A north-east man who endured homelessness is among the members of a Church of Scotland congregation in Edinburgh that has converted one of its buildings into a care shelter for up to 75 rough sleepers.
A north-east woman who made a fake rape claim was found out when she was caught on camera doing a supermarket shop.
Staff at a north-east primary school and nursery have been praised after receiving good and very good ratings in a recent inspection.
The fire service are currently dealing with a blaze in the loft of a property in New Deer. Four appliances were called to the property at 9.17am, a fire service spokeswoman confirmed. A height vehicle and water carrier are also in attendance. A police spokeswoman said: “There have been no injuries.”
A leading charity have submitted plans to replace their temporary north-east care centre.
Travellers using a new north-east stopover site have requested that the spot be upgraded and the maximum length of their stays be extended beyond a fortnight.
Councillors defer decision on controversial bid to open north-east food recycling site 24 hours a day
Councillors have delayed a decision on a controversial bid to open a north-east food recycling site 24 hours a day.
Residents living near a north-east recycling plant where a compost heap smouldered for months have slammed proposals to operate the site 24-hours a day.
North-east residents have been told the sale of a cemetery lodge will not affect funeral provision in their community.
Texel shearlings from the Brown family at Hilton of Culsh, New Deer, dominated United Auctions’ multi-breed show and sale of 524 rams and ram lambs at Huntly, where no fewer than 16 rams broke the £1,000 bracket.
A north-east man who “stormed” into a pub to confront his former partner about their break-up has been given an opportunity to prove he can stay out of trouble.
A north-east road was closed for several hours yesterday while investigators probed a serious crash which left two women in need of hospital treatment.
Significant numbers of north-east locals and visitors flocked to the New Deer Show this weekend.
A north-east road has reopened after being shut for several hours following a crash earlier today.
Archaelogists believe they are tantalisingly close to finally finding the lost Monastery of Deer in Aberdeenshire.
Councillors have approved plans to build two substations in the north-east as part of an offshore wind farm.
Police were called to the scene of a one-vehicle crash in New Deer this morning. The incident happened on Auchreddie Road East at around 6.30am. A police spokeswoman said: “One vehicle was reported to be on its roof. “We received the call at 6.30am. “There are no reports of injuries.”
Two Aberdeen businesses have won contracts to help city businesses improve their green-energy credentials.
Blundering council officials have been handing out tickets to motorists leaving their vehicles parked on private land.
A number of publicly-funded bus services will be withdrawn from next week after Aberdeenshire council cut their £200,000 support.
A north-east village has seen its Post Office service returned - but bosses have admitted a long-term solution to its postal woes has still to be found.
A detailed planning application has been lodged for an electricity substation near New Deer that will process enough renewable electricity to power up to 900,000 homes.
Fears have been raised that the closure of a medical practice in the north-east will result in people less able to leave their homes missing vital appointments.
New management rules for a 10-pitch Traveller stopover site were agreed at a council meeting yesterday.
Deceptively spacious and with an immaculate interior, Number 17 Clubb Crescent can be found in the charming village of New Deer and would suit a range of buyers.
Thousands of people attended a massive fireworks display in the north-east to help raise funds to battle cancer on Saturday.
A popular country pub has been put up for sale in a north-east village after its current owners retired.
Police have expanded their investigation into violence at the Echt Show after it emerged a man suffered facial injuries in an assault.
Thousands of people gathered in Buchan this weekend for a celebration of the north-east’s farming industry.
Organisers of one of the north-east's premier agricultural shows are putting the finishing touches to the event before the gates open next weekend.
Concerns have been raised about the safety of a north-east football pitch after a black oil-like substance was used to mark its lines.
The growth of a north-east organic waste recycling firm has been recognised with a prestigious Scottish business award.