Police have cordoned-off a street in Fraserburgh follow reports of a serious assault.
An MSP has given his backing to Respect for Shopworkers Week.
Demolition crews have moved in to tear down a derelict Moray pub that has stood in a community for more than 150 years.
A campaign has been launched in the north-east to cut down on the amount of physical and verbal abuse of retail workers.
Campaigners in a Moray village have held a vigil for a former hotel which was a focal point of the community for more than 150 years.
Following extensive consultation after a community backlash, the Co-Op has announced a diesel supply will be maintained at its Broadford filling station while £3.4 million worth of refurbishment works are conducted.
Man jailed for brutal assault and performing Nazi salutes while robbing shop on Aberdeen’s Union Street
A north-east man has been jailed for three years for a brutal attack in the city centre in which he kicked and stamped on his victim as he lay on the ground.
Proposals by the Co-op to move from its current premises in the centre of Fortrose to a site on the edge of the village threatens the viability of the High Street, according to Fortrose & Rosemarkie community council.
Part of a north-east road was blocked this morning after the front of a car was destroyed in a crash with a lorry.
Plans are moving forward for the creation of a major retail development on an Aberdeenshire estate.
A national convenience store chain has insisted they remain committed to a delay-hit plan to transform a derelict hotel in Moray into a shop.
The Co-op has delayed refurbishment work on Skye’s only 24-hour filling station after a backlash by by community groups and leaders fearing the vital resource would be closed off to the public for three months.
The manager of a north-east shop, who took a tough line on anti-social behaviour, has left with a parting shot at the actions of some youths in the community.
Visitors to Skye were left astonished as the volume of traffic at one of the islands beauty spots caused parking pandemonium.
A new distribution centre to serve Co-op stores in the north is due to open next month after a £6million investment by the retailer.
A lorry load of alcohol exploded over the A9 early yesterday – closing the road for hours.
A north-east farmer has been crowned Pig Farmer of the Year by the Co-op.
The Co-operative Group swung back into profit last year after it made a clean break from its troubled banking business.
Pupils from a north-east secondary school will face restrictions at a popular local shop amidst a row over food waste.
Residents of Weatherfield will wake up and smell the coffee this spring as Costa and Co-op shopfronts will feature on the Coronation Street set.
A Co-op employee who took nearly £800 from the tills at his work to fund his alcohol habit has been given 120 hours of unpaid work.
Police in Caithness are appealing for information after alcohol was stolen from a shop in the Thurso area.
Campaigners have threatened to boycott a new convenience store in a Moray village over claims the firm has “ignored” residents.
Campaigners will continue fighting plans to demolish a Moray landmark and replace it with a Co-op shop - despite the retail giant confirming an opening date for the store.
Officers are appealing for witnesses following a theft by housebreaking at an Aberdeen shop.
A derelict supermarket could be given a new lease of life after the council approved plans to create a new place of worship in the north-east.
The Co-op has launched a new Scottish Salmon Farming Group as part of its commitment to selling responsibly-sourced fresh fish.
A 30-year-old man who threw an elderly cat into a charity clothing bank and left it to die avoided a jail sentence yesterday.
The Co-op has announced plans to source £2.5billion worth of British meat, dairy, fruit and vegetables over the next three years.
A host of local charities will receive a share of a £35,000 windfall this week, thanks to a new supermarket membership scheme.
A Moray landmark is to be demolished after developers' attempts to maintain it were scuppered by planning regulations.
Alcohol worth around £400 was stolen during a break-in at an Aberdeenshire supermarket. The incident occurred at the Co-Op at Redcloak Drive in Stonehaven sometime between 10pm on Saturday and 5am on Sunday. Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you wish to remain anonymous.