An Aberdeenshire social enterprise has celebrated its first decade of being “at the heart of the community”.
Councillors have backed plans for scores of new houses in Inverurie.
Officers in Aberdeenshire are urging the public to be vigilant following reports that potential rogue traders have been operating in Inverurie and Westhill.
A 40-year-old man has been charged in connection with a number of break-ins to sheds, commercial property and a vehicle in the Inverurie area.
Two vehicles have crashed on a road in Inverurie. It took place at 4.11pm on Burghmuir Drive. Emergency services were in attendance for around two hours, with the road reopening just after 6pm. A female driver has been treated for chest pain.
A teenager who died after suffering a broken neck and torn spinal cord may have been injured after "tumbling" inside a machine the last day of his summer job at an industrial cleaning firm, a jury heard today.
A north-east group has organised a welcome event for Syrian refugees in the region – and it has received backing from the local community who run Braemar Castle.
A record number of stalls and 15,000 sun-soaked visitors helped make this year’s Taste of Grampian the “best ever”.
A stacked menu of cookery demonstrations and local produce will be served up at Taste of Grampian later today.
A decision on scores of new houses for Inverurie has been deferred.
Firefighters were called to a blaze which destroyed a shed and spread to nearby hedges in an Aberdeen garden earlier today.
Some 19 years ago, Taste of Grampian started out as a small event designed to stimulate the local food and drink sector.
New Park Smart campaign aimed at tackling dangerous parking outside Aberdeenshire schools is launched
A new colourful road safety scheme aimed at tackling dangerous parking outside schools is being piloted in Aberdeenshire.
A trio of north-east schools are preparing for the finals of a prestigious dance competition.
Petition against Aberdeenshire Council’s HQ plans gathers momentum as 500 ‘flabbergasted’ people sign-up
A petition urging Aberdeenshire Council to “rethink” its decision to scrap plans to build its HQ in Inverurie has gathered more than 500 signatures.
It’s an initiative which will beef up the north-east economy.
Police have been called to a two-vehicle crash involving a Vauxhall Corsa and Audi on a north-east road.
A scout hut which was deliberately torched last summer has been replaced thanks to the generosity of Highland Games organisers.
A “battered and bruised” north-east businessman has thanked the emergency services who came to his rescue after he plunged backwards off a cliff.
The first ground has been broken on what is being hailed as a huge step in transforming education in the north-east.
A decision on a key aspect of the expansion of a north-east business park has been delayed.
Police are hunting for vandals who targeted sheds full of playground equipment at an Aberdeenshire school three times in the space of one week.
Organisers are calling for a final few energetic participants to take part in this year’s Inverurie Twilight Walk to raise cash for Cancer Research UK.
A north-east man has been fined after confessing to carrying out a Christmas Eve pub attack that left a man needing dental work.
A number of publicly-funded bus services will be withdrawn from next week after Aberdeenshire council cut their £200,000 support.
Bikers are being urged to seek additional training with some of the country’s most experienced police motorcyclists in an effort to reduce the “shocking” number of accidents on Scotland’s roads.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a suspicious fire at a former north-east care home.
A team of refuse collectors from Aberdeenshire will be the first group from Scotland to take part in a nationwide rubbish-collecting challenge this summer.
Investigations are expected to begin today into the huge fire that devastated a north-east care home.
A north-east road has re-opened early as construction continues on a £22million water treatment works.
The team behind ambitious £15million plans to extend Inverurie’s sports centre has admitted funding the project will be a “challenge”.
The manager of a scheme set up to improve Inverurie town centre has resigned after less than a year in the job.