Rail passengers are experiencing delays and possible cancellations today due to an ongoing signal fault.
A north-east man who defied expectations by living beyond his teenage years has been warmly remembered following his death at the age of 30.
People in parts of Aberdeenshire and the Highland are being told to expect potential floods and power cuts this weekend.
A family butcher that has served an Aberdeenshire community for 24 years will close for good later this year, partly due to competition from large supermarket chains.
A motorcyclist is being taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary following a crash on a major north-east road this afternoon.
The power, strength and discipline of a Mearns strongman has lifted him into the record books.
Emergency services have been called to a one-car crash on the A90. The collision happened shortly before 3pm on the stretch of the road near Laurencekirk. Police and ambulance service were called but no one was injured. One lane remains blocked on the northbound carriageway while officers wait for vehicle recovery.
Decade anniversary of north-east train station opening ‘tarnished’ by controversial timetable changes
Frustrated rail customers say controversial train timetable changes have "tarnished" what should have been a celebration of a Mearns station's 10th anniversary.
Transport bosses in the north-east have asked the Scottish Government for cash to investigate potentially opening up train stations in the south of Aberdeen.
A north-east dad has claimed he stole tonnes of steel pipe from his employer's yard to pay off gambling debts.
Scotrail bosses have admitted “shooting themselves in the foot” over timetable changes and cancellation problems which have left north-east communities furious.
A public meeting with the managing director of ScotRail has been organised for residents of Laurencekirk who feel train services in their community have gone off track.
A musician is looking forward to developing his passion for jazz when he joins the Royal Scottish Conservatoire later this year.
Trains between Aberdeen and Montrose were cancelled this morning after a lorry hit a railway bridge.
ScotRail has apologised to north-east rail passengers after staff shortages led to several Aberdeen trains being cancelled.
Two women have been injured in a crash at a notorious blackspot on one of the north-east's busiest roads.
A veteran Mearns dance teacher has been pirouetted her way onto the Queen's Honours list.
Campaigners’ hail ‘life-changing’ benefits of north-east road upgrade as date set for transformation of flyover
Campaigners have hailed the “life-changing” benefits of improving a notorious north-east junction after road chiefs set a date for the £300,000 project.
Some say home is a sense of belonging, an intimate space which we carve out with our loved ones in a bid to create roots.
Work on the long-awaited Laurencekirk flyover on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road will begin next month.
A petition to improve train services in an Aberdeenshire community has attracted more than 600 signatures from residents who feel the situation has gone off the rails.
An overturned car blocked a section of the A90 for more than an hour last night.
An overturned car is blocking the southbound lane.
Rail bosses have been urged to ensure north-east towns are not “cut off” from vital rail services amidst for commuters and visitors.
A north-east couple who scooped almost £58 million in the lottery have revealed plans to set up their own charitable trust, focusing on local causes.
A dog owner has been ordered to pay compensation after his "friendly" German Shepherd bit a passing cyclist.
Emergency services are at the scene of a crash on the A90 southbound at the Laurencekirk bypass.
Two north-east parks could be permanently protected because of their links with the First World War.
A crooked north-east solicitor has been struck off for professional misconduct after being found guilty of “outrageous overcharging”.
Laurencekirk youngster Lachlan Blaikie is thrilled after returning from the World Karate and Kickboxing Commission World Championships in Dublin with a bronze medal.
Investigators have said no one will face criminal prosecution over a fatal helicopter crash off Norway two years ago due to a “lack of evidence”.
Police are at the scene of a one-vehicle crash on the A90 outside Stonehaven.