The SNP has been accused of "dog-whistle nationalism" after a party election flyer questioned the Scottishness of rivals.
Mobile phone firms and the UK government have agreed a £1 billion plan to banish so-called "not-spots", areas of poor network coverage in rural areas.
Boris Johnson's revised Brexit deal has been given the thumbs up by north-east Tories, farmers and fishermen.
A senior Tory has called on the UK Government to bypass the devolution agreement and spend directly in Scotland in order to promote the Union.
New roadworks mean that commuters will clock up 200 extra miles over the next two weeks, an MP has claimed.
An Aberdeenshire village has been connected to superfast broadband after a three-year battle by one determined resident.
Boris Johnson has been urged to create a singular "energy authority" to govern all aspects of the industry from oil and gas to renewables and nuclear.
Rail chiefs are being urged to lay on more trains for north-east football supporters to further boost the Scottish game.
Theresa May's closest parliamentary confidant has told of his final day's at the former prime minister's side.
MPs have voted to liberalise abortion and extend same-sex marriage to Northern Ireland, bringing the region in line with the rest of the UK.
Scotrail bosses have admitted “shooting themselves in the foot” over timetable changes and cancellation problems which have left north-east communities furious.
Boris Johnson was given a further boost last night after Theresa May's right hand man backed him to become Britain's next prime minister.
Calls to re-open a derelict Aberdeenshire station are building up a head of steam.
Motorists will be forced to take detours for three weeks following the "ridiculous" decision to close a bridge after a sign fell off it.
Former Nicola Sturgeon adviser says chances of her indyref2 plans succeeding are ‘very remote indeed’
A former adviser to Nicola Sturgeon today says the chances of the first minister’s plan to hold a second independence referendum by May 2021 succeeding are “very remote indeed”.
Theresa May has ended her turbulent tenure as leader of the Conservative Party, though she will remain in Downing Street as prime minister until a successor is chosen.
Tory rising star Andrew Bowie has backed health secretary Matt Hancock to succeed his boss in Number 10.
Theresa May showered praise on north-east MP Andrew Bowie who completed the London Marathon faster than any other parliamentarian on Sunday.
A north-east MP has criticised an Aberdeen University student body’s motion to boycott Israeli products- saying it will have a “severe impact” on the institution.
A north-east MP has backed a petition to reinstate "lifeline" flights between Aberdeen and London, which were axed by EasyJet earlier this month.
Moray Conservative MP Douglas Ross has confirmed that he will vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal tonight citing concerns about its impact on fishing.
An Aberdeenshire politician has described his UK Government promotion as a "great privilege."
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine MP Andrew Bowie last night urged Scottish colleagues on all sides of the House to “stand up, be counted” and back Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine MP Andrew Bowie has apologised after claiming back a £202 rail fare that was not connected to his Commons work.
Theresa May last night vowed to do everything possible in the next “crucial 72 hours” to deliver her Brexit plans after negotiators secured a breakthrough on the UK-EU future relationship declaration.
This Sunday, the country will pause, as it does every year, to remember all those who have fallen in the service of our country in every conflict since 1914. In this year of the centenary of the armistice, the two minutes’ silence will have greater resonance than usual.
The SNP has rounded on Tory MP Andrew Bowie after he said he was “sad” Scotland has two governments.
A bus firm has been forced to postpone the roll-out of a new service connected to the Aberdeen bypass due to uncertainty over when the road will finally open.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced an additional £1billion for defence spending in the Budget.
Transport bosses have been accused of holding up the opening of the long-awaited bypass - by not completing the proper legal paperwork.
Andrew Bowie: Britain’s special relationship with United States is no myth – no matter what protesters claim
It is a fact that most politicians in this country are obsessed with American politics.
Thousands of fires are being started on purpose across the north-east as firefighters attempt to combat natural blazes brought on by soaring temperatures.