A stretch of the A90 will close this morning as road workers repair a major pothole.
An aircraft engineer who stole £180,000 of camera gear and falsely claimed it had gone missing on a British Airways flight must pay back £21,000 - or face another year in jail.
A north-east nurse has told the inquest into the deaths of Britons killed in the Tunisia beach terror attack she urged medics to get a badly injured Scot to hospital as quickly as possible.
On Friday, I arrived at Heathrow Airport from eastern Europe on my way back to Scotland.
Attacked by patients on understaffed wards, hospitals at breaking point… North-east nurses speak out
NHS Grampian nurses fear they are putting patient' safety at risk because they are being left "physically and mentally exhausted" working on understaffed wards.
Clydesdale Bank is to axe 40 branches in Scotland - including nine in the north and north-east.
An escort girl found dead in a city-centre flat asked a man when she would "get her £400" during a taxi journey through Aberdeen.
A man accused of raping and murdering an escort girl was caught on CCTV walking towards her flat on the day prosecutors allege she was killed.
Two brothers have been jailed after a shotgun blast in a city street where residents were getting ready to celebrate Christmas.
A former oil executive has been ordered to pay nearly £600,000 to the firm she embezzled out of more than £1.3million.
Tomorrow, America decides - and the world is holding its breath.
The lady who transformed the lives of new parents worldwide has died.
An Aberdeen man has gone on trial accused of threatening a group of noisy youths outside his home with a sword and stabbing one of them in chest.
There is life after Downing Street, and it's good.
North-east superstar Emeli Sande last night performed a sold-out gig which she described as a "homecoming" to Aberdeen.
Thirteen rare 18th and 19th century Aberdeen banknotes are expected to fetch about £6,000 when they go under the hammer.
It was a tragedy which rocked the world and united tens of millions of people in grief over the death of the "People's Princess".
The brother of Paige Doherty’s killer has been forced to take a leave of absence from his job offshore after a court heard of his conviction for a sex offence.
A rapist who was snared after his victim sent pictures of her injuries to a relative has been jailed for five years.
The Queen's private estate has criticised litter louts who left such a mountain of rubbish in a bothy it took three trips by one of Her Majesty's Land Rovers to remove the mess.
Dozens of floral tributes, candles and messages have been left by friends and family at Aberdeen beach near the sport where the tragedy unfolded.
He struck gold in Rio and Andy Murray has now emerged as Scotland's favourite celebrity, comfortably outstripping the likes of Sir Chris Hoy and Sir Sean Connery.
A woman took pictures of herself abusing a young boy - then sent them to a supervisor on a North Sea oil platform
A Sheriff says he is unable to say how a wealthy farmer met his death in a grain silo on his Aberdeenshire farm.
Two mountain mountain rescue teams had to walk in appalling weather for six hours to reach an injured climber who alerted them by text.
A sheriff branded a serial scam artist "devious" as he jailed her for stealing cash from her workplace.
Looking after your wellbeing shouldn't just be a short-lived boost now and again, it should be a lifestyle….a lifestyle that becomes a focus on being fit and healthy for life, whatever your age.
The owners of the oil rig which crashed aground in the Western Isles will break their silence over the incident at a public meeting this week. Transocean has bowed to increasing pressure to answer questions over how the accident occurred. For full story visit our sister site, Energy Voice.
Campaigners have declared an uneasy truce in their battle to stop wildfowlers shooting geese at a Moray beauty spot.
A hospital nurse who was caught stealing £220 worth of clothes and toys from Asda has been suspended from the profession for nine months.
A nurse who told investigators she "could have killed 25 people" after being caught drinking at a north-east care home has been suspended.
A Twitter war has broken out after Nicola Sturgeon launched a direct attack on a Press and Journal article - labelling it “shocking”.