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.
Sleep-deprived north-east residents claim their homes have been left uninhabitable amidst months of noisy construction work on a multi-million-pound rail improvement project.
He was the Scottish football team's first ever manager, and the coach who plucked a young Denis Law from kicking a ball in the Granite City streets to set him on the path to greatness.
Two slip roads on the A96 will be closed overnight next week to allow for £125,000 of upgrades to be carried out.
Four men involved in the mass gang brawls that exploded in the centre of Inverurie in 2017 have been hit with fines worth hundreds of pounds.
Police have launched an appeal to trace a north-east man who has been reported missing.
A serial swindler who gambled £700 his boss gave him to pick up parts – then lied about being robbed - has been ordered to carry out 120 hours of unpaid work.
A popular north-east landmark is being restored after years out of action.
A man gambled away £700 his boss gave him to pick up parts - then lied by claiming he had been robbed.
A group of Aberdeenshire runners are taking part in a 100-hour relay for charity.
A north-east care home has been awarded an “adequate” rating by care inspectors and ordered to improve its services.
Dancers from across the north-east put on a show for thousands of onlookers at one of Europe’s most famous tourist landmarks.
Police were called to an Aberdeenshire property when a man became "threatening and abusive" towards his frightened family after losing his temper over a pizza.
Two men aged 27 and 44 have been charged in relation to a number of theft by housebreaking offences in the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire areas during the last fortnight.
A north-east town faces being left without Christmas illuminations after Scrooge council bosses claimed they could be a danger to the public.
A van has careered into a ditch after crashing on a north-east road.
Community-led drop-in meetings are being held this week across the Garioch area to give residents information on the A96 dualling routes proposed between Inverurie and Huntly.
Residents living along the routes of a major road dualling project have banded together to urge more people to speak out against the “illogical” proposals.
Fire crews attended a blaze at Tofthills Farm in Kintore last night.
A motor firm’s battle for a £580,000 payout after a fire destroyed its garage has been rejected by judges who agreed that the blaze was started deliberately.
A man who is not allowed to drive because of his epilepsy got behind the wheel of his girlfriend’s car after drinking.
A north-east radio station which has been on the airwaves since 1994 will play its final song tonight.
A woman claims she risks becoming homeless because her factor’s continued demands for payment left her blacklisted.