The organisers of one of the north-east's most popular running events have switched its date to avoid a clash with the London Marathon.
The quaint village of Aboyne and the rugged heights of the Rockies may not appear to have much in common.
The organisers of Aboyne Highland Games have tossed £2,000 to four different community groups.
When Professor Jane Geddes first set eyes on Kirklands of Coull, the former manse seemed to greet her through thick fog; almost as if it had been waiting for her appraisal.
Juvenile salmon numbers in the famous fishing waters of the River Dee have increased by 50% in a key tributary, suggesting the ecosystem is recovering after a cataclysmic storm four years ago.
Aberdeenshire Council could pull its funding for an organisation set up to conserve natural heritage - because its focus has moved beyond the north-east.
An Aberdeenshire community will have a pub once more, after its last one closed its doors four years ago.
A North Sea oil firm has been digging deep to help restore a footpath at a picturesque Deeside estate.
William and Margaret Ashcroft dreamed of moving out to the countryside and making the most of the great outdoors when they decided to retire.
An under-threat bus service has been given a "stay of execution" by transport chiefs.
A group set up in the wake of the devastating Ballater floods has called for a re-think on proposals designed to safeguard the village for future generations.
The world’s best marmalade is produced here in the north-east.
A popular Deeside running event will expand this year with the addition of a cross-country race around the area's scenic surroundings.
Organisers of a popular Deeside games are looking to track down the history behind a piece of railway ephemera.
Archaeologists will return to a site in Crathes this weekend to search for further evidence of Deeside’s ancient settlers.
The final 20 bottles of the Duke of Rothesay’s own whisky will be auctioned off to raise money for a Deeside community.
Thousands of people have voiced their opposition to plans to scrap a north-east bus service.
Popular trails in rural Aberdeenshire will be sealed off to walkers to prevent them from being attacked by a lovesick capercaillie which has grown increasingly angry on its quest to find a partner.
A prestigious new American list of must-see global destinations in 2019 has included just one location in Britain.
Aberdeen’s west end has held onto its reputation as being one of the most expensive places in Scotland to live.
Emergency services are in attendance at a collision between two-vehicles on the A93.
Police have revealed that their investigation into the disappearance of a north-east teenager has been hampered because the CCTV on the bus he was last seen boarding did not work.
A group of young adults with learning disabilities are helping to lay the building blocks for a north-east charity's future.
Proposals for hundreds of houses, a care home and a nursery for Aboyne could soon become a reality, despite scores of objections.
A Deeside teenager has died in hospital two days after a crash in Perthshire.
A long-awaited Aberdeenshire sports centre is approaching the finishing line.
The Duke of Rothesay dedicated a dram of his 70th birthday whisky to his future grandchild yesterday.
A Deeside tourist attraction has scooped a top award.
Aberdeen-born singer Annie Lennox has donated the handwritten lyrics of one of her biggest hits to raise money for first responders in rural areas.
Work to restore and re-open a 15th century church will begin in the coming weeks.
Police were called to a primary school in Aberdeenshire after a pupil reportedly threatened another child with a weapon.
Plans are moving forward for the creation of a major retail development on an Aberdeenshire estate.