A hotel which was forced to close after 200 years could be demolished and replaced with a garden centre and restaurant.
Villagers could face disruption for almost two months while a road is closed to allow trees to be chopped down.
A pile of timber from a Shetland oil terminal will now be used as a home for woodland creatures in Aberdeen thanks to the efforts of more than 100 school pupils and an artist.
Bypass contractors are shutting a north-east road for the next two weeks for resurfacing works.
Aberdeenshire road bosses will make no decision on changing the priority of gritting routes until an end of winter review is carried out next month.
“Outlander!” That’s the first word which sprung to mind as we stepped into the residents’ lounge of Maryculter House Hotel. It’s the oldest part of the hotel and dates back to 1460.
Emergency services have been called to an Aberdeenshire village after a two-car crash. A black Audi and blue Vauxhall Astra collided outside the Oldmill Inn at Maryculter at 4.50pm. Police confirmed that no injuries occurred as a result of the incident, but that some oil required to be cleared from the road.
An annual vintage tractor rally took place yesterday despite nearly half its usual participants being forced to call off due to ice-related injuries and flu bugs.
A number of north-east roads have been closed following a three-vehicle crash.
A thief has been jailed for stealing more than £45,000 of family heirlooms from a top oil executive.
A Scottish Water lorry is currently stuck in a ditch in Deeside.
A top oil executive and his wife are offering a reward to help police catch the thieves who stole more than £40,000 of family heirlooms.
Travellers have pitched up on the site of a historic north-east pub that has lain empty since the Storm Frank floods.
The owner of a north-east caravan park, devastated during the Storm Frank floods, has urged councillors to back a scheme to safeguard the site from the River Dee.
A north-east holiday site which was hit by more than £3million worth of damage during the ravages of Storm Frank has opened for business again.
A group of Brownies are celebrating after receiving at £300 donation to help them replace equipment that was lost in Storm Frank.
Two cars have been stolen during a string of break-ins across Aberdeenshire.
An Aberdeenshire holiday park has been engulfed in water for the second time this week following another day of heavy downpours.
A historic north-east pub which recently reopened has been forced to shut its doors once again due to horrendous flooding.
A Formula One racing star is behind fresh plans to create accommodation for Aberdeen bypass workers on the outskirts of the city.
A rural Aberdeenshire community’s historic watering hole has reopened to the public almost a year after closing its doors.
Three men have been arrested after drugs were recovered from an Aberdeenshire caravan park.
Plans to turn a historic north-east hotel into a "workers' village" for Aberdeen bypass contractors have been scrapped.
Two drivers had a lucky escape yesterday after their cars collided on a winding country road in Aberdeenshire.
One of Aberdeenshire's busiest roads has been closed following a two car crash.
Police are at the scene of a crash on a busy north-east road.
The future of a historic north-east watering hole was hanging in the balance last night after plans to convert it into a worker's hotel for bypass contractors hit a stumbling block.
A developer hoping to transform a north-east inn into a worker's village for around 300 bypass workers fears the region could become a landscape of "uncontrolled" camps.
For most people, signing up to run a marathon is a daunting prospect but for Alan Dick the challenge just wasn't big enough.
Enjoy the best of both worlds with a move to Maryculter, writes Cheryl Livingstone
Police have issued a fresh appeal for witnesses to a fireball crash on a busy north-east road.