Juvenile salmon numbers in the famous fishing waters of the River Dee have increased by 50% in a key tributary, suggesting the ecosystem is recovering after a cataclysmic storm four years ago.
A north-east hotel will donate £1 from every diner's bill to help raise more than £10,000 for the River Dee Trust.
Dead deer legs are being placed in a north-east river to help boost salmon survival rates.
Bill for fixing Aberdeenshire bridges after Storm Frank tops £1 million – and ‘no timescale’ for Cambus O’May repairs
More than £1 million has now been spent on fixing the Aberdeenshire bridges worst-hit by Storm Frank – and the final historic crossing in line for repair could cost an extra £400,000.
Scottish SPCA are appealing for information after three swans were found dead in Aberdeenshire.
River Dee bosses have expressed “deep concern” over a "dramatic decline" in young salmon making their migration to the sea.
Erin Wyness' middle name might be Georgia, but she has lots of other things on her mind at the moment.
Young salmon stocks in the upper River Dee are at their highest since Storm Frank wreaked havoc across the north-east four years ago.
Serious concerns have been raised about the huge loss of young salmon in the River Dee.
“Stupid, irresponsible and cruel” vandals who cut the rope of a lifebelt and prevented the early rescue of a group of five teenage girls “clearly never thought it could be used to save the life of their own family”, a rowing team coach has said.
The 2019 salmon season was officially opened on the River Dee yesterday when rugby heavyweight Rob Wainwright took up his fishing tackle and successfully made the first cast.
Former Scotland rugby captain, Rob Wainwright, will open the 2019 fishing season on the River Dee next week.
It is now two weeks since anyone has seen missing Aberdeen teenager Liam Smith.
Aberdeen teenager Scot Rodger has been found "safe and well" by police, officers have confirmed.
Developers behind a proposed housing scheme in Aberdeen have dropped plans to pave over a popular playpark following a backlash from locals.
A soggy sporran has been returned to its owner after a fisherman Highland Reel-ed in the catch of a lifetime.
Cyclists are being given the chance to ride on the new Aberdeen bypass before they are banned from the road when it opens.
It is that time of year again when our calendars are full of exciting events, including the return of the Ballater Duck Festival.
An appeal has gone out to trace the owner of a commemorative stopwatch discovered wedged in the banks of the River Dee.
A sea eagle tagged with a tracking device has gone missing.
New drone footage shows the surfacing works progressing on the River Dee crossing.
British Red Cross is hosting a flooding workshop in Ballater this week to help locals protect their homes and businesses in case of a natural disaster.
Hundreds of “buzzing” spectators lined a “very wild” River Dee at the weekend to watch the 23rd Aberdeen Boat Race.
Popular green spaces in Aberdeen are set to become even more environmentally friendly with the creation of almost 5,000 new trees.
Plans have been put forward to build 256 homes and a park on the banks of the River Dee in Torry.
A flood alert has been issued across the north-east, following a quick thaw in the area.
A new mapping tool aimed at safeguarding wild salmon in Scottish rivers has been developed in partnership with the Scottish Government to look at the impact of climate change.
Aberdeen’s River Dee has frozen over due to the ice cold conditions. These images show just how cold it’s been in Aberdeenshire over the past few days. The river passing Shakkin Briggie looks to be partially frozen over.
Mysteries of fish migrations from north-east look set to be unveiled in ground-breaking £1million project
A ground-breaking project to track the “mysterious” migration routes of fish from three of the north-east’s rivers is now underway.
It hasn’t been plain sailing on Deeside in recent years.
Conservationists are fighting back against invasive plant species along the River Dee after their seeds were spread “far and wide” by a devastating storm three years ago.
Transport Scotland has apologised after leaving a high-powered floodlight dazzling motorists on a north-east road.