Police are asking witnesses to come forward following a serious two-vehicle collision on the A90 Aberdeen to Fraserburgh road.
Coastguard teams have been called to several incidents off the north-east coast this afternoon.
A Fraserburgh support group is being relaunched this month to encourage mums to continue breastfeeding for longer than eight weeks.
Keen hobby photographer Andrew West first picked up a camera in 1945 to snap an image of his grandmother and her dog.
Councillors will be given an update on a series of major regeneration projects tomorrow.
An iconic north-east lighthouse turned a striking shade of blue last night to raise awareness of World Parkinson’s Day.
A fish factory worker has been banned from the road for drink driving after crashing his new car while travelling to buy flowers for his wife.
A pensioner was taken to hospital after falling from his mobility scooter and tumbling 50ft down an embankment.
North-east man who lost both legs to heroin jailed for selling the drug to undercover police officers
A north-east man who lost both his legs to heroin has been jailed after selling the drug to undercover police officers.
2,100 people charged, drugs worth millions recovered: Police reveal success of north-east operations
More than 2,100 people have been charged with drug offences in the north-east in the past year as police continue to tackle the sale and supply of illegal substances.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested after police seized £10,000 worth of Class A drugs.
A landscape gardener who hit a man on the head with a baseball bat during an attack in Fraserburgh has avoided detention.
A north-east lifeboat crew were yesterday called into action to help a stricken trawler.
Council bosses hope to appoint a new contractor for a £1million north-east regeneration project in a matter of weeks.
A north-east woman who made a fake rape claim was found out when she was caught on camera doing a supermarket shop.
Fraserburgh businesses have joined forces with a view to establishing a new group to help boost the town’s fortunes.
Pupils from across the north-east put on a spectacular display of stage performances at the weekend as they competed in this year’s Global Rock Challenge.
F ormartine United closed the gap on Fraserburgh in third place to eight points with a game in-hand after a hard-earned victory over Strathspey Thistle.
Record levels of fly-tipping have left piles of fridges, sofas, washing machines, tyres and even potentially hazardous asbestos blighting the north-east landscape.
A harbour work has claimed oil and diesel is being regularly dumped in the water at Fraserburgh - and urged skippers to show "respect".
McDonald’s has submitted plans to open its first restaurant in Fraserburgh, which could provide a major jobs boost.
A photography exhibition highlighting the stories of Polish soldiers who decided to make Fraserburgh their home are the war will open next month.
A man has denied being concerned in the supply of drugs and perverting the course of justice when he appeared at court.
A leading light of the north-east’s tourism sector has been honoured for its role in telling the story of Scotland’s maritime history.
Three people have been charged and are due to appear in court following drug recoveries in Fraserburgh and Peterhead.
A north-east health worker has blasted changes to a council-backed bus service a “shambles” amid fears he could be left stranded.
Road closures on the A90 around Fraserburgh will be in place for the next two weeks, while £160,000 of carriageway improvements are carried out.
A family hit out yesterday claiming they would be left temporarily homeless with an eight-week-old baby due to a problem with home repairs following the discovery of a needle.
Fire crews were called to a fire at an Aberdeenshire bus stop earlier today.
Plans to introduce a priority single lane drop-off point outside a north-east school are being assessed with a public consultation.
Fraserburgh will soon be put in the spotlight of a digital campaign to attract more tourists to the area after receiving funds from VisitScotland matched by a variety of local businesses.
A parent council has backed plans to install unisex toilets at a north-east primary school.