A masked raider who barged into a Fraserburgh home with a sawn-off shotgun will appeal his conviction and sentence.
The painstaking process to restore an iconic north-east statue will be completed early next year.
Police have vowed to act on any fresh information about the mystery disappearance of a Fraserburgh pensioner a year ago.
A first look at David Tennant as serial killer Dennis Nilsen in forthcoming ITV drama Des has been revealed.
A north-east town held its first-ever dementia and disability friendly disco yesterday.
A bus driver has been warned he faces jail if he continues to stalk a north-east councillor and his family.
Fears have been raised over the relocation of a north-east drug addiction centre to the community hospital in Fraserburgh.
Two men who were charged during a high-profile operation to tackle "cuckooing" and serious organised crime in the north-east have been sentenced today to a total of almost six years in prison.
In 1818, the first stone of the Fraserburgh Harbour south pier was placed and the board of the Commissioners was assembled.
A young father of two who tried to help his friend avoid police detection by claiming a mass brawl was taking place in a north-east village has been jailed.
The first north-east hospital built under the National Health Service has celebrated its 50th anniversary with a royal visit.
A woman who raked in a £1.6million fortune selling fake diet drops and bogus cancer treatments has been banned from running a company for six years.
Fraserburgh fisherman-turned-drug dealer caught when bag of cocaine ‘fell from his mouth’ is sentenced in court
A former fisherman who turned to dealing cocaine after his Fraserburgh creel vessel was written-off has been told to prove he can stay drug-free or face a lengthy prison sentence.
A scheme has been launched to help people in Fraserburgh battling addiction.
Campaigners have made fresh calls to transport bosses to help reduce the number of deaths on a notorious stretch of one of the north-east’s busiest roads.
An armed robber who charged into a north-east home with a sawn-off shotgun has failed in a bid to have his conviction quashed.
Fishing and energy firms could bear the brunt of a £15 million bill if new marine nature reserves are created off the west and north-east coasts, it has emerged.
Work on the £1.2million new sports development in Fraserburgh is nearly complete.
The driver of a car that careered down an embankment and hit a tree has died from his serious injuries.
North-east man who lost both legs to heroin jailed for selling the drug to undercover police officers
A north-east man who lost both his legs to heroin has been jailed after selling the drug to undercover police officers.
Work towards converting a historic north-east building into a new face for Aberdeenshire Council has started.
Fears have been raised for the future of a popular north-east running club after news emerged the organisation faces a national funding crisis.
A north-east community was given insight into a multi-million pound strategy to regenerate their town centre on Saturday.
Sister of missing Fraserburgh man Shaun Ritchie appeals for fresh information four years after he was last seen
The sister of a man who went missing on a Halloween night out has renewed her appeal for information four years after he disappeared.
Doric film competition returns with ‘Jist faar I bide’ theme celebrating particular Aberdeenshire spots
It was an inaugural event which proved the popularity of Doric across the north-east.
Health chiefs will look at the case of a north-east pensioner who says his quality of life has been ruined by the five ill-fitting prosthetic legs he has been given by NHS Grampian.
A north-east coxswain and his daughters are calling on others to line-up alongside them this Boxing Day and brave a leap into the chilly North Sea.
Thick black smoke billowed into the air above Fraserburgh yesterday as firefighters tackled a major blaze in the town.
A controversial project to transform a north-east council building has been nominated for a design award despite concerns from local people.
Lochpots Primary School in Fraserburgh celebrated its 40th birthday this week.
A housebound amputee who lodged a complaint with NHS Grampian about his prosthetic leg is now positive he may one day be able to walk outside to feed his chickens and lambs.
A young motorist is in a critical condition following a crash near Mintlaw.