A major Aberdeen bridge is to close for three days for council inspection work.
A £10million backer of the Aberdeen Art Gallery redevelopment has praised the “inclusive” design of the project.
More than 100 runners put their hands in their pockets yesterday to raise money for a north-east woman with terminal cancer.
Women are being urged to come forward to be screened for breast cancer, despite new figures showing those in the north and north-east of Scotland are the most likely to do so.
A woman was treated by paramedics after a crash on the A90 Stonehaven-Dundee road tonight.
Gritting teams will patrol the streets of Aberdeen from Monday despite forecasters predicting a mild start to the week.
A guard at HMP Grampian was forced to give up his 15-year career after a violent attack from an inmate once dubbed Scotland’s most dangerous prisoner.
Aberdeenshire Council staff are to show off hidden talents in a charity variety show next week.
North-east residents are to be given the chance to have their say on plans for a so-called tourist tax next week.
A 53-year-old woman has been charged after a dog was killed in Moray yesterday.
A new art exhibition inspired by the animal kingdom has opened in Deeside.
A woman was airlifted to hospital after a Highland crash last night.
As many as 1,000 people gathered for an Olympic-style parade at an Aberdeen school to bring an end to its international festival.
An Aberdeenshire couple are packing their bags for a mystery tour, 60 years after tying the knot.
Police have confirmed long-awaited drug patrols in Aberdeen are under way – after a summer stretch on resources delayed them for months.
More than 100 people took to one of Aberdeen's busiest streets last night to join hands and raise awareness of mental health.
Hold on to your disco pants, Saturday Night Fever boogied into Aberdeen last night and was met with a raving reception.
A new extension at a north-east nursery has been officially opened by the Provost of Aberdeenshire.
Police arrested three men after early morning raids in a crackdown on drug dealing in Aberdeen.
A man who caused £400,000 worth of damage after setting a fire in his flat has been jailed for more than three years.
An Aberdeen man has been spared jail after being caught by an online paedophile hunter.
A jealous lover who broke his friend's jaw has told he would have been given a lengthy jail term - if it had not been for his supportive mum.
An Aberdeenshire pensioner who discharged himself from hospital in protest at the standard of care he received bas made a formal complaint.
Concerns have been raised at "excessive" spending by cash-strapped Aberdeen City Council after a dozen of the same signs were put up just a few feet from each other.
Plans to expand a north-east primary school – which only opened in 2017 - have taken a step forward with Aberdeenshire Council inviting building firms to vie for the work.
The Scottish Business Minister has admitted he never thought it would take so long to find a buyer for an Aberdeen paper plant, now saved from closure.
People in parts of Aberdeenshire and the Highland are being told to expect potential floods and power cuts this weekend.
Owner of popular Aberdeen cafe vows to find ‘right person’ to buy the business he built over last 16 years
The owner of a popular Aberdeen cafe has vowed to find "the right person" to buy his business, as he places it on the market.
Health bosses have insisted they are tackling bed blocking despite the latest figures suggesting a steep rise.
A private firm has been hired to help NHS Grampian gets its teeth into a year-long backlog of patients.
Recovering addicts have talked about how looking after bees on the roof of one of Aberdeen’s most iconic buildings has helped keep them on the straight and narrow.
More than 100 smartly dressed motorcyclists roared through Aberdeen’s main thoroughfare yesterday to raise thousands of pounds for a men’s health charity.