A man accused of approaching a nine-year-old girl in Aberdeen with a large piece of wood and making offensive comments has been remanded in the Royal Cornhill Hospital.
A delivery driver banned from the roads after hitting 111mph claimed he’d been advised by his garage to accelerate to sort problems with his “turbo”.
A man has admitted to being involved in the ram raid of a north-east shop which caused £7,000 worth of damage.
North-east bakery boss jailed and put on sex offender register after being found with thousands of indecent images of children
The reputation of the boss of Aberdeen’s most iconic bakery is in tatters after he was jailed for 18 months yesterday for amassing a sickening cache of child abuse images.
Three north-east men, who acted like “1920s gangsters”, by abducting a man in Aberdeen in a bid to reclaim money owed to them have been spared jail.
A north-east road is partially closed following a two vehicle collision.
Ten people have been charged as part of an ongoing police operation to tackle drugs misuse, violence and antisocial behaviour in the north-east.
Dons receive £1m funding boost to build training and community sports facilities at new Kingsford stadium
Aberdeen FC has received a £1 million funding boost to build training and community sports facilities at the new Kingsford stadium.
Police were called to a north-east school yesterday after a pupil was involved in a disturbance involving a knife.
The Aberdeen Artists’ Society will host a fortnight-long exhibition at Haddo House next month.
KT Tunstall and Amy McDonald to perform in four Scottish cities in one evening to raise awareness of homelessness
Pop star KT Tunstall returned to her busking roots yesterday afternoon giving a special impromptu performance in Dundee city centre.
Aberdeen woman drove at six times the legal limit to buy cigarettes and told police her husband had been driving
A north-east woman got behind the wheel of a car to buy cigarettes when six times over the drink driving limit and told police it was her husband who had been driving.
North-east woman who committed ‘despicable and mean’ crime of stealing from 87-year-old with dementia spared jail
A serial offender who carried out the “despicable and mean” act of befriending a pensioner with dementia so she could steal from his pension has been spared jail.
An employment tribunal was yesterday told that there was no evidence of a former shop worker’s “outbursts” at her work being caused by her anxiety condition.
A woman who has taken the John Lewis store in Aberdeen to a tribunal, claiming they failed to accommodate her anxiety, has been accused of failing to tell her employers about her condition.
A former John Lewis employee claims she quit her job after her employers failed to take steps to help her carry out her work while dealing with anxiety.
A man has appeared in court after police recovered about £10,000 of drugs in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen man has been jailed for his part in a botched Christmas Day bank raid.
A Merseyside drug courier is facing jail after being caught bringing more than £110,000 worth of cannabis into the north-east.
A workman who conned a pensioner out of nearly £6,000 has been spared jail.
An 82-year-old retired chief executive who exposed himself to two Aberdeen children waiting at a bus stop has avoided any punishment.
A man has been fined for a drunken assault in Aberdeen city centre.
A north-east drug dealer has been jailed for five years after being found in possession of a disguised stun gun following a raid on his home.
A man has appeared in court following an alleged sexual assault in Aberdeen city centre at the weekend.
A man has appeared in court following an alleged bomb hoax in Aberdeen.
A man visiting from the Philippines made plans to meet up with a 14-year-old boy in a city hotel - only to discover he had been snared by a group of vigilantes.
A north-east woman has admitted befriending an 87-year-old man with dementia so she could plunder his pension.
North-east man drives two days after being banned – because he thought disqualification would not have been processed
A north-east man jumped behind the wheel of his mother’s car two days after being banned from the roads - in the mistaken belief the disqualification would not have been processed.
A north-east offshore worker has been banned from the roads and ordered to carry out unpaid work after attempting to dodge a drink driving conviction.
Hundreds of homes in Aberdeen are have been hit by a power cut which is not expected to be resolved for more than two hours.
Volunteer accused of speeding while delivering emergency medical equipment to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary cleared of offence
An ambulance technician accused of speeding while delivering emergency medical equipment to the city hospital has spoken of his relief at being cleared of the offence.
North-east men jailed for 17 years in total after being found guilty of armed robbery in Fraserburgh
Two men who barged into a north-east flat armed with a sawn-off shotgun have been jailed for a total of 17 years.