A lifeline charity which supports youngsters from across the north-east could be forced to shut its doors in a matter of months.
Community gardeners have been left “heartbroken” after their Aberdeen allotments were trashed by vandals.
Scientists in Aberdeen believe they have discovered a medication “game-changer” which could save thousands of lives and ease health budgets by millions.
The campaign group which lodged a legal challenge against Aberdeen FC's £50m Kingsford stadium plans has said it will not challenge its approval.
The state of Broad Street in Aberdeen has been described as “verging on shambolic”, with structural issues appearing just months after a £3.2 million revamp.
Jazz will ring out across the streets of Aberdeen for the next 11 days with the return of a renowned music festival.
Many have passed through its doors in search of a petrifying pint or creepy cocktail, but one Aberdeen venue could soon be swapping horror for brightly-coloured boozy brunches.
Her words have long championed the often harsh but always beautiful Carngorm Mountain range.
Police have apologised for breaking down the front door of an Aberdeen teacher’s family home then handcuffing him in front of his children in a case of mistaken identity.
Aberdeen teacher allegedly took vulnerable pupil on nights out and gave them secret sex education lessons
An Aberdeen teacher gave a pupil with additional support needs unauthorised sex education lessons and took them on nights out where they drank alcohol, it has been alleged.
Known to contemporary audiences as Leonard in the US sitcom Community, Richard Erdman had more than seven decades of acting experience under his belt.
A north-east woman has revealed she is thankful every day for the stranger who saved her life by donating a kidney.
Road closures on the A90 around Fraserburgh will be in place for the next two weeks, while £160,000 of carriageway improvements are carried out.
A nationwide campaign tapping into the “biggest fears” of child groomers has been launched, with criminals being implored to seek help before it is too late.
The mentality of “but it doesn’t happen here” when it comes to child sexual exploitation is still prevalent in Scotland – and the misconception is stopping youngsters getting vital help, a leading charity has said.
A speckled wood butterfly has become the 1.5-millionth animal logged by north-east wildlife watchers.
A group dedicated to preserving memories of Aberdeen’s past for future generations will have its first meeting next month.
Members of the public are being urged to share their views about the redevelopment of a main Aberdeen thoroughfare to help shape future council policy.
Scores of schoolchildren have taken part in a special event to mark the upcoming dualling of a major Moray road.
A special pot luck supper competition will be held in Aberdeen to raise funds for a north-east cancer care centre.
Aberdeen University has received a commendation for supporting its increasingly-diverse student population.
Motorists are being urged to be prepared and stay cautious with the return of a freezing wintry snap across Scotland today.
It is thought at least one person has been hurt after a car crashed into parked vehicles in Aberdeen this afternoon. Police were called to Carden Place at around 2.45pm and closed the road at 3.30pm. It re-opened to traffic just before 8.30pm.
Designs based on famous faces, paintings, nature and pastimes have been picked to line Scotland’s streets for the country’s largest ever public art trail.
An Aberdeen sofa store has been fined for misleading customers about its sale prices.
Four fire engines have been sent to tackle a house blaze in Keith.
Sir Vince Cable will step down as leader of the Liberal Democrats in May.
A 34-year-old man has appeared in court charged with death by dangerous driving following an Aberdeenshire crash which killed three people.
Budding medical professionals from across the north-east are to get a glimpse inside the human body with the arrival of a touring dissection show.
Inspectors praise ‘solid foundation’ two years on from damning report into Moray children’s services
A government watchdog says progress has been made but “there is still more work to do” in improving Moray’s services for children.
A multi-million-pound project to upgrade the train lines north of Aberdeen will be finished by the end of summer.
A 34-year-old man has been charged with alleged road traffic offences following a crash on the A90 which killed three people.