Aberdeen has been recognised in all its blooming glory after the city scooped seven awards in the Beautiful Scotland horticultural awards.
POLL: Bold new vision for Union Square is revealed with the public asked to have their say on designs
This is how Union Square could look in the future - with the public to have their say on the design for the bigger, better shopping mall.
Police are searching for four hillwalkers who allegedly broke into a mountain rescue centre.
They are the most valuable chess pieces in history and considered one of the treasures of the Norse world.
Nearly £40,000 has been donated to help hospital patients in the north east enjoy the healing powers of art.
Gin is to be distilled in Aberdeen for the first time in more than 100 years.
Remarkable new images show summer snow caves clinging to the slopes of the UK's highest mountain.
A security adviser has been jailed for stockpiling weapon parts at his Scottish home after witnessing the aftermath of ISIS atrocities.
A rare bird once driven to extinction in Britain has successfully produced four chicks at a secret Scottish site.
The former medical director of NHS Grampian claimed that public money was being "squandered" on hiring agency staff to plug a shortage of highly skilled medics in the north east.
NHS Grampian has spent nearly £11million sending thousands of patients to private hospitals to try to meet a flagship Scottish Government policy on treatment waiting times.
An expat who came back to Scotland in a bid to extort thousands of dollars from an old school friend is facing a possible jail sentence.
It is the £10m plan to make life a little less stressful for patients and visitors at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Three consultants at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary who were referred to the General Medical Council after a controversial report into conduct at the flagship hospital have been cleared of any wrongdoing.
Forget the budget, immigration and the EU, student reporter Megan Kerr, 16, asks politicians the questions no one else dares to pose in the first of a lighthearted series.
The Queen has given in to pressure from her advisors and will mark the day she becomes Britain's longest serving monarch with an official engagement on September 9.
Voting in one of the smallest - and strangest - community buy-outs ever held in Scotland ends tomorrow.
A senior GP fears replacement family doctors will not be found to serve patients in the north of the city once his practice closes.
A woman who spent £7,500 on treatment at a private hospital after wrongly being told she urgently required surgery has been paid back the money by NHS Grampian.
A top team of marine scientists are to search the deep seas off the coast of Scotland for undiscovered animal life.
A former soldier from the north east is now training volunteer troops to fight against so-called Islamic State.
A historic private club has scrapped talks on admitting female members for the first time in 160-year history amid an internal battle over the controversial issue.
NHS Grampian has hired 19 new consultants in the last three months as it fights back against the staff shortages which have plagued the board.
Legal highs users are being admitted to the north-east's biggest hospital with internal injuries as severe as those suffered by car crash victims.
Pupils at St Margaret’s School for Girls have handed over more than £2,000 to a charity which offers support to bereaved children.
Long-awaited plans to create a permanent training ground for Aberdeen Football Club at Bridge of Don have fallen through at the eleventh hour.
Campaigners battling to save a hydrotherapy pool which heavily relies on public funding were last night offered a lifeline.
A pensioner has admitted to flashing at primary school children in Aberdeen.
A serial sex offender who was jailed for 28 months after being found in a bedroom with a 15-year-old girl has lost his bid to appeal his sentence.
Seven bids have been received from those wanting to take over the historic Bon Accord Baths site.
A doctor jailed after paying to watch children strip over the internet will learn whether he is ever allowed to practise medicine again.
The airline pilots’ union has confirmed it will launch a legal bid to stop a black box recorder from a fatal North Sea helicopter crash being handed to prosecutors.