Scotland is famous for its rich natural heritage and its accompaniment of bees buzzing and butterflies fluttering.
Beach-goers across the north-east are being urged to do their bit to help protect marine wildlife from litter and pollution.
The Scottish Government has been urged to call in Aberdeenshire Council's decision to legitimise a controversial travellers site.
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Travellers’ tears of joy as controversial St Cyrus site approved retroactively by Aberdeenshire Council
Emotional members of the travelling community shed tears of joy and erupted in applause in the Aberdeenshire council chamber yesterday after plans to legitimise a controversial caravan site in St Cyrus received overwhelming approval following a six-year battle.
A key section of a coastal path taking in some of the most beautiful seaside views in Aberdeenshire has been repaired and rejuvenated by a community group.
Former commando, who now lives in St Cyrus, pens third thriller novel inspired by counter-terrorism career
A former special operations commando from Aberdeenshire has published his third thriller novel, inspired by his life in the armed forces.
A fresh battle over the risk of flooding at a controversial traveller site at St Cyrus erupted yesterday as councillors prepared to decide its fate.
Retrospective plans for a controversial traveller site at St Cyrus have been recommended for refusal.
Tourism chiefs are rallying together to protect a neglected but beloved coastal path from being lost completely.
The bomb squad was called to a picturesque north-east beach after an unexploded device was discovered.
A fundraising drive has been launched to raise money for defibrillators after the kit saved a teenage runner in the Mearns.
Police say the A92 is blocked south of St Cyrus following a two-car collision. The head-on crash happened on Lower North Water Bridge at around 4.55pm. Ambulance and fire crews are also in attendance at the scene. It is not know if anyone has been hurt or how severe any injuries may be. More follows.
Police are investigating the shooting of a rare bird of prey after its remains washed up on the banks of an Aberdeenshire river earlier this year.
Volunteers at a north-east beach clean reacted with astonishment after finding an item which had washed up about a century after being thrown out.
Councillors have agreed to extend the deadline for the closure of an illegal travellers site at St Cyrus to avoid any “direct action” by the authority and allow time for other “positive” options to be devised.
Councillors have been asked to extend the deadline for the closure of an illegal travellers site at St Cyrus to avoid any “direct action” by the authority.
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Work has started to safeguard a popular walking path at a north-east beauty spot.
A senior councillor has said dismantling a gypsy-traveller camp is the worst enforcement action the authority has ever taken, as a homeless support worker warned it would cost thousands to rehome its residents.
A beloved pet has near=miss after swallowing what is believed to be rat poison deliberately left on a popular dog walking route.
A walking path at a popular north-east beauty spot has been closed, because of safety concerns after a landslip.
A group of travellers based in the north-east say they want to work with the council to secure the “best solution possible” for their future.
A group of travellers has decided not to appeal to the Court of Session over their unauthorised travellers’ camp.
A group of travellers who built themselves a caravan site without planning consent have been ordered to move out by next summer.
Police have confirmed a body found during a major search operation is that of missing north-east man Graeme Leslie.
A body has been discovered in the search for a missing man.
A man reported missing who was last seen by his family a week ago had sustained facial injuries in a fall.
Residents in the St Cyrus area are being urged to check their sheds and outbuildings for a missing man as the search for him continues.
Police are appealing for help in tracing a man who has not been heard from in nearly a week.
Four teenagers have been charged for allegedly torching hundreds of hay bales at a north-east farm.
Damage worth a low four-figure sum has been caused by a deliberate fire at a farm in Aberdeenshire.