Fire teams have been called to a fire at a farm house in Lumphanan this evening.
An animal rescue charity is preparing to build a new wildlife hospital for the north-east after reaching its fundraising goal of £30,000.
Widow of murder victim says her son begs her to know why accused former Aberdeen student hasn’t been locked up
The wife of a man believed to have been murdered by a former Aberdeen student has said their son begs to know why the man accused of beating him to death has never been jailed.
Musicians from all across Scotland made their way to the north-east this weekend to take part in the Aberdeen branch of the Traditional Music and Song Association of Scotland’s annual competitions day.
Travellers going south to the central belt and England have been told to expect delays today as yet more wintry weather batters the country.
There is no end in sight to the disruption of bus services in Aberdeen after crunch talks between striking union members and First Bus broke down yesterday.
Aberdeen University was urged to take action yesterday after a senior director was caught on video “manhandling” protesting students.
Several bikes worth thousands of pounds have been stolen from the Rosemount area of Aberdeen.
Hundreds of First Bus drivers will go on strike today as part of industrial action over new contracts.
One of Aberdeen’s most historically significant buildings could be partially demolished as part of a £100million pound project to transform Broadford Works into an urban village.
Chief Superintendent Sharon battles 26 miles of -30c in Arctic to raise cash for breast cancer charity
A senior police officer who battled breast cancer has completed a gruelling skiiing marathon through the Arctic.
An Aberdeen fish and chip shop which was devastated in a fire has risen from the ashes to secure a national award.
New images of a £68million project to build hundreds of flats and a public promenade at Rubislaw Quarry have been unveiled.
New imaging technology has enabled archaeologists to view one of Scotland’s largest surviving Pictish stones in a new light.
A man who strangled a 20-year-old woman to death during a sex act handed himself into police and told officers “I’ve done something horrible, I’ve killed someone” hours after she died.
Aberdeen City Council has made more than £100,000 from drivers flouting disabled parking rules over the past five years.
Free breakfasts are being given to volunteers taking part in a new study to find out if eating more food earlier in the day can help you lose weight.
A new mother with a serious spinal condition that causes her pain when going up and down stairs told yesterday of her struggles with the council to get her family moved to a ground floor property.
Police officers and firefighters will go head-to-head in a charity football match this summer, becoming the first teams to play at a brand new Highland League stadium in the process.
Aberdeen City Council could soon be flying drones equipped with X-ray technology to spot leaks and using robotic automation to handle direct debit payments as part of plans to embrace the future.
Dozens of pupils from an Aberdeen school have been quarantined after an outbreak of a gastrointestinal infection.
Police have warned motorists that speeding can have “catastrophic consequences” after a 46-year-old man was charged for allegedly riding a motorbike at almost double the national limit on a busy road.
An Aberdeen man currently detained in the Philippines has spoken out about the “hell hole” conditions he has been faced with.
NHS Grampian’s flagship £10million car park has come under fire from concerned parents of disabled youngsters who believe it is adding to the stress of hospital visits.
Work on NHS Grampian’s £14.7million health and social care centre in Inverurie is on course to open this summer, despite recent disruptive weather.
Patients with cardiac conditions across the north-east have been forced to wait months to access life-saving technology because of 21 missing or broken heartbeat monitors.
Police have been called to the scene of a two vehicle collision at the Oyne fork on the A96 Inverurie to Huntly road this morning.
A new study has suggested bus services in Aberdeen are among the most expensive and unreliable in Scotland.
Thieves attempted to break open a cash machine at an Aberdeen convenience store during a botched break-in in the early hours of this morning.
Heroic donors from across the north-east who answered a last-minute call for blood have helped the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) “weather the storm” of last week’s freezing conditions.
Two women have been charged following two separate alleged incidents of sheep-worrying last Friday.
Two fire engines have been called to an incident at an Aberdeenshire community centre. A spokeswoman for the fire service said they were called to the scene at the Deeside Community Centre on Ballater Road in Aboyne at 11.24am. The two appliances are still in attendance. More to follow.