Frustrated residents are being left on hold for up to an hour to report urgent public health hazards, road defects and housing repairs.
Police investigating the death of a man outside his home near Sauchen say it is not being treated as suspicious.
A decades-old spruce in the heart of Scotland’s whisky country is among the contenders to be named the Woodland Trust’s Tree of the Year.
An Aberdeen church which has been left homeless for seven years is preparing to move into a historic new home in the heart of the city.
Fire crews were sent to the Gramps at Kincorth this evening with yet another wildfire breaking out.
A German language and literature expert has been appointed as the new senior vice-principal of Aberdeen University.
Farming chiefs are calling for tougher punishments for livestock worriers following a sheep attack so violent the photographs of the aftermath are unpublishable.
A sensational artist has been booked to bring the house down for one of the AECC’s final gigs.
Sunday’s Japan Day celebrations in Aberdeen broke attendance numbers with 3,623 visitors - up 60% on last year.
A former Aberdeen school is being investigated amid allegations of child abuse.
Before it has even welcomed its first guest, V&A Dundee has been hailed as providing a “fire in the belly” not seen in the City of Discovery for years.
All eyes are firmly on Scotland this week with the grand opening of its newest cultural landmark now just days away.
A couple who met in the north-east will have a celebration with a difference this weekend as they both mark their 100th birthdays.
The organiser of Aberdeen’s eighth annual Art Fair has hailed the event as a “great success”.
It’s feared that dozens of people in the north and north-east have died waiting for an organ transplant since 2013, according to new NHS figures.
Community leaders have slammed the “completely selfish” louts, who left discarded drug paraphernalia in the playground of a city school.
City councillors are preparing to make one of the local authority’s largest-ever investments in Aberdeen’s school estate.
Fire crews have been called to attend to a large blaze at The Gramps in Aberdeen.
Theresa May has made a trip to the north-east to meet with the Queen and attend a church service.
A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital after a crash on a north-east road this afternoon.
An Aberdeen kirk threw open its front doors to the public yesterday but a couple getting hitched led to a hitch of another kind.
A ladies’ lunch has raised more than £60,000 for a north-east children’s charity.
Fire crews have been redeployed to The Gramps near Kincorth for the second grass fire there this evening.
A historic Aberdeenshire bridge has been shut for emergency repairs after yet another crash with a lorry.
Eagle-eyed volunteers could be trained to wield speed guns and spot dangerous drivers by police in Aberdeen.
Organisers of the UK Mountain Soaring Competition in Aboyne have said the week long event is going “magnificently”.
Crunch talks will take place today aimed at ending the scallop row deadlock in the English Channel.
Fed-up residents are breathing a sigh of a relief as a community park promised more than a decade ago is finally coming to fruition.
Coastguard teams were called out to search the hills of Shetland this evening following reports of two people going missing.
Intrepid gliders are taking to the Aberdeenshire skies this week with their sights set on the Cairngorms – and beyond.
Donald Trump is understood to be considering another visit to Scotland - including a stop-off in Aberdeenshire - just months after jetting in for a two-day retreat at one of his luxury golf resorts.
Sick children in the north-east will be given a boost from the eighth annual Aberdeen Art Fair.