A Crimond farming company is hoping to overturn a council decision which means its turbines come under scrutiny every two years.
Bill Barrack is the chairman of Crimond Stock Car Club. The 59-year-old has been on the committee since 1986 and has been interested in motors and dismantling engines for as long as he can remember.
The world's smallest species of gull has been spotted nesting in Scotland for the first time.
The emergency services have been sent to a crash on the A90 this evening.
A man appeared in Peterhead Sheriff Court accused of attempting to abduct a woman and attacking two men in the town's Seagate area.
The mother of a fallen north-east soldier has apologised for claiming £25,000 in benefits while under a "cloud" of grief.
The Scottish Government has intervened in favour of a north-east home being allowed to keep its trees.
A north-east woman appeared in court yesterday accused of cheating the Department of Work and Pensions out of more than £25,000.
The mother of a north-east war hero killed in action has admitted she is "terrified" other families could suffer as a result of UK troops going back to Afghanistan.
A care worker has heralded a new north-east medical centre as a huge boost for her community's older population.
Fire crews are at the scene of a chimney blaze at a north-east home. The fire service was alerted to the incident – in Crimonmogate, near Crimond – at about 1.10pm. One appliance, with five firefighters, is in attendance.
A north-east beauty spot is in the running to be named the nations favourite.
Three people have appeared in court following two police raids which led to the recovery of almost £200,000 worth of drugs.
Police have seized an estimated £142,000 of heroin from a north-east village. The recovery was made yesterday in the village of Crimond and a 34-year-old man is expected to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court today.
A north-east woman has celebrated her 100th birthday surrounded by her family.
A group of Aberdeenshire parents have lost their battle to save two specialist dyslexia units.
Parents in the north-east have launched a last-ditch appeal to prevent dyslexia support units in Aberdeenshire from closing.
Two north-east churches have joined forces to appeal for a new minister after waiting 15 years for someone to take up the post permanently.
PARENTS are urging council chiefs to back down on proposals to shut two specialist dyslexic units.
A body has been found following a month-long search for a missing Crimond Man.
A major expansion of a small Buchan village could be poised to go ahead after education officers raised no concerns about the potential impact on a nearby school.
A massive expansion of a small Buchan village could be set to go ahead after education officers raised no concerns about the impact it would have on a nearby school.
Police are launching an appeal to trace a missing man who has connections in both Peterhead and Crimond.
Children whose families will benefit from a new medical centre in Crimond were invited to the site on Friday to bury time capsules.
The mother of a Black Watch hero who lost his life protecting two comrades in Afghanistan says bereaved parents have been let down by the government over plans for a special memorial service.
Dyslexia support could be rolled out across all primary schools in Aberdeenshire if parents back council proposals.
Community leaders and politicians have raised fears that local health services in Buchan will not be able to meet demand if further housing is approved.
Developers behind proposals for Aberdeenshire's first crematorium have been given extra time to start work on the development.
A bid to rescue plans for what could be Aberdeenshire's first crematorium has met with opposition from local residents.
More than 50 firefighters tackled a major blaze at a north-east nature reserve last night.
Developers have mounted an eleventh hour bid to rescue plans for what could become Aberdeenshire's first crematorium.