Fears were raised last night that hundreds of north-east youngsters may be missing out on free school meals because of a language barrier.
Drivers can expect delays following a two-vehicle collision that has partially blocked a north-east road.
Councillors will be asked to approve funding to continue the crackdown on bothersome gulls in a north-east town centre.
A woman has been reported to prosecutors for alleged drink-driving offences following a police crackdown in Fraserburgh.
Residents in the north-east’s biggest town will be given their say on proposals for a multimillion pound school project.
A north-east sports club has been left counting the cost after vandals targeted their precious playing surface.
The body tasked with improving the fortunes of a north-east town centre has set out its programme for the months ahead.
A north-east pharmaceutical company has secured £1.8million in grant funding as part of a research competition aimed at tackling antimicrobial resistance in humans.
A man was taken to hospital with serious head injuries after his car careered down an embankment and hit a tree.
Prolific writer Ann Cleeves has said the murder-and-punishment structure of crime fiction is reassuring in a time of political chaos.
North-east councillor questions increasingly ‘depressing’ budget-setting process after voting for £22 million of cuts
One of dozens of north-east councillors who this week voted for £22 million of cuts - which will hit schools, libraries and bus services - has branded the budget-setting process "depressing".
The final section of the long-awaited Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) could be opened next week, Transport Scotland revealed last night.
A dog handler has appeared in court charged with dangerous driving following a crash that led to the death of his Labrador.
Until recently, Guyana was listed among the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere and - though boasting a landmass larger than Scotland and England combined - home to a low-wage population of just 750,000 people.
It will be a simple construction, linking three steel containers capable of storing 10,000 litres of water and 10,000 tonnes of ice.
A warehouse supervisor was yesterday fined after pouring paint over his ex-wife’s car while it was parked outside a hospital.
Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City councils have ruled out imposing a controversial car park tax for the foreseeable future.
Officers are appealing for information after a substantial amount of fencing went missing from a farm in the north-east.
A vintage north-east football shirt has made its way to an impoverished African country.
Could you live without phone signal? This north-east community are concerned by proposals of a new phone mast
Pennan has long been branded a “not spot” because of a lack of quality mobile coverage in the coastal community.
A Highland League footballer told yesterday how a serious knee injury left him unable to play with his toddler daughter.
The number of defibrillators in a north-east town will increase significantly following a major funding boost.
A north-east supermarket is supporting homeless children by launching a “rainbow rose” campaign on Valentine’s Day.
A football club has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help its injured star striker get surgery.
It is already the country’s biggest two-day agricultural event and plans have now been unveiled to expand the eclectic fare on offer at the Turriff Show.
Emergency services are on site of a two-vehicle crash that is partially blocking the A92 in Aberdeen.
The family of a Peterhead woman who tragically lost her life have moved a step closer to opening a mental health centre in her name.
A kind-hearted football team has donated strips to young players who had their own kits stolen in Africa.
Six food processing firms from the north and north-east have landed a funding boost to improve their facilities.
A takeaway delivery driver crashed his new sports car into another vehicle and a wall after losing control at a junction.
Highland cattle breeders from the UK and overseas are gearing up for the annual February two-day fling at Oban, where the very best of the breed is put on show and sold through the auction ring.
A new fleet of green buses is being introduced on key north-east routes at a cost of £3.5 million.