Hundreds of people are expected to attend a festive fete at a historic Aberdeenshire venue next weekend.
Kind-hearted fundraisers have helped raised thousands for Children in Need.
Police are appealing for information following a crash on the A947 in Aberdeenshire.
Police have closed a north-east road following a two-vehicle collision this evening.
A north-east town hall will be lit up this week to mark World Polio Day.
An Oldmeldrum man is seeking help in staging a free mental wellbeing event in the north-east.
Hundreds of new homes could be built across Aberdeenshire to meet demand if three separate projects are approved.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Bill Aitken, managing director of Oldmeldrumbased Red Rooster Lifting.
Dozens of new council houses which were officially opened in two Aberdeenshire communities yesterday will "make a huge difference to tenants’ lives".
The closure of an Aberdeenshire drug rehabilitation clinic is to be raised at Holyrood this week amid concerns over Scotland’s rising number of drug deaths.
A 78-year-old motorcyclist has been seriously injured after colliding with a car in Aberdeenshire.
Most of his friends are looking forward to enjoying beach and pool holidays next month.
Dozens of new council homes have been built in Aberdeenshire as part of a £11million project.
A group of "mindless" joy riders tore up a north-east golf course at the weekend, leaving one green badly damaged.
An Aberdeenshire mum has urged thieves to return her daughter's diabetes equipment after it was stolen from a school playing field.
The "sunshine sports" returned to a north-east village at the weekend, despite fears of a wash-out due to heavy downpours in the days prior.
Fans of Highland Games events are in for a double helping of entertainment this weekend as a pair of the traditional celebrations are held in the north-east.
A better-than-expected harvest last year has helped boost fortunes at one of Scotland’s main Claas dealerships.
A promise to work with the industry to reverse the decline in cattle numbers was given yesterday by Scotland’s Rural Economy Secretary, Fergus Ewing.
The Kilted Chef has teamed up with Love Food Hate Waste Scotland in its drive to reduce food waste, undertaking a ‘fridge-raiding’ tour of Aberdeenshire ahead of Taste of Grampian Food Festival.
Two youths charged in connection with alleged online trolling of six-year-old disabled Aberdeenshire girl
Two youths have been charged in connection with an alleged trolling incident against a disabled six-year-old disabled girl from Aberdeenshire.
Maggie Packer's life isn't strictly for the birds.
A woman was taken to hospital after a two-car crash today. Emergency services were called out at around 9.30am to the Oldmeldrum to Inverurie road, near Barra Castle. An ambulance spokesman said: “We dispatched one ambulance to the scene and transported one female patient to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.”
Police have appealed to the public for information after a serious accident in the north-east yesterday.
A serious two vehicle accident has closed a north-east road this afternoon.
A north-east inspector is planning to increase the number of officers on patrol in rural and isolated locations to target persistent community criminals.
A slew of restaurants, hotels and tourist attractions that celebrate all the very best the north-east and north of Scotland have to offer have received coveted awards at a ceremony in Edinburgh.
A north-east man veered a transit van into the opposing carriageway repeatedly and turned off his lights as he tried to evade police during a chase on dark country roads.
Patients at a north-east medical practice have criticised a new phone booking system which has left some people trying for days to get a doctor’s appointment.
An Aberdeenshire hotel was evacuated at the weekend after a wood-burning stove filled the building with smoke.
Fire crews were called out to an Aberdeenshire hotel this afternoon after reports of smoke in the main building.
A popular north-east playbarn has been praised for its “continuous improvement”, two years after suffering a drop in its grading.