She may be 90, but the Queen showed no signs of taking her foot off the gas at the weekend during a family outing at Balmoral.
North-east retailer Laings has completed a massive four-year project to renovate 194 bathrooms at a prestigious timeshare resort in Aberdeenshire.
Work to protect endangered freshwater pearl mussels in Aberdeenshire's largest river will get under way this week.
Prince Charles will bring his distinguished Highgrove brand to a flood-hit Aberdeenshire village, it was confirmed last night.
Prince Charles is poised to breathe new life into an empty prime site shop in the heart of a Deeside community.
The scenic landscape, surrounding the Aberdeenshire village worst hit by Storm Frank's floods, will form the centrepiece of a new five-star walking event.
Moira Gash, Visit Royal Deeside project co-ordinator, explains what the Explore Royal Deeside GeoTour is and this weekend’s Going for Gold geocaching.
Work is continuing in an effort to save the 16th century Abergeldie Castle on the banks of the Dee as the rain continues to fall and rivers across the north-east continue to rise.
Struggling Deeside families have been lent a helping hand this Christmas after rural estates linked arms with volunteers to distribute a host of festive hampers.
A £100million hotel and spa resort in Royal Deeside took a step closer to becoming a reality yesterday - four years after first being discussed by councillors.
There's no sleight of hand or sorcery used in conjuring up fabulous flavours at one of north-east Scotland's renowned restaurants - it's the abundance of fine natural ingredients that inspires chef Maciej Jarworski to create magic on a plate.
An historic Aberdeenshire castle will travel back in time this festive season with a war time-themed event.
Pride comes before a fall, as they say, and I had just congratulated myself on negotiating safely through the obvious dry-cleaning hazards of pasta and meatballs with sauce - by stuffing a napkin into my shirt, just like Joe Pesci in the gangster movie Goodfellas.
An Aberdeenshire golf club has marked 100 years of sporting equality with a lasting testament to the women who have played its greens.
Volunteers have started repairing a historic railway carriage damaged by vandals.
An Aberdeenshire hotel destroyed during in a fire earlier this year could be reopened by spring.
Visitors will be given a rare glimpse inside Aberdeenshire's very own Downton Abbey today as part of a two-week celebration of Royal Deeside's culture.
Tours through Royal Deeside's forests and farmland were among the activities which launched an annual celebration of Aberdeenshire culture.
Demolition work has started on a historic Aberdeenshire railway station devastated by a massive fire earlier this year.
Weddings bells gave way to steam whistles yesterday as an Aberdeenshire couple tied the knot on the historic Royal Deeside railway.
Plans to open a chip shop and ice cream parlour in Aboyne have been approved.
A 19th-century coach ride through Royal Deeside has been hailed a huge success after raising thousands of pounds for charity.
Police hunting vandals who caused £10,000 worth of damage to a historic north-east rail project have issued a fresh appeal to find those responsible.
Volunteers restoring the Royal Deeside railway to its former glory have started a fundraiser after a historic carriage was destroyed by vandals.
A horn blower from the far south of England has come to the rescue of a 19th-century charity coach ride through Deeside.
Work could begin soon to ensure a historic Aberdeenshire building destroyed in a fire can rise from the ashes.
Thousands are expected to turn out for one of Aberdeenshire's most popular summer gatherings tomorrow.
Worshippers at Crathie Kirk were yesterday joined by the Queen for a service led by her two Scottish chaplains.
Poised with a polished demeanour, Fiona Bruce never comes across as anything less than immaculate.
Royal Deeside is an area steeped in centuries of history, blessed with stunning scenery filled with rare and exotic wildlife. Known by many as being the birthplace of Scottish tourism, the area’s popularity rose with the arrival of Queen Victoria and her family in the mid-1800s and continues to be enjoyed today by the current monarch and all her family – you could say it has definitely been given the royal seal of approval.
More than 100 cyclists will enjoy Aberdeenshire's breathtaking scenery as they take part in a 75-mile challenge this month.
A record-breaking Scots cyclist and his companion have tackled a 100-mile circuit through the north-east - on Victorian-era bicycles.