An investigation is under way after a man died in an early morning house fire.
A man died last night in a horrific crash on the north-east's busiest road.
A man has died after a crash near Stonehaven tonight.
A woman dialled 999 and told a police call-handler that she had eaten a chicken korma and thought she would be on the toilet for three hours.
A nursery teacher killed after being hit by a lorry has been described as a "shining light".
A man has denied murdering his girlfriend in her flat.
A man has been taken to hospital following a crash involving a motorbike and lorry. The accident happened at the Broomhill Road roundabout at Anderson Drive, Aberdeen at 3.54pm. Police, ambulance and fire crews were in attendance. Paramedics have taken one man with leg injuries to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
A woman was airlifted to hospital on Saturday after falling from her horse at a jump.
Sergeant Peter Lorrain-Smith is browsing in a book shop when his phone suddenly rings with the police control room on the other end.
Many may think that a day in the life of a police officer is like cops and robbers, but in reality it is far more about prevention and protection.
Emergency services are in attendance following a two-vehicle crash on an Aberdeen road.
A teenage girl had her skin ripped off and was left with bits of tyre stuck in her leg in a hit and run.
A biker killed in an early morning crash has been described as an “adored” dad with a “huge heart”.
A police watchdog is investigating after a motorcyclist suffered serious injuries when he crashed into a tree.
Vandals have targeted a house in Portsoy while the owners were out at the boat festival celebrating their birthdays.
An Aberdeenshire mum has urged thieves to return her daughter's diabetes equipment after it was stolen from a school playing field.
Two men will appear in court tomorrow after £22,000 of heroin was found in a car bound for the north-east.
A drug dealer who wasted firefighters' time by making a fake 999 call has been ordered to undergo treatment for addiction.
A minister is suing the speeding driver who nearly killed him in a horrific crash for £100,000.
Classic cars worth thousands of pounds have been destroyed in a fire at a north-east farm.
Mountain rescue team members were forced to spend the night in a Cairngorms refuge after coming to the aid of an exhausted and ill-equipped hillwalker who under-estimated the testing conditions on Scotland's mountains.
When Michelle Szombara first began chatting to Alan Clarkson online, she thought she had met the man of her dreams.
Police are warning of a loss of 999 service on the isle of Lewis.
Youngsters at Mintlaw nursery played doctors and nurses yesterday while learning some life-saving tips.
A man has died after being hit by a van on a busy bypass.
Police have warned that some Moray residents may be unable to dial 999 from a landline this evening.
False fire alarm calls at north hospitals is costing a staggering £1million a year, the Press and Journal can reveal.
Fears have been raised that Coastguard cutbacks are putting “lives in danger” around the coasts of the north and north-east.
A man's body was found in the wreckage of his car on Christmas Eve - two days after he was reported missing.
Relatives and neighbours of vulnerable people in the area are asked to check on them more frequently, as assistance alarms may not be operating correctly.
A woman has died in a fire on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
A motorist has been charged following a three vehicle crash on the outskirts of Peterhead.