Tributes have been paid to a much-loved publican whose family have been at the heart of the Aberdeen bar scene for generations.
The man behind the television successes of Keith Floyd and Rick Stein has died aged 73.
RAF Lossiemouth hopes to gather memories from former station personnel who worked on the air base as part of its 80th anniversary celebrations.
The north of Scotland will be lucky to see temperatures rise above 2 degrees this weekend as a deep cold settles in.
More than half of care homes in Scotland are struggling to recruit staff, with Aberdeen struggling to fill many vacancies.
The first snowfall of the year brought with it power outages, school closures, a string of accidents and widespread transport delays.
Scotland’s all female shooting club, Glad Rags and Cartridge Bags, is celebrating their fifth year.
The Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen has recruited two international researchers to delve into the aspects of ageism.
Emergency services have been called to a three-vehicle collision on in Aberdeen.
A burst water mains has resulted in a road closure in Aberdeen.
Motorists have been forced to alter their travel arrangements after two crashes on the A90.
An Aberdeen road has been blocked following a three-car accident.
The biscuit preferences of Aberdonians could be the unusual starting point for a revolution in the food industry.
A good Samaritan has helped raise more than £1,000 to help an Aberdeen pensioner after he and his chihuahua, Doddie, were mauled by an "out of control" dog.
The Duchess of Rothesay praised the resilience of the people of Aberdeen as she visited the city yesterday.
A first-year student at Robert Gordon University has become the latest person to benefit from a scholarship funded by chartered accountancy and business advisory firm Anderson Anderson Brown LLP (AAB).
An Aberdeen anaesthetist has presented an award at a prestigious ceremony.
NHS Grampian has been praised by national education chiefs for the standard of training it provides in its anaesthetics department.
Crashes involving pedestrians decreasing across north and north-east, but campaigners call for further action
The number of pedestrians killed on roads across the north and north-east is declining, but safety campaigners believe more must still be done to protect people.
A group of Aberdeenshire pupils have been praised by celebrities including Stephen Fry, Dame Barbara Windsor and Fiona Phillips for their efforts to highlight cruel diseases such as dementia.
Two lorries crashed leaving a pile of waste at the side of the A920 road yesterday.
North East Sensory Services will kick off its 140th anniversary celebrations with a star-studded night at the Marcliffe Hotel.
A world renowned running coach based in Kenya will talk at a local charity's fundraising dinner next month.
One of the lorries is overturned and partially blocking the road.
A Peterculter man has regained his love for music, art and literature as a result of his work with the charity Scottish War Blinded.
Residents are demanding action to prevent an accident at an Aberdeen bridge.
A campaign to protect vulnerable communities from drugs being brought to Scotland by English gangs has been launched.
A popular north-east hotel has gone into administration.
A new list has revealed the ten streets that have helped Aberdeen council bosses rake-in half-a-million pounds in fines in little more than two years.
Scotland’s national children’s hospice charity has launched its 2019 volunteer recruitment campaign.
Academics from Aberdeen University have helped unearth the dangerous impact of missing GP appointments.
Extensive works are to be carried out to improve the flood defences in one of Aberdeen's most vulnerable areas.