The north-east was battered by gale force winds and heavy rain this week as Storm Henry tore through Scotland.
Detectives hunting a rapist who attacked a young woman in an historic Aberdeen park are searching for a group of students seen in the area that night who could hold vital information.
A Scottish tourist has been trampled to death by an elephant in Thailand.
Detectives hunting a man who raped a young woman in an Aberdeen park have traced a key witness.
Police are searching for a man who may hold the key to snaring the person who raped a young woman in a historic Aberdeen park.
A north-east man battled in vain to revive his brother after he was buried in mud as he tried to clear a flooded field.
One thousand flaming torches transported Lerwick back 1,000 years last night as the dark midwinter skies were lit-up in a spell-binding show of Up-Helly-Aa.
A section of the A93 to the west of Banchory is currently closed following a two car crash.
When Christopher Hutchon was killed after a learner driver lost control of his car and skidded off a north-east road, his family were left heartbroken.
Camilla reveals north-east flood terror after she was woken by “most frightening noise I have ever heard in my life”
The Duchess of Rothesay has revealed the terror she felt as her Royal Deeside home was caught up in the worst flooding to ever hit the area.
A regeneration tsar has been unveiled as the man tasked to lead the Aberdeen City Centre masterplan project.
A hearing into a major development in a north-east town has been postponed.
An Aberdeenshire road which collapsed amid the worst flooding in the region in living memory re-opened yesterday ahead of schedule.
Work was suspended on Third Don crossing project yesterday as police and health and safety chiefs probed the tragic death of a worker.
Aberdeen City councillor Willie Young has been reprimanded by watchdogs after he accidentally leaked confidential legal advice about the controversial Marischal Square project.
A drink driver who caused a "tragic" fatal accident which destroyed the lives of north-east newly-weds has been jailed for four years.
A man has appeared in court charged with attempted murder after a pedestrian was struck by a car in Aberdeen.
From starring in celebrity music videos to dancing in the world's most famous cabaret show, Richard Rennie has been living the showbiz dream.
Keith Brown has heralded 2016 as a "major" year for the Aberdeen bypass as the project "moves up a gear" and the first sections of the new road finally open to the public.
Meet the four Aberdonians who are heading to Buckingham Palace to be honoured by The Queen.
The owner of a poorly pooch whose paw was crushed by a giant steel beam in a "horrific accident" has pleaded for help to buy her a prosthetic leg.
Ryan Taylor's life changed forever when his twin brother Scott was tragically killed in a car crash.
An Aberdeen care home has been slammed by inspectors after relatives said they had lost all confidence in staff who failed to deliver on promises that improvements would be made.
A bomb disposal unit has been called to Aberdeen’s police HQ. Officials have requested the assistance of a specialist team at the force’s Queen Street station. It is understood the team – which has travelled from Edinburgh – is picking up a “small item”. More information to follow.
Aberdeen’s Christmas Village ice rink has surely been the scene of many a spectacular stumble and fall over the festive period.
A big-hearted donor has pledged £10,000 to a cancer charity fronted by an inspirational Moray youngster – if it can encourage 10,000 people to make a single click online.
Dons players brought smiles to the faces of sick children yesterday when they made a surprise festive visit to the city's hospital.
A multimillion-pound scheme to transform a historic Aberdeen quarry has been backed by planning officials.
Police have confirmed that the body of a woman was discovered at the mouth of the River Don this morning.
A baby had to be rushed to intensive care after its heart rate dropped drastically with no explanation, an inquiry has heard.
Ruth Davidson vowed the Tory challenge to SNP dominance would be free from London meddling as she launched a 150-day countdown to the Holyrood election.