Aberdeen taxi drivers should be allowed to charge more on Friday and Saturday nights to encourage them to work “unsociable hours”, the council has been told.
Aberdeen’s newest school is receiving the finishing touches to make sure it gets top marks from pupils, staff and parents when it opens next week.
A biker’s “priceless” pride and joy has been stolen in broad daylight from a busy Aberdeen industrial estate.
An Aberdeenshire town’s long-awaited new health complex will finally open later this month.
Thousands of people will be invited to party on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) next month in what may be a hint the project is nearing completion.
A popular steak restaurant in an Aberdeenshire town has closed down suddenly.
A lost Arctic seal has washed up dead in Aberdeenshire, hundreds of miles away from its home – the second of its kind to be found on the Scottish coastline this year.
The principal of Robert Gordon University will step down at the end of the month following an investigation into an alleged conflict of interest.
A handful of fishermen could be the final generation to cast off from a historic Aberdeen harbour after a court ordered them to move their boats.
More malicious fake calls have been made to the Aberdeen Coastguard Centre than every other Scottish centre combined over the past four years.
A group of bikers revving up cash for veterans by laying wreaths at 31 war memorials across Scotland.
A young Aberdeen FC fan was struck by a flying vodka bottle during Sunday’s match against Rangers.
A group of energy workers have raised thousands of pounds for an appeal to bring a life-saving charity helicopter to the north-east by cycling more than 600 miles in just over two days.
The locations of Scotland’s most beautiful gardens have been mapped out to help cultivate tourism across the country.
A busy commuter road in Aberdeen has been shut this evening following a collision.
A soggy sporran has been returned to its owner after a fisherman Highland Reel-ed in the catch of a lifetime.
Average prices for houses close to Scottish Premiership football grounds have moved up the league tables by 14% over the past ten years.
An Aberdeenshire woman has a bone to pick with the thieves who stole a plastic skeleton from her garden.
An Aberdeen man who relies on a walking stick has hit out at “inconsiderate” Network Rail workers for parking their lorries in his disabled space.
A pensioner died yesterday following a one vehicle crash in an Aberdeen community.
The A941 Dufftown to Craigellachie road has been shut this evening following a crash involving a timber lorry.
The “signature piece” of Aberdeen’s first Nuart festival could be lost under plans to renovate the Aberdeen Indoor Market.
Tony Blair’s former spin doctor Alastair Campbell says Aberdeen Nine suspension ‘frankly ridiculous’
Tony Blair’s former spin doctor has reinforced his support for nine suspended Labour councillors by meeting up with them on a trip to Aberdeen.
Forecasters have predicted heavy rain and thunderstorms across the north of Scotland this weekend as the UK prepares for some of the hottest temperatures on record.
A leading Aberdeen businessman has claimed the council is “throwing Union Street to the dogs” by backing a multi-million pound expansion of Union Square.
No Kingsford Stadium officially launch legal challenge to Aberdeen FC’s plans for £50 million stadium
Campaigners fighting against Aberdeen FC’s new £50 million Kingsford Stadium have officially lodged a petition for judicial review.
A full investigation will be carried out after concerns over asbestos contamination was discovered in an Aberdeen school.
Campaigners fighting against Aberdeen FC’s plans for the new £50million Kingsford Stadium have officially lodged a petition for judicial review.
The city council has agreed that safety improvements are needed for education staff in time for the next school term.
A popular dolphin-spotting business could be sunk after a national conservation body raised concerns it is disturbing Aberdeen’s famous population of the charismatic creatures.
Hoaxers firing flares above an Aberdeen river estuary have been slammed for wasting vital emergency service resources – for the third time this year.
Two men have been arrested in connection with an alleged attempted robbery branded “horrific” by a senior police officer.