Ponds in an Aberdeen park turned a “frightening” shade of orange this weekend as a result of digging work at a nearby construction site.
Members of the Peaky Blinders production crew - along with a shivering canary - were among those needing emergency accommodation after being caught up in the travel chaos.
‘Astounding’ kindness: Hero hotel owners praised for putting up 28 people stranded by A96 snow closure for free
The owners of an Aberdeenshire hotel have been hailed as heroes for putting up dozens of people free of charge after they were stranded by snow.
Severe snowdrifts and wintry conditions have resulted in further road closures and traffic chaos across the north-east of Scotland this morning.
Aberdeenshire Council agrees to freeze council tax to help residents after ‘incredibly difficult’ year
Aberdeenshire Council has agreed to freeze council tax for the next year.
North-east residents forced to take 40-mile trip on ‘treacherous’ roads for jabs after vaccine centre shuts
Vulnerable residents in a rural Aberdeenshire community will be faced with 40-mile journeys on “treacherous” wintry roads next week in order to get their jabs after plans to host a vaccination centre in Alford were scrapped.
‘Behave like it’s last April’s lockdown’ urges NHS chief, as north-east records highest daily death toll of pandemic so far
A total of 14 people across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray have died in the highest daily death total for Grampian since the pandemic began.
A pair of proud doctors whose baby was the first to be born at the Aberdeen Maternity Hospital in 2021 have thanked the NHS for their “totally astounding” support in delivering their little one during the pandemic.
Three additional deaths have been confirmed at two north-east care homes following outbreaks of coronavirus.
Tributes paid to ‘loyal friend’ and ‘committed and vital’ Turriff FC committee member after fatal crash
A man who died in a four-vehicle crash on a notorious north-east road has been named locally as “committed and vital” Turriff United Football Club committee member Web Duncan.
The owner of an Aberdeen café that was severely damaged in a deliberate fire this weekend said she has been “overwhelmed” by community support, and vowed to reopen to customers as soon as possible.
A total of 102 cases of Covid-19 have now been associated with the outbreak at the Inchmarlo House care home near Banchory.
A total of 16 people have died following outbreaks of Covid-19 at two north-east care homes.
The operator of an Aberdeenshire care home has confirmed the death of residents following an outbreak of Covid.
Countryside rangers have urged visitors to a picturesque north-east woodland to stop leaving food for squirrels as the free feasts have been attracting rats.
Award-winning Press and Journal photographer Colin Rennie has retired after 46 years at Aberdeen Journals – but he isn’t ready to hang up his camera just yet.
A total of 78 cases of Covid-19 are being investigated at an Aberdeenshire meat plant.
A north-east cafe that had persevered through lockdown with a takeaway service only to be severely damaged by flooding in early August has finally reopened to customers.