An Aberdeen author has seen her newest release nominated for a prestigious literary award.
A young boy has spoken out after he was subjected to a brutal assault on his way home from an Aberdeen school.
University students have been given the chance to learn about the past through studying centuries-old bones.
A Scottish Government scheme set up to help oil workers who lost their jobs in the downturn retrain as teachers has recruited just nine people since it launched.
A new home has been found for The Press and Journal archives at the city library.
An otter has died after it was allegedly attacked by a dog on an Aberdeenshire beach.
Members of an Aberdeen church have been given an ultimatum: to merge congregations or dissolve.
A heritage trust is steaming ahead with work to transform a former locomotive depot into a working railway site in the city.
A 1950s-style barbers is opening in Aberdeen - and will directly help veterans in the city and beyond.
An Aberdeen University student has stumbled across a historic piece of war memorabilia.
The Scottish SPCA is celebrating its annual Staffie Awareness Week by encouraging members of the public to come along to meet dogs desperate for new homes.
The owner of a unique Aberdeen cafe has launched a crowdfunder to get hooked up to the National Grid.
A student spent a week sleeping rough on the streets of Aberdeen to find out how difficult life can be for the homeless.
An anxious Elgin mum was told she would have to wait up to seven months to find out if she had cancer.
Bosses of a fire-hit restaurant are still assessing the damage - but hope to reopen soon.
A sculpture in tribute to those killed during World War I was unveiled in Portlethen yesterday.
One of Aberdeen’s longest running pub quizzes has begun "a new chapter” at the Craftsmen Company in Guild Street.
Community groups across the north and north-east are once again being given the chance to win a brand-new minibus.
A mother and daughter duo have created a hand-crafted tribute to men lost during the first and second world wars.
An Aberdeenshire charity has been shortlisted for the 2018 Scottish Care Awards.
A university professor has lashed out at a council funded arts venue for putting “fame” above local talent.
Police and fisheries officers have teamed up to tackle the problem of poaching in north-east rivers.
Two soap stars will be taking to the stage in Aberdeen for next year's production of the Rain Man.
An annual campaign to improve road safety over the winter period launched yesterday.
Military personnel are being encouraged to follow in the footsteps of Aberdeen-born veteran Michael Mellon.
North-east school children have been treated to a whirlwind reading adventure by award-winning author Phil Earle.
Sir Elton John is the first music superstar to be confirmed to perform at the new exhibition centre in Aberdeen.
Emergency services are in attendance between Balmedie and Newburgh.
A team of researchers from the Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment have won funding to allow them to continue their work.
Archaeologists have discovered early evidence of an essential trade in 1300BC Asia.
Thousands of movie fans were treated to a sky-wide cinema last night as film soundtracks were brought to life by Aberdeen's stunning fireworks display on the Beach Boulevard.
Dozens of iconic Scottish attractions can be visited for free as part of St Andrews Day celebrations this year.