Fears have been raised about a potential 74-mile “gulf” in police coverage in the north-east.
A renowned royal landmark, once at threat of disappearing forever, has been shortlisted for a prestigious building prize.
Stonehaven residents have been encouraged to dig out any artefacts, photos or letters that relate to the First World War.
The people of the north-east are being invited to take part in a nationwide campaign to preserve memories of the First World War.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) has finally opened to motorists after decades upon decades of political - and literal - gridlock in the north-east.
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Police have confirmed that missing 79-year-old Winifred Russell has been found safe and well.
Police and coastguard teams have launched a search operation for a missing 79-year-old today with "growing concern" for her safety.
Police are concerned for the safety of a missing 79-year-old. Winifred Russell was last seen in Woodcot Park, Stonehaven. Anyone with any information to her whereabouts are urged to contact police on 101 quoting incident number 3776/18th Feb.
An Aberdeenshire primary school teacher is behind a growing and worldwide network of dog owners doing their bit to look after the environment.
A woman is fighting for her life in hospital following a one-vehicle crash in Aberdeenshire yesterday.
This ice cream shop has created a new flavour from one of Scotland’s most iconic snacks – and it has gone down a storm.
Thieves have stolen more than £26,000 of equipment from a cash-strapped council in just six months.
Railway journeys have been disrupted this afternoon after tracks were blocked close to Stonehaven for a safety inspection.
A north-east dental student has received the highest grade in the country.
A north-east town has put itself on the map by becoming the proud owner of a world record.
Residents will get their say on plans to protect their town from flooding tonight.
Planning chiefs were warned of "car-mageddon" yesterday as 91 homes for a Mearns country estate were approved.
New bus services were launched yesterday to help business travellers and holidaymakers cut down their travel time to get to the city airport.
Police were called to a two-car crash on the A92 this morning. The incident happened on the A92 Aberdeen to Stonehaven road, just after the Shell petrol station. It is understood that no one has been injured in the collision.
Stonehaven shedders pick-up keys to new premises thanks to community asset transfer from Aberdeenshire Council
An Aberdeenshire men’s shed group finally has the keys to its own premises.
Aberdeenshire Council to roll out three-week bin collections and cut recycling centre hours to save just £500,000
Campaigners have scored a victory to save their recycling centres - at the expense of the service offered at nearly a dozen across the region.
A fire broke out at a property in Inverbervie this morning.
An appeal for witnesses has been launched after a break-in and thefts from two properties in the Farburn Drive area of Stonehaven.
Train bosses come under fire for slashing the number of direct services between Stonehaven and Glasgow
Train bosses have come under fire amid claims they have slashed the number of direct services between a north-east town and the Central Belt.
A north-east council is to press ahead with selling off two of its offices.
Residents of a north-east street have raised £7,600 towards a playground for children with additional needs.
An Aberdeenshire community has been praised in the Scottish parliament for its fundraising efforts.
A woman has been taken to hospital following a two-vehicle crash near the AWPR.
It was a race against time for Vanessa and Stuart Bremner, whose baby Jack was born just an hour after they made it to hospital on New Year's Day.
Hundreds saw in the New Year in intrepid fashion yesterday, braving the icy waters of the North Sea to raise money for charity.
A capacity crowd of 10,000 people packed into the streets of Stonehaven to witness the annual Hogmanay fireball spectacle.