A former church building which has fallen into a “dangerous" condition over the last century could be partially demolished and transformed into a house.
One of the UK’s best-known wildlife presenters is to visit the north-east.
It was the version of the King James Bible which provided the derivation of the word "basketcase".
North-east craft distiller Lost Loch Spirits is celebrating another milestone after launching a school for would-be rivals.
Fresh plans for a new skate park in Deeside have been wheeled out by a community group.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 78-year-old cyclist was seriously injured in a crash this morning.
Bill Anderson MBE was a “true highland games heavyweight legend” whose name was known in strongman circles around the world.
Specialist equipment is being brought to the north-east to ensure some of the region’s oldest bridges are safe and not in any urgent need of repair.
Musicians from across the world showed off their skills and passed on tips to aspiring players during the Aboyne Cello Festival.
Visitors from across the globe travelled in their thousands to sun-drenched Aboyne this weekend for the start of the Highland Games season in Royal Deeside.
Heavyweights will be showing off their skills today as they delight the crowd at Aboyne Highland Games.
A special highland games, designed to encourage the next generation of caber tossers, highland flingers and bagpipers, will be held this evening in Deeside.
Three members of the Aboyne Twinning Association have received a prestigious award from the French town of Martignas.
The descendants of one of the founding fathers of a historic Highland Games gathering will travel more than 3,000 miles across the Atlantic to attend the event for the first time.
First ever woman to teach at Peterhead Prison witnessed Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a dream speech’
The first ever woman to teach at the now-closed Peterhead Prison, who witnessed Martin Luther King's seismic "I have a dream" speech, has died.
Three minor injury units in Aberdeenshire have had their opening hours slashed by health bosses after more than a year of talks.
A recently retired charity boss has set off on a 180-mile trek as a parting gift to the organisation.
A businesswoman's hopes of opening a Chinese takeaway in an Aberdeenshire village have been dashed amid concerns it could stink up silk scarves at a nearby shop, among other worries.
Motorists are experiencing rush hour delays on a north-east trunk route after a two-vehicle crash.
Plans for a hot food takeaway have cooked up a storm of controversy in an Aberdeenshire village.
A spectacular night-time run through ancient Caledonian forests in the Cairngorms National Park will return for its fifth year this October.
William and Margaret Ashcroft dreamed of moving out to the countryside and making the most of the great outdoors when they decided to retire.
A 19-year-old has been charged in connection with a north-east crash.
Two Moray locals scooped national accolades at the Tennis Scotland Awards 2018.
A hardy team has completed the difficult challenge of carrying a hefty caber up a munro to raise money and improve the life of a young woman.
A group of men are poised to embark on a gruelling challenge to raise money for Alzheimer's charities.
A set of triplet calves was recently born on Hamish Farquhar’s Kinaldie Farm in Logie Coldstone, Aboyne.
An Aberdeenshire man will embark on a unique fundraising adventure to improve the life of his younger sister.
A group of archaeologists, volunteers and students got their hands dirty digging deep into Deeside’s prehistoric past at the weekend.
A record temperature set in Aberdeen 122 years ago has been broken in Aboyne today.
Drugs worth more than £1,000 have been seized from a property in Aboyne.
An Aberdeenshire school was evacuated yesterday as emergency services investigated reports of a chemical leak.