A notorious stretch of an Aberdeenshire road where eight accidents took place over a seven year period will be reduced to 40mph to help improve safety.
Speed limits on a north-east road may be significantly reduced in an effort to improve safety at two junctions.
The family of a woman killed in a north-east car crash have paid heartfelt tribute to her.
Fairytale-like turrets, intricate designed gargoyles and Robert the Bruce's ancient Horn of Leys are just a few of the treasures within Crathes Castle.
Three people have been charged after drugs worth £2,000 were recovered in Banchory.
Liam Smith's death touched the hearts of many people, of all ages and backgrounds, across the north east earlier this year.
Hundreds of people have signed a petition urging Aberdeenshire Council to reinstate free parking in their towns.
Adults are constantly being bombarded with advice on what’s good to eat and what high-fat or sugary foods to avoid, while parents always aim to give their children the best possible foods to eat.
Each week, we ask small firms key questions. Here we speak to Louise Jenkins-Lang, co-director of Banchory-based management consultancy Lindsay & Lang.
An Aberdeenshire school has completed a pioneering programme helping its pupils learn new digital skills in partnership with tech industry giants Microsoft and HP.
A charitable trust has announced plans to preserve and restore an important site in Deeside.
A teenage boy has been charged after Class A and B drugs were recovered in Aberdeenshire.
A Deeside councillor has urged locals to consider becoming a school crossing patroller to protect youngsters.
Councillors have decided to visit the site of a proposed glamping development before making a decision.
Councillors are today expected to approve plans for a “glamping” site at the foot of Scolty Hill near Banchory.
With its maze of sprawling rooms plus a gym with its very own sauna, it’s fair to say that Merton is not your average family home.
An Aberdeenshire charity which sells second-hand goods to help those in need has celebrated its 20th anniversary.
Residents of a north-east town will get their first opportunity to use new multi-million-pound sports facilities today, after nearly 30 years of campaigning to have them built.
A former maths teacher from Deeside is in the running to win a prestigious award for his work in transforming his local area.
Specialist equipment is being brought to the north-east to ensure some of the region’s oldest bridges are safe and not in any urgent need of repair.
A group of teenage boys have been rescued after being trapped on a small bank in a north-east river.
The members of an Aberdeenshire rugby club are trying to get the dream of their very own clubhouse over the line.
Banchory mum Esther Hughes went back to university more than 20 years after qualifying as a nurse.
A Banchory-based company has donated more than £12,000 to a Deeside charity which provides support for people living with dementia.
Alisha Rees will be out to prove a point to the national team selectors when she competes in the Lee Valley sprints meeting in London tomorrow.
Police searching for a missing Aberdeenshire woman have confirmed they have found a body.
Police will today continue their search for a 22-year-old woman from Banchory who went missing on the Isle of Wight.
Searches are continuing for a north-east woman who was last seen on the isle of Wight at the weekend.
With gorgeous views over The Feugh valley and a recently modernised interior, Strathcoille is the ideal family home.
Two best friends caught up in the 2017 Manchester arena bombing have been shown around the brand new mental health facility in Aberdeen they have helped to fund.
Firefighters were called to a farm in Drumoak this afternoon after heavy machinery caught alight. Crews were called to a field near Broomfield Steading just after 4pm. A large hay baler had caught fire. Two fire engines from Banchory were called to the farm. The flames were extinguished by 4.40pm.
Police have been called to a three-vehicle crash in a north-east town this afternoon. It happened in High Street at around 4.35pm. No one was hurt in the collision, police said. Traffic was building up in the area while officers were on the scene.