An Aberdeen hospital has been criticised for poor record-keeping which could have led to psychiatric patients receiving drugs that were not authorised in consent forms.
Aberdeen FC bosses detailed the club’s fruitless search for a new stadium over the past two decades as they explained why the Kingsford site is now its only option.
Aberdeen Football Club has warned that its drive to find a new home is its “last chance” to cement its place among Scotland’s elite clubs.
Aberdeen Football Club has released eye-opening digital footage of how its proposed new stadium is planned to look, as part of a campaign to rally support for the development.
The owner of an Aberdeen pub hailed as the “Rovers Return of its neighbourhood” is pressing ahead with plans to replace its lounge with a block of student flats.
Granite City residents fear that its centre risks losing its sparkle due to “huge splodges” of tarmac which have been laid in place of paving stones following repairs.
Motorists have been warned of disruption this weekend due to continuing work on the Aberdeen bypass.
Fears have been raised that children are risking life and limb by clambering up a massive pile of rubble at the site of a former Aberdeen school.
An abandoned Aberdeen art supplies shop has been reborn as a cultural haven displaying thought-provoking creative works.
Further efforts have been made to brighten up the centre of Aberdeen, with vibrant images transforming previously unremarkable doors of local businesses.
Emergency services were called to a north-east beauty spot after a car rolled from a harbour wall and was left with its front end dangling into the sea.
The friends and family of a young north-east man who suffered life-changing brain injuries in a car crash are raising thousands to help him get around.
Huge steel beams are being lowered into place to form the arena of the new £333million Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC).
The Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen has lodged plans to create a replica World War I trench in an effort to lure more visitors.
An animal lover from Aberdeen is bound for Cambridge University to study veterinary medicine after scoring some stunning exam results.
Aberdeen residents have breathed a sigh of relief after a bus firm axed an unpopular route which forced double-deckers to edge past parked cars along a one-way street.
Torry residents have renewed a safety appeal amid claims that a “polluted” waterway through the area has begun to bubble due to the toxic pollution.
The Queen chuckled as she made amends with an old foe at Balmoral yesterday - a “mischevious” pony who tried to bite her during a previous holiday there.
Sleep-deprived Moray residents say their lives have been made a misery by a clanking manhole cover.
A war veteran has been presented with his military honours more than 70 years after surviving the D-Day landings.
The US Navy will “routinely” base its spy planes at RAF Lossiemouth as the Moray base develops its own fleet tasked with patrolling the North Sea.
A Moray man has been ordered to pay his ex-partner £400 in compensation after threatening to “torture” her during a bitter telephone tirade.
Police have launched an investigation after a couple approached two young girls in a seaside Moray village.
A Moray farmer has surrendered his firearms after being arrested for leaving a shotgun unattended in an unlocked portable cabin.
A north-east football coach has admitted subjecting a woman and a young girl to years of abuse.
A Moray mum is looking forward to a new and improved family life - after the “blessing” of having a leg amputated.
An “eyesore” statue of Jesus has been removed from a picturesque Moray attraction based on the bible amid plans to resurrect interest in the site.
Rural communities have been pitched into a “them or us” battle against one another over the route of a new dual carriageway.
A politician who is no stranger to the football field has backed a Moray sports group’s quest to develop a new generation of talented young players.
An NHS Grampian probe has determined there was no wrongdoing in the treatment of a Moray woman who was left unable to walk following a hip replacement operation.
A Moray woman has taken advantage of technology to ensure she will always be able to speak in her own voice, despite having a degenerative illness.
A Moray man’s beloved dog was almost killed after his nephew hurled a paving slab through his bedroom window - and missed the pet’s head by inches.