The opening of a Mearns men's shed has been marked in the Scottish Parliament.
Liam Kerr MSP
Staff, volunteers and pupils at a school for children with additional support needs have been praised by a north-east MSP.
Transport chiefs have been urged to consider building a new train station in a growing north-east village.
Transport chiefs will launch a safety probe into a notorious north-east junction, where three people died in a crash earlier this year.
Over-stretched police are struggling to meet their target times for progressing cases to the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, new research has revealed.
The Scottish Conservatives have called for the Scottish Law Commission to review the test of ‘undue leniency’.
Rural commuters in the north and north east will be “penalised” by Derek Mackay’s workplace car-parking charge, it was claimed yesterday.
Work on the Aberdeen bypass was halted for nine days after a “safety incident” on the £745million project.
The First Minister yesterday faced calls to apologise to north-east children after figures showed four out of five pupils failed to meet the required standards when they leave school.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has claimed that the consortium building Aberdeen’s delay-hit bypass is now holding north-east taxpayers to “ransom”.
Hundreds turn out to Stonehaven’s Armistice remembrance service as St James’ bell chimes for first time in 50 years
Hundreds of people attended the World War I Armistice service at St James Episcopal Church in Stonehaven yesterday leaving standing room only and scores having to listen from outside.
As the country gears up to mark Bonfire Night, the Tories have called for greater protection for emergency services workers.
Contractors are battling to get the Aberdeen bypass open before the end of the year after it was was confirmed that the project has been hit by yet another delay.
More than £2million has been spent repairing north-east police stations in the last year three years.
Politicians have called for security to be stepped up at Peterhead Sheriff Court after a cache of weapons was seized at the front door.
HMP Grampian joins forces jobs scheme to give ex-servicemen and women insight into life as a prison officer
Former soldiers could soon be patrolling the halls at a north-east super jail.
Scottish Conservatives in the north-east have demanded to know when NHS Grampian’s “absent” chief executive Malcolm Wright will return to combat the board’s problems.
Aberdeen had the largest rise in antisocial behaviour in Scotland in the last year, despite overall crime having fallen.
Tougher sanctions may be needed to ensure inmates at a north-east superjail cannot use mobile phones to engage in further criminality, an MSP has said.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was quizzed on knife-carrying in schools yesterday following reports that the north-east had the highest rate in the country.
The work of a north-east charity has been hailed as “extraordinary” in Holyrood as MSPs called for greater support for military veterans.
An MSP wants an urgent meeting with north-east health chiefs after it was ruled that the death of an Aberdeenshire baby could have been prevented.
Controversial average speed cameras have dramatically cut speeding rates on the north-east’s busiest road, according to a new study.
More than 200,000 people in the north and north-east will pay more income tax under SNP proposals – but the highest rise for average earners is £55.
Controversial average speed cameras would not have helped prevent almost half of crashes on the north-east’s busiest road in recent years, it was claimed last night.
Police could move to sell-off 53 stations across Scotland – and almost half of them are in the north and north-east.