The Duke of Edinburgh was remembered at a “very moving and fitting” service at Crathie Kirk.
‘A very sad day for the community’: Butcher to the royals lowers flag as Deeside mourns the Duke of Edinburgh
Flags were flown at half-mast and floral tributes were laid at Balmoral Castle as the Deeside community mourned the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.
A train driver has launched an ambitious campaign to get Aberdeen “back on track” and reconnect north-east communities with discontinued rail services.
A Deeside suspension bridge that has been shut ever since it was almost destroyed by Storm Frank in 2015 has finally been reopened, after extensive repair efforts by Aberdeenshire Council.
Aboyne’s Highland Games have been called off for a second year in a row as a result of the pandemic.
Old mannequins from Aberdeen’s former Debenhams department store have been given a new lease of life as “police officers” on Deeside roads.
It's one of the biggest ecological success stories in recent times; the dramatic transformation of the Mar Lodge Estate in the heart of the Cairngorms.
Nan Shepherd was a pioneering adventurer, writer and explorer who penned a seminal book about the Cairngorms. As today marks 40 years since the north-east icon died, Gayle Ritchie looks at her life and legacy.
A new £30million five star hotel planned for Deeside has been tipped to attract "high rollers" willing to splash out in the area.
The owner of an Aberdeenshire travel agency has thanked fast-acting firefighters for preventing a blaze from reaching his shop.
Our life is filled with different milestones, such as learning to drive, getting married, starting full-time work and entering adulthood. But one milestone that really stands out is flying the nest and buying your first home.
It’s five years since Storm Frank ripped through Scotland, wreaking a trail of destruction across the country. Gayle Ritchie looks back at one of the worst weather events in recent history.
Police are looking to trace two young girls after they helped a man who fell unwell in Aberdeen.
A total of 102 cases of Covid-19 have now been associated with the outbreak at the Inchmarlo House care home near Banchory.
Robert Louis Stevenson wrote much of Treasure Island in a cottage in Braemar. As today marks the 170th anniversary of the author’s birth, Gayle Ritchie looks at the holiday which inspired the famous yarn.
Pam Anderson, 74, from Braemar, died after suffering a cardiac arrest on September 24 in the back of an emergency vehicle taking her to hospital.
The owner of a famous Deeside castle neighbouring the Queen’s residence at Balmoral has died.
Organisers of a popular running event have taken the “tough decision” to postpone it until 2022 due to Covid-19.
A kind-hearted north-east woman is encouraging others to give generously throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jason Kelly hopes his run in the Bennachie 50k ultra trail will set him up for another top level outing in next month’s Speyside Way race.
A 54-year-old man who was earlier reported missing from Aberdeen has been traced 'safe and well'
Plans for a new hall at a north-east church with a growing congregation have been approved by council officials.
The Duke of Rothesay has been digging deep at his north-east home as part of a campaign to encourage people to learn more about plants.
A pair of sea eagles have successfully bred in Deeside for the first time in around 200 years.
Deeside’s Robbie Simpson won the Lairig Ghru mountain marathon but has vowed to return to have another crack at breaking the course record.
A study is set to begin in a bid to save a historic north-east hotel.
Hutting is a traditional past time and the buildings give families the chance to live in basic accommodation during visits to the area.
Police are continuing to crack down on anti-social behaviour in a city community.
Bosses at an Aberdeen golf club have confirmed an individual who tested positive for coronavirus visited the course.
A north-east distillery will reopen its doors next week.