The most remote swimming pool in Aberdeenshire has had to close its doors - forcing users to travel 13 miles to the nearest alternative.
A charity that uses horsemanship to rehabilitate wounded service personnel was given the royal seal of approval yesterday.
I love property programmes. Everything from Location, Location, Location to Grand Designs but one of my favourites of late has been George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces.
The owner of a much-loved Aberdeenshire shop is training his entire staff in the use of new heart-start equipment as a life-saving campaign gathers momentum in a Deeside village.
An north-east World War II veteran who survived a torpedo attack in the Atlantic has celebrated a century of life with his nearest and dearest in his beloved Deeside.
A new public defibrillator has been installed in a Deeside village in what organisers hope is the first of many on an isolated rural stretch.
A policeman accused of rape took pictures of two women exposing themselves just before the alleged attack, a court heard today.
A police officer has gone on trial accused of raping a woman after she refused to join him in a "threesome".
A police officer has gone on trial accused of raping a woman in Aberdeenshire.
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They are more commonly seen in the Antarctic or the Baltic Sea, but now some unusual ice formations have been spotted in Deeside.
Some unusual icy formations on the River Dee have been causing a stir.
Growing up, Becky Button had always played at nurses with her twin sister - but never imagined she would one day be graduating with a degree in the subject from the Robert Gordon University.
A charity that supports wounded servicemen and women has teamed up with oil and gas companies for a three-day event in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeenshire wheelchair user was unable to visit her sick partner in hospital because she was denied access to a bus.
Budding young legal eagles battled it out at Aberdeen Sheriff Court at the weekend in a mock trials competition.
A new food waste recycling service comes into operation to around 12,000 households in Aberdeenshire's Deeside area next week.
In the first of a two-part series, Cheryl Livingstone explores two homes that have pushed the limits of design and sustainability.
This year has seen events held across the country to mark the centenary of the beginning of World War I.
A new art exhibition in Aberdeenshire showcasing the best the area has to offer is under way.
Get in quick if you want to own this quaint cottage in Ballater, writes Cheryl Livingstone.
A horse that struggled with the pressure of policing the streets has shown he is a natural in the spotlight.
An elderly woman has been injured after she was hit by a car outside a supermarket.
A pensioner was taken to hospital yesterday after being hit by a car in Aboyne.
Yesterday's downpour led to the cancellation of an annual Aberdeenshire marquee event.
Some of them have been injured physically, losing limbs or breaking bones.
Since Horseback UK was established in 2009, more than 500 active and former servicemen and women have visited the farm at Dinnet, near Aboyne.
A constantly evolving exhibition of work from artists living in the north-east has opened in Aboyne.
As he walks around the arena, gently following the man in the ring with no lead rope, there is no sign of the flighty spirit traditionally associated with racehorses.
If his children ask him what happened to his face, Corporal Jay Hare tells them he had an accident with fireworks.
Police are appealing for information following an accident in Aboyne.
Aberdeenshire's first official tartan was unveiled at a special ceremony last night.