An Aberdeen MP has said he is seeking “immediate clarity” from Shell on the local implications of its plans for up to 9,000 job cuts. The oil major has announced it will cut between 7,000 – 9,000 jobs globally by the end of 2022 in order to save $2billion – $2.5billion annually. Read more on Energy Voice here.
Police responded to at least 300 parties on the first weekend of tighter restrictions, figures have revealed.
Students living in Aberdeen University accommodation reportedly broke the rules over the weekend - and could now be fined or excluded.
A mythical beast has been spotted circling the turrets above Aberdeenshire's Craigievar Castle.
Ploughing matches scheduled to take place over the coming months have all been cancelled across the north-east.
Aberdeenshire residents will cast their first ballots of the Covid-19 pandemic in the upcoming by-election for the vacant Ellon and District council seat.
A mobile Covid-19 testing centre is to open in a north-east town later this week.
A popular fireworks display in Moray has been cancelled amid concerns due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Missing Bradley Reid from Fraserburgh has been located.
Pupils at Fraserburgh Academy are being told to self-isolate following confirmation of a second case of Covid-19 there.
A woman who was reported missing from Elgin has been traced.
A World War Two Spitfire will soar above hospitals in the north-east as part of a thank you message for all NHS staff and those still battling Covid-19.
Police have arrested and charged two males, both aged 31, in connection with seven separate housebreakings at commercial premises across Scotland.
The crew of a Norwegian ship stationed in the Cromarty Firth near Invergordon are being quarantined after a Covid-19 cluster broke out on board.
Coast to Coast is the latest restaurant in the Granite City to close following pressures made by coronavirus and lockdown measures.
The Met Office has warned there could be a risk of flooding along the north-east coast tomorrow.
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming ITV drama Des based on Fraserburgh-born serial killer Dennis Nilsen.
A multi-agency operation was launched amid reports of a person in the North sea.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he has ordered Network Rail to carry out an immediate “resilience review” into areas affected by storms following the fatal train derailment near Stonehaven.
REGIONAL BREAKDOWN: 39 new coronavirus cases recorded across north-east, as Scotland’s total rises by 60
Scotland has recorded 60 new Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours with 39 detected in the north-east.
Police are looking to trace three men and a woman associated with the teen attack that happened in Inverurie last week.
‘We are all extremely proud of the fantastic crime-fighter she became’: Police announce death of much-loved springer spaniel
Officers in the north-east have announced the death of police dog Patch in a heart-warming tribute online.
Owners of an Aberdeen eatery have expressed their anger after a window was smashed at their premises.
A 42-year-old man is set to appear in court today charged in connection with an alleged attempted murder after an incident in a north-east town.
No new Covid-19 related deaths in Scotland for second day but further 15 cases recorded in past 24 hours
Scotland has not recorded any new coronavirus related deaths in the past two days.
Two flood alerts have been issued today following heavy rain across the north and north-east.
Residents across the north-east of Scotland were left powerless this morning following thunderstorms and lightning strikes.
A 52-year-old man is in a serious but stable condition following an alleged attempted murder in a north-east town.
Rail commuters have been hit with delays this morning due to a signal fault at Huntly.
Constable David Whyte was one of six people injured during the incident at the Park Inn Hotel on West George Street yesterday.