Hundreds saw in the New Year in intrepid fashion yesterday, braving the icy waters of the North Sea to raise money for charity.
Stonehaven Town Partnership
A number of eye-catching banners have been erected in Stonehaven to highlight 12 of the best-loved attractions in the area.
Campaigners were celebrating yesterday after it was announced that a historic court building will be handed over to a community in Stonehaven today.
A community group has taken a major step forward to breathing new life into a former court building.
A north-east town is set to have its unsightly safety barriers given a fresh coat of paint.
Plans have been lodged to transform a former court building in the heart of an Aberdeenshire town into a film set and community facility.
A community group has called on Aberdeenshire council to review a seasonal road closure after improvements were made to the route.
Aberdeenshire Council has been forced to erase baffling road markings in a Mearns town which pointed vehicles directly into each others' paths.
The doors of a former north-east courthouse will be thrown open next month to give people the chance to have their say on its future.
Hopes to build a marina in Stonehaven have been dashed after a study revealed it could cost up to £20million - and actually reduce the number of boats coming into port.
An Aberdeenshire community yesterday got behind proposals to breathe new life into its historic former sheriff court - which closed for good last year.
A donation of £1,000 has paid for new equipment at Aberdeenshire's only outdoor pool.
The future of an Aberdeenshire sports facility has come under scrutiny after it emerged its ownership could pass into the hands of its nine trustees.
Calls have been made to retain an Aberdeenshire harbour for working fishermen - just weeks before the publication of a report on how it could be adapted to become a first-class tourist attraction.
The latest tourist attraction in a popular Aberdeenshire town has embarked on its first tours of the year.
A group set up to promote and better an Aberdeenshire town has released a report showing the fruits of its labour.
A Stonehaven primary school could expand into the empty sheriff court building to help ease the demand for pupil places.
A new review of weight restriction on a scenic Mearns coastal route has been suggested as a way of ending a dispute over a tourist land train.
Transport Minister Keith Brown has dismissed calls for the design of the Stonehaven Fastlink junction on the Aberdeen bypass to be reconsidered.
An 11th-hour plea to scrap a junction that will link commuters to the long-awaited Aberdeen by-pass has been made amid claims of a congestion crisis.
Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling for a tourist road train to be able to use a scenic route into Stonehaven.
A group that wants to build a marina in Stonehaven will soon find out if their vision will ever come to fruition.
Plans for a huge housing development on the outskirts of an Aberdeenshire town were met with opposition by locals last night.
An abandoned courthouse which was closed amid government cuts could be taken over by the community.
Almost 40% of Stonehaven residents have approved of a proposed vision for the development and improvement of the town.
Residents turned out in force to view a proposed vision for the development of an Aberdeenshire town yesterday.
A long awaited Aberdeenshire tourist train came into use yesterday - on the last day of the schools holidays.
Residents and business owners in Stonehaven are being urged to attend a public meeting to discuss a "vision" for the town - which could involve building a supermarket on top of a thriving tourist spot.
The team behind plans to build a marina in a bustling Mearns town have been given a funding boost.
Plans for a road train in an Aberdeenshire town have come to a standstill due to a shortage of crew.