Scotland's First Minister has pledged to investigate the “suffering” faced by the Cove Harbour fishing community as a result of a devastating fire and a dispute with the landlord.
A long-running dispute over access to a historic Aberdeen harbour has escalated even further, with a landowner installing new obstacles along its boundary.
The Scottish Government has been accused of leaving a group of traditional fishermen "on their own" following a fire that destroyed their livelihoods.
A group of Aberdeen fishermen who lost a court case last year have been hit with a legal fee bill of around £45,000 – just days after their cherished vessels were destroyed in a malicious fire.
Police have renewed their appeal for information after fishing boats and a boathouse were destroyed in a blaze at Cove Harbour.
Police are continuing to carry out inquiries after several boats and a boathouse were set alight at Cove Harbour in Aberdeen at the weekend.
Fishermen are reeling in shock after what is believed to have been a deliberately-started fire tore through the fishing fleet at Cove Harbour in Aberdeen.
Emergency services were called in the early hours of this morning to reports of a fire at Cove Harbour's boathouse.
Calls have been made to ensure the safety of people visiting a historic Aberdeen harbour after motorists have been spotted turning dangerously close to the water.
A handful of fishermen could be the final generation to cast off from a historic Aberdeen harbour after a court ordered them to move their boats.
Boats at centre of long-running battle will have to be removed as ruling on historic Cove Harbour is issued
Fishermen told of their devastation yesterday after being ordered to remove their boats from a historic north-east harbour following a four year legal battle.
A sheriff is expected to make a ruling on a long-running dispute over fishermen getting access to a historic Aberdeen harbour later this year.
A group of north-east fishermen have made their case to a court explaining why they should be able to continue to use a historic Aberdeen Harbour.
A fisherman told yesterday how he had used a harbour at the centre of a court battle for 15 years with no problems.
A court battle has begun over the future of an historic Aberdeen Harbour.
Fishermen are calling on divers, kayakers, rock fishers and other Cove harbour users to back their legal challenge for access on the site.
Fishermen at war with a landowner over access to a historic Aberdeen harbour have launched another crowdfunding campaign after racking up huge legal bills.
A member of a group of fishermen seeking to avoid eviction from a traditional Aberdeen harbour has lost his long-fought battle with cancer.
Fishermen embroiled in a battle with a landowner at a historic harbour who is stopping them parking their boats have run up a legal bill into tens of thousands of pounds.
A court date has been set for a legal battle between a community of traditional fishermen and a landowner who wants to evict them from an historic Aberdeen harbour.
A Brazilian sculptor has been commissioned to create a marble monument honouring the rich fishing heritage of an Aberdeen community.
A plastic surgeon has failed to comply with a council order to clear a "farcical" blockade from one of the north-east's oldest docks.
Time is running out on a fundraising campaign to save a fleet of historic boats from eviction at a traditional Aberdeen harbour.
The landowner of an historic Aberdeen harbour who laid down an "eyesore" barricade to prevent fishermen from accessing their boats has dumped more stones and rocks in their way.