The Granite City’s newest Freeman doffed his cap and waved to fans last night as they packed Union Street to see him.
A major north-east road has become Scotland’s most deadly - even overtaking the notorious A9.
The mother of a north-east schoolboy who was knocked off his bike and killed is calling for a fatal accident inquiry to be held into the tragedy.
Many of us have a favourite local historic attraction – that place you’ll always suggest to a first-time visitor.
This time last year, Beverley Cumming was hard at work as a painter and decorator.
Police have scaled back their search for a missing Aberdeen woman.
A Caithness rock band staged an eerie recording session on an abandoned island after discovering an old organ inside a dilapidated school.
A north-east adventurer is gearing up to become the first person to enter an electric vehicle in the 10,000-mile Mongol Rally.
A safety review has been ordered after drums of highly-flammable chemicals were piled up beside a public road near Aberdeen airport.
An Elgin lorry driver has admitted causing the death of a pensioner in a "tragic" road smash.
Two men who raced into a burning building to save a pensioner are to be honoured for their bravery.
A man has appeared in court facing a string of theft charges.
One of only two female Welsh ospreys breeding successfully in the UK has hatched two chicks in a Scottish national park.
The arrival of a new baby is an emotional time for any mum.
Scotland's bridges are essential to everyday life, connecting people and bringing communities together.
A rapist who carried out a catalogue of abuse and violence against victims over nearly two decades has been jailed.
A kind-hearted workman has saved a family of swallow chicks from an almost certain death after spotting their nest on the chassis of an HGV trailer.
Scotland's chief constable has lost a significant legal challenge against a freedom of information ruling, which it was claimed would have "a chilling effect" on the recruitment of police informants in the fight against organised crime.
An official probe has revealed that two helicopters, which were carrying offshore workers, were forced to take action to avoid a collision off the coast of Aberdeen this year.
Hundreds of walkers took in Aberdeen's culture last night while raising vital funds for charity.
Police have released a CCTV image of a man wanted in connection with a deliberate flat fire.
A woman who was crowned the UK's longest-serving physiotherapist after working until she was 93 has gifted the bulk of a £2million legacy to Aberdeen University.
A north primary school teacher has admitted putting an art project video on YouTube which including cartoon characters urinating and committing sex acts, expletive-strewn messages including one telling parents to "teach your own kids".
A man was left with no eyebrows or lashes after he set fire to his own car.
Burgie was buzzing at the weekend for more reasons than one as an equestrian event was delayed by a swarm of bees.
This has been a heartbreaking, gut-wrenching and deeply sorrowful week.
Rail staff in Scotland are to be equipped with body cameras as part of a crackdown against passenger aggression.
Reay Clarke was a man of the land who loved his native hills and woods, but found himself embroiled in one of the world's most harrowing maritime missions.
An Aberdeen man led police on a cross-border chase at 156mph in his £50,000 sports car - after trying to drive the wrong way along a motorway.
A 34-year-old German tourist was stretchered by rescuers for two miles off a mountain on Skye.
A Scottish estate owner seeking to overturn approval for a Highland wind farm that infringes on wild land will have to wait to find out if he has succeeded.
The Duke of Rothesay visited the north-east to meet the fisherman and sailors of the future and turned his hand to piloting a trawler into port - in a student simulator.