A woman was cut from her car and taken to hospital tonight after the vehicle crashed into a field in Aberdeenshire.
Health bosses are urging people to be vigilant after a man posed as GP to get into a north-east pensioner's home.
Controversial plans for new service station off A90 rejected – after objectors threaten it would ‘leave blood on the hands of the council’
Controversial plans for a new service station in the north-east have been rejected by councillors over major road safety concerns.
An architect’s alternative vision for Rubislaw Quarry has received backing from an award-winning and internationally renowned designer.
A 38-year-old man has been charged in relation to an alleged theft by housebreaking that took place in Insch.
The owner of one of Stonehaven’s oldest businesses fears he may have to close when work begins on a £16 million flood scheme.
A north-east man has been banned from driving for two years after he was caught on the roads without a licence - two decades after he was disqualified.
A woman with a debilitating bone disease has slammed health bosses for forcing her to make a 20-mile detour for medication.
A woman with multiple sclerosis has formed an unbreakable bond with a dog trained to help her carry out her household tasks.
The family of a farmer who died in mysterious circumstances are still desperately clinging to the hope they will find answers almost a decade after his death.
Officers are appealing for witnesses following the theft of furniture from a number of gardens in the Portsoy area.
The family of a 14-year-old boy who died suddenly in Aberdeenshire have thanked members of the public who tried to save his life.
Two potential sites have been earmarked for a new multimillion community campus in Peterhead.
Three motorcyclists have been charged in relation to the alleged illegal use of motor vehicles within a number of forests across Aberdeenshire.
Motorcyclists charged as part of operation to tackle illegal use of motor vehicles in forests across Aberdeenshire
Two male motorcyclists have been charged with various alleged road traffic offences as a result of a Police Scotland operation to tackle the illegal use of motor vehicles within forests across Aberdeenshire.
A former cancer charity boss has urged people to be vigilant for its symptoms after he was diagnosed with the disease.
The A90 southbound merge at Charleston will close this weekend for utility and cabling works.
Police have charged six people in relation to road traffic offences in Aberdeenshire.
A man hurled a bottle of Prosecco through a window during a heated argument with his partner, causing £700 worth of damage to her home.
Plans to create a new farm shop near Fraserburgh have been unanimously approved.
Police have charged 14 people during the weekend as part of an ongoing operation to tackle violence and anti-social behaviour across the south of Aberdeenshire.
Objectors have spoken out against plans to continue to use a north-east quarry amid concerns about its impact nearby roads.
An Aberdeen lifeboat veteran is being made a Member of the British Empire after 42 years of service and 634 rescues at sea.
Emergency services are en route to a two-car crash in Aberdeenshire.
Firefighters across the north-east will be among the first to be armed with new specialist suits to help them cope during extreme weather like Storm Frank.
A man has died in an incident involving a digger at an north-east farm today.
Police across south Aberdeenshire are stepping up patrols as part of a new proactive crime-fighting operation to further protect rural areas.
A driver who killed a grandmother in a head-on crash was today jailed for six years.
Emergency services are in attendance at a collision between a car and a HGV on a north-east road.
A team from RAF Lossiemouth have swapped fighter jets for push bikes for a charity challenge that will take them around some of the most scenic parts of the north-east.
A major north-east road is blocked due to a two-car crash. The collision happened at about 3.40pm on the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road, between Blackburn and the city. Police are now at the scene, at the Blackburn roundabout, but no one has been injured.
Two politicians have demanded a long-term solution to protect a vulnerable historic bridge.