Auchnagatt Barons AFC are the latest team to take on a 24 hour running challenge for Marie Curie.
The cost of farm fires totalled £46.4million in 2018, a similarly dry year.
The application to build 64 homes will be brought to Formartine Area Committee next week.
MSP Tom Mason says the SNP government must ensure delivery on a pledge to support lower-income families.
Charity Quarriers is responding to the added pressures of learning faced by children as a result of coronavirus.
Inverurie will be one of the first charity shops to re-open.
The group are looking to recruit a volunteer walk leader to lead a women's group in Ellon.
Ellon and District Food Bank has experienced the largest increase in food support at 540%.
Around 50 members of Girlguiding Turriff took part in a virtual camp at home.
Scotland’s leading housing and homelessness organisations say it would kick start the economy.
Their centenary celebrations have been postponed, but that doesn't mean the fun has stopped.
The word coronavirus appears for the first time in the 500 Words stories of 2020.
The Summer Crew is the second novel of John Bennett.
Four Pillars have launched a new befriending service to support the LGBT+ community in the north-east of Scotland.
The largely forgotten Second World War battle led to 10,000 mainly Scottish soldiers being captured.
The largely forgotten Second World War battle led to the capture of 10,000 mainly Scottish soldiers.
Methlick Scout Group are one of the first to receive the Silver Youth Approved Award.
The money will support efforts to help people during the coronavirus pandemic.
Friday, June 12, marks 80 years since 10,000 soldiers were captured at St Valéry-en-Caux.
10,000 soldiers were captured yet their bravery has largely been forgotten.