Thousands of people from across the region and beyond flocked to Aberdeen’s Highland Games yesterday to soak up some traditional fun in the sun.
Tourists and residents young and old were enjoying visiting the newly installed Oor Wullie sculptures in and around Aberdeen yesterday.
Students inspired by Brazillian shanty towns and North Sea dips triumph as Gray’s School of Art show gets under way
Students inspired by visiting the shantytowns of Brazil and freezing dips in the North Sea were the two main winners as this year’s Gray’s School of Art annual degree show was officially opened last night.
Motorists are being warned to expect further disruption after heavy rain resulted in the roadworks on the A95 Boat of Garten to Craigellachie road being prolonged.
Bird-lovers have been warned to be careful when approaching nests, after concerns were raised about people getting too close to a pair of kestrels near a coastal path in Buchan.
A former charity manager has told an employment tribunal that she was so intimidated by her boss she would avoid speaking to him.
A former policeman who volunteered with a north-east charity at the heart of an unfair dismissal row has told a tribunal that its chairman's management style "verged on bullying".
One of the north-east's biggest Michael Buble fans took home two VIP tickets to see her idol after being first to arrive at the mystery location where they had been stashed.
A north-east woman who has been given a terminal cancer diagnosis will fulfil one of her final wishes by recording a studio album - after securing the backing of an Aberdeenshire businessman who was amazed by her positive attitude.
A former resident of Nazareth House in Aberdeen has spoken exclusively to the Press and Journal about the “wicked” nuns and “hellish” life she endured at their hands.
A community was in shock last night after the body of an Aberdeenshire man who went missing off the coast of Spain was discovered 170ft beneath the sea.
Hundreds of healthcare professionals from across the north-east filled the AECC yesterday to learn about new ways of helping people who suffer from dementia.
Hundreds of comic book fans cleared shelves and snapped up bargains following the announcement that Aberdeen’s Forbidden Planet shop is coming to an end.
A businessman had a "lucky escape" when he emerged unscathed after being pinned between a toppled lorry and a steel fence following an early morning delivery mishap in Aberdeen.
Dozens of Aberdeen students have taken to the streets to demand action on climate change.
GALLERY: Ancient Aberdeen manuscript which details fantastical medieval beasts opens exhibition in Los Angeles
It sounds like a prequel to one of JK Rowling’s tales of imagined magical creatures.
The Press and Journal has gained a sneak preview of the long-awaited £34.5million revamp of Aberdeen’s Art Gallery.
A north-east bank which shut its doors amid a controversial string of closures last year could be brought back to life as a "Greggs-style" sandwich bar and take-away food outlet.
A teacher sacked by Aberdeenshire Council after just one week has been awarded damages following an employment tribunal.
A politics lecturer from Aberdeen University has challenged himself to run 10K every day in June.
A north-east cancer charity has appealed for volunteers to come forward to be models for its first ever fundraising calendar.
Motorists are being warned to be extra vigilant for the next few weeks as Scotland's young deer search for new territory.
Two youths charged in connection with alleged online trolling of six-year-old disabled Aberdeenshire girl
Two youths have been charged in connection with an alleged trolling incident against a disabled six-year-old disabled girl from Aberdeenshire.
One of the north-east's last World War II veterans has been given a touching Gordon Highlanders send-off following his death at the age of 98.
A long-awaited sculpture, commemorating five decades since a community was formed in Westhill, has finally been revealed at the main entrance to the town.
Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom resounded with applause for the fearless models who took to the stage during the weekend, as hundreds of people saluted their efforts at Courage on the Catwalk.
Offshore worker fined for drunken air rage rampage which caused almost £1,000 damage at Aberdeen Airport
An offshore worker who went on an “exceptionally drunken” air rage rampage causing nearly £1,000 of damage after being thrown off a plane bound for Teesside last year has been fined.
A serial stalker has been banned from contacting a woman after stalking her for over a month.
A desperate thief who stole £9,000 in chips from an Aberdeen casino had travelled to the city from Birmingham after being banned from every gambling den in England.
Award-winning Aberdeenshire artist appeals for help to gain British citizenship following death of husband
An award-winning Aberdeenshire-based artist is appealing for help to raise sufficient money for her to apply for British citizenship following the death of her Scottish husband.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie was on the European election campaign trail in the north-east yesterday as he helped deliver leaflet to households in Newtonhill and Aberdeen.
Pupils at an Aberdeen secondary school have lashed out at their “unfair” amount of study leave which ends a week before the end of all exams.