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A man was airlifted to hospital today after coming off a quad bike near Aberchirder.
More Aberdeen City Council staff will be invited to learn how to administer a drug used to save the lives of those who have overdosed.
North-east photographers are being encouraged to snap stunning images for the latest theme in the RediscoverABDN competition.
Police stopped two motorists near Turriff on Sunday evening after they were spotted at speeds of up to 119mph.
Businesses in Aberdeen city centre will vote on whether to retain its BID after councillors agreed to a revised ballot date.
A father-of-two has thanked NHS Grampian for saving his life after a lengthy battle with Covid.
A total of 199 new positive Covid-19 cases have been recorded in Scotland in the past 24 hours, with 13 of them in the north-east.
A man has been jailed over assaulting and robbing a stranger as he walked home from a night out - because he thought he was a drug courier.
A mum has raised thousands for a mental health charity by walking up Bennachie - every day for four weeks.
My name is Constable Andrew Peter and I am a uniformed officer at Nigg Police Station in Aberdeen, serving Cove, Garthdee and Kincorth.
An 11-year-old boy who was reported missing in Lossiemouth earlier today has been traced "safe and well" by police.
Concert bands in the north-east have not let the global coronavirus pandemic deter them from performing.
North East Now: Farm to plate food producer celebrates Scottish rich wildness with new seasonal pies
Farm to plate food producer Wark Farm is celebrating Scottish rich wildness with the launch of their new seasonal pies.
The London-based firm behind plans to build 140 new homes at a flattened Aberdeen office block have welcomed their approval.
A north-east teacher who has hosted over 200 quizzes since the coronavirus hit last year has been "blown away" by their popularity.
After a year like no other, a north-east brass band are looking forward to the day they can practice together once more, and are inviting new members to get involved.
Six new creative individuals from the north-east will have the opportunity to see their work in the Aberdeen Art Gallery’s permanent collection.
Could your dog help save another pup’s life? North-east Labrador hailed a hero after donating blood to save a pug
A north-east dog has been hailed a hero after donating blood to save a desperately-ill pug.
The coldest April night in eight years was recorded in the Highlands overnight, with freezing conditions expected to continue this week.
‘Step in and give our city centres fighting chance’: Business group makes plea to Scottish Government
The Scottish Government has been urged to intervene to give struggling city centres such as Aberdeen a fighting chance of survival.
Darren Morrison took advantage of his role within InnServe Ltd, a firm that specialises in beer and soft drinks dispense systems, and deliberately over-ordered parts and equipment, which he then sold as scrap metal.
A father has said he hopes a man who smashed his window with a catapult and metal ball bearing can become a "better person" after admitting the offence in court.
Ronald Watson, 75, touched his young victim sexually on various occasions over a five-year period while she was under the age of 12.
Simple Minds have set a new date for their 40 Years Of Hits gig at Aberdeen’s P&J Live.
Martin Third was caught after police traced the IP address of a device that had indecent images of children available for sharing online.
A man has been jailed for a "vicious" assault on his partner which left her requiring surgery and three metal plates inserted in her face.
Tributes paid to Aberdeen FC Community Trust chairman Duncan Skinner, ‘one of life’s genuinely good guys’
The worlds of north-east business, charity and sport are mourning the death of “one of life’s genuinely good guys” Duncan Skinner, who has died aged 63.
Here are the latest live news updates from the north and the north-east, as well as the major national and international stories breaking throughout the day.
Daniel Santo, 31, previously admitted possessing extreme pornographic images depicting, in an explicit and realistic way, females engaged in sexual activity with animals.
Essential works worth £215,000 to improve and enhance several features in a north-east swimming pool are continuing at pace.