An Aberdeenshire group who hope to win the Press and Journal’s minibus competition said it would help them to take their youngsters on trips across the north-east.
Almost 50 nurses will travel thousands of miles across the world to help fill vacancies in hospitals in the north-east in the coming months.
Motorists are facing disrupted journeys after an Aberdeenshire bridge partly collapsed and forced the closure of a countryside road.
Plans to charge community groups for the electricity they use over Christmas are being put on ice for at least three years.
Temporary barriers have been installed at a deteriorating Mearns bridge.
An investigation has been launched after a large chunk of metal on an Aberdeenshire road resulted in a three vehicle crash.
Police have released fresh images of an elderly man who has been missing for a week in wintry conditions.
A senior councillor has said dismantling a gypsy-traveller camp is the worst enforcement action the authority has ever taken, as a homeless support worker warned it would cost thousands to rehome its residents.
A north-east arts group has linked up a local painter with an artist thousands of miles away in a war-torn part of the Middle East.
A north-east biscuit giant has been backed by the Scottish Government after its plans for a business park were rejected by the council.
Prawn crackers in toilet lobby and pork skin air-drying on shed roof: What health officers found during north-east inspections revealed
A kilogram of pork skin stored on a shed roof and a mysterious “lump of meat” in a newsagent’s freezer are among the items north-east health officers have found during inspections this year.
A pensioner who was almost tricked by fraudsters into buying iTunes vouchers to pay off fake debt was saved from losing hundreds of pounds thanks to a quick-thinking shop manager.
More than 20 firefighters were needed to tackle flames at an Aberdeenshire farm.
Emergency services have been called to an Aberdeenshire village after a two-car crash. A black Audi and blue Vauxhall Astra collided outside the Oldmill Inn at Maryculter at 4.50pm. Police confirmed that no injuries occurred as a result of the incident, but that some oil required to be cleared from the road.
Police divers are helping in the search for a 90-year-old man missing for five days in freezing conditions.
Divers will today join the efforts to trace a Fraserburgh pensioner who was reported missing three days ago.
A £12.4million school which was only opened last year is forecast to be at almost double-capacity in just four years.
An Aberdeenshire hostel has become the region’s first to be granted a top award from a national tourism body.
Police dogs are helping to search an old railway line in the hunt for a 90-year-old man missing for four days in wintry conditions.
An Aberdeenshire rotarian who has spent the past 30 years fundraising for his local club has finally scooped a top prize himself.
North-east restaurant owner claims he lost customers for no reason after planned road closure cancelled
A beleaguered restaurant owner has claimed his business lost out on customers for no reason after a scheduled nearby road closure was cancelled without his knowledge.
A village shop that closed almost a year ago is to reopen within months.
Police were called to an Aberdeenshire road tonight after a head-on crash between two cars.
The parents of a baby born with an incurable condition have begged doctors not to give up on their daughter and let her have an operation to help prolong her life.
Police have urged motorists to take care when driving through parts of Aberdeenshire tonight, amid reports of strong winds felling several trees.
Firefighters are battling a "well developed" blaze that has ripped through the living room of an Aberdeenshire home.
Police have appealed for information following a north-east house break-in where two cars were stolen.
Youngsters in the north-east have been praised for having some of the brightest smiles in Scotland.
It was the inspiration for one of literature’s most famous creations.
An immaculate family home complete with desirable location can be hard to find; thankfully Torridon has it all covered.
Almost 60 oil workers living in the north-east are at risk of redundancy at Stena Drilling, the company has confirmed.
An Aberdeenshire black pudding has proved a unlikely lifesaver for a butcher who got stuck in a giant freezer.