A badger has been rescued from a military fox hole after falling into the pit and spending hours trying to claw itself out.
The energy giant behind a controversial north-east wind farm will offer £3 million to the community.
A north-east MP has renewed calls to improve safety on a “terrifying” crossing used by schoolchildren.
Angry farmers have claimed their livestock were “terrorised” by the industrial-strength fireworks set-off to celebrate the opening of the north-east’s offshore windfarm.
A motorist was caught speeding at 96mph today - just hours after the newest section of the A90 was opened to traffic.
A north-east pensioner claims to have been left a virtual prisoner in her own home after her local bus stop was taken away as a result of the AWPR works.
Wildfires erupted across the north and north-east again yesterday as a heatwave continues to place a strain on the emergency services.
Police were forced to issue a warning to motorists after thick plumes of smoke from a grass fire obscured vision on the A90.
Motorists took to the AWPR for the first time yesterday, marking the beginning of the end to a 70-year wait for a congestion-busting city bypass.
The latest part of the “transformational” Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route is expected to open tomorrow.
A large section of the A90 will be renamed and brought under council control next year.
The first section of trunk road to open on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) is expected to be a new seven kilometre section between Goval and Blackdog - which could open next week.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a vehicle failed to stop and report a collision near Aberdeen. It happened on the A90 at the flyover for Blackdog between 3am and 5am today. Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to call police on 101.
A whistleblower sacked after raising concerns about drug abuse and significant health and safety breaches on a major construction project fell victim to “character assassination”, a tribunal has ruled.
Fresh concerns have been sparked over health and safety practices at the AWPR after two major incidents over the weekend.
AWPR workers have been accused of misdirecting traffic on to an unfinished section of the road, causing one car to crash.
A whistleblower who claimed he was wrongly dismissed after telling energy firm bosses about drug-taking on site and an 11-year-old girl being allowed to drive a digger could learn his fate in the next month.
A whistleblower has claimed he was sacked by a north-east energy firm after he reported a child had driven a digger on a major construction site and workers were taking drugs.
Motorists should expect delays on a busy north-east road this weekend as traffic management systems are put in place.
A pensioner claims her village is "under siege" by convoys of heavy goods lorries rolling in and out of construction sites in the area.
A multimillion-pound transformation of a village on the outskirts of Aberdeen has been backed by planners.
A £150million retail and housing development on the outskirts of Aberdeen is expected to get its final seal of approval next week.
Councillors have unanimously backed a £150million housing and retail development - despite concerns it will hit traders in surrounding north-east towns.
Council planners have backed a £150million housing and retail development - despite concerns it will hit traders in surrounding north-east towns.
Motorists on a busy north-east road will face disruption next week as a result of essential safety works.
A retail study has warned trade in north-east towns and Aberdeen city centre will be hit if two major developments are approved.
Four teenagers have been charged in connection with a high-speed chase which left three police cars and five other vehicles damaged.
An Aberdeenshire community has banded together to brighten up the winter months by creating a pint-sized edible Christmas village.
Retail experts have warned a £150million development could have a "significant" effect on trade in neighbouring north-east towns.
North-east health chiefs have joined the armed forces in objecting to a huge 550-home development amid noise concerns.
Developers behind plans for a major north-east housing and leisure scheme near a rifle range have suggested any noise issues could be overcome - by neighbours simply shutting their windows.
Military chiefs are battling plans for a £150million housing and leisure development neighbouring one of its north-east training sites.