An Aberdeen fisherman today hit out at a landowner who is using boulders to obstruct a public access route.
A north-east MSP has urged the Scottish Government to support fisherman hit by deliberate fire.
Police are continuing to appeal for information after fishing boats and a boathouse were destroyed in a blaze at an Aberdeen harbour.
A north-east fisherman who was devastated to learn his boat had been torched in a suspicious blaze has been gifted a new vessel.
Investigations into a suspicious fire which destroyed several fishing boats in Aberdeen are continuing.
The leader of a fishermen’s association today told of the community’s upset at finding out their boats had been torched.
Emergency services were called to a fire at an Aberdeen harbour in the early hours of the morning.
An Aberdeen woman is spreading positive messages around a community hoping to “brighten someone’s day” and help those who “suffer in silence” with mental illness.
Fishermen have been ordered to remove their boats from a historic Aberdeen harbour, following a long-running legal dispute.
Fishermen are calling on divers, kayakers, rock fishers and others to back their legal challenge for access to a harbour.
A fisherman who was part of a group fighting to avoid eviction from a traditional Aberdeen harbour has lost his long-fought battle with cancer.
Council officers will investigate whether new legislation could be used to purchase a historic fishing harbour.
A petition with almost 11,000 signatures has been handed over in a bid to allow fishermen access to an Aberdeen harbour.
New barriers have been put in place at a historic fishing harbour as the fight over its use continues.
FISHERMEN have launched a bid to raise £40,000 to fight eviction from a historic North-east harbour.
FISHERMEN at a historic North-east harbour are to launch a legal challenge in a bid to get access to their boats.
AN EYEWITNESS has described the moment he saw a rock climber plunge from an Aberdeen cliff.