The trophy which will be lifted by the continent’s top footballing nation will be showcased in the north-east tomorrow.
Peterhead prison officers seize more suspected drugs deliveries in last four months than all of last year
The number of packages north-east prison guards have seized on suspicion of drugs has soared in a matter of months, according to new figures.
Scores of performers will put their best foot forward in Aberdeen this week to mark the 14th annual Dancelive festival.
A record 10,000 people flocked to this year’s Aberdeen International Comedy Festival, organisers have revealed.
A shoplifter has been sentenced to six months in prison after staging three raids on an Aberdeen chemist.
A man has been jailed for threatening his “drinking buddy” with a six-foot metal chain in Aberdeen city centre.
Aberdeen man jailed after hiding ‘very large’ kitchen knife under clothing and threatening neighbour
An Aberdeen man has been jailed after brandishing a large kitchen knife at a neighbour following an evening of drinking over the festive period.
The mother of an Aberdeen murder victim has made an emotional appeal for her daughter’s killer to apologise and explain why she did it.
Sparklers have been banned from an upcoming Moray fireworks display after organisers warned they are an “accident waiting to happen”.
Animal lovers have been scouring Elgin and its surrounding area for a newly-rehomed dog who has gone missing.
An Aberdeenshire student was left “very excited” after getting the keys to a brand new Vauxhall Corsa in a charity raffle.
A task force has been set up to improve eyecare in Scotland, off the back of summit organised by a north-east academic.
Parents of newborns in Aberdeen will be shown how to safely carry their babies before they leave hospital.
A poignant memorial to some of the north-east men killed in the First World War has been restored and unveiled in a new home.
A range of events will be held over the coming days to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week.
A team of Moray fighter jet pilots have been deployed with the Royal Malaysian Air Force as part of a high-level training exercise.
A hands-on competition has been launched to encourage young people from across the north-east to consider a career in construction.
The First Minister has pledged to help “wherever we can” following pleas for emergency funding to remedy the destruction of last week’s Aberdeenshire floods.
Holidaymakers will soon be able to fly from Aberdeen to Cornwall, following the announcement of a new air route.
Older patients stuck in hospital can age the equivalent of 30 years in just three weeks, according to a new report.
The heart-broken children of an Aberdeen woman found dead in her flat have paid tribute to a “much-loved mum, daughter, grandma and friend.”
The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay were given a true taste of the north-east yesterday with a tour of some of the region’s most popular tourist destinations.
Villagers have pleaded for action to improve safety at a problem junction next to an Aberdeenshire school, which they say is endangering the lives of children.
Staff at an Aberdeen day care centre failed to learn children’s names and “did not always prioritise” their safety.
A chronic shortage of specialist teachers is preventing some north-east youngsters from taking the Stem subjects they are passionate about.
The woman behind next month’s Aberdeen International Comedy Festival says the impact it will have on city centre business is no laughing matter.
Police have launched a murder inquiry after a 54-year-old woman was found dead in her own home.
All things gaming and pop culture props from wizards and Westeros to feature at north-east convention
Aberdeen will be awash with all things entertainment next week, as the city’s largest gaming and pop culture event makes its return.
An Aberdeen doctor who said he was not “dishonest” for accepting payments for work he had not performed has been suspended.
A 97-year-old veteran who parachuted over the Dutch city he was captured in 75 years ago was given a hero’s welcome as he arrived home in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen school has been closed to all pupils this morning because of a burst pipe.
An eclectic series of classical compositions – some of which have seldom been played live in the north-east – are to be performed to mark a historical organisation’s 85th anniversary.