An Aberdeenshire woman will compete against some of the world's best powerlifters this week.
Motorists will be forced to take detours for three weeks following the "ridiculous" decision to close a bridge after a sign fell off it.
Worried residents face being cut off following the closure of two roads into a north-east village.
A "neighbour from hell" has made life miserable for villagers in an Aberdeenshire community by turning their once-quiet street into "a scrap yard".
Plans have been submitted to honour a north-east man who helped shape the world’s drinking habits.
One of the oldest women in Scotland has died at the age of 107.
Judy Murray has backed calls for tennis courts at a north-east park to be resurfaced and have floodlights installed.
Transport chiefs are facing fresh calls to improve safety on a school bus route in the north-east.
Parents have called for the urgent overhaul of a rural school bus service which they say has become so unreliable their children’s educations is suffering.
Plans to build a 261ft wind turbine near Auchenblae have been rejected - despite winning the support of 40 local residents.
Life in flat nine, Drumtochty Stables, in Auchenblae, near Laurencekirk, will certainly be different – with plenty of character and beautiful surroundings.
A senior Aberdeenshire doctor is urging his patients to take a stand against a proposed changes to where they get their prescriptions from.
The beautiful gardens of a rural Mearns community will open to the public next weekend.
North-east baby died just three-and-a-half hours after she was born and parents brand unit an ’emergency blackspot’
A devastated couple branded a maternity unit an "emergency response blackspot" as they emotionally told an inquiry today of their daughter's death just hours after she was born.
Fresh plans to rebuild an Aberdeenshire hotel, destroyed in a gas explosion almost six years ago, have been lodged.
An Aberdeenshire community is making one final push for funds to restore a historic clock tower damaged during a winter storm.
Plans to paint primrose yellow road markings in an Aberdeenshire village have been approved - despite protests from some locals.
The grounds of a historic Aberdeenshire castle burst into life with the skirl of bagpipes and roar of Highland heavies at the weekend.
Locals have seen red over plans to introduce primrose double-yellow lines in an Aberdeenshire village.
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Residents in an Aberdeenshire village are counting down the seconds to an event which will raise money to restore their "landmark" church clock.
Double-yellow lines in a pretty Mearns village are to be painted a paler shade of primrose so as not to upset its historic charms.
A celebration of the life of the north-east man who brought tea to the world will raise a cuppa to the nation's favourite brew this weekend.
A north-east firm has been fined £7,500 for its part in a hotel explosion that left three people seriously injured.
A company has been charged in connection with an explosion at an Aberdeenshire hotel.
Five friends from a Mearns village are taking on a 54-mile walking challenge to raise money for community projects.
Plans to introduce double yellow lines and reduced speed limits in a north-east village have been sent back to the drawing board.