A north-east MSP has joined local police officers for a day out on the beat.
Open swimmers, model boaters, fundraisers and hundreds of visitors have gathered at the Tarlair Pools for the annual gala.
A beloved north-east outdoor pool has been repeatedly targeted by vandals in recent weeks.
Model boating enthusiasts have been forced to pull the plug on their hobby as weeds have taken over the water at a scenic coastal spot and wreaked havoc on carefully crafted vessels.
‘The screams when Marti took his hair out of his ponytail’: Your memories of Wet Wet Wet and Runrig at Tarlair
P&J reporter David Proctor dived into our archives to produce a feature about the day Tarlair hosted two of the country's biggest bands.
A lot has happened to the Tarlair outdoor swimming pool in the nine decades since the then Macduff Burgh Council agreed to build it.
A group of swimmers plunged into the icy depths of the North Sea as part of a campaign to rejuvenate a disused outdoor pool.
Campaigners trying to restore a north-east attraction have revealed they are “too embarrassed” to hold more fundraising events.
Gates have been installed at a former outdoor swimming pool to protect the A-listed structure from fly-tippers.
The search has started to find who owns a dilapidated north-east building which is more than 200 years old.
Efforts to preserve and protect a famous open-air swimming pool have been bolstered by a "exceptionally generous" donation from an anonymous couple.
Work will start this week on the £300,000 restoration of a historic Aberdeenshire open air swimming pool.