A Sunday bus service between two Deeside communities has been granted a stay of execution after thousands of people protested against plans to axe the service.
A Danish bus company has apologised after footage emerged of its staff using planks to manoeuvre a coach over an Aberdeenshire bridge where extremely heavy vehicles are prohibited.
Visitors at the Highland Games in Ballater had two very special reasons to celebrate the occasion.
Prince Charles enjoyed his favourite dram as he opened the Ballater Highland Games this morning.
Ballater has become a bit of a cycling hub with two bicycle shops (both hiring bikes), some good routes radiating out of it and some great coffee shops.
A Deeside community is making plans for the expected arrival of some major Hollywood names for a wedding.
The organisers of Highland Games gatherings have raised fears that the events could be killed off by a possible alcohol ban.
They were a pivotal part of the Second World War and proved instrumental in the campaign to keep Britain digging for victory.
The Women's Land Army was re-established in June 1939, under the command of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries and given an honorary head, Lady Denman.
A prolific fundraiser and founder of a north-east charity has been made an MBE.
As a dozen giant rubber ducks prepare to race down the River Dee, here’s everything you need to know about the Ballater Duck Festival
England has a Yorkshire Pudding boat race, Wales has an Elvis carnival and Scotland has… a Duck Festival? Philippa Gerrard found out more about one of the more unusual events taking place in the north-east this summer.
A disused Victorian school site in Royal Deeside will be converted into 24 affordable homes.
Review into Ballater Station overspend finds delays and money were ‘justified’ by its stunning resurrection
Councillors have praised the stunning restoration of the historic Ballater Station but accepted that lessons must to be learned from the project.
A pensioner was left housebound for three months after she fell through a hatch left open by workmen - which also caught out her brother-in-law.
Preparations are underway to celebrate the 100th birthday of a war hero believed to be the oldest Scottish clan chieftain.
The Braemar Tourism Group has launched a “use it or lose it” campaign to support a Sunday bus service in Deeside.
An under-threat bus service has been given a "stay of execution" by transport chiefs.
A north-east golf club has hit a hole in one after being given the royal seal of approval.
A group set up in the wake of the devastating Ballater floods has called for a re-think on proposals designed to safeguard the village for future generations.
The restoration of a centuries-old north-east church, which has fallen into disrepair, will resume next month.
A renowned royal landmark, once at threat of disappearing forever, has been shortlisted for a prestigious building prize.
Young salmon stocks in the upper River Dee are at their highest since Storm Frank wreaked havoc across the north-east four years ago.
Residents of a north-east town are being given the opportunity to find out more about a forthcoming housing development.
The final 20 bottles of the Duke of Rothesay’s own whisky will be auctioned off to raise money for a Deeside community.
Balmoral Castle will host a two-day workshop on repairing and maintaining traditional windows.
Call for snow gates as cars continue to ignore warning signs and fall foul of treacherous Aberdeenshire road
A call has been made for snow gates to be installed on an Aberdeenshire road which is regularly blocked during winter weather.
One of the north-east's most popular attractions has been put under threat from a new housing development.
The former Spittal of Glenshee Hotel is to get a new lease of life after it suffered from a devastating fire in 2014.
It sounds like a trick question: “What’s the connection between Scottish football and Laurel & Hardy?”
A prestigious new American list of must-see global destinations in 2019 has included just one location in Britain.
A project which makes special teddy bears for children who have undergone complex surgery has donated its 2,000th cuddly toy.
Flood-hit communities in the north-east have been left "high and dry" by the Scottish Government's draft budget.