Patients at a north-east medical practice have criticised a new phone booking system which has left some people trying for days to get a doctor’s appointment.
A fire crew and a vet are in attendance at a farm in Aberdeenshire after a cow became stuck under a cattle shed.
A tipper truck driver has been accused of killing a council roads worker by reversing into him.
A north-east football club is fundraising to revamp the pitch it abandoned for over 15 years.
Parents of Willow Scanlan who fought for surgery on their daughter’s heart defect ‘not bitter’ as they celebrate her first birthday
For most parents, celebrating their child’s first birthday is the culmination of twelve months of happy moments and precious memories.
Aid and expertise is being flown-in from the United States to help north-east teenagers in their battle against damaging addictions.
It’s time to head back to school in Fyvie with this impressive detached property.
Traffic was brought to a crawl on a countryside road yesterday following a collision involving two cars and a van.
Police have been called to a three-vehicle crash on a north-east road.
Police, fire and ambulance crews are at the scene of a crash on the A947 near King Edward.
A north-east couple were last night being comforted by neighbours after their home burned to the ground.
Fire crews are currently battling a house blaze in Aberdeenshire.
The parents of a baby born with a rare syndrome are celebrating a U-turn by hospital chiefs who will now perform an operation to help extend her life.
Two people involved with an alleged puppy farm in Aberdeenshire are to fight a bid to re-home nearly a hundred dogs.
Two people have been reported to the procurator fiscal after more than a hundred animals were rescued from a puppy farm in Aberdeenshire.
A treasure from a north-east castle has gone Dutch this week as part of display of the world’s greatest artists.
A man has been airlifted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after sustaining serious injuries in a collision with a tractor. The two-vehicle collision happened between Oldmeldrum and Fyvie at around 10.35 this morning. Some of the roads surrounding the area are currently closed, but diversions have been put in place.
A turbine which will overlook a historic castle has been earmarked for approval despite concerns that it will impact on the local amenity.
The desperate parents of a hole-in-the-heart baby will find out this week if doctors will give the family the go ahead for a life-extending operation.
The parents of a baby with an incurable condition are hoping to raise tens of thousands of pounds to pay for treatment abroad.
The parents of a baby born with an incurable condition have begged doctors not to give up on their daughter and let her have an operation to help prolong her life.
Two new wind turbines near to an Aberdeenshire castle were given the go-ahead yesterday despite concerns the area had reached “saturation point” with the eco-technology.
A Shetland woman has told how a new pet that she believes came from an illegal puppy farm in Aberdeenshire arrived in such poor condition that it has been given a 50/50 chance of survival.
A series of failings allowed a north-east property to be used as an illegal puppy farm, a campaigner has claimed.
Almost 90 dogs and puppies have been taken into care during a raid at what an animal charity believes could be the country's largest puppy farm.
Turbines that could affect the views from a north-east castle have been earmarked for approval, despite concerns from a community council.
When Adam and Kathleen Reid decided to downsize from eight bedrooms to four, they still dreamed of a house which would suit their every need now their children had flown the nest.
Police are appealing for information after a spate of thefts from rural properties across the north east.
Thousands of music-lovers pitched up in one of the north-east’s most stunning historic homes for the return of the region’s “poshest” festival.
Frustrated residents of a tiny village have complained about a rural broadband “farce” which means some homes get internet 25 times faster than the rest.
Heavy rain yesterday left one main route closed overnight and several cars in ditches and fields across Aberdeenshire.
Workmen who were branded "reckless" for hanging out of a truck to spray weeds had been hired without the local authority's knowledge.