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.
Aberdeen scientists’ new research into stillbirths finds no hereditary link between mothers and daughters
New research carried out by Aberdeen scientists have found women are no more likely to have a stillbirth just because their mother may have had one.
One of the UK’s biggest acts will play their only Scottish gig in Aberdeen later this year.
Childline founder Dame Esther Rantzen visited the helpline’s base in Aberdeen yesterday to say a special thank you to the charity’s oldest volunteer and to urge more people to help.
A disused Victorian school site in Royal Deeside will be converted into 24 affordable homes.
Friends and family of a popular Moray publican are preparing to hike up Ben Rinnes in his memory.
Two Aberdeen students have been commended for their creativity at the annual Tailor’s trade awards.
Thousands of people flooded the sun-soaked streets of Aberdeen to discover the new works created for Nuart.
A group of hardy fundraisers hot-footed it across a trail of burning embers this weekend.
Eddi Reader shocked at witnessing ‘marauding’ group of youths on Aberdeen street moments before Music Hall gig
Scottish singer Eddi Reader has spoken out about her shock at witnessing an “aggressive” street attack just moments before heading to her gig at the Music Hall last night.
A man has been taken to hospital by helicopter after a medical issue on board a supply boat.
A Hollywood A-lister has announced he will be bringing his UK tour to Aberdeen later this year.
Grampian health bosses have been ordered to apologise to the family of a diabetic woman who endured “extremely poor” nursing care in hospital before she died.
A nurse has been struck off after being convicted of sexual assault.
Police are appealing for information after the reported theft and subsequent crash of a car from an Aberdeen street earlier this week.
Aberdeen International Airport staff strikes could be averted if mediation talks are successful next week
Strike action at Aberdeen International Airport could be averted if mediation talks next week are successful.
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary chiefs have assured patients that their “robust” cleaning procedures will prevent any infections similar to those which led to the deaths of two people at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow.
Plans for a new multi-million-pound health centre to replace three ageing Aberdeen GP practices were backed by health chiefs yesterday.
Pupils from across the north-east put on a spectacular display of stage performances at the weekend as they competed in this year’s Global Rock Challenge.
An Act of Remembrance will be held today for the 16 men who died in a helicopter tragedy off the coast of Peterhead.
Holidaymakers could face “widespread disruption” and delays this summer if airport workers vote in favour of strike action.
Council leaders are considering alternative proposals that could return some form of bus service to an Aberdeenshire village.
More than half of people in the north and north-east think local police do not patrol their areas regularly, according to a new study into the single force.
Over-stretched police are struggling to meet their target times for progressing cases to the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, new research has revealed.