A new book exploring the history of one of the north-east’s most popular hills and its surrounding community will be launched this month.
An organisation that works to preserve and celebrate one of Aberdeenshire’s most popular hills is looking to secure new members.
A ceremony was held on Bennachie yesterday to mark the 80th anniversary of a biplane crashing into the side of the Aberdeenshire hillside, killing two RAF airmen.
A horse rider has been seriously hurt after she was attacked by a husky at a north-east beauty spot.
An archaeological dig, carried out on the lower slopes of Bennachie, comes to a close this week, after proving that the area has been inhabited for hundreds of years.
Memorial walk for RAF crew who crashed into Bennachie – the first British casualties of the Second World War
A memorial hike will take place in Aberdeenshire next month to mark the 80th anniversary of the first British military casualties of the Second World War.
The public will be invited to find out more about Scottish history next week at an archaeological dig site at one of the north-east’s most recognisable beauty spots.
An archaeological dig at Bennachie is being opened up to the public.
Archaeologists are to excavate an area of Aberdeenshire they believe will reveal important secrets of the past.
On Sunday an army of purple-clad volunteers climbed Aberdeenshire's Mither Tap as part of the breast cancer fundraiser ‘Bennachie’s Biggest Bosie’.
Hundreds of people joined hands to form a human chain around one of the tallest peaks of Bennachie as part of a fundraising celebration of the Aberdeenshire landmark.
Archaeologists are winding down after making an extraordinary discovery atop an iconic north-east mountain.
An ancient well at the top of one of Scotland’s most iconic mountain peaks has been unearthed for the first time in hundreds of years.
The members of a north-east pipe band are preparing to hit new heights by playing at the top of Bennachie for charity.
If your idea of a romantic time away with your significant other is peace, quiet and no stress, then at Macdonald Pittodrie House you’re in for a treat.
Scores of people hiked up an iconic north-east mountain at the weekend to help raise £6,000 for two terminally ill people who are “battling for their lives”.
Campaigners were celebrating last night after plans to take a major north-east road past an iconic landmark were withdrawn.
Campaigners battling to save iconic landmark from new A96 route meet with Scottish transport minister
Campaigners battling to protect one of the north-east’s most iconic landmarks have taken their fight back to Holyrood.
Campaigners fighting to keep a new road away from Bennachie will argue their case with the Scottish Government’s transport minister tomorrow.
A worldwide campaign is underway to prevent a dual carriageway being driven through one of the north east’s most iconic hill-scapes.
It started out as a mission to delve into a centuries-old chapter of north-east history.
Emergency services were forced to fight a gorse fire that ripped through a section of a north-east woods over the weekend.
A new digital app has been released to help people learn about a crofting colony who lived at the foot of one of the most visited hills in the north-east.
Outdoor enthusiasts will be canvassed on their hopes for the future of Aberdeen’s woodland areas as part of a new study.
A route for the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness dualling project which would avoid an Aberdeenshire landmark is now being considered following a vocal campaign to protect it.
Hundreds of people went along to the first of three ‘meet the team’ events taking place this week for the long-awaited A96 dualling project.
A mother and daughter are reaching new heights in aid of a north-east children’s charity.
A campaign to protect an most iconic Aberdeenshire landmark from the re-routing of one of the region’s busiest roads has won support across the political divide.
One of Aberdeenshire's most iconic landmarks has become more accessible after its pathways received a £28,000 upgrade.
An Aberdeenshire tourist facility unveiled its new look yesterday and marked the occasion with a tribute event for two founding members.
A major energy company has promised to review its options before seeking to gain approval to build a line of "super pylons" across the north east in the future.