Two teenagers, who were involved in a dramatic rescue at sea last month have been shortlisted for a new award.
Two brothers have thanked the heroes who saved them after they got into difficulty in the sea.
A north-east grandfather has been hailed a hero after leaping into the sea to save two brothers - one of whom was face down in the water.
Emergency crews were sent to the aid of two people in trouble off Fraserburgh beach yesterday afternoon.
Swimmers donned their trunks, suits and reindeer antlers and plunged into Fraserburgh Harbour yesterday to help raise money for the local RNLI crew.
A north-east coxswain and his daughters are calling on others to line-up alongside them this Boxing Day and brave a leap into the chilly North Sea.
Fraserburgh Lifeboat was launched yesterday to come to the aid of a stricken vessel a short distance out to sea. It’s understood the craft’s propeller had become entangled in debris. The RNLI crew came to its aid at 12.42pm and its understood they towed it back into Fraserburgh.
A north-east charity with expertise in social media has donated £2,000 to the lifeboat crew in the Broch.
The search for a crewmen, feared to have gone overboard from a ferry, was suspended last night.
Staff at Fraserburgh lifeboat station received a surprise visit from a friendly face yesterday morning. A seal was spotted, by a member of the team, relaxing on the steps before making its return to the water.
Fire crew members were rescued from a fishing vessel which caught fire around 40 miles outside Fraserburgh earlier this afternoon.