When the Whitaker family moved into The Spinney at Greenheads, they never expected to be sharing it with a menagerie of animals too.
When Terri and partner Les first walked through the door of 28 Wellington Drive, they knew the search for their new home was over.
A dozen youngsters are in the running to be crowned cutest kid and net £1,000.
An north-east woman is helping inspire young people to consider careers in tourism and hospitality.
A charity cycling and walking event is to return for its third year in a north-east village.
A series of road closures will take place in a north-east town this weekend.
Supporters of a local initiative have been given the opportunity to buy limited-edition prints commemorating the Piper Alpha tragedy.
A historic railway station which was destroyed by a blaze will reopen later this month.
Organisers of the Great Aberdeen Family Run say they have just a few spaces left for people to enter their one-mile event.
An Aberdeen supermarket has helped boost two community groups.
Construction work to bring superfast internet to Aberdeen is now under way.
A road closure will be put in place as preparations kick off for an annual gala event in a north-east town.
A north-east council is aiming to expand charging points for electric vehicles across a tourist route.
An Aberdeen festival has received a £11,000 funding boost from a national scheme.
A north-east tourism body and Aberdeen airport are backing a campaign celebrating the opening of the AWPR.
Picnic fans planning on spending time in parks over the course of the summer period are being asked to “be aware” of potential branches dropping.
Five Aberdeenshire towns have been shortlisted from more than 7,000 to compete for the title of Most Beautiful Town in Scotland.
Staff at an Aberdeen nursery provide a welcoming and nurturing environment for children, inspectors have said.
A north-east food manufacturer is among the finalists in the national Food and Drink Federation Awards.
A five-day showcase of traditional fiddle music and dance kicked off in Aberdeen yesterday.
One new graduate who is leaving university with a first-class degree and a job says the experience has left her a “much more confident, assured and motivated individual.”
A new graduate is about to embark on a career with the marketing team at the Aberdeen university where she studied.
A attempt to set the world record for the largest ever ceilidh band has been made by two north-east charities.
A whisky collector is preparing to auction off 6,000 bottles of his favourite tipple.
A fun run in aid of an Aberdeen park is set to return for a fifth year – with a distinctly pirate-themed day promised.