A popular north-east chimney sweep has been forced to give up his business of 20 years as he prepares to undergo treatment for cancer.
The major of one of Scotland’s youngest pipe bands is on the hunt for new members to join its award-winning ranks.
Thousands of pounds have been spent on north-east police stations despite the buildings being closed down, new figures have revealed.
Santa Claus returned this week for a tour of Portsoy with the town's fire crew - and raised more than £1,000.
Assurances have been given that a new action plan for a beleaguered council-run care home will ensure improvements at the property continue "into the future".
An award-winning Scottish rock group will headline a popular north-east boat festival next summer.
Police have confirmed the body of a man reported missing has been found.
Dozens of events have been added to a year-long celebration of the sea which will take place throughout Scotland next year.
A north-east man has spoken of witnessing the destruction caused by Typhoon Hagibis as his trip to Japan was thrown into disarray.
Fears have been raised that pedestrians in a north-east town could be put at risk if plans for a funeral home are approved.
Motorists and shoppers are being warned to expect disruption in Portsoy town centre next week.
A new partnership has taken over at the helm of the world-renowned Portsoy Boat Festival.
A north-east place of worship will be officially opened this weekend after eight years of hard work.
Organisers of a rowing regatta in the Moray Firth were forced to cancel all but four of their races over the weekend due to the weather.
Council chiefs have vowed “we can and will do better” after their Portsoy care home received damning criticism from inspectors.
One of the exhibitors at this month’s Aberdeen Art Fair, which is returning to the recently-refurbished Music Hall after a four-year absence, is still working on some of her Aberdeenshire landscapes for the annual event.
Reduced opening hours at Aberdeen recycling centres will take effect from next month.
Plans to transform a north-east town's former police station into a holiday cottage have been approved.
Plans have been lodged for a new funeral directors to be established in Portsoy.
Work is being tendered to remove asbestos which was discovered in a north-east care home.
North-east lifeboats have launched into action after reports of a vessel in difficulty. Crews from Buckie and Portsoy were called at around 7.10pm after the ship alerted after it began to struggle around Findochty.
An affordable housing project at a former Portsoy hospital site has been given £3.9million funding from the Scottish Government.
Vandals have targeted a house in Portsoy while the owners were out at the boat festival celebrating their birthdays.
Thousands of people flocked to Portsoy during the weekend for the coastal community's famous boat festival.
Vikings are preparing to take to the streets in a first for the famous Portsoy Traditional Boat Festival.
Organisers of the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival at Portsoy hope the event is the perfect tribute to the man credited with transforming it into a major international attraction.
The Scottish Traditional Boat Festival will draw fiery inspiration from Shetland's Up Helly Aa for this year’s event.
A £500,000 project to rejuvenate Portsoy's last remaining church is nearing completion.
Funeral arrangements have been made for a north-east community stalwart who died last week.
Driving force behind boat festival remembered as ‘kind-hearted gentleman’ by mourning north-east community
The driving force behind one of the north-east's premier tourist events has been remembered as an "exceptionally kind-hearted man" following his death yesterday.
A Moray student believes a neglected roadside ruin in the north-east has the potential to be transformed into a leading tourist attraction.
Margaret Innes, from Cullen, died from her injuries today.