Sam Burnett was delighted to cap off his injury comeback with a starring role in Cove Rangers’ Highland League Cup triumph.
Two drivers have been fined after police launched a new operation to deal with speeding and road safety.
Drop-in community sessions have been organised for north-east residents to get improved access to police officers.
A north-east community had more 80 incidents involving the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) in a three-month period, according to new data.
Community leaders have praised police after a roads operation in the north-east saw six drivers issued with speeding tickets.
Aaron Norris looks set to extend his loan with Formartine United until the end of the season.
North-east councillors will be asked to give feedback on potential new transport and cycling routes when they meet tomorrow.
A north-east council has urged residents to consider signing up to become snow wardens.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson is delighted to have signed Joseph MacPherson and extended the contract of Graeme Rodger.
Four people were charged with speeding offences after officers caught vehicles travelling at up to 54mph in a 40mph zone.
Fomartine United player-manager Paul Lawson insists quality is more important than quantity when it comes to his summer signings.
Flood protection studies in two North-east towns could be approved by councillors next week.
Willie West was thrilled to return to the Fraserburgh team with a hat-trick and is bracing himself for a “massive” week.
Bus users will get the chance to discuss any issues with their services at two upcoming meetings.
Campaigners have handed councillors a petition signed by 31,000 people opposed to the Trump Organisation’s plans for a second golf course.
Formartine player-manager Paul Lawson is expecting strong performances from his players against Rothes as they try to book their place in the team for Tuesday’s Scottish Cup fourth round tie.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson wants his players to show their big game belief against rivals Cove Rangers in the Aberdeenshire Shield tonight.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson is hoping to get one over the team he watched as a boy.
Formartine player-manager Paul Lawson hopes his players can keep up the standards which have helped them reach the Scottish Cup fourth round when they face Deveronvale tomorrow.
Formartine boss Kris Hunter said he is glad to have the selection dilemma thrown up by his team’s demolition of Inverurie Locos.
Sam Urquhart admits the Highland League title "feels close" but is expecting a tough test when Buckie face Formartine.
Eric Watson hopes his testimonial celebrations continue in style after Cove's Highland League Cup win.
Jerry O'Driscoll expects Formartine's former Fraserburgh contingent will be dying to get one over on their old club.
A dejected Kris Hunter admitted Formartine's title dreams are over while questioning his squad's hunger.
Sir Alex Ferguson once infamously described this stage of the season as "squeaky-bum time".
Kris Hunter applauded Formartine's "thoroughly professional performance" after beating Clach 2-0.
Work could start this year on a £150 million North-east development if it wins full council approval.
Formartine must avoid a repeat of last season's slip-up at Clach tonight warns United ace Calum Dingwall.
Councillors have backed plans for a new town centre, cinema and hotel as part of a £150m development in Aberdeenshire.
Kris Hunter admitted he cannot explain the reason for Formartine's recent struggles after a nervy 1-0 win over Deveronvale.