● Aberdeenshire Cup: Keith impress in front of fans to reach last four Keith progressed to the semi-final of the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup with a derby win over Huntly at Kynoch Park.
● Peterhead street remains closed following gas explosion A north-east street remains closed this morning following a gas explosion.
● Elgin City boss Gavin Price credits youngster Aiden Sopel with lockdown transformation Elgin City manager Gavin Price feels youngster Aiden Sopel has earned his run in the team through his application during lockdown.
● North call-handling centre already freeing up police resources A new way of dealing with calls to the police stopped unnecessary trips by north-east officers more than 2,000 times in its first month of operations.
● Former Tomintoul Secondary School to become site of community housing project to help sustain village Campaigners in the Cairngorms have bought the former Tomintoul Secondary School to launch a housing project aimed at helping ...
● Charity album to be released in aid of Liam Colgan Music Fund A charity album is being released in aid of a fund formed in memory of an Inverness musician who died after disappearing during his brother’s stag party in Germany.
● Police investigating assault on north-east college student for not wearing a mask Police are investigating an alleged attack on a north-east college student who claims he was targeted for not wearing a face covering.
● Dons boss welcomes midfield duo back into the fold for St Mirren trip Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is counting on the return of Lewis Ferguson and Connor McLennan to fire up his side as the Dons bid to get back to winning...
● Figures reveal the parts of Aberdeen most popular with walkers and cyclists this autumn New figures have revealed that pedestrian and cyclist numbers in Aberdeen almost doubled across November compared to last year, with the...
● Aberdeen professor welcomes vaccine approval but warns that health boards cannot repeat flu jab mistakes News of the coronavirus vaccine's approval for use in the UK has been hailed as "good news" by a north-east ...
● LIVE UPDATES: The latest news from across the north and the north-east on December 3 Here are the latest live news updates from the north and the north-east, as well as the major national and international stories breaking...
● Aberdeenshire charity which ships books worldwide teams up with Rotarians to offer week-long literary giveaway closer to home A Banff charity which has sent more than four million books to 96 different countries is directing...
● Objectors win fight to halt creation of new north-east wind turbine and solar farm development Plans for a new energy plant in the north-east which left hundreds of villagers "horrified" have been thrown-out by...
● New jobs to be created as Moray-based engineering firm announce expansion plan A Moray-based engineering and construction firm has unveiled a £2.5 million expansion plan which is expected to create dozens of new jobs.
● Glenshiel has the slowest broadband in Scotland with Inverurie the fastest, survey finds A Highlands street has the slowest broadband in Scotland, a new survey has revealed.
● Emergency services called to Peterhead property following gas explosion Emergency services are currently in attendance at a Peterhead property following reports of a gas explosion.
● Heavy snowfall causes travel disruption on the Isle of Lewis Motorists in the Isle of Lewis have been warned to avoid travel as heavy snowfall hits the island.
● Shoppers flock to Debenhams before closure hits Aberdeen city centre was busy with shoppers buying Christmas gifts today as many flocked to Debenhams to snap up any deals on offer amid the threat of imminent closure.
● Business rates: MSPs pass controversial revaluation plans A plea to fix “crippling” north-east business rates has been rejected by Holyrood, after SNP MSPs voted to delay revaluation by a year.
● Stonehenge honour for Moray heritage champion A Moray heritage champion who has used nature to help reduce social isolation has been projected onto the side of Stonehenge.
● Inverness restaurant shut after mouse spotted on the premises An Inverness restaurant has been shut after a mouse was spotted on the premises.
● Moray schools: Violent incidents have nearly trebled in seven years Education bosses in Moray hope the end of the coronavirus pandemic will finally reverse a sustained increase in violence in schools.
● Ward at Aberdeenshire community hospital closed after Covid-19 cases detected A ward at an Aberdeenshire community hospital has been closed after Covid-19 cases were detected there.
● Artist raises more than £30,000 in just 48 hours in memory of tragic Corey and Eilidh An artist's annual raffle has raised more than £34,000 in memory of two teenagers in less than three days.