A bowling club which has repeatedly been targeted by vandals was left in ruins last night after a fire.
Placard-waving protesters last night launched a last-ditch appeal for councillors to reject plans for a housing development at Rubislaw Quarry.
Firefighters are battling a "well-developed" blaze at a former bowling club in Aberdeen.
Police have ramped up efforts to tackle fraudsters preying on vulnerable north-east pensioners with sophisticated telephone scams.
A Highland couple have backed calls to base a new air ambulance in the north-east - after they were each airlifted during separate rescue missions within a matter of weeks.
An Aberdeenshire man who started making his own butteries when his village bakery closed has seen them named the “best in the world”.
Organisers of the first World Buttery Championship have selected 10 bakers to compete for the title in Aberdeen today.
A woman who claims she endured 10 years of bullying at a government agency says she has been moved by global messages of support since taking her employers to tribunal.
A woman has told an employment tribunal how she contacted a Swiss suicide clinic following an alleged campaign of abuse from her male colleagues at a government agency.
A man has been jailed after a housing inspector noticed he was using his Aberdeen flat to grow cannabis worth thousands of pounds.
A north-east man has been jailed for attempting to secretly pass heroin to his brother inside Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
A man hurled a bottle of Prosecco through a window during a heated argument with his partner, causing £700 worth of damage to her home.
A teenager from Moray has been locked-up one week on from the birth of his baby after head-butting a police officer in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen man has been told he “should be ashamed of himself” after holding up his mum at knife-point.
An Orkney couple are supporting the campaign to bring a new charity air ambulance to the north-east, saying it could save lives by ensuring casualties on the islands receive more timely treatment.
A student has been fined for grabbing a woman by the hair and pulling her to the ground in Aberdeen city centre.
An Aberdeen man could be jailed for carrying out a “brutal and unprovoked” assault while dressed as comic book villain The Joker.
A 75-year-old shopkeeper suffered a heart attack after being assaulted by a man he had asked to leave the store.
A terrified woman disguised herself with a wig and glasses in a desperate attempt to avoid being hounded by the obsessive husband she fled from.
A beauty therapist has admitted assaulting three other women during a wild night out in Moray.
A man who caused mass panic when he threatened to blow his house up during a drugs binge has been spared prison.
Two bogus traders who terrorised Moray customers will have to wait another month to learn their fate after an address mix-up delayed sentencing at Elgin Sheriff Court.
The former owner of an Aberdeen takeaway restaurant has been fined £780 for failing to carry out hygiene improvements.
Aberdeen University is planning to create a pathway through its ancient campus to make it easier for disabled people to visit.
An Aberdeen musician brandished a knife at a teenager after becoming annoyed by the boy bouncing on a trampoline in front of his living room window.
A council education worker threatened to stab his partner in the eye as she breastfed their baby during a chilling campaign of abuse against women.
It is a long way from Buckie to Amarillo, but a Moray teenager has forged an unlikely bond with the music legend responsible for making the Texan town famous.
A Balaclava-clad knifeman terrorised teenagers celebrating the New Year when he gatecrashed a party and stabbed a man in a brutal revenge attack.
A man caught in illegal possession of a knife told police that he was carrying the blade as he was living in fear of drug dealers.
Putting on the wrong trousers had disastrous consequences for a north-east man who ended up “accidentally” taking a knife with him to court.
A Dons supporter arrested for chanting sectarian abuse during a recent game had been attending Pittodrie for more than 50 years without any trouble.
An oil worker attempted to drive home to Stonehaven after a night out in Aberdeen despite being “too drunk to stand”.