In common with many other people across the north-east, Alex Mennie was devastated when he lost his job in the oil and gas industry.
There is “no crisis” in Scotland’s oil industry despite barrel prices plummeting and tens of thousands of workers losing their jobs, an SNP MSP has claimed.
VisitAberdeen is appealing for Christmas cracker pullers to join them in Aberdeen next month in a world record attempt.
It is a city which regularly features high on the list of the most expensive places in the UK to buy or rent property.
A campaign has launched today to tackle the issue of poor literacy and its impact on the life chances of children living in poverty.
Hundreds of people attended a special ceremony yesterday to celebrate the life of a hero doctor who died last month.
A safety warning has been issued following the discovery of used drug needles in Moray.
A former Gordonstoun teacher has been declared unfit to teach and struck off the teaching register following a conviction for child porn offences.
Filming for the TV adaptation of acclaimed author Iain Banks' novel Stonemouth will begin in Macduff next week.
A former Gordonstoun teacher will soon hear if he has been struck off the teaching register following a conviction for child porn offences.
A north-east academic has won the History Book of the Year award in the Saltire Society Literary Awards.
Police are appealing for information to help them trace a mother and son missing from Dundee.
A Moray councillor has warned the public about the serious consequences of feeding gulls, as the local authority announces a publicity campaign urging people not to provide the birds with easy pickings.
Another £70 million of sub-contracts were announced yesterday for the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR), as part of a package worth £221 million.
A project to develop a framework for the teaching and learning of Scottish Gaelic is being launched by researchers at Aberdeen University and Glasgow University.
More than 200 surgeons from across the UK and Ireland will gather in the north-east this month to see high definition 3D keyhole surgery performed live at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI).
North-east singer songwriter Emeli Sande has revealed she is single again, following her divorce after just one year of marriage.
Aberdeen's night time skyline was transformed into a kaleidoscope of colour last night by the city's firework display.
A group of 40 north-east boys have taken part in Dance Proms at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Emergency services are attending an accident on the A944 Aberdeen to Westhill road between the Kingswells and Lang Stracht roundabouts. One lane citybound is blocked. More to follow.
A tasty bed time snack is helping prevent the loss of one of Scotland's rarest resident breeding birds.
Emergency services attended an accident on the Balmedie to Ellon stretch of the A90 Aberdeen to Fraserburgh road earlier this evening.
Emergency services are attending a two vehicle accident on the A90 Aberdeen to Newtonhill road. The accident happened around 7.45pm close to the Cammachmore turnoff near Newtonhill. Nobody has been injured in the incident but one northbound lane remains closed while police recover the vehicles.
Scottish Water are attending a burst water main in Oldmeldrum which is affecting service to some properties.
Police are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery in Aberdeen's Northfield area.
A shopper who was hit with a £100 fine after she missed a warning sign posted 10ft off the ground has welcomed a clampdown on unfair parking charges.
The SNP has called for coastguard services to be devolved following the release of figures which show critical levels of understaffing across Scotland.
One man is dead and two others are missing after a Fraserburgh-registered fishing trawler got into difficulties off the coast of Northumberland
Repairs will begin on footpaths in a north-east nature reserve next week, using money gathered from bus lane fines.
Aberdeenshire Council and the Citizens Advice Bureau are working together to ensure consumers are treated fairly in private car parks.
Two new pieces of gritting machinery were unveiled by Aberdeen City Council yesterday, as the local authority continues preparations for winter.
Dramatic video footage has been released showing a fire at a fireworks factory in Stafford.