A skate park will be able to ramp up the fun after being awarded £24,000 of funding.
A pensioner who was almost tricked by fraudsters into buying iTunes vouchers to pay off fake debt was saved from losing hundreds of pounds thanks to a quick-thinking shop manager.
A police dog handler has been reported to the Crown Office in connection with a crash that resulted in the death of his beloved Labrador.
A primary school pupil was rushed to hospital after a large chunk of a playground mural collapsed on top of him.
A mother thought she would lose her little girl after doctors discovered she had a hole in her heart during a check-up.
The number of robberies in Aberdeen is up almost 30% compared to recent years.
Plans to transform a quarry into a visitor centre celebrating Aberdeen’s granite history have hit the rocks.
A woman has been charged following an alleged assault and robbery involving a gun in Fraserburgh this weekend.
Assaults on Scottish emergency service workers have reached a three-year high.
Plans to finally tackle years of accumulated grime from the front of an historic city centre church have taken a step forward.
A student entrepreneur who wants to open a pub next to a chaplaincy in Old Aberdeen has defended his proposals against hundreds of complaints.
An Alzheimer’s drug being developed partly in Aberdeen has shown further positive results, offering new hope to millions of people suffering from the condition around the world.
The son of a post office owner who transformed the Lecht into one of the UK’s premier winter sports destinations is among those honoured by the Queen.
Two masked gunmen have been caught on camera beneath the nest of a protected bird of prey in the middle of the night.
An academic who grew up in Dornoch and studied in Aberdeen has been made a CBE for his services to economics and public policy.
A former Grampian Television presenter has been made an OBE in recognition of voluntary work in the healthcare field.
The head of food crime investigation in Scotland has warned festive revellers to be on the lookout for “too good to be true” food and drink in the run up to New Year’s Eve – or face dangerous consequences.
A woman was taken to hospital earlier today after a five-car crash in Aberdeenshire.
A senior police inspector has urged parents to “be intrusive” to help keep their children safe from the dangers of social media and sexting.
Oil has begun flowing through a major pipeline again as experts test repairs to a crack which forced a major shutdown and road closures.
Drivers across Scotland returning to work today after their Christmas and Boxing Day breaks will need to dig out their de-icer and window scrapers as sub-zero conditions are forecast to return.
Aberdeen’s neonatal unit has received a pair of very important Christmas presents: two specialist incubators which will drastically improve the care of premature and sickly babies.
Expectant mums have received some extra special Christmas surprises at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary as they welcomed their newborns into the world on Christmas day.
A man has been put into an induced coma after he was seriously assaulted while on a Christmas night out.
Aberdeen City Council has refused to reveal whether any councillors have been using their taxpayer-funded devices to watch pornography – claiming it is in the “public interest” to keep it secret.
The emergency services are currently in attendance at a two car crash on North Anderson Drive in Aberdeen.
The A96 Aberdeen to Huntly road has been closed this evening following a crash.
A man from The Netherlands has been rescued by a lifeboat team this evening after his yacht was left high and dry by the tide.
Sex shops in Aberdeen will have their licensing fees cut by hundreds of pounds after a decision by Aberdeen City Council’s licensing committee yesterday.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has met with the Secretary of State for Business Greg Clark MP to demand action on “rip-off” delivery charges in Moray and the north of Scotland.
A charity using friendly dogs to support people in need of companionship has been given a funding boost thanks to an animal-loving family.
An “extremely popular” bus driver died in a serious three-vehicle smash at a busy junction as he took pupils to their private school early yesterday morning.