One of Aberdeen's most famous landmarks could soon be replaced after being removed from its clifftop site for the first time in 25 years.
An academic who grew up in Dornoch and studied in Aberdeen has been made a CBE for his services to economics and public policy.
The son of a post office owner who transformed the Lecht into one of the UK’s premier winter sports destinations is among those honoured by the Queen.
An Aberdeen spaniel, whose life was saved by a stranger with a nappy, is on the road to recovery.
More than a dozen disabled north-east children who have undergone complex surgeries have been given specially-made teddy bears to help them feel less lonely.
A plaque commemorating one of the "all-time piping greats" has been unveiled outside his former workshop in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen rugby club will host a special fundraising beer festival this weekend as part of efforts to counteract the economic challenges brought on by the downturn in the north-east oil and gas industry.
The man behind a festival of facial hair has joined forces with a charity for sick children to help grow its beard-based fundraiser.
The public will be invited behind the scenes at some of the north-east’s most intriguing buildings tomorrow for this year’s Doors Open Day.
The number of robberies in Aberdeen is up almost 30% compared to recent years.
The son of an Aberdeen curry house owner who was born just 11 days after his father was brutally murdered said he hopes the killer spends the rest of his life behind bars.
Councillors who “trashed” the city’s reputation by announcing plans to scrap funding for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) should abandon their “non-starter” City of Culture bid, the chairman of Aberdeen Festivals has warned.
Assaults on Scottish emergency service workers have reached a three-year high.
Residents living close to the scene of the oil spill between Cookney and Netherley have faced delays since the cordon was put up last week.
A popular event which illuminates dark winter evenings with spectacular artistic displays will return next year with a musical twist.
An 85-year-old woman has died following a crash in Aberdeen this morning.
Hundreds of young musicians, dancers, actors and more are travelling from all across the world to the north-east for the official launch of the Aberdeen International Youth Festival 2017.
From cosy little pubs where indie bands play acoustic sets to nightclubs and karaoke bars, music and culture are at the heart and soul of any city.
A dad who contracted swine flu and nearly died has warned others to make sure they get their jab this season amid fears over take-up by at-risk groups.
A former Grampian Television presenter has been made an OBE in recognition of voluntary work in the healthcare field.
Cash-strapped council chiefs have pulled the plug on financial support for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival - putting its survival in serious doubt.
Plans to finally tackle years of accumulated grime from the front of an historic city centre church have taken a step forward.
A student entrepreneur who wants to open a pub next to a chaplaincy in Old Aberdeen has defended his proposals against hundreds of complaints.
Fire teams have been called to a blaze near an Aberdeen stable this morning.
A 76-year-old was cut out of his car and taken to hospital tonight after a car crash in the middle of a Moray town.
A bar manager has hailed pedestrianisation as the best way to bring cafe culture to the city centre.
The number of Aberdeen primary school children in large classes has gone up by 20% in three years.
The last of a group of 12 seafarers who have been trapped in the north-east for more than a year due to unpaid wages will finally be able to go home to India this month, after the boat they worked on was sold.
For most people, the thought of a trip to the dentist is unbearable.
A Moray primary school is celebrating the completion of a major £4.5million refurbishment project.
A fresh investigation will be carried out into the future of a housing estate being bulldozed as part of a £30million plan to ease congestion at Aberdeen’s most notorious roundabout.
Police have released new CCTV images of men they wish to speak to in connection to a theft at an Aberdeen bar.