Firefighters across the UK have been attacked while responding to incidents on Bonfire Night, with a fire chief branding the assaults “abhorrent”.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service is encouraging people in the north-east to become wholetime firefighters through a new recruitment campaign.
Two people have died after a suspected gas explosion at a shop underneath flats in west London.
People are believed to have died after a suspected gas explosion in a shop underneath flats led to the collapse of the building.
A child and four adults have been rescued after a suspected gas explosion in the shop below their flats.
Firefighters have paid tribute to the victims of the Stonehaven train derailment.
An Aberdeen school has been devastated by flames, for the second time in just three years.
Police have launched an investigation after a fire ripped through a former Aberdeen school.
Fire crews spent more than two hours extinguishing a substantial blaze at an Aberdeen chip shop.
Firefighters at Aberdeen International Airport have created a special video thanking NHS staff and key workers.
An investigation is to be carried out by the emergency services into a major blaze at an Aberdeen restaurant.
The bomb squad was called to a coastal town after an item was discovered by firefighters tackling a car blaze.
Multi-million-pound plans to upgrade a fire training centre have been approved.
North-east fire crews are being called to false alarms once every three days on average, new figures show.
Major investigation launched after package containing ‘unidentified substance’ discovered at Aberdeen hospital
A major probe is under way after a package containing an “unidentified substance” was discovered at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
North-east firefighters have urged residents to make sure streets are clear enough for their vehicles to travel on after a road was blocked when a crew was responding to a call.
More than £1,500 has been raised by firefighters in Aberdeen during a charity car wash.
Firefighters have been called to a house fire in the north-east tonight.
More than 30 firefighters were called to battle a blaze at a north-east farm.
An Aberdeen restaurant blaze which closed city centre streets and involved as many as 50 firefighters could have started in a tumble dryer, police said today.
Firefighters spent more than 80 hours at the scene of a series of wildfires that blighted Aberdeen, the Evening Express can reveal.
Police are appealing to trace two witnesses who may have seen the person responsible for starting a fire at an Aberdeen nature reserve last night.
An investigation is under way into whether a series of fires at an Aberdeen beauty spot were started on purpose – after firefighters were called to the scene more than 30 times in 13 days.
Fire crews were today called again to battle grass fires in an Aberdeen community – for the 30th time in 10 days.
Fire crews have been called to an Aberdeen nature reserve again today.
Firefighters were called to an Aberdeen store after employees reported smelling gas.
One person has been charged in connection with a three-vehicle crash in Aberdeen. The crash, which involved a Land Rover Discovery and a Vauxhall van, happened on Cairn Road in Bieldside at 1.45pm. Police, fire and ambulance attended the scene. A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “The incident was cleared just before 3pm.”
More than 50 firefighters spent six hours battling a blaze at a north-east beauty spot – and then had to return when it started again hours later.
Firefighters in Aberdeen are now qualified to save lives in water after expert training.
North-east firefighters call for responsible parking after cars block access during training session
A fire crew has urged members of the public to be mindful when parking their cars.