Plans put forward by an online whisky auction company to build a new base of operations, including a tasting room, at an Aberdeenshire quarry have been recommended for refusal.
A £390,000 project to carry out road improvements on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road will begin today.
Vandals have racked up a repairs bill of more than £750,000 by targeting schools across the north and north-east.
The transformation of a former railway station near Turriff into a housing development have gone off track, with proposals recommended for refusal by planners.
Pupils at an Aberdeenshire school have been praised for their academic success in a “particularly difficult year” that involved the death of one of their classmates.
A pensioner who went missing yesterday from his home in Elgin has been traced.
A police chief has said there can be "no let up" on drink-driving after new figures revealed there has been little decline since the legal limit was lowered.
Aberdeenshire Council’s income from its pay and display car parks has soared by almost 70% following the controversial decision to ditch free parking periods.
A businesswoman's hopes of opening a Chinese takeaway in an Aberdeenshire village have been dashed amid concerns it could stink up silk scarves at a nearby shop, among other worries.
An Aberdeenshire congregation which has lacked a permanent minister for three years has had its prayers answered - in the form of a hill-walking reverend from Lanarkshire.
New £120,000 proposals to roll out electronic bikes on a popular north-east cycling route have moved up a gear.
A young whale has died after it became entangled in what are thought to have been creel lines off the north-west coast of Scotland.
A rural Aberdeenshire community fears it could be “sandwiched” between existing roads and plans for a new, dualled A96 Aberdeen to Huntly road.
A postmaster has warned communities across the north-east could be left without a post office unless "big changes" are made.
The Prime Minister held back tears as she revealed the date she will be leaving her role as leader of the country.
A new bar from Aberdeenshire-based beer giant BrewDog will open in a former Inverurie shop on Friday.
An 11-foot high wall could be driven through the heart of Ballater's golf course and caravan park as part of a proposed £31 million flood protection scheme.
An HGV driver from Stonehaven has celebrated losing more than 11 stones in a year by bagging as many Munros as possible.
A babysitter broke down in tears yesterday as she was found guilty of shaking an infant in her care, leaving the child “floppy and blue”.
Proposals for a new 500-home development with a new primary school, health centre and more were revealed to an Aberdeenshire community yesterday evening.
The grisly discovery of a human arm on an island off the north coast may sound like the start of another murder mystery novel, but scientists have discovered the real story is far more intriguing.
A prehistoric visitor attraction that sucked up millions in council subsidies before closing its doors eight years ago has finally attracted an “interested party”.
Residents in an Aberdeenshire village have finally been connected to fast internet a year after their neighbours, fuelling concerns about a "postcode lottery".
Councils and business groups across Scotland are preparing to battle to keep Debenhams in their towns and cities, after the struggling chain unveiled plans to axe 50 high street stores, putting around 4,000 jobs at risk.
Hundreds of people rang in the bells with a Swedish pop twist on Hogmanay at Aberdeen’s official street party.
Motorists could face major delays this evening after a crash on a busy north-east road involving a lorry.
A substantive hearing to decide the future of Aberdeen FC’s new £50million stadium will be held early next year.
A 20-year-old man has died following a serious crash close to Garve.
Scottish beer drinkers have been asked to raise a glass to their local breweries this Christmas as a new strategy is launched to grow the sector into a £30billion a year industry.
An academic who grew up in Dornoch and studied in Aberdeen has been made a CBE for his services to economics and public policy.
A charity established by the son of a north-east oil tycoon has helped to prevent more than an estimated 100,000 years of disability in some of the world’s poorest countries.
The number of incidents involving police vehicles crashing while pursuing suspects has more than tripled over a four-year period.