Forecasters have said the worst of the rain has passed the north-east but this week will be a reminder winter is on the way.
Rare comic books starring one of Marvel’s best-known characters are to go under the hammer next week in a major charity auction.
A vintage motorcycle with only 280 miles on the clock, Victorian-era canvas maps of the north-east and even a pair of plastic feet will go under the hammer this weekend.
An Aberdeen charity is to expand into the countryside by opening its own auction house.
Sir Tony Robinson has urged planners to protect an unsuccessful north-east visitor attraction which could be sold after almost five years on the market.
GALLERY: 21 pictures of families having a great time at the Archaeolink Prehistory Park from through the years
With news that the Archaeolink Prehistory Park near Oyne has attracted an "interested party", we thought we'd have a look through our archives.
A prehistoric visitor attraction that sucked up millions in council subsidies before closing its doors eight years ago has finally attracted an “interested party”.
A north-east road was blocked this morning after a crash between a car and a van.
A north-east castle keeper has returned from a once-in-a-lifetime expedition to see the world’s last wild horses in Mongolia.
A fitness fanatic has run from London to Aberdeenshire to show his appreciation for his girlfriend.
It may happen tomorrow. It may happen in four years time. But Oyne’s Andrew Musgrave has all the traits to become an Olympic champion, according to coach Hans Kristian Stadheim.
Life has been one big adventure for Kit and Tom Pawson, and the fun is still plain to see in their marriage of 52 years.
Hundreds of people from across the north-east have teamed up to search for a missing dog.
An unsuccessful north-east history centre is still on the market after more than a year.
A beleaguered Aberdeenshire tourist attraction has gone on the market.
A car has come off a north-east road, landing just feet away from the railway line.
One of Aberdeenshire's most iconic landscapes could be at risk from ambitious plans to upgrade the A96, it has emerged.
An oil and gas firm has won its battle with Aberdeenshire planners, meaning it can stay on at its countryside base.
A beleaguered Aberdeenshire tourist attraction is be sold off - almost four years after it closed its doors for the final time.
A fresh call was made yesterday for improvements to a "dangerous" junction on a busy trunk road where several motorists have been killed or seriously injured.
Plans to give a mothballed north-east pre-history park a new lease of life are inching closer to reality.