A project to develop green spaces across Aberdeenshire has begun as the region does its bit to hit ambitious emissions targets.
More than 1,000 homes in Aberdeen have been hit by a power cut this afternoon.
A north-east road has been closed in both directions due to a fallen tree.
A company which makes boxing equipment will give away 60 pairs of gloves to encourage underprivileged children into the sport.
Island MSPs have urged a rethink over the closure of the left luggage facility at Aberdeen railway station, which will be withdrawn next month.
Several flights to Aberdeen airport have been affected by fog.
Modern trains inspired by the famous high-speed "bullet" models used in Japan will be introduced across the north and north-east.
Inspectors have found that staff at an Aberdeenshire nursery were "not trained and competent in administering lifesaving medication".
Organisers of Aberdeen’s fast-growing crime fiction festival are opening up the event to local aspiring filmmakers.
One of Aberdeen’s oldest places of worship has been targeted by thieves.
An online food delivery firm has condemned two men who carried out a "totally unacceptable" attack on a courier in Aberdeen.
An international forestry conference comes to Aberdeen tomorrow, aiming to increase awareness and drive sustainable forestry up the national agenda.
A major north-east road is blocked this morning following a two-vehicle crash.
Aberdeenshire parents have been left in limbo after the bus company which takes their children to school announced imminent plans to cease trading.
Chrissie and Charlie Murray fell in love on the brink of World War II and had to put their romance on hold when Mr Murray was called to serve as an air gunner in the Far East.
One of Aberdeen’s most multicultural schools has been praised by inspectors.
Walking 20 miles across Aberdeenshire’s rugged terrain would challenge most people, but a north-east couple have managed it with their legs tied together.
Inspectors have carried out an intensive eight-month investigation into services in Aberdeen for children in need of care, and yesterday published a report praising the system.
Tens of thousands of pounds worth of materials have been stolen in a series of raids on construction sites and industrial estates in Aberdeen.
A north-east burn once teeming with wildlife has again fallen victim to a mystery contamination.
A day care centre for children in Aberdeen has received top marks after an unannounced inspection.
98-year-old former prisoner of war from Aberdeen searching for other soldiers who survived Nazi camps
An Aberdeen man who was imprisoned for five years by the Nazis is searching for survivors of the POW camps.
An Aberdeenshire hospital is getting an artistic makeover to improve the environment for patients, staff and visitors.
A north-east science centre is looking for a new chief executive to prepare the facility for lift-off in the future.
‘My question to those responsible would simply be why did you do it?’: Family devastated after vandals target classic vehicles in late night rampage
A vintage vehicle enthusiast has told of his family's horror after waking to find vandals had caused thousands of pounds of damage to his collection during a late night rampage.
A man has been charged following a pro-independence march in Aberdeen.
A community stalwart has died playing the game he loved.
An Aberdeen bus company has been slated by locals after announcing proposals to axe a busy city route.
A counsellor who has devoted thousands of hours to helping vulnerable children has been nominated for a volunteering prize.
There have been urgent calls for an immediate halt to mountain hare culls after a new report revealed an alarming decline in their population.
An Aberdeen nursery has been given top marks following an unannounced inspection.
Staff devastated after north-east pre-school targeted for fifth time in a year by ‘nasty and spiteful’ vandals
Devastated staff at an Aberdeen pre-school have spoken out in the wake of repeated attacks by “nasty and spiteful” vandals.