The loved ones of a "pillar of the Mearns farming community" have raised more than £60,000 in his honour following his death from cancer.
A group of volunteers have planted 50 trees on Aberdeenshire trail.
A new campaign group has been formed to purchase a new minibus for an Aberdeenshire community which has now been without one for almost a year.
Fundraisers have responded to a new Aberdeenshire hospital facility, which is already providing life-saving treatment, by saying it highlights the spirit of giving found in the north east.
More than 100 members of one of the great north-east clans will come "home" next week for its first international gathering.
Scotrail bosses have admitted “shooting themselves in the foot” over timetable changes and cancellation problems which have left north-east communities furious.
Record crowds visited Stonehaven for the 10th anniversary Midsummer Beer Happening at the weekend.
A key section of a coastal path taking in some of the most beautiful seaside views in Aberdeenshire has been repaired and rejuvenated by a community group.
A minister is suing the speeding driver who nearly killed him in a horrific crash for £100,000.
Rail bosses have been urged to ensure north-east towns are not “cut off” from vital rail services amidst for commuters and visitors.
Worried residents face being cut off following the closure of two roads into a north-east village.
An Aberdeenshire community has called for a crossing to be installed after plans to expand the village were approved.
A bench has been installed at a Mearns graveyard in memory of a respected MSP.
Planning chiefs were warned of "car-mageddon" yesterday as 91 homes for a Mearns country estate were approved.
Campaign groups, charities, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency and even the Ministry of Defence have all signalled their vociferous opposition to the creation of a giant wind farm on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park.
A community group has claimed a north-east coastal village's roads have been neglected by roads bosses and are now covered in potholes.
Education chiefs have been accused of downplaying the effects of a playground assault which left a young girl “sexually traumatised”.
A north-east councillor has been recognised for his problem-solving efforts with a national award.
A Mearns bridge which could collapse onto a stretch of rail line is to be demolished over Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Politicians have hailed the return of trade and business to an Aberdeenshire community blighted by limited access as repairs were made to a historic road arch.
A Mearns community is calling for assurances from Aberdeenshire Council that a popular children’s playpark is not under threat of permanent closure.
Plans have been unveiled for nearly 30 turbines on a Mearns estate.
A north-east politician has urged tourist agencies to capitalise on the opening of the V&A Museum in Dundee and help guide tourists to neighbouring communities in Aberdeenshire.
RBS was yesterday criticised for its “burger van banking” making it difficult for working customers and the most vulnerable in society to use its services.
A woman from the Mearns has scooped one of the UK’s largest lottery wins.
Proposals to drastically improve a scenic walking route along the south Aberdeenshire coast have taken a step forward.
Sunset Song, Lewis Grassic Gibbon׳s classic Mearns masterpiece and Scotland’s favourite book, has been published in German for the first time since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
A Mearns nature reserve has been given a £200,000 cash boost to it cope with its growing number of visitors.
North-east engineer jailed after police web sting caught him sending explicit pictures to 13-year-old girl
A north-east engineer who sent explicit pictures of himself to what he thought was a 13-year-old girl, only to discover it was the police, has been jailed and put on the sex offenders’ register for life.
The operators of an Aberdeenshire community bus have urged groups to get on board with plans to help protect its future.
A north-east musical talent is looking for public support as she aims to open the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival on the main stage.
Aberdeenshire councillors have backed a second attempt to prevent serious accidents from taking place at an historic arch.