A man has been jailed for robbing a store as a member of staff was having a seizure - while his partner in crime was spared prison.
Woman describes ‘ridiculous’ treatment at the hands of holiday company after flight delayed by 31 hours
A north-east woman has described the “ridiculous” treatment she received while her family were delayed for 31 hours waiting to get a flight back to Aberdeen.
A young Aberdeen accountant has been rewarded for her work with a charity which combats loneliness.
Aberdeen City Council is on the lookout for a company to carry out the transformation of Union Terrace Gardens.
Emergency services have been in attendance at a two vehicle crash in Aberdeen. The call came in at around 4.20pm following a collision on Rosemount Place. The fire service sent two units from the central office and used a hose reel jet at the scene. More to follow.
Moray will soon become a must-visit destination for mountain biking of all abilities as work begins on a new biking skills area.
A Moray shop manager has hit out after thieves broke into his store and made off with charity tins.
Aberdeen will host a major new gin festival later this year in celebration of a drink that has soared to popularity.
The Church of Scotland will host a public event in Moray later this month to look at the future of coastal communities in the aftermath of Brexit.
Objectors have spoken out against plans to continue to use a north-east quarry amid concerns about its impact nearby roads.
Thousands of fans will descend on Pittodrie tonight to pay tribute to Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper.
Emergency services are in attendance at a gorse fire at Clasahach Quarry.
Councillors yesterday backed plans for major improvement works to be carried out at Buckie Harbour.
Emergency services are on the way to a crash between a car and a bike near a busy Aberdeen street.
An award-winning Moray adventure charity has been saved from closure following a successful fundraising campaign.
Police are keen to trace a German visitor to the Scotland last seen in Aberdeen.
Emergency services are in attendance at a serious crash on a north road.
Emergency services are in attendance at a collision between a car and a HGV on a north-east road.
The fire service has sent two appliances to a north-east town to deal with reports of flooding on the streets.
A sheriff is expected to make a ruling on a long-running dispute over fishermen getting access to a historic Aberdeen harbour later this year.
A woman has been found guilty of a string of historic child abuse charges.
The High Court in Aberdeen has heard how a horrified father rushed to give first aid to an injured worker and found his son near death.
A man has made a second appearance in court following an alleged attack in a north-east town.
Winner of first Great Aberdeen Run to offer training tips to businesses taking part in this year’s event
The man who won the Inaugural Great Aberdeen Run will offer training tips to one fortunate business which has signed up for the event this year.
A man who high-fived his friend after carrying out a brutal attack on a stranger in Aberdeen city centre has been spared jail.
NHS Grampian to issue formal apology to patient who faced ‘unreasonably delay’ for neurological treatment
NHS Grampian will issue a formal apology to a woman for an “unreasonable delay” in providing her neurological treatment said to have lowered her chance of recovery.
A newly founded think tank formed to look at the impact of Brexit held a meeting in Aberdeen last night.
HMP Grampian prisoner made weapon from metal shelf and turned it on staff who refused to let him play in football match
An inmate at a north-east jail attacked two prison officers with a homemade bladed weapon after he was refused the chance to play in a football match.
A north-east killer is back behind bars after he was caught with a knife in his pants.
A driving instructor ordered to stay away from his neighbour has been jailed for stalking her again - by using his job to lurk outside her work.
A man has appeared in court following an alleged assault in a north-east town.
Moray man who was jailed for filming himself abusing baby took video of another infant and shared it through Whatsapp
A Moray paedophile jailed for filming himself abusing a baby is facing a further prison sentence after he admitted taking a video of another infant and sharing it with fellow perverts through Whatsapp.