Star Wars producer Gary Kurtz has died at the age of 78.
When I was attending King Street primary school - just half a mile from the University of Aberdeen’s King’s College - I could never have imagined that a time would come when I would take up the position I am so fortunate to hold today.
A law graduate was arrested by police carrying an illegal pepper spray.
A giant Moray Firth wind project will create 150 jobs and add £90 million to the local economy, developers have said.
Aberdeen comes last in the solar energy stakes after scientists found it has the least sunshine.
James Wilson showed some of the class that saw him touted as one of England’s most prodigious talents as Aberdeen picked up their second league win of the season against Motherwell.
Wow. What a week that was.
A new mammoth offshore wind project has applied for Marine Scotland consent off the north-east coast of Scotland.
Prof Hector Schlenk, Senior Researcher at the Bogton Institute for Public Engagement with Science:
A convicted sex offender gave a lift to three teenage girls in breach of a court order hours after avoiding a jail sentence in May for a similar offence.
We are the champions, my friends and we'll keep on fighting 'til the end.
Fast-growing UK oil firm RockRose Energy has managed to beef up its stake in a North Sea field by another 10%.
A 22-year-old Inverness man was yesterday given a “last chance” to avoid a jail sentence for a vicious assault on another man.
A Glasgow man who battered and bruised his partner after a drunken row was sentenced to one year of social work supervision to help him overcome his alcohol problem.
A Caithness sex predator who filmed himself raping a woman helped get himself caught due to the decor in his home.
The world famous John o’Groats signpost is under threat – from visitors who have covered it with stickers.
Ron Cluny, official council spokesman
Sometimes in these Monday Muses I like to shoot the breeze and see where we might end up, like a leaf caught in an autumn wind, twisting and turning to eventually land at a conclusion.
The dad of a daring nine-year-old mountaineer says he believes his son has become the youngest person in Britain to climb Tower Ridge on Ben Nevis.
A Glasgow businessman accused of cheating pensioners out of thousands of pounds for renewable heating systems which were never supplied walked free from the dock yesterday.
A shared taxi ride ended in violence with one passenger robbing the other at knifepoint.
A walk-out of coastguard rescue volunteers in Shetland and Orkney could be on the horizon in protest of the anticipated return of a senior officer who had been suspended in 2015.
The memory I am about to recount has worn a groove in my mind, stopping and starting like a video as I examine the nuances of the stilled frame.
An electricity superhighway planned between Peterhead and Norway could bring a 600 jobs boom to the local area, according to plans submitted today by developers.
Swedish taking on Germans, discovers Jack McKeown.
Climate change is “one of the biggest issues of our time” the Scottish Government said yesterday as a new poll showed more and more Scots agree.
The skies have been decidedly grey this past week. As summer packs up its bucket and spade, there are sure signs that autumn is here.
What a difference seven years makes.
Her dulcet tones make thunder and clouds sound better and sunny days sound heavenly.
A Glasgow man will stand trial over the next four to five weeks on 63 charges of dishonestly obtaining thousands of pounds from elderly people as deposits for heating systems.
Cosmo Ludovic Fawkes Hunte, 13th Earl of Kinmuck
Renewed calls for a criminal investigation and public inquiry into allegations made against a former surgeon
Renewed calls for a criminal investigation and public inquiry into allegations made against a former Tayside surgeon.