Comedian Alan Carr will play two dates in Aberdeen as part of an upcoming tour later this year.
A leading Aberdeen businessman urged the Scottish Government to stop viewing business as “a money printing machine”, as the race for the Scottish Conservative leadership come to Aberdeen yesterday.
REVEALED: Nearly half of all armed police activity in Scotland was in the north-east and north last summer
The full extent of the armed police presence on the Aberdeenshire estate where the Queen spends her summer holidays has been uncovered for the first time.
People forced out their flats by a "terrifying" blaze nearly a year ago could finally be allowed back home by the end of the summer.
Drivers responsible for transporting vital and life-saving equipment around the north-east are to be balloted by a union amid claims bullying at NHS Grampian is making ‘life not worth living’.
Council planners have been urged to reject fresh proposals for a “prison block” of flats in the city’s famous Rubislaw Quarry, amid “disbelief and disgust” at the plans.
Police have charged two people in connection to "a number of road offences" after the same vehicle was involved in two collisions in Aberdeenshire last night.
More than 15 companies have signed up to exhibit at Scotland’s fishing industry’s flagship show for a first time.
Drivers were warned of potentially dangerous road conditions in the north and north-east this morning, with as much as six inches of snow and freezing temperatures forecast overnight.
Councillors have launched another last-ditch attempt to stop eight Aberdeen high rises being given top protected status.
City councillors have been assured work to overhaul Provost Skene’s House will be completed by the end of this autumn.
Dozens of people gathered in Aberdeen for the unveiling of a plaque commemorating the north-east men who fought fascism in the Spanish civil war.
Food-lovers who flocked to Aberdeen for an exclusive celebration of fine dining have helped raise more than £150,000 for the maternity hospital.