The opening of the first major section of the Aberdeen bypass this week has had a massive impact on journey times for those travelling around the city, according to road users.
Plans to re-bury hundreds of skeletons unearthed during archaeological works at an iconic Aberdeen church have been submitted - paving the way for a £5.5 million transformation project.
Motorists enjoyed instantly faster journey times yesterday as business and political leaders celebrated the grand opening of the first major section of the long-awaited Aberdeen bypass.
Visiting Santa’s grotto with its festive music, colourful lights and friendly elves is a highlight for many children at Christmas time, but for some, it can prove to be an overwhelming experience.
A slew of temporary road closures will be enforced this week as Transport Scotland officially opens the Craibstone to Stonehaven and Charleston section of the long-awaited Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
NHS Grampian has prepared a special task force composed of key members of the health board’s leadership to deal with the potential impact of Brexit.
Scottish beer drinkers have been asked to raise a glass to their local breweries this Christmas as a new strategy is launched to grow the sector into a £30billion a year industry.
It has now been more than three weeks since Aberdeen teenager Liam Smith disappeared without a trace.
The award-winning crime writer behind the best-selling Shetland and Vera Stanhope novels has been recognised with an honorary award from Robert Gordon University.
An Aberdeen MP has been tricked by an “underhanded” television crew into believing a fake drug app exists that supports fictional children working in a Colombian cartel’s “cocaine factory”.
A mum from Moray who returned to education after her life was uprooted by the downturn in the oil and gas industry was one of the hundreds of happy graduates at yesterday’s ceremony in the Beach Ballroom.
A Shetland mum who balanced her studies in Aberdeen with flying to and from home to see her family has celebrated finally securing her degree.
Plans to transform a historic Aberdeen artillery battery into a “world-class” dolphin visitor attraction have made a splash with business leaders and the RSPB.
A north-east mum has challenged herself to double the £20,000 she raised for charity in memory of her brother who died of cancer.
As Aberdeen Performing Arts prepares to reopen the grand doors of the city’s Music Hall after a two-year, £9 million transformation, artists, musicians and performers are lining up to take to the stage.
A yellow weather warning for icy conditions has been issued today as forecasters predict temperatures to plunge in many parts of Scotland.
A number of notable people from the north of Scotland including a bishop, a sheriff and a zoology professor are among the hundreds of new names in the 2019 edition of Who’s Who.
A councillor and prominent critic of Donald Trump’s Aberdeenshire golf course has confirmed he will not vote on plans to create 500 homes at the site.
An internationally renowned polar bear expert will speak to an Aberdeen audience next week about the first time he came face to face with the fearsome, endangered predators.
More than 800 police cars have been caught going through a bus gate in three months - prompting concerns it is being used as a shortcut to its HQ.
Police are searching for a missing seven-year-old boy near Nairn. The emergency services received a report that the young boy was missing shortly after 9pm. Coastguard teams are currently assisting the police in the search around the area. Police are particularly concerned for the young boy’s wellbeing. More to follow.
It has proudly stood at Aberdeen’s harbour mouth, defending the Granite City from invaders and bombardment since 1860.
An Aberdeenshire fundraising ball, marking the fifth anniversary of a young Moray teenager’s heart transplant, has raised more than £100,000 for cardiac charities – more than twice the original target.
A modern gym, a spa, an art deco tea room and even a bar with walls and fixtures made of solid ice are all ideas which have been floated for the redevelopment of an historic Aberdeen swimming pool.
Police have erected a blue tent outside a Fraserburgh launderette today after a person had an "adverse reaction" to a mystery substance.
Police were called to a rural Aberdeenshire road early this morning after a car overturned.
An Aberdeen church congregation could be dissolved after its members rejected a proposal to join another church in the city.
High winds and torrential downpours have been forecast across Scotland this week as the country braces itself for Storm Diana.
A woman has died following a blaze at a cottage on the outskirts of Aberdeen yesterday afternoon.
A national mental health charity met parents and teachers at a special event this week to discuss how emotional well-being is handled in schools across the country.
Babs Beverley, one third of the famous Beverley Sisters, has died aged 91.
The family of a pensioner found dead at Aberdeen Indoor Market two days after going missing have said they will not be able to grieve until they receive answers.