Hopes that a busy north-east junction could be improved have been dashed - as Aberdeenshire Council does not think the work is a priority.
A Fraserburgh man caught with nearly £300 worth of drugs has been fined.
A man has admitted calling police on his ex-partner’s new love interest - sparking a huge armed response in a north-east village.
Famine, starvation, civil insurrection: New book highlights impact of potato famine on north and north east
Amidst the worst hunger many would ever know, children and old people died in their hundreds.
A 21-year-old man has been charged following an incident in Fraserburgh yesterday afternoon whereby a man was injured following a collision with a vehicle.
Three people are expected to appear in court today facing drugs charges.
Police have cordoned-off a street in Fraserburgh follow reports of a serious assault.
A father who bought his daughter a drone for her birthday has been fined £175 after he flew it over their street.
Gordon Highlanders Museum has been transformed as chief executive leaves five-star venue in good health
Neil Drysdale finds a small army of volunteers at the ready to ensure the Gordon Highlanders story gains widespread public exposure.
For the past four-and-a-half years the family of missing Aberdeenshire man Shaun Ritchie have prayed for news.
Architects chosen by Aberdeenshire Council to transform the heart of a north-east town have defended their designs.
A retired modern studies teacher who has been inspired by Fraserburgh’s places and people has written a novel based on the town.
A new defibrillator will be installed at a Buchan sports club after the device saved the life of a rugby player in Fraserburgh.
A Day in the Life…: The P&J learns what it takes for the nation’s RNLI crews to keep our coastlines safe
The days of the RNLI’s Fraserburgh volunteers are filled with visits to schools to educate the town’s younger residents about the their role and the dangers of the water.
A north-east woman who made a fake rape claim was found out when she was caught on camera doing a supermarket shop.
A Fraserburgh skipper has been fined £3,000 for the racially-aggravated harassment of five members of his crew.
Police are appealing for information following the disappearance of a north-east teenager.
The gravestone of the Scottish family of a world-famous Norwegian composer has been preserved forever more in a film and online 3D model.
A pensioner has called for a new crematorium to be built in the north-east, claiming it is “badly needed”.
When the Second World War began, Aberdeen registrars faced ‘a situation without parallel’ in wedding surge
In the days after the confirmation that Britain was entering the battle against Hitler's forces, following the Nazi invasion of Poland on September 1, the news had a profound effect on many men in Aberdeen and the north east who were already in a romantic relationship.
North-east fundraisers have braved the winter sea, tested their general knowledge and laced up their trainers in support of Childline Aberdeen’s 15th anniversary appeal.
Fraserburgh residents fled their homes in terror at the weekend as flames tore through a garage.
A north-east football coach has admitted subjecting a woman and a young girl to years of abuse.
The descendants of 13 north-east men who were killed in a maritime attack in the Second World War will this week mark the 80th anniversary of the tragedy.
The speed limit on a section of the north-east's busiest road will be reduced to 10mph for overnight resurfacing works next week.
A north-east criminal has won a fight to be sent to jail in the hope of helping him beat alcoholism and become a better father.
Two teenagers, who were involved in a dramatic rescue at sea last month have been shortlisted for a new award.
Record levels of fly-tipping have left piles of fridges, sofas, washing machines, tyres and even potentially hazardous asbestos blighting the north-east landscape.
A landscape gardener who hit a man on the head with a baseball bat during an attack in Fraserburgh has avoided detention.
A man was rescued from Fraserburgh Harbour yesterday after falling off the pier.
A national children’s charity has teamed up with police to help distressed children who have experienced major trauma.
Aberdeen University will celebrate its 525th birthday in 2020 and has set out a radical strategy which will help shape its development for the next two decades.