For almost 30 years, fans have been enjoying seeing some of the biggest stars in the north-east. But how much of those visits do you remember? Can you name the first act to perform there? And has returned the most? Take our quiz and test your AECC knowledge.
Officers in Shetland are investigating an assault which occurred in Lerwick at the weekend.
Building work is now well underway on the giant arena at Bught Park which will be at the centre of this weekend’s Inverness Highland Games & Gala festivities.
Police are appealing for information after two businesses in Fort Augustus were broken into overnight.
To mark the end of the AECC, we’ve had a look through our archives for pictures of some of the great shows fans have enjoyed through the years. Do you spot anyone you know? You can read more of our Remembering the AECC coverage here.
Hundreds of acts have wowed crowds with shows at the AECC since it opened in 1985. Check out our timeline to see how many of these shows you remember: And here’s the musical and comedy acts that have performed the most.
It's been almost 30 years since the first gig was held at the AECC.
An Aberdeen man has been traced after police issued an appeal to the public to help find him. Georden Williamson, 27, was reported missing from the Cornhill area of the city. He was last seen on Saturday morning. Police issued an appeal yesterday but have today said he has been traced safe and well.
Emergency services are currently dealing with an industrial incident in Peterhead.
Officers are appealing for witnesses following a housebreaking in the Station Road South area of Peterculter.
Two men, aged 70 and 60, were allegedly caught speeding at 101mph and 90mph during a weekend of activity on the A82.
Fort William, Wick, Strathpeffer… Comedian Alan Carr is bringing his new tour to the Highlands and islands
Funnyman Alan Carr is heading to the Highlands to play a score of gigs.
It's not long until you have the chance to see inside the new P&J Live venue.
Strictly Come Dancing star AJ Pritchard is stepping out on a UK tour - which includes a date at P&J Live.
Work to transform the historic Provost Skene’s House into a new visitor attraction is due to start later this month.
Police have issued a witness appeal after tools worth a mid-four-figure sum of money were stolen from an Aberdeenshire quarry.
Scottish music sensation Gerry Cinnamon today announced he will play P&J Live this autumn.
Moray’s economy is set to be transformed as the region celebrates securing £65 million for its Growth Deal.
A man has been arrested following the death of a woman at a property in Aberdeen this morning.
The Scottish SPCA has appealed to the public after two bearded dragons were found abandoned outside an animal rescue centre in Aberdeen.
Keepers at the Highland Wildlife Park have welcomed its first ever Eurasian crane chick.
An Aberdeen road has been cordoned off as emergency services deal with an ongoing incident. Police and ambulance were called out in the early hours of this morning to Clifton Road. Forensic officers have been spotted at the scene. More as we get it.
Crews were called out to a vehicle fire in Rothes this morning.
A Highland road remains closed after flooding hit the area.
Concerns have been raised that a planned energy park could be built too close to the St Fergus Gas Plant.
Lochpots Primary School in Fraserburgh celebrated its 40th birthday this week.
More than 50 writers submitted an entry to a new poetry contest at this year's Keith Festival of Traditional Music and Song.
Racing broadcaster John McCririck has died aged 79.
Motorists are facing delays this morning after a crash on the Tesco roundabout in Westhill.
A car and van have collided on the main route between Aberdeen and Inverness.
A motorcyclist has died after he collided with a pick-up on a Highland road.
The time of the Red Arrows display and everything else you need to know about Raf Lossiemouth family and friends day
A family and friends event will be held at Raf Lossiemouth and Kinloss Barracks today.