These exclusive new images show how the new staff garden planned for Aberdeen Royal Infirmary could look.
The success of a scheme set up to help people with neurological conditions live at home will be celebrated today.
When the news came through in March 1999 that Alma Victor “Champ” Hunt, OBE, had died, it gained precious little coverage outside his native Bermuda.
For a while at least, the north-east resort of Cruden Bay was almost as famous as Baden Baden, Bordeaux or Cannes.
Organisers of a popular Deeside games are looking to track down the history behind a piece of railway ephemera.
A host of Scottish words from ‘bosie’ to ‘bauchle’ are in new edition of the Oxford English Dictionary
Have you ever called anyone a roaster, a tube, a bam or a bauchle?
The new chairman of Aberdeenshire CC confirmed yesterday that Mannofield will host a quadrangular tournament in August.
Sealed in a high security bank vault during the Second World War, the regimental treasures of the Gordon Highlanders were thought to be safe.
Researchers at Aberdeen University will lead a new linguistic survey of Scots - the first such work carried out in about 70 years.
One of the world's most famous plays will be unveiled in Aberdeen this week.
There are never any shortage of talking points and controversies to ponder over at the end of the Six Nations Championship.
Aberdeen mother and daughter create database of those who died in the city during the Second World War
The air raids sounded so frequently throughout the Second World War that Aberdeen was given the nickname "Siren City".
University chiefs have warned that potentially life-changing Scottish research is on the verge of stalling amidst Brexit uncertainty.
Few teenagers find themselves on the board of an organisation with multi-million-pound assets.
The Aberdeen branch of a multinational energy company has pledged to raise £100,000 to help the country’s only specialist neurological centre.
Going Dark in the Black Isle: Neil Lancaster talks about his new book and tracking down Levi Bellfield
Neil Lancaster chased murderers, human traffickers, fraudsters and drug dealers during more than 30 years in the Metropolitan Police and the military.
In the words of the Doric language, she is a gallus quine.
David Reid is completing his preparations to follow in the footsteps of one of the world’s most legendary explorers next month.
They've already gained the reputation of being one of Scotland's funkiest groups.
They evoke romantic memories of Trevor Howard and Celia Johnson in Brief Encounter and Jenny Agutter in The Railway Children.
Scotland's rugby brethren have traditionally struggled to beat the English on any kind of regular basis since the countries first locked horns back at Raeburn Place in 1871.
The author of the hugely popular Outlander series is to be honoured for "extraordinary" boost her work has had on tourism in Scotland.
A north-east geologist has been honoured for more than four decades of work in China.
There is always something spine-tingling about the approach of the Six Nations Championship. It sends adrenaline shooting into places that other tournaments can’t match.
Aberdeen University Students’ Association's popular Torcher Parade will take place next weekend.
There’s an understandable sense of deflation among Scottish rugby aficionados as we approach the climax of what has been a very disappointing Six Nations campaign.
Neil Drysdale finds a small army of volunteers at the ready to ensure the Gordon Highlanders story gains widespread public exposure.
Women had to wait a long time and engage in a protracted battle to win the vote in Britain.
A young Scottish artist, whose paintings are inspired by exploring abandoned buildings, has won a major art prize.
Women’s football in Scotland is enjoying a surge of success, and national team captain and frequent flier Rachel Corsie is at the heart of it
Rachel Corsie has learned that you can’t achieve your potential in women’s football without racking up the frequent flier miles.
It happened so quickly that many fans were still taking their seats in advance of the Scotland v Wales match in 1999.
Colin Brown makes no secret of the fact he was mesmerised after reading the dial on a radio set he was given as a youngster.