New figures have revealed there have been almost four injuries or near misses per week involving workers on the Aberdeen bypass construction project.
Fire teams are currently in attendance at a farm blaze close to Fraserburgh.
Aberdeenshire farm worker died after ‘unsuitable’ lifting mechanism resulted in four-tonne trailer crushing him, sheriff determines
An Aberdeenshire farm worker died after the almost four-tonne trailer he had been working on fell and crushed him between its rear axles, a sheriff has found.
A joint investigation by police and the fire service will be carried out following a major blaze that ripped through a property in Aberdeen’s west end.
A man has been jailed for 15 months after admitting stabbing a man in an Aberdeen street.
A woman has died after her car overturned in a horrific crash on a north-east road.
Sunshine, bagpipes and good times left Speyside “hoaching” with thousands of happy visitors this weekend at the 127th Dufftown Highland Games.
Fire teams have been sent to a significant fire at a historic Aberdeen school this morning.
A dog handler has appeared in court charged with dangerous driving following a crash that led to the death of his Labrador.
A search and rescue dog and a couple who have dedicated their lives to rescuing wildlife will travel to the House of Lords to receive special recognition.
Friends of a teenager found dead in an Aberdeenshire woodland will hold a fundraiser in his memory.
Home buyers hoping to send their children to some of Scotland’s best performing schools have to pay out almost £73,000 more than the average local price.
A woman has been sexually assaulted in the city centre of Aberdeen.
Helicopter crash which killed Aberdeenshire pilot occurred after the boat it was carrying ‘lifted into the air like a kite’
A helicopter crash in North Uist, which led to the death of an Aberdeenshire pilot occurred after the boat it was carrying 'lifted into the air like a kite', an investigation has found.
Visitors at the Highland Games in Ballater had two very special reasons to celebrate the occasion.
Strip clubs could be opened in Aberdeenshire if new licensing changes are approved.
Developers behind a multi-million pound scheme to transform a 19th Century industrial complex into an urban village have put forward new plans to carry out the work in phases.
Dolphins from the Moray Firth have been recorded going on their holidays and leaving the UK’s shorelines for the very first time.
Retired engineer’s plans to restore ‘Tutankhamun’s Tomb’ of engineering history hidden in Aberdeenshire mill building
A former mill building in Aberdeenshire which contains a “Tutankhamun’s tomb” of engineering history could be brought back to life if a community group’s plans are allowed to proceed.
As glasses are raised across the north-east and Moray for the Spirit of Speyside festival, work continues on grand plans to celebrate the illicit history of Scotland’s national drink and its connection to one of Scotland’s most remote communities.
Pupil of Aberdeen dance teacher who died of cancer to raise cash in her memory by zip-lining across the River Clyde
A dancer is preparing to honour her teacher by conquering her fear of heights for a zip line challenge over the River Clyde.
An Aberdeen spaniel, whose life was saved by a stranger with a nappy, is on the road to recovery.
Stonehaven’s popular beach boardwalk will undergo a £250,000 transformation after receiving funding from the Scottish Government.
The trial of Scotland’s former first minister Alex Salmond on multiple charges alleging sexual assault and attempted rape is expected to commence early next year.
More than a dozen disabled north-east children who have undergone complex surgeries have been given specially-made teddy bears to help them feel less lonely.
A group of residents living close to an Aberdeen Bypass construction site have voiced fears about flood prevention after their fields were “turned into lochs” and heavy rainfall resulted in “waterfalls” pouring onto the future bypass.
Thousands of visitors descended on Speyside yesterday for the most popular Gordon Castle Highland Games to date.
Two people have appeared in court accused of attacking a woman with a hammer at a house in Peterhead.
An investigation has been launched after the decapitated head of a deer was found on top of a bucket close to a five-star hotel.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson has announced he will not seek re-election following accusations he groped another MP.
A controversial flood scheme has been approved for Ballater - despite a roads boss admitting all the options on the table were "terrible".
The city council has agreed that safety improvements are needed for education staff in time for the next school term.