Plans are being brought forward to transform an 18th century building.
A rural Aberdeenshire business is shutting down after 20 years - but the owner has hopes of reopening "at some point".
Kintore teenager admits dangerous driving on Christmas Day while nearly four times the drink-drive limit
A Kintore teenager has admitted getting behind the wheel nearly four-times the limit on Christmas Day.
A north-east boxing club is looking forward to putting its members through their paces after securing a new home.
A man who sparked a high-speed police chase through Aberdeenshire has been jailed for three years.
An Aberdeenshire sporting stalwart, whose “infectious enthusiasm” is credited with improving the lives of hundreds of young people, has died.
A north-east road has been blocked by a fallen tree amid high winds in the region this afternoon.
The former function suite of a pub could be demolished to make way for a block of flats.
It has been 10 years since Julie and Graeme Hoyle set eyes on this Georgian mansion, which dates back to 1790.
A group of Aberdeenshire pensioners have accused the council of "playing with their lives".
A north-east man has been ordered to carry out unpaid work after scamming almost £10,000 from the public purse.
Multi-million-pound work to build a new train station in Kintore has taken a step forward this week.
The owners of a controversial rendering plant have pledged to work with local residents to alleviate concerns about their activities.
A controversial Aberdeenshire knackery could be close to re-opening.
A popular boxing club hopes to secure its future by moving into a new premises in Kintore.
An “inspirational” community stalwart who rallied her town’s recovery efforts in the aftermath of the devastating Storm Frank has died.
An Aberdeenshire couple are packing their bags for a mystery tour, 60 years after tying the knot.
Villagers have pleaded for action to improve safety at a problem junction next to an Aberdeenshire school, which they say is endangering the lives of children.
Pensioners who have made an Aberdeenshire caravan park their home face an uncertain future after the council ruled that the units can not be used as permanent addresses.
Retirees could be forced out of homes at Aberdeenshire caravan park after council officer’s recommendation
Retirees living at an Aberdeenshire caravan park could be kicked out of their homes after plans to allow them to live there permanently were recommended for refusal.
The B994 Kemnay to Kintore road is currently closed following a one-vehicle crash this morning.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson re-affirmed that a major north-east road will not be dualled along the existing route - despite repeated calls from campaigners.
Drivers are advised a north-east road has shut following a two-car crash.
A vintage sign that once welcomed rail passengers to Kintore could be given pride of place once again when the Aberdeenshire community’s railway station reopens after more than 50 years.
Most of his friends are looking forward to enjoying beach and pool holidays next month.
Two motorbikes worth a high four-figure sum have been stolen from a rural property in Kintore.
Permanent 20mph limit should be in force at Aberdeenshire school before tragedy strikes, says councillor
Safety improvements on a busy road that runs past an Aberdeenshire school must be carried out as soon as possible before someone is killed, a councillor has claimed.
Network Rail has taken a major step forward by naming a contractor for the construction of a new £14.5 million station which will reconnect an Aberdeenshire community to the nation’s network for the first time in 56 years.
A section of the road is currently blocked.
Network Rail promises to ease overnight disruption after complaints from sleep-deprived north-east residents
Network Rail has pledged to overhaul its working practices following an outcry from sleep-deprived residents in a north-east town.
A man stabbed a pub door shouting that he would "gut someone" after picking up a knife from a van.
Family of first ever Scottish national football boss delighted north-east street named in his honour
The son of Scotland's first ever national football manager has said his dad would be "really pleased" but a "bit embarrassed" to have a north-east street named after him.