A north-east man who became the first Scot to trek solo and unsupported to the South Pole believes major progress could be made to tackle climate change this year.
Schoolchildren across Aberdeenshire are rallying to raise money for after a popular competition was cancelled due to funding issues.
A group of Mearns teenagers have put their cooking skills to the test in a community competition.
North-east youngsters are preparing to put their maths, physics and engineering skills to the test as part of an oil and gas project.
Comedy star Russell Howard has unveiled a special wall which has been painted to highlight the work of young carers in Aberdeenshire.
Children living in a recently-built community on the southern side of the River Dee could be sent to school almost 14 miles away, due to capacity concerns at the closest building.
Celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of the opening of an Aberdeenshire school kicked-off yesterday.
Former pupils of an Aberdeenshire school have been sharing their mementos for a special open day this week.
People from across the region gathered to relish the sunshine and top-quality Highland Games action in Stonehaven yesterday.
She's in the vanguard, keeping her bike a day ahead of the world's most famous cyclists.
An Aberdeenshire school is seeking "fond memories" from its former pupils.
Pupils from north-east schools will be dancing to become champions at the J Rock and Rock Challenge finals next month.
Stonehaven residents have been encouraged to dig out any artefacts, photos or letters that relate to the First World War.
The people of the north-east are being invited to take part in a nationwide campaign to preserve memories of the First World War.
A north-east teen may have soared his way into the record books after taking to the skies in a daredevil stunt.
Musicians hope to break a world record with the largest ceilidh band playing at a north-east festival last night.
A jazz pianist had an “emotional” reunion at his former school yesterday after being advised by his teachers as a child not to pursue a career in music.
A big-hearted brother and sister took an unusual step to raise funds for a cancer charity in memory of their late great-aunt.
A teenager claims she has had to get a taxi to school everyday this week as a result of the newly-introduced bus timetable.
A drama teacher who swore in front of children and told a pupil to give a classmate a Chinese burn has kept her job.
A north-east school will remain closed today to allow for "safety checks" to be undertaken.
A schoolboy was stabbed in the back of the hand after a teacher allegedly asked her class to give another boy a Chinese burn.
A pupil had to be hospitalised after he sustained an eye injury following an alleged disturbance at a north-east school.
People as young as 14 are being offered the chance to take an active part in community councils for the first time after councillors gave the green light to new rules.
A memorial trophy named in honour of a late politician has been formally handed over to two Mearns schools by his widow.
A couple from Stonehaven are attempting to make history when they take on a gruelling endurance challenge.
An adventurer, who was the first Scot to complete a solo expedition to the South Pole, will return to the extreme cold later this year.
It was a tragedy which rocked the world and united tens of millions of people in grief over the death of the "People's Princess".
A man has appeared in court after pupils at a north-east secondary school were allegedly flashed.
Coastguard teams were rushed to a north-east town last night after reports of flares being let off near a school - only to find that there was no emergency.
Students at a north-east school are preparing an encore of a sporting achievement which raised thousands of pounds last year.
School pupils from across the north-east rocked the region's biggest concert venue during a national music and dance event.