Almost every part of the north of Scotland experienced an increase in the number of fires in 2018/19.
The number of full-time firefighters has fallen 23% in a decade.
A third of the fire service's call-outs in Grampian over the last three years have been to properties without smoke alarms, new figures show.
Emergency services held a major exercise in Moray at the weekend to train for a testing water rescue.
A care home in Liverpool has been evacuated after a blaze broke out.
Aberdeenshire Council's bridges team have been out since the early hours this morning carrying out inspections following a day of flooding chaos.
Flooding has caused chaos for motorists across the north-east today.
Most children are likely to sleep through standard smoke alarms, a new study suggests.
Emergency services have been called to a north-east town this afternoon after a car went down an embankment.
The Government is being urged to reverse a “decade of cuts” to the fire service which union leaders warn have left it in crisis.
The coastguard's search and rescue helicopter has joined the search for a missing Highland woman.
Tackling blazes, advising the elderly and rescuing animals are just a few of the varied roles carried out by a father-and-son team at Banff Fire Station.
A woman was taken to hospital after being cut free from a car following a crash near a north-east town.
Firefighters have visited a sheltered housing complex more than a dozen times since a man died in a blaze.
A spate of wildfires along the Moray coast has led to the amount of deliberate blazes in the region hitting a five-year high.
Firefighters are rushing to rescue a dog stuck on an embankment in Aberdeen. The fire service received a call that the animal was trapped on Kennerty Mills Road in Peterculter at 4.45pm. Specialist units, including two boats, are on their way to the scene.
A female walker was conveyed to hospital yesterday after falling at a popular Highland attraction.
Emergency services have been called to attend an "ongoing incident" at an industrial estate in Aberdeen.
Emergency services were called to an Aberdeen retail park today following concerns for a woman.
Fraserburgh residents fled their homes in terror at the weekend as flames tore through a garage.
Fire service to scramble helicopters more quickly and train up specialists in response to massive Moray wildfire
The fire service will train 10 national wildfire specialists and gain quicker access to water-bombing helicopters to ensure the blazes are dealt with as quickly as possible in the future.
The number of deliberate fires in the north-east has soared over the past 12 months.
A 56-year-old man has been taken to hospital after being found in the River Ness this evening.
Firefighters who tackled a huge wildfire in Moray have given back to the community in another way - donating food to two local charities.
A fire chief yesterday warned that the public needs to be educated on the dangers of wildfires to help prevent them.
The huge Moray wildfire that raged for more than four days through the countryside and moorlands was finally declared extinguished yesterday.
Firefighters remained at the scene of a large wildfire last night more than 24 hours after the alarm was raised.
Two fire crews from Fort William were called to help a Highland cow stuck in a bog today.
Preventative measures being taken in Moray to avoid catastrophic wildfires affecting the region again
Emergency services in Moray have stepped up their efforts to prevent a repeat of last year's disastrous wildfires - described as some of the worst in 30 years.
Hundreds of well-wishers have attended a new Moray event to salute the region’s emergency services heroes.
A north-east firefighter is urging others to fellow in her footsteps and join the service.
Emergency services are currently dealing with a road incident involving a tanker. Police, fire and paramedics were called out to the Orchardbank Business Park Forfar at 10.30am. Restrictions have been put in place on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road following the incident. For updates visit The Courier website.