Royal Bank of Scotland paid £16million in bonuses to executives last year – almost twice the amount it will make from selling off branches in many parts of the country.
A man who drunkenly punched his brother in the head at the older sibling’s engagement party has been ordered to pay him compensation.
A drink driver who crashed into a taxi on New Year’s Day leaving passengers injured has been jailed for three years.
A school bus driver has lost his job after being filmed by pupils using his phone behind the wheel.
A pensioner accused of driving a mobility scooter while drunk and falling into the River Dee will face no further court action.
A man has been jailed after he broke into an Aberdeen home and stole thousands of pounds worth of property - leaving a small girl plagued with nightmares.
A north-east woman pretended she had been kidnapped and was in danger of being hurt in order to scare her boyfriend into paying to save her.
Two legends of Scottish football reunited yesterday to reminisce about the glory days in aid of a north-east charity.
Aberdeen University is investigating after hateful graffiti was scrawled across numerous buildings of the King’s College campus.
A Highland League boss has been found guilty of a road rage attack – which resulted in him wrapping a seatbelt around his victim’s neck.
A north-east fire service employee has been placed under supervision and fined £400 for stalking her estranged husband and his new girlfriend.
The city council was yesterday accused of wasting money over proposed plans to spend £30,000 on new uniforms for staff.
Hopes are high that the wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could take place in the north-east.
Police are hunting for “despicable” vandals who damaged dozens of graves at a historic cemetery in Aberdeen.
A man has admitted taking bribes to reduce the value of council houses being sold off in Aberdeen.
A north-east man is due to go on trial next month accused of crashing a mobility scooter in Aberdeen while drunk.
A woman has admitted befriending a pensioner to get into her home and steal her purse.
A visionary social worker who transformed care in Aberdeen has died at the age of 68.
The baby meerkats in the Pets’ Corner in Hazlehead Park have been named after the two rivers in Aberdeen.
The city council has ruled out erecting a new building to replace an overcrowded primary school.
A serial offender was yesterday jailed for nine months after hitting speeds of up to 100mph on a north-east road.
A man has appeared in court following the “significant” seizure of drugs in Aberdeen.
A man appeared in court yesterday charged with drug and traffic offences after an alleged incident on a major north-east road.
A fisheries officer who claims she was “tied to a chair” during a decade of harassment has taken the Scottish Government to court.
Four dedicated north-east volunteers have been rewarded for their stalwart efforts with British Empire Medals.
A man and a woman were saved by the Dundonnell Mountain Rescue team while walking in the Highlands.
An Aberdeen man has been banned from owning pets for three years after kicking his dog in the nether regions.
Two men are facing life imprisonment after being found guilty of the “brutal, senseless” murder of their housemate in Aberdeen city centre.
A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of two men accused of killing their former housemate in a property in Aberdeen city centre.
A man has appeared in court after drugs worth £40,000 were recovered in Aberdeen city centre.
A lawyer representing a man accused of murder in Aberdeen city centre has claimed his client has no history of violence - unlike his co-accused.
Two men on trial for murdering their housemate in Aberdeen city centre have blamed each other for his death.