The fate of a 500-year-old mill and plans to transform it into a historic visitor attraction has been pushed back to September.
Eight vehicles have been involved in a major crash on a busy road close to Stonehaven.
The emergency services have been called to the scene of a crash in Aberdeenshire this afternoon. Police officers received reports of an incident on the A944 Westhill to Alford road shortly before 5.30pm. The crash has taken place close to Dunecht. More to follow.
A safety campaign to help protect bikers from becoming yet another fatality on Scotland’s roads has shifted up a gear.
A woman has been rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries this afternoon after a crash just outside of a north-east town.
Work on the major expansion of an Aberdeenshire sports centre backed by tennis legend Judy Murray could start next year.
A teenage sex offender who started a string of devastating wildfires in Aberdeen has been sentenced to nine months in detention.
Health chiefs have been urged to be open about any potential delays to a multi-million-pound development at the north-east’s flagship hospital.
A mysterious avian menace believed to have escaped from a falconer has been dive-bombing at the heads of innocent walkers and cyclists on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
Gimme Gimme Gimme a Band to play until midnight: ABBA cover band confirmed for Aberdeen’s Hogmanay street party
Aberdeen revellers will say Thank You For The Music this Hogmanay as an ABBA tribute band take to the stage in the city centre.
New figures that show no driver has been fined for speeding on Union Street in the past four years have raised questions over whether motorists are being adequately monitored.
A long-awaited new police station in Peterhead could be open by early next year.
Allowing a 327-foot turbine to be erected in Aberdeenshire could interfere with radar and cause pilots to re-route mid-flight, planners have warned.
Hundreds of cyclists set up camp in Strathdon yesterday in the grounds of the famous Lonach Gathering, after completing the seventh day of a 980-mile journey across the UK.
A north-east mum and dad are celebrating the arrival of a very special Christmas present at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital.
Construction of controversial housing development to start this year, after Scottish Government overturns Aberdeenshire Council
Work on a controversial housing development, which attracted more than 650 letters of objection, will start this year, after the Scottish Government overturned a decision by Aberdeenshire Council to refuse the application.
Some of the earliest evidence of farming in Scotland has been discovered by archaeologists near Stonehaven.
Travellers’ tears of joy as controversial St Cyrus site approved retroactively by Aberdeenshire Council
Emotional members of the travelling community shed tears of joy and erupted in applause in the Aberdeenshire council chamber yesterday after plans to legitimise a controversial caravan site in St Cyrus received overwhelming approval following a six-year battle.
An Aberdeen grandmother has celebrated 26 years of volunteering in the charity café within Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
Fears have been raised that the health care of patients could be at risk if services at an Aberdeenshire hospital are downgraded, ahead of a public consultation on its future next week.
Police have been called to a serious crash near Grantown this evening.
A rare species of moth made famous by the spooky skull on its back and a leading role in The Silence Of The Lambs has been found stealing honey from an Aberdeenshire beehive.
More than 700 people have signed a petition to save a historic bridge between two Deeside communities, after it was suddenly closed to traffic earlier this year.
Marine researchers have confirmed an “unprecedented” number of beaked whale deaths occurring off the west coast of Scotland.
Council’s plans to reduce traffic speeds in Newburgh could have opposite effect, community council fears
Council plans to slow down traffic in an Aberdeenshire village could instead make drivers go even faster, the local community fears.
Aberdeen prosecutor in court accused of sending message to beautician that left her fearing she would be deported
A beautician told a court she was left “shattered”, crying and fearing she could be removed from Scotland after a prosecutor allegedly sent her a message saying he was “responsible for making recommendations on deportation matters”.
A 97-year-old war hero is preparing to parachute into Arnhem in the Netherlands this weekend - 75 years after he was captured there.
A royal landmark in Deeside has celebrated the end of its “incredible first year”, after it rose from the ashes of a devastating blaze.
Fears have been raised that local traders will lose out to supermarket giant Tesco following the loss of a town centre cash machine.
One of Aberdeen's most famous landmarks could soon be replaced after being removed from its clifftop site for the first time in 25 years.
A number of notable people from the north of Scotland including a bishop, a sheriff and a zoology professor are among the hundreds of new names in the 2019 edition of Who’s Who.
A96 must be dualled ‘as soon as possible’ to prevent further heartbreak, after nine deaths in a year
Safety campaigners say the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road must be dualled as swiftly as possible in the wake of a ninth death in 12 months.