The public was today warned to be careful during post-lockdown visits to north-east beauty spots after a man had to be airlifted to hospital after falling down cliffs.
Dunbar’s RNLI lifeboats were launched as part of a multi-agency operation to assist a boat with engine failure.
Aberdeen Lifeboat Station is urging north-east residents to stay close to home after lockdown is eased.
The RNLI in Scotland has called on the public to stay safe ahead of an expected relaxation of lockdown restrictions.
The Aberdeen Coastguard Rescue Team is urging north-east residents to be careful after a number of incidents during lockdown.
A lifeboat crew has issued a warning after a dog died in a fall from a north-east cliff.
Two men have been rescued by the coastguard after attempting to save a dog which had fallen into water in East Lothian.
The RNLI has released new portraits of some of its volunteer crews to highlight their ongoing work.
"They can cause harm to wildlife. They can, in some cases, start fires in dry grass areas or dune areas. They can also be mistaken for distress flares."
An Aberdeen lifeboat was launched today to assist a surfer at the beach.
The Montrose RNLI Ladies Guild has announced a series of changes.
RNLI crews across the north-east are urging the public to stay out of the sea this Easter weekend.
The RNLI has been given hand sanitiser by an Aberdeen voluntary group in recognition of the key service they provide.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution have released free activity sheets to educate children on staying safe near water.
A lifeboat launched in the north-east after an "unidentified object" was spotted in the water.
A north-east lifeboat was deployed yesterday after a locator beacon was activated.
An RNLI fundrasier has been hailed a success.
Stonehaven RNLI is seeking to recruit volunteer fundraisers.
Volunteers at a north-east rescue station are celebrating after winning a coveted award.
Celtic have confirmed they will play Fraserburgh FC in memory of the victims of the town's lifeboat tragedy.
A poignant memorial service has been held for RNLI volunteers who died in the Fraserburgh lifeboat disaster 50 years ago.
A murder mystery event has been organised to benefit a lifeboat charity.
Aberdeen's all-weather lifeboat was called out for the third time in less than 24 hours after it was called to assist a worker on an oilfield vessel.
Emergency services were called to a north-east harbour after a vessel got in difficulty.
A north-east lifeboat was called after clothing was spotted in the water. The Stonehaven lifeboat was called out at around 11.45am after reports of clothing and tools were found off the coast of the town. A Coastguard spokesman said: “The matter was investigated and no suspicious circumstances were found. “The lifeboat was then stood down.”
Two people trapped on rocks were winched on to a helicopter.
Shoppers at a north-east supermarket have raised more than £700 for the RNLI in Aberdeen.
The volunteers at Peterhead lifeboat station were taken off duty in June after the RNLI described the situation as a “last resort.”
Emergency services are assisting a stricken vessel in the north-east after it lost power.
A north-east lifeboat crew was launched to help a vessel that had broken down.