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.
A Turriff toilet block has been the unusual focus of a flurry of planning activity for years now.
A man has died and two people have been arrested following an “incident” in Cuminestown in the early hours of this morning.
A vocal coach who has helped some of the leading lights of the music industry returned to the north-east yesterday - to officially open her auntie's revamped care home.
Two north-east towns have been handed "substantial" cash injections to bring a dilapidated building back to life and install CCTV equipment.
Fresh plans to convert a former north-east bank into a cafe have been unveiled.
A farmer from Fyvie, who was scammed out of money and threatened by callers pretending to be police is urging others to be vigilant when answering the phone.
A Christmas celebration which last year underwent a £10,000 expansion has been axed amid struggles to recruit volunteers to run it.
A giant draughts board has been unveiled in a memorial garden in Turriff, inspired by the “auld mannies” who used to play the game at the Coo.
Police say a missing Turriff man has been found safe and well. Marek Mozyro had been reported missing after last being seen on Sunday. However officers have confirmed this evening that he has been traced.
The mother of a one-year-old boy is worried they may lose their only fire exit if plans for a new north-east restaurant are approved.
A north-east pipe band has been named as one of the best in Britain.
Tens of thousands of tonnes of building materials could be excavated from north-east farmland under plans to extend a quarry.
Proposals for a housing development at the site of a former train station near Turriff have hit the buffers.
Record-breaking crowds, fuelled with a passion for classic and vintage vehicles, have turned out at a north-east car rally.
The transformation of a former railway station near Turriff into a housing development have gone off track, with proposals recommended for refusal by planners.
A man who survived a heart attack after falling ill on a ship has called for volunteers to come forward to be trained as first responders.
Thousands braved rain and huddled in hail-lashed tents before the sun eventually shone on a May Day celebration in the north-east yesterday.