An Aberdeen charity founder has been left "disheartened" after callous cyber criminals hacked into the group's bank account and stole almost £900.
An Aberdeen charity is celebrating the success of its pop up charity shop.
A community group is hoping to entice people to shop local after benefiting from Scotmid funding.
Aberdeenshire will toast every brand of music with a new competition launched to find the "sound of the north east."
A former headteacher at two north-east schools has died at the age of 88 after a battle with Parkinson's.
A Swedish author has written a book about adapting to life in the north-east of Scotland.
Cleaners unable to properly disinfect NHS Grampian community hospitals due to their crumbling condition
The crumbling condition of community hospitals in the north-east is preventing cleaners from being able to disinfect them properly, a recent inspection has found.
Aberdeen burger van owners left increasingly fearful amid spate of thefts – with stock and knives raided
Food vendors in Aberdeen say they are becoming increasingly anxious after being targeted by thieves who have stolen stock and equipment - including knives.
An Aberdeen choir which scooped a top prize at the Royal National Mod hopes their success will give Gaelic a boost in the north-east.
An Aberdeen charity has received nearly £10,000 funding from the National Lottery.
The creators of the Aberdeen Student Show have announced its 2020 performance will envisage an alternate future for the city.
Smile Scotland will be auctioning off a number of unusual and rare antiques to raise money for its work.
Award-winning Scottish journalist and author, Deborah Orr, has died of breast cancer aged 57.
A shocking new study has revealed food poverty's growing impact on the long-term health of Scots.
Aberdeen's Broad Street fountain will remain closed following an inspection yesterday.
Outrage as flyers handed out at Aberdeen University say ‘smiling and laughing’ are ‘possible signs of consent’
A student group has come under fire after issuing leaflets advising that smiling and laughter could be taken as "possible signs of consent".
A group of north-east Scouts have spent a week in Belarus teaching English and learning Russian.
A man has appeared in court accused of acting aggressively towards Aberdeen North MP Kirsty Blackman and two of her employees.
A man whose criminal record is so bad that he is legally prohibited from threatening "anyone in Aberdeen" has been spared jail for his latest offences.
Police are investigating claims a disabled woman in Aberdeen was locked in her flat - with strong glue.
A "deeply ashamed" Aberdeen woman has been fined £500 after injuring a motorcyclist by knocking him from his bike.
An Aberdeen mum has been banned from the road after being caught driving at nearly five times the alcohol limit - only months after passing her test.
A newly-wed caught with a stash of Class A drugs bought for festival season has been fined.
Young Aberdeen space fans are being encouraged to visit the Planetarium for a galactic journey.
The team behind a Doris Day musical is confident that its tour of towns across the north-east could pave the way for more shows to visit smaller communities.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen have admitted to a street lighting error after residents claimed dim bulbs put their safety at risk.
An annual bulb planting event took place earlier this week at Midstocket Church.
Versus Arthritis is leading a #PainNoFilter campaign to mark World Arthritis Day today.
An Aberdeenshire couple have paid for a defibrillator to be installed in their home village in memory of their son.
A local designer's bright idea has helped her raise £10,000 for charity.
A mum says that seeing "unrealistic" examples of motherhood on social media made her feel like a bad parent.
Police are hopeful that CCTV footage could help snare thieves who stole two cars from an Aberdeen street yesterday.