A guitar signed by dozens of Scotland’s biggest names will be auctioned off in Aberdeen to raise cash for charity.
An honourary professor at Aberdeen University has been named as an “outstanding woman of Scotland” by an organisation which celebrates all that is best about the country.
The first of ScotRail’s multi-million pound fleet of “high-speed” trains broke down on its maiden voyage after an overzealous driver tooted its horn for too long.
NHS Grampian is examining staff at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for tuberculosis (TB) after a porter was diagnosed with the infectious disease.
A man has been arrested after £1,000 worth of jackets were allegedly stolen from a Deeside clothes shop.
A new piece of music will be played in unison by musicians across the world as a way of ensuring that the First World War continues to be remembered beyond its centenary.
A previously “run-down” sports centre has undergone a colourful makeover as part of a £250,000 improvement project.
Moray Council has been accused of breaching the privacy of employees after personal details about a worker were left open for her colleagues to see on a shared computer system.
Residents in an Aberdeenshire village are hopeful that a public meeting will help to solve the problem of a pong in the air which has plagued them for decades.
A convicted sex offender has had his sentence slashed after arguing that only one of the acts a jury found him guilty of was backed up by a second witness.
Developers have marked a “major milestone” in the creation of the new AECC by unveiling images which offer a glimpse inside.
A woman has been injured after her car skidded from the road at an Aberdeen industrial estate, landed on its side and crashed through a wall.
Passengers have been frustrated by a reduced rail service between Aberdeen and Stonehaven one week on from a derailment which caused days of disruption in the north-east.
ScotRail has been urged to provide more trains for Dons supporters travelling to an upcoming cup tie - after the network suggested they avoid the railway because it might be too busy.
Motorists are facing delays after a crash between a lorry and a car at an Aberdeen roundabout this evening.
A man has appeared in court accused of attempted murder after a “friendly gentleman” was attacked outside his home in Aberdeen.
The shocking level of mistreatment pensioners were subjected to by “cruel” workers at a north-east care home has been revealed by inspectors.
Diaries penned by a north-east soldier, which offer a fascinating insight into the First World War, have been rescued from a skip and put on public display.
The derailment at Stonehaven coincided with another disappointment for rail users as a “high-speed” train broke down on its first trip between Aberdeen and Edinburgh shortly before.
An investigation has been launched into a railway blunder which turned a “milestone day” for Scotrail into an “embarrassment” and caused chaos for hundreds of commuters.
It sounds like something from The Twilight Zone.
The new multimillion pound fleet of “high-speed” trains running between Aberdeen and Edinburgh will not make journeys significantly quicker until at least next December.
Work has begun on transforming a former Aberdeen electrical shop into a supermarket, after unpopular plans to convert it into student accommodation were ditched.
The first of a fleet of new high-speed trains will travel from Aberdeen next week.
North-east students are being offered free drug-testing kits to check whether they have been sold dangerous ecstasy pills.
A north-east charity has launched a £100,000 fundraising campaign to transform a bungalow into a housing complex which will allow disabled people to live more independently.
An Aberdeen nursery, which was previously criticised for offering an “old and tired” setting for children, has been praised for transforming its surroundings.
An Aberdeenshire animal charity has created a video capturing its record-breaking summer months.
Almost 80% of Moray mums have been forced to give birth outwith the region since its only maternity ward was downgraded in July.
A man has died after falling from an Aberdeen bridge.
A “remarkable collection” of antiques and artwork from a historic mansion will go under the hammer next week.
A women’s football team looks poised to join the “sundae league” after scooping a sweet donation from a north-east ice cream maker.