A local heritage society is rejoicing after a four-year process ended with it taking ownership of the historic building that has become its home.
People of all ages lined the streets in various locations across the north-east to honour the service of the armed forces community.
North-east residents upset by their inability to bury loved-ones in their home town have been told a new cemetery is to be created.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. Here we speak to Nicola Davidson, founding director of Turriff-based Optimul Business Solutions.
A vital north-east bridge has reopened weeks after it was badly damaged by flash flooding.
A Moray motorist has been warned he is “very lucky” that nobody died after causing a horror crash on a north-east road.
Councillors are being urged to back plans for the creation of a new cemetery and car park on the outskirts of Turriff.
‘People who have lived in the area all their lives said they have never seen it as bad as it was’: Flood damage forces historic Aberdeenshire tearoom to close
An Aberdeenshire tearoom has been forced to close after floodwater damaged the foundations.
Tucked away in a secluded hollow, you’d be forgiven for missing Lochside Lodge altogether.
The Scottish Government has agreed to release extra cash for north-east communities left reeling by last weekend’s devastating flooding.
A north-east sports centre is marking its 25th anniversary by launching a packed programme of events.
Staff and pupils at Turriff Primary and Nursery have been praised by inspectors following a recent review of the school.
A north-east councillor has urged the Scottish Government to help with the cost of repairs for damage caused by floods in Aberdeenshire.
North-east residents are today counting the cost of the flash flooding that devastated their communities at the weekend.
For some, the weekend's devastating flooding was merely the latest in a wearying series of incidents.
Police in Aberdeenshire are appealing for information after a housebreaking at an address in the Delgaty Crescent area Turriff.
Firefighters tackled a blaze on an Aberdeenshire farm after machinery caught alight earlier this evening.
A north-east town is in the running to have its high street named Britain's best.
A north-east road remains closed this morning after a serious single vehicle crash. The accident happened on Balmellie Road in Turriff at 11.10pm last night. A police spokesman said: “The road is closed. We are still dealing with the incident.” One person was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and is understood to have serious injuries.
Residents and business owners have joined forces to help quash proposals for a haven for dogs in Banff.
Thousands of people are expected in a north-east town this weekend for Scotland’s largest two-day agricultural show.
Large trees stretching across one of the north-east’s most notorious roads are potentially creating even further risks for drivers, a councillor fears.
The dream house of the future must include an ice cream library filled with tasty treats, north-east youngsters have decided.
An Aberdeenshire road has reopened following an accident. Police said the incident involved a pedal cyclist. The B9170 was closed between the A947 at Turriff and Cuminestown while an investigation was carried out. It reopened at 11pm and members of the public were thanked for their patience.
The Scottish SPCA has launched an investigation after a north-east family’s pet returned home with its whiskers burned off a fortnight after going missing.
A cat owner is appealing for information after her cat turned up with burn marks on it, two weeks after going missing.
Residents of an Aberdeenshire town found themselves confronted by an unexpected sight.
A Turriff woman has set her sights on furthering her career in research after graduating with a degree in applied social sciences.
A year-long programme of workshops aim to build a sense of community in north-east towns for people new to the area.
Aberdeenshire Council has partnered together a sports centre and a nursery to drive forward a new project aimed at promoting fitness in a north-east town.
Turriff residents worried survey on future of Towie House will lead to loss of face-to-face services
Turriff residents fear the loss of face-to-face council services following the announcement that office hours could be cut.
Large paint containers have been dumped at a special site of scientific interest in the north-east.