A ROW broke out today about the implications a 'no deal' would have locally.
A Banff man who intensively bred hundreds of puppies at a farm near Fyvie has been sentenced to nine months in prison.
ONE person has died following a fire in Keith.
ONE of the highlights of Strathisla Pipe Band's centenary year will see 10 pipe bands come together at Keith Show this weekend to mark the milestone.
A 1943 silver-painted Spitfire landed at RAF Lossiemouth yesterday in the first step of an attempt to fly right around the world.
A year of change saw tens of thousands of people attend Turriff Show.
Young people in the north-east will have access to information when the Skills Development Scotland (SDS) exam results helpline opens on Tuesday.
THERE will be pastures new again this year for Cullen Art Club when they throw open the doors to their much-awaited annual exhibition.
ROADS in Moray will benefit from £242,000 of Scottish Government funding to reduce the impact of timber lorries.
JOBSEEKERS are being offered the chance to brush up on their CV skills thanks to courses being run by the Department of Work and Pensions
BRAKE, the road safety charity, and Direct Line Group have named Moray MP Douglas Ross as its Road Safety Parliamentarian of the month for July.