A farmer involved in a fatal car crash has called for urgent action to be taken on one of the north-east's most notorious danger roads.
The Conservatives have branded figures which showed more people were killed on north and north-east roads last year than anywhere else in Scotland a “national disgrace”
A prominent north-east safety campaigner has urged drivers to pay heed to school crossing patrollers who put their lives "on the line".
A senior councillor has said politics will not be a factor in any decision to invest in safety improvements on a notorious north-east road.
A mother whose son was killed in a head-on smash has called for urgent investment in road safety after it was revealed fatalities on one notorious route have cost the region £16million since 2010.
More than 21,000 drivers across Aberdeenshire and Moray have been stopped in the last year as part of a road safety crackdown.
Campaigners have renewed their calls for action to be taken to improve the notorious Laurencekirk junction.
Police in Aberdeenshire have vowed not to relent in their crackdown on reckless driving as their latest tool in the fight for safer roads comes into force.
The chairman of a north-east community safety group has said the biggest danger on the A90 is the drivers who use it.
Police are investigating after a vandal tried to burn down a speed camera on a notorious north-east road.
New figures have revealed a huge rise in the number of people flouting the speed limit on north-east roads in the past year.
Road bosses at Aberdeenshire Council were left red-faced after tearing up a set of traffic lights - only to replace them in exactly the same spot.
Councillors have finally backed new traffic safety measures for a notorious Fraserburgh rat run.
Shock new figures have revealed that people in Banff and Buchan are twice as likely to be killed or seriously injured in road accidents as the average UK driver.
Residents in rural Aberdeenshire have raised £10,000 for a new path to link parts of their community and improve safety.
A Moray mum is calling for action to be taken against speeding motorists after her seven-year-old son was run over outside their home.
Teenagers at an Aberdeenshire school put their jotters aside yesterday and learned how to stay safe behind the wheel.
Thousands of north-east school children have been given reflective keyrings to help keep them safe as they walk home on dark winter afternoons.
A north politician is urging Westminster to agree that a graduated licence scheme for new and young drivers should be piloted in Scotland.
Aberdeenshire Council will investigate concerns about the safety of a north-east road where a child was hit and killed by a van.
Residents in a north-east town have launched a petition to try to convince roads chiefs a pedestrian crossing is needed in a street where a young boy was knocked down and killed.
New cars and light commercial vans will be fitted with special technology to alert the authorities of a serious road accident from 2018.
A quarrying company that will be delivering materials for new schools in a Highland town has been teaching local children how to stay safe on roads used by large trucks.
Police have revealed that five people have been caught drink driving across the north-east this past weekend.
A raft of new speed limits to protect residents of a huge north-east housing development has been praised by a leading road safety group.
Police are considering clamping down on motorists who are "unfit" to drive because of old age or a host of medical complaints.
Aberdeenshire Council is to embark on a raft of consultations on speed limits in villages throughout Buchan.
A pensioner has died after a head-on smash on a rural Aberdeenshire road near Turriff.
On the third day of our A9 series, Jane Candlish hears whether the average speed cameras will ease the frustration of driving on the busy trunk road.
Taxi and bus tour drivers at a Highland port have called for measures to improve pedestrian safety as thousands of cruise ship passengers arrived in the region.
The number of people who died on north-east roads in the last year has soared - prompting police to urge drivers to take responsibility for their actions.
Police officers have joined forces with the Dons to reveal that Aberdeen's roads are safer since the launch of a traffic campaign.