The UK Government will set out long-awaited plans to roll out carbon capture and storage technology later this month.
Police are appealing for information following the theft of two Poppy Scotland charity tins in a north-east town.
A team of individuals with learning disabilities have graduated from a council-funded project that has helped them to gain work experience.
Hundreds of north-east residents attended commemorative services to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War yesterday.
When Sir James Taggart, Lord Provost of Aberdeen, took to the townhouse balcony at midday on November 11, it was to hail a “glorious victory” that put the country “on the verge of peace”.
Jim McInally hopes sending players on loan to Highland League clubs continues to benefit Peterhead.
The wartime diaries of a north-east soldier, only recently unearthed and rescued from oblivion, offer a fascinating insight into the final days of the conflict from the perspective of the frontline.
A team of north-east firemen are giving their feet some much-needed rest after completing a challenging fundraising walk across the region.
A kaleidoscope of colours will light up a north-east town next month after plans were unveiled for an architectural animation.
Peterhead-based energy service firm JBS Group is building on its recent purple patch with two senior appointments. JBS Group, founded as a boat-builder in Peterhead about 45 years ago, managed to double its turnover to just under £6 million for the year to April 30, 2018. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.
Shell’s plans to decommission a North Sea pipeline have not derailed a major clean energy scheme in Peterhead, organisers have insisted. The energy giant yesterday submitted plans to the UK government to shut down the Goldeneye field, which lies 81 miles north-east of Aberdeen. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.
A former oil worker has admitted driving through a north-east town while under the influence of drink or drugs.
Coastguard crews have issued a warning after a number of distress flares were set off during the Gadle Braes bonfire.
North-east drug dealer threatened lover over plastic surgery loan after she dumped him for his cousin
A drug dealer has been jailed for threatening a married woman he was having an affair with over a loan he gave her for plastic surgery - after she dumped him for his cousin.
The skies across the Blue Toon had a distinctly orange glow last night as the giant Gadle Braes bonfire sent blames reaching for the heavens.
Tourism chiefs are stepping up preparations to ensure 2019 is a bumper year for cruise visitors.
A motorist has been charged following a three vehicle crash on the outskirts of Peterhead.
Part of the A90 between Peterhead and Boddam has been closed as emergency crews tend to a three-vehicle crash.
A dad has described the terrifying moment a lit firework was hurled at his car - with his four-year-old daughter inside.
A search is underway for a Fraserburgh teenager who has been missing since this morning.
The unsightly and deeply unpopular scaffolding shrouding Peterhead Sheriff Court will remain deep into summer 2019, it has emerged.
North-east firms should “definitely” be bolder when going for offshore wind supply contracts, a project boss said yesterday.
Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse avoided a bumpy ride yesterday when he cast off in a new air-cushioned offshore wind vessel. Mr Wheelhouse was in Peterhead to witness the launch of the Sea Puffin, an innovative new offshore supply vessel. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.
A Peterhead man has admitted being in charge of a dog that attacked a police officer.
A former north-east jail has been nominated for a tourism award a year after claiming another major industry gong.
After months of hard work, a knitted tribute marking the centenary of the end of the First World War has been unveiled in a north-east town.
Police bosses believe that creating a new station in a north-east town will lead to a reduction in crime.
Jim McInally insists the first step on Nicky Riley’s road to recovery is being able to walk without pain again.
A north-east man has admitted stealing from a convenience store just 27 minutes after being released from custody.
A Peterhead woman has met the Canadian siblings she never knew she had - in the home she was born in 73 years ago.
Plans to convert a former north-east pub into a BrewDog bar and restaurant have been given the green light.
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