The student occupation at Aberdeen University ended yesterday following a nine day protest in the building.
Marischal College was lit up in blue and yellow last night to mark campaigning for World Down Syndrome Day.
Bus drivers in Aberdeen have voted to strike for four straight weeks unless a resolution to their dispute with First is resolved.
Runners are being offered the rare opportunity to take-off down an airport runway for charity.
Council bosses have warned that children’s education could be disrupted amid a series of 24-hour strikes by city bus drivers.
The cost of overtime needed to cut waiting times in north-east hospitals and health centres has dropped by nearly half in the last year.
A farmer saw more than £40,000 of vintage cars destroyed after his storage business burned to the ground at the weekend has said it will be some time before it recovers.
The first families have moved into a £13.5million council housing development in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen City Council has not paid out a single penny in compensation to motorists who claim their cars have been damaged by potholes - while neighbouring Aberdeenshire Council spent £50,000.
A housing developer has suggested making £350,000 of changes to a major Aberdeen road so that it can build 650 homes.
A motocross biker killed in a horrific car crash has been described as a “popular guy” who will be “sadly missed”.
Budding game designers from across Scotland flocked to the north-east to try their skills in a 48-hour pressure test.
A ground-breaking community buyout of a private plot of land in Aberdeen has taken another step forward following a “landslide” ballot.
A man has been taken to hospital following a fire at an Aberdeen farm.
Almost one in three NHS staff members were abused by patients while on the clock last year, according to shocking new figures.
An engineer who left his career in the oil industry to open up a cafe hopes his success will inspire other businesses to breathe new life into a Moray town.
A gardening guru joined school children yesterday to officially open a community orchard by planting the project’s final tree.
Community groups are being given an extra fortnight to potentially claim a share of £80,000.
Plans for a £12million sports complex in Elgin have been given a major funding boost - meaning building work can soon begin.
Cash-strapped Moray Council has vowed to push on with plans for a controversial new school - despite costs soaring to £42million.
A Moray shop has scooped the title of having the best chocolate ice cream in the UK - for the third time.
A cleaner being bitten on the ankle by a ferret resulted in one of the hundreds of pest control visits to Aberdeenshire schools in recent years.
A 65-year-old cycling enthusiast whose ultra-rare disease paused his pedalling for three decades says a lycra-clad celebrity is to thank for getting him back in the saddle.
A woman whose rare disease put her in hospital 13 times before she turned seven has shared her story to help others with her condition.
An Aberdeen academic awarded the highest honour of chivalry in Scotland has died at the age of 76.
The husband of a young mum battling cancer has launched an impassioned plea for strangers to help her live her dreams - through their own pictures and adventures.
Schoolchildren put their arithmetic skills under the magnifying glass this weekend by using maths to solve a murder.
The mother of a boy born with a rare disease says the fear and loneliness she felt raising him prompted her to start her own support network.
People living with rare diseases in the north-east are being given a lifeline with the launch of its first community group dedicated to the cause.
Motorists have racked up more than £1million in fines for speeding on the A90 road over the last three years.
Police have been forced to close a section of the A90 this afternoon after two car crashes.
Representatives from an internationally-renowned auction house will arrive in Aberdeen next week, helping a popular museum to raise funds to keep its doors open.