A pilot scheme of new kerbside recycling arrangements will be put in place in Braemar and Cruden Bay from next month.
A young woman was taken to hospital last night after being thrown from her motorbike and crashing into a lorry on the outskirts of a north-east village.
Emergency services have been called to a crash between a motorbike and a lorry in the north-east this afternoon.
Residents of a north-east village claim they are "under siege" by a group of troublesome teens.
A care home has been praised for giving residents their own areas in a project to brighten their garden.
An author who detailed Bram Stoker’s links with the north-east has been honoured with a lifetime membership of a group named after the Irishman’s greatest creation.
The great-grand nephew of Dracula author Bram Stoker has visited a number of locations made famous by his relative.
A descendant of Dracula author Bram Stoker will return to the north-east later this month to give a series of talks.
For a while at least, the north-east resort of Cruden Bay was almost as famous as Baden Baden, Bordeaux or Cannes.
A north-east head teacher who put her job on hold to go back into the classroom due to staffing shortages has said she would do the same again - despite a poor inspection report.
A north-east writer has published her first novel and based it around the stunning and rugged Buchan and Aberdeen coastlines.
A historic Aberdeenshire castle has provided the inspiration for a local composer’s new piece of orchestral music.
A plaque has been installed at the north-east hotel where Bram Stoker began writing his most famous work.
A coastguard has urged walkers to keep their pets on leads while out near cliff edges after another dog sadly died at the historic Slains Castle.
A Christmas tree in a north-east community has been ransacked by vandals who tore the festive lights from its branches.
Police are at the scene of a two-car crash on a major north-east road. The collision happened on the A90 Aberdeen to Peterhead road, at Cruden Bay, a short time ago. Officers have confirmed the vehicles are reportedly in a ditch, however no one has been injured. It is understood the road is passable.
Police are currently in attendance at a collision on the A90.
A Scottish energy company has apologised to residents of two north-east villages after a series of recent power cuts.
Aberdeen restaurant boss subjected female colleague to brutal, ‘prolonged’ assault after being challenged for smoking
A former restaurant boss has been ordered to pay £5,000 in compensation to a female employee who he brutally assaulted after being challenged for smoking indoors.
Police are appealing for information following a sheep worrying incident on a farm near Cruden Bay that left one animal with horrific injuries.
Hundreds of north-east residents attended commemorative services to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War yesterday.
The hotel where Bram Stoker began writing Dracula is to be recognised with a special plaque celebrating the link.
An iconic north-east castle with links to author Bram Stoker is to keep its B-listed status.
A new book will offer a fresh insight into the links between Dracula author Bram Stoker and a north-east village.
A woman was yesterday ordered to pay a farmer compensation after her dogs mauled a sheep.
A man has admitted being in charge of two dogs which chased, attacked and killed a sheep.
Visitors to Slains Castle are being urged not to underestimate the dangers posed by the beauty spot and the sheer cliffs on which the ruin stands.
A decision on listed building status for the north-east castle that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula has been delayed.
Vandals targeted dozens of planters in a Buchan village in a rampage that could damage its In Bloom hopes.
A historic north-east castle which famously inspired Bram Stoker's novel Dracula could have its listed status revoked.
From the moment you walk up the garden path to Auchiries Farm-house in Cruden Bay, you will be captivated by this charming country pad.
A north-east care home is trying to rebuild its reputation after residents were said to be treated “more like objects than people”.