Police are hunting housebreakers in Aberdeenshire after two separate incidents this week - one of which involved the theft of a high-end car.
Police are reminding householders to keep their doors and windows locked at night following two housebreakings in Westhill this week.
Staff at Aberdeen's P&J Live have been trained in the use of x-ray baggage scanners with just days to go until the £333 million venue opens its doors.
Officers in Aberdeenshire are appealing for information following two house breaking incidents in Westhill yesterday evening.
Officers have been called to attend a two-vehicle crash on a north-east road.
A north-east volunteer has received a national honour for his efforts in raising money and awareness on behalf of diabetes sufferers.
Banchory mum Esther Hughes went back to university more than 20 years after qualifying as a nurse.
New aerial pictures have revealed the progress being made on Aberdeen FC’s new £50 million stadium complex at Kingsford.
Motorists are facing delays this morning after a crash on the Tesco roundabout in Westhill.
More than 1,200 people were left without power in Aberdeenshire this morning.
One of the oldest buildings in a north-east town has been restored to vibrant life at the heart of its community.
A new coffee shop will open in an Aberdeenshire town after controversial plans were approved by councillors.
A long-awaited sculpture, commemorating five decades since a community was formed in Westhill, has finally been revealed at the main entrance to the town.
A serial stalker has been banned from contacting a woman after stalking her for over a month.
Councillors have been urged to back controversial plans for a Starbucks drive-thru in after they were amended to remove a large advertising feature that would have been erected on its roof.
Commuters have raised concerns that an “accident is waiting to happen” on a section of the new AWPR road.
An Aberdeenshire guitarist’s cover of the Game of Thrones theme song outside Dunnottar Castle has attracted thousands of views online.
It’s fair to say that Number Four, Meadowlands Crescent, isn’t your average family home, and impressive renovations have produced gorgeous interior design both inside and out.
Controversial plans to build a Starbucks cafe complete with a drive-thru lane in Westhill have been recommended for approval – despite dozens of objections from local residents.
A veteran squash coach and his world champion son are selling their north-east training centre after 20 years of inspiring youngsters to pick up a racket.
A north-east man "saw red" and punched an old rival from his youth after suspecting that the other man made a jibe about his cancer-stricken mum.
A thief’s drunken break-in to his neighbourhood shop was filmed on CCTV and it enabled police to arrest the culprit shortly afterwards.
Calls have been made for greater community policing after a spate of vandalism in Inverness.
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Dutch marine firm Boskalis has set up a new subsea services base in Aberdeenshire.
A disabled pensioner is campaigning to get more wheelchair accessible pavements around his village.
In line with Aberdeenshire Council’s New Year drive to improve sports provision in the region, councillors yesterday gave two north-east communities a seasonal boost.
A burst pipe has left some north-east homes without water this evening.
Scotland manager Alex McLeish has issued a personal appeal to help find missing teenager Liam Smith.
Staying connected to her family has paid dividends for Eguolo May Vanni, from Westhill, who has graduated from Aberdeen University with a PhD in economics.
Tributes have been paid to a kind and compassionate school support worker who changed the lives of scores of youngsters.
Residents of an Aberdeenshire sheltered housing complex have been left “terrified” by a mystery culprit banging on their doors in the middle of the night.