A north-east farming company has been fined £40,000 for breaches of health and safety legislation which led to an employee being hospitalised after he fell while installing an electricity cable.
The Christmas lights in two north-east communities have been switched on for only a few days.
Opinions of residents and visitors to Banff will be collected today in an effort to rejuvenate a run down and flood-prone street.
A Neo-Nazi who is serving life imprisonment for plotting terrorist attacks on mosques will next week argue that his sentence should be reduced.
Criminals were blasted for making "heinous" hoax calls to the emergency services yesterday after RNLI crews endangered their lives dealing with a false alarm over the weekend.
A man has been charged after a roadside memorial dedicated to heroic airmen was knocked down.
Police have charged a motorist after knocking over a RAF war memorial in Aberdeenshire.
Two lifeboats were sent out in Banff and Macduff yesterday afternoon after the coastguard service fell victim to a "malicious" hoax call.
A popular north-east reindeer parade will go ahead for what could be the final time as fears persist that its organiser may be forced to pull the plug because of business rates increases.
Work on a new walking route that chronicles the history of two north-east towns has begun.
More retail opportunities could be created in Banff after councillors agreed to put Canal Park on the market.
A concerned council worker has claimed his employers are trying to "devastate" jobs in some of Aberdeenshire's poorest communities.
Marjorie Burton, who was the oldest woman in Scotland, has died in a Banff care home, aged 109.
An MSP has given his backing to Respect for Shopworkers Week.
Fishermen leapt into Banff Harbour at the weekend to rescue an elderly woman whose car had plunged into the water.
The future of a closure-threatened north-east health centre will be the focus of a public consultation later this month.
The emergency services have been called to a fire on Duncan Street in Banff this afternoon.
A delighted businessman has been given the go-ahead to demolish a dilapidated C-listed building to expand his popular shop.
A toy bank has been launched to take in unwanted children’s toys and clothes to help families struggling in the run up to Christmas.
Growing up within a musical family in Aberchirder, it is not surprising that 20-year-old Talitha Brown now has her sights set on a star-studded future.
A patient at a closure-threatened north-east health centre has launched his own bid to save the stricken practice.
A Moray artist has unveiled a new exhibition documenting the lives of some of the first teenagers of the new millennium.
A Banff medical practice will be forced to close its doors in six months, forcing thousands of patients to seek new care.
A man who is serving life for planning terrorism attacks on Scottish mosques has launched an appeal against his conviction.
Police have traced two missing people from the north-east area.
Vandals who have repeatedly targeted a north-east sports pavilion are being urged to show “respect” for their home town.
An appealing has been launched following the disappearance of a north-east woman.
A woman who was robbed of £50,000 worth of property in Banff is being treated at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in the aftermath of her ordeal.
Police are appealing for information after nearly £50,000 worth of property was stolen from a north-east home.
People living in a coastal community are being asked for their views on the future of a historic glasshouse.
A north-east town is being offered the chance to speak with members of a charity which helps men and women overcome addiction.
Motorists using electric cars could soon be able to charge their vehicles next to the picturesque Moray Firth.