CULLEN skink enthusiasts both professional and amateur are being invited to throw their hats in the ring for next year's world championships.
Residents and businesses in Aberdeenshire whose properties were impacted and damaged by flooding during Storm Babet can now apply for financial aid.
Lamb from Woodhead Brothers in Turriff was served, the first processor in Scotland to receive accreditation to supply the Middle East market.
Projects which received a financial shot in the arm are encouraging other applications to a scheme which promotes Doric culture.
SSEN Transmission's proposed new 400kV overhead line between Beauly, Blackhillock, New Deer and Peterhead has seen several changes made to the route.
Subsea specialist Sulmara has expanded its operations in Aberdeenshire after a period of sustained success.
SSEN will contribute to the development of 200 properties which following completion of the power projects, will support local housing requirements.
MP David Duguid's latest column looks at several issues including a lack of high-speed broadband in the area he represents.
Following a 12-month pilot project RSABI is now set to roll out an award-winning, digital mental health care service to a wider audience.
North East Scotland College has earned two coveted prizes at the CDN College Awards.
It's that time of year again and across the north-east communities are getting ready to celebrate Christmas.