A warning has been issued over the use of distress flares following an incident near Rosehearty.
A group of friends from Fraserburgh have celebrated achieving a major fundraising milestone.
A north-east man told police he thought was "going to die" after three men burst into his home armed with knives and an axe, a court has heard.
A former fisherman used the insurance payout from his accident damaged boat to set himself up in the drugs trade, a court heard yesterday.
Councillors have given the go-ahead to an "imaginative" project to create a trampolining centre in Inverurie.
North-east councillors have thrown their weight behind plans to waive property developers' community contributions in a bid to spark growth.
A five-year-old girl has been diagnosed with leukaemia – eight years after her sister beat the disease.
North-east councillors will appeal to bank bosses to reconsider closing branches across their communities.
Minthaka Patabedige, known as Vass, was last seen near Fraserburgh Harbour at around 2pm on Friday afternoon.
A radiographer who struggled to carry basic patient examinations has been given more time to complete a supervision order.
A man will appear in court tomorrow in relation to an alleged assault that took place last week.
A 90-year-old north-east charity volunteer has been recognised for her decades of outstanding service to Cancer Research UK.
Motoring enthusiasts took took part in an annual charity road run this weekend.
It may be the middle of winter, but one of Aberdeenshire's most popular summer beer festivals has just announced it is returning in 2017.
Councillors will today lodge an emergency motion to urge Clydesdale Bank to reconsider closures in the north-east.
North-east motorists are embracing the electric car revolution with a significant increase in the use of charging points.
A man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder following an alleged robbery near a north-east supermarket ATM.
An Aberdeenshire town is gearing up to beat the January blues with its biggest ever winter beer festival.
High Court hears that one of the men accused of killing Gary Clampett was in a relationship with the Fraserburgh man’s wife before their marriage
A murder accused has said he would have “wrung” his best friend’s neck had he realised he was carrying the knife which ultimately caused a dad’s death.
There's a new man at the helm of a north-east lifeboat station for the first time in 50 years.
A north-east group is raffling off a unique pendant, which has been valued at £1,250, to raise funds for breast cancer care.
Police in Denmark are investigating a bar brawl in which a Fraserburgh man was slashed with a broken bottle.
New figures revealed that nearly 20% of Banff and Buchan children live in poverty after housing costs in 2017.
Fire chiefs last night defended the transfer of control rooms to Dundee - but admitted they were "rectifying" a number of systems and procedures following December's controversial shutdowns in Inverness and Aberdeen.
A north-east lifeboat station has benefited from a second birthday donation in as many months.
A north-east health worker has blasted changes to a council-backed bus service a “shambles” amid fears he could be left stranded.
Up to 1000 people could bring fizz to an Aberdeenshire town when two brothers bring a popular knees-up back for its third year.
A grieving son was told he would have to pay nearly £1,000 in extra "non-resident" fees to bury his dad – despite his father living in Aberdeenshire for more than 40 years.
Inshore fishers have warned they are facing a crisis, rather than a "sea of opportunity”, if and when the UK finally quits the European Union.
Swimmers donned their trunks, suits and reindeer antlers and plunged into Fraserburgh Harbour yesterday to help raise money for the local RNLI crew.
Chinese lanterns were to be lit-up and released into the night’s sky – each emblazoned with the name of a schoolmate who was gone but would never be forgotten.
It's been described as a "home away from home" for youngsters.