Reduced opening hours at Aberdeen recycling centres will take effect from next month.
North-east emergency workers were kept busy on Scotland’s hottest day of the year– while members of the public also came to the rescue.
A rescue mission was launched off the coast of Portlethen this afternoon over concern for a small boat.
Aberdeenshire pre-school worker issued with warning after pulling child by leg and giving yoghurt to another with dairy allergy
An Aberdeenshire pre-school worker has been issued with a warning after he pulled a child by the leg and gave another with a dairy allergy a yoghurt.
An Aberdeen academic will mark the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles by telling the story of a north-east granite cutter who helped broker the agreement.
A search and rescue dog that has been deployed at major incidents including earthquakes in New Zealand and Nepal is to star at the Royal Highland Show.
Tourists and residents young and old were enjoying visiting the newly installed Oor Wullie sculptures in and around Aberdeen yesterday.
ScotRail has apologised to north-east rail passengers after staff shortages led to several Aberdeen trains being cancelled.
Police were called to an accident on the A92 Stonehaven to Aberdeen road this morning.
The A92 was partially blocked earlier this morning following a two-vehicle crash.
Two lanes of a busy Aberdeenshire road have been closed following a two-car crash. Police have been called to the A92 by Portlethen following the collision. No-one was injured. Officers have closed off one lane in each direction while they remove the vehicles from the road.
Motorists will face disruption for two months to allow overhead cables to be moved underground in a north-east town.
All roads seemed to lead to the sprawling car park at Mains of Balquharn just to the south of Aberdeen at Portlethen.
For many the battle against cancer is one that they will vividly remember for the rest of their lives.
Reduced opening hours at the majority of Aberdeenshire recycling centres will take effect from Monday.
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Portlethen woman Heather pays tribute to those who stepped up to help after her bowel cancer diagnosis
Heather Singer wants to use her time in the spotlight to pay tribute to all the people who helped her through cancer treatment.
A north-east roundabout is blocked this morning after a two-vehicle crash.
Cranes had to be sent out to help a lorry delivering sections of a new McDonald’s drive-thru after it became stuck in a north-east retail park.
Hygiene officers had to be called in to dispose of drug syringes, which were found just feet from where north east children attend school and go swimming.
Tight margins and unrelenting volatility in the oil and gas market put a crimp on Saltire Energy’s profits in 2017-18. But the Portlethen-headquartered oilfield equipment rental firm said it was “managing the market well” and “adapting to the pressures”. >> To read more on Energy Voice, click here <<
A north-east couple hopes to raise £80,000 so their son can get life-changing surgery.
An Aberdeenshire's men's shed has bucked the trend after opening its doors to a group of women.
An academic is calling for greater awareness of the role played by a north-east farmer’s son involved in post war talks to create a new world order.
The public are being advised to remain vigilant following a number of incidents across the north-east involving counterfeit currency.
A group of Aberdeenshire pupils have been praised by celebrities including Stephen Fry, Dame Barbara Windsor and Fiona Phillips for their efforts to highlight cruel diseases such as dementia.
Calls for tougher rules as it emerges north-east embezzler has only paid back a fraction of stolen fortune
An embezzler from Portlethen has paid back only 5% of the £600,000 she was ordered to return to her employer when she was jailed two years ago.
Work to create a two-storey drive-thru restaurant on the Portlethen Retail Park will soon begin.
Stephen Fry has offered his support to Aberdeenshire pupils in their bid to win a charity-run competition.
Plans have been lodged to build a petrol station, restaurant and coffee shop on a site which had been earmarked for oil and gas offices prior to the downturn.
Fire crews have been sent to a bus blaze at the side of a busy north-east road.
Traffic queues are likely following a three-vehicle collision on the A90 this morning.