An Aberdeenshire charity which supports a wide range of activities around its rural community is hoping to win our minibus competition.
A person had to be cut free from their vehicle following a crash between a car and a tractor in Aberdeenshire.
Police are appealing for information after two cars collided on a north-east road.
The fire service are dealing with a gorse fire near Whitecairns. Two fire engines are at the scene along with one forest vehicle, the area on fire is around 100 metres by 150 metres, the fire service were alerted to the blaze around 2:20pm.
Emergency services are in attendance at a gorse fire in the north-east.
Just five years old, Bruadair, a five-bedroom detached property in the small north-east village of Whitecairns is a quaint and spacious family home.
A long-running dispute over work at a controversial north-east quarry is no closer to being resolved after councillors rejected plans to fill it in.
Aberdeenshire Council has been accused of “sitting back” and leaving residents near an alleged illicit quarry to suffer.
Residents of a north-east village are poised to object to a planning application for further development work on land close to an illicit quarry site.
Residents of a north-east village have welcomed a proposed new development on their doorstep - just weeks after winning a breakthrough in their battle against an alleged illicit quarry.
Residents of Aberdeenshire concerned about unauthorised building works in their area will soon be able to check online what the council is doing to tackle it.
Work on a north-east hillside development has been halted - after an investigation revealed part of it was being used as an illicit quarry.
This timelapse footage shows a change in the pace of work at a north-east development site.
Council bosses have launched an investigation into work at a north-east hillside amid fears it is being used as an unauthorised quarry.
Aberdeenshire Council has formally ordered work to stop on an Aberdeenshire site locals fear could be made into a travellers halting site.
Residents fear travellers could be planning to create a permanent camp on the outskirts of an Aberdeenshire village.
Travellers have sparked fears they could be looking to create a permanent halting site in Aberdeenshire, after moving in the diggers over the festive break.