group, which teaches circus skills and runs a cafe for youngsters has won a national award for prevention and inclusion.
Dozens of staff and prisoners have been attacked at a north-east super jail over the past seven months, it emerged yesterday.
Woman given chance to prove good behaviour after swinging out and hitting a police officer in the head
A drunk woman who threw a lit cigarette and chips into a parked car has been given the chance to show she can behave.
Work has begun on the million-pound refurbishment of a north-east court.
A Peterhead man has admitted preying on four young American boys through a computer game while on holiday.
The shop belonging to the boss of a group set up to boost Peterhead town centre is closing down due to the changes on the high street.
Igloos are usually constructed of tightly packed blocks of snow.
A north-east fire station is introducing a new safety device to keep vulnerable individuals safe in their homes.
A new drive-through restaurant and shop could be built in a north-east town.
An unemployed landscape gardener has admitting hitting a man on the head with a baseball bat during a drunken attack in a north-east town.
Councillors were yesterday urged to reconsider proposals to demolish a former business centre building in Peterhead.
A north-east man who bought pepper spray for his daughter to use as protection at university has been fined.
Volunteers have donned their gardening gloves and picked up their spades to plant saplings to regenerate a north-east park.
A Fraserburgh development site is to be sold after the council agreed a deal with a fishing firm.
Parents and members of the public have expressed their rage on social media after a consultation event for a new Peterhead community campus revealed the "disgusting" state of the current school.
Plans for a new multi-million-pound community campus in Peterhead were unveiled to the public yesterday.
An army veteran says he has been forced to sleep on his living room couch due to a mix-up over repairs being carried out in his home.
Two north-east groups are joining forces to entertain Peterhead residents to mark the end of term.
A north-east street that has been open to traffic for more than two years could face restrictions once again amid safety fears.
A project that aims to help youngsters reach their education goals by using the power of football has been hailed a success.
Fears were raised last night that hundreds of north-east youngsters may be missing out on free school meals because of a language barrier.
Councillors will be asked to approve funding to continue the crackdown on bothersome gulls in a north-east town centre.
Residents in the north-east’s biggest town will be given their say on proposals for a multimillion pound school project.
The campaign for Peterhead to have a dedicated CCTV system took another step forward yesterday after a petition backing the scheme being handed over to council bosses.
The body tasked with improving the fortunes of a north-east town centre has set out its programme for the months ahead.