Thousands turned out for a stunning fireworks display on the Beach Boulevard in Aberdeen.
A horse impaled itself on a fence after being frightened by fireworks, the RSPCA said.
One of the most charismatic documents held in the Charter Room at the Town House is surely this printed ‘wanted’ poster, dated the “fifth day of November 1605”.
It’s Bonfire Night once again and all across the country fireworks are brightening up the night sky. And though loud bangs and cars don’t tend to mix, there have been many final edition cars that have signalled the end of the line with a flourish.
A Parliamentary committee has found the “inconsiderate and irresponsible” use of fireworks should be considered as socially unacceptable as drink-driving.
Aberdeen City Council has revealed details of the road closures ahead of tomorrow night's fireworks display at the beach on Bonfire Night.
Hundreds of people gathered to watch the Stonehaven bonfire and firework display.
Trees and scaffolding have been blown over leaving cars damaged and transport disrupted after high winds of more than 80mph hit parts of the UK.
People attending fireworks displays in southern parts of the country should be mindful of wet and windy weather, which could cause their plans to fizzle out.
Police are set to carry out patrols in Aberdeen in a bid to stop unauthorised bonfires.
Aberdeen shops have been praised after council checks showed that every retailer they visited did not sell fireworks to under age children.
Bonfire night could trigger potentially deadly asthma attacks for millions of sufferers, a health charity has warned.
The sky will light up above the north-east for the next three weekends as people celebrate bonfire night.
Thousands of people turned out for a north-east town's fireworks display.
Jacob-Rees Mogg has said some MPs are calling for fireworks to be banned because “socialists always want to ban everything and have no fun”.
Sainsbury's will no longer sell fireworks in any of its stores across the UK.
The sky will light up above Aberdeen tonight as crowds flock to the beach to celebrate Bonfire Night.
The majority of people in Scotland support a ban on the sale of fireworks to the public, new research has found.
The misuse of fireworks will be in the spotlight at a series of events in Aberdeen.
The boss of an Aberdeen fireworks shop has thrown his support behind extra regulation.
An Aberdeen politician has welcomed a consultation over the regulation of fireworks across Scotland.
The owner of a north-east fireworks company today said tighter controls on the use of the explosives could lead to them being sold on the black market.
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Thousands of enthusiastic revellers turned out to ring in the New Year on streets of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen residents were wowed by an explosive display down at the beach.
Around 12,000 people are expected to attend the fireworks display at Aberdeen beach tonight.
A number of Aberdeen roads will be closed today to make way for the bonfire night celebrations.
“I heard a noise, then I saw a rocket flying towards us. I tried to move out of the way but it hit the back window where my daughter was sitting.”
The sky will light up above the north-east when bonfire and fireworks spectaculars get under way.
Film music will fill the air during Aberdeen’s annual firework display.