A public meeting will be held tonight to discuss ways to tackle a gang of gulls terrorising a quiet Aberdeen community.
The number of foreign workers coming to start life in the north-east has dropped dramatically in the three years since Brexit was announced.
There will be more roads disruption as investigations take place into the flooding problems that have plagued an Aberdeen neighbourhood.
An ageing population combined with collapsing numbers of staff has created the “perfect storm” for social care in Aberdeen, it has been claimed.
A Scottish aid worker has described the devastation after a horrific cyclone ripped through Africa.
Department for International Development (DFID) Malawi head of office, David Beer, said the country was "a friend in need".
Primary pupils have launched a Clean Aberdeen campaign to make the Granite City sparkle.
Plans for a new multi-million-pound health centre to replace three aging Aberdeen GP practices could take a step forward - with patients talking to doctors via videolink and email.
An eight-week bus diversion should be made permanent, an Aberdeen councillor has said.
An Aberdeenshire father-of-four will brave the dangers of the Atlantic Ocean as he aims to become the first person to complete a row across the water in a boat he made himself.
Aberdeen Lord Provost Barney Crockett inspected a special police troop as he visited Guyana to build relations.
Headlines dating back more than 60 years have been unearthed for the first time in decades by a north-east P&J reader.
A north-east MP has criticised an Aberdeen University student body’s motion to boycott Israeli products- saying it will have a “severe impact” on the institution.
Pupils at a new multi-million-pound Aberdeen secondary school are to be quizzed about whether they would like segregated toilets - following concerns about the unisex facilities.
Lifeboat crews were toasted at a north-east bar as charity funds were handed over.
Proposals to erect a 40-ft steel pole near an Aberdeen conservation area will be debated by councillors this week.
Aberdeen council bosses have spent more than £23,000 to help just four senior civil servants work in the city in the last three years.
Senior staff at cash-strapped Aberdeen City Council have spent nearly £200,000 on credit cards in the past three years.
A Scottish charity is calling for action after new figures revealed a spike in the number of visually impaired secondary school pupils.
Scores of serving and former police officers and staff gathered at an Aberdeen church at the weekend to honour more than 100 fallen comrades from the force.
Residents of a quiet Aberdeen street have described their shock after a fatal house fire.
NHS Grampian has warned people not to fall for a scam that informs them a former partner has a sexually transmitted disease.
Long-awaited maintenance work on a popular Aberdeen green space has been delayed- because council chiefs have come up with new plans for the site.
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It would have been a common sight for Queen Victoria as she took the train along the Old Deeside Railway line up to her highland home in Balmoral.
An historic set of religious garments worn by the brother of Jacobite legend Bonnie Prince Charlie are to be displayed in the north-east.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost Barney Crockett has spoken at a high-level conference in the United States, rubbing shoulders with the likes of the crown princess of Denmark and the American secretary of state.
Brakes have been applied to a proposal for a one-way street in Aberdeen - despite warnings of “Mexican stand-offs” between drivers.
A decision to remove caps on primary one class sizes in Aberdeen was branded a “retrograde step” yesterday.
A high-profile free parking scheme in Aberdeen has been scrapped.
A driver has had to be cut free from a lorry after a crash on the A90.
A multi-million pound Aberdeen traffic-busting scheme that has been 15 years in the works has been delayed again.
A fundraising drive has been launched to raise money for defibrillators after the kit saved a teenage runner in the Mearns.