A team of young Aberdeenshire racers have been celebrated for their efforts in championing eco-friendly energy in Scottish Parliament.
A hands-on competition has been launched to encourage young people from across the north-east to consider a career in construction.
Police will today continue their search for a 22-year-old woman from Banchory who went missing on the Isle of Wight.
A team of Deeside school pupils have beaten their north-east rivals to a Scottish electric car racing crown.
A cleaner being bitten on the ankle by a ferret resulted in one of the hundreds of pest control visits to Aberdeenshire schools in recent years.
A former north-east teacher will face a string of sexual abuse charges when he appears in court next month.
North-east police investigated allegations of a serious sexual assault on a 14-year-old girl outside an Aberdeenshire school yesterday.
A talented visually impaired para-athlete yesterday gave inspiration to north-east school pupils preparing to take part in a gruelling cycling challenge.
Calls are being made to replace an "outdated" secondary school in Aberdeenshire.
A higher proportion of school leavers from Aberdeenshire are advancing into further education than any other region of Scotland.
Banchory Academy head teacher diagnosed with cancer. 14 months later she’s almost ready to go back to work
As somebody with a passion for the great outdoors, there's nothing Sheila Di Maio would have loved more than to have gone on her skiing holiday last Easter.
Teachers and pupils celebrated receiving a national award yesterday for their commitment to school sport.
The north-east man credited with creating a reliable electricity network for Scotland was last night inducted into an industry hall of fame.
Former Banchory Academy pupil Melissa Allan talks to Cheryl Livingstone about her professional debut
A group of Aberdeenshire school pupils have handed a cheque for more than £11,000 to a north-east charity after trekking 260 miles across Scotland.
An Aberdeenshire prosthetics student has embarked on his 1,240-mile charity cycle from Scotland to Spain to raise money for amputees.
As he peeked through the wooden fence and whispered “is she coming now?”, Stuart Edwards’s nerves were obvious.
An Aberdeenshire student has spoken of living her life almost in constant pain due to an illness so extreme it has hospitalised her twice.
Budding filmmakers will be pushed to the limit this weekend as part of a new project in Aberdeen.
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 team of Deeside youngsters who trekked, cycled and sailed across Scotland for charity have smashed their fundraising target.
Staff and pupils from a north-east secondary school will set off on a gruelling journey across Scotland on Friday.