Nearly 2,400 bicycles have been stolen from the north-east in the last four years - an average of more than 11 a week.
Students have been caught cheating at north-east universities nearly 900 times in the past five years.
A dog destined to be killed for the meat trade in Thailand has been rescued and is now setting tails wagging after becoming a therapy pet in Stonehaven.
“I’ve been in some of the most dangerous cities in the world, but I’ve only ever been punched in the face on Union Street”
Celebrity chef Nick Nairn has told of his shock after being left out cold with blood pouring down his face following a brutal city centre attack.
Celebrity chef Nick Nairn has appealed for help after being attacked by thugs on the way home from his Aberdeen cook school.
Primary school children have filmed a video to warn Christmas Day cooks not to wash their turkeys or risk feeling fowl over the holidays.
The firm building the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route has been hit with a £280,000 fine for polluting rivers in the north-east.
Researchers have been examining whether Scottish castles, a major attraction among tourists, are ready to deal with terrorist attacks.
A pensioner who believes north-east councils have not done enough to make icy roads and pavements safe is calling on people to boycott paying their council tax.
The number of people heading to A&E has more than trebled due to slips and falls due to the recent cold snap.
An elderly couple had to abandon their car after getting stuck due to the ice in Aberdeen this afternoon. The couple got into difficulty near the Grove Cemetery on Mugiemoss Road, Aberdeen at around 2.20pm. Nobody was hurt and emergency services went to assist. A recovery vehicle was arranged to return their car.
Moray Council should ditch “draconian” cuts to vulnerable children with specialist needs or risk putting off new teachers from seeking work in the region.
Six fire crews have been sent to a house fire in Shetland today. The fire service received reports of a blaze in Sandyloch Drive just after 10am. A spokeswoman said: “Six appliances have been sent and a support vehicle. Some are still on their way.” More to follow.
Crunch talks to help save one of Moray’s best-known venues have been scheduled for the New Year.
More than 200 furious passengers arriving at Aberdeen Airport had to abandon their luggage after being told there were no staff to unload their cases.
A good Samaritan who has spent his days off gritting pavements for old folks homes and vulnerable people has called on others to do their bit amid fierce criticism of councils’ response to the icy weather.
Motorists have been warned not to drive in Aberdeen unless absolutely necessary after several crashes throughout the day.
Fraudsters have targeted individuals and businesses in the north with letters, texts, calls and online, prompting police to warn people to be on their guards.
Police are seeking information after a pedestrian collided with a cyclist on a busy city centre street in Aberdeen today. The incident happened at around 12.30pm on Union Street at the traffic light junction with Market Street and St Nicholas Street. Witnesses are asked to contact police on 101.
Young adults who have grown up in care will have the chance to get their own decorated flats as part of a new initiative.
Westhill residents clashed at a heated meeting to discuss the fresh public consultation on Aberdeen FC’s new stadium plans.
A pensioner has been found safe and well after a major search operation was launched to find her.
A care worker convicted of violence against his partner and drugs offences has been struck off.
A former businessman who has been languishing in a Filipino jail for two months has demanded their government release him.
A newly-qualified teacher who suffered from crippling anxiety and depression has thanked university staff for helping her achieve her goals.
A former baker has hung up her oven gloves to embark on her dream of becoming a counsellor after her soldier dad inspired her to help PTSD sufferers.
New pictures show how Inverurie’s £14.6 million health centre is taking shape after 12 months of construction.
Several roads have been hit by significant flooding in the north-east this evening.
Fire crews were sent to cut free a person trapped after a two-vehicle smash in the north-east this evening.
A man reported missing from a north-east town has been traced safe and well. Robert Stewart, 36, from Blackburn, had not been seen since 7.10am today and police were seeking information as to his whereabouts. He was last seen between Blackburn and Clinterty. But the force has now confirmed he has been found safely.
A two-vehicle smash caused a busy Aberdeen road to be blocked earlier this evening. The collision happened on King Street near the church hall shortly after 5pm. Police confirmed that nobody was injured and that the road was closed until around 5.30pm while debris was cleared.
Police are seeking information following the disappearance of a man from Aberdeenshire.