The mother of a teenage student, who committed suicide after being abused by her boyfriend, yesterday told of her disgust after he partied at a ball attended by her friends. Read More
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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 investigating after a car mounted a pavement in Aberdeen and ploughed into a grit bin.
A worker on an Aberdeen firm’s drilling ship has died on board the vessel.
A lifeboat had to be called out, battling three-metre-tall waves, to rescue a fishing vessel in the North Sea over the weekend.
The baby meerkats in the Pets’ Corner in Hazlehead Park have been named after the two rivers in Aberdeen.
The city council has ruled out erecting a new building to replace an overcrowded primary school.
Crowds flocked to the launch of Aberdeen’s Winter Festival in the city centre last night.
The mother of a teenage student, who committed suicide after being abused by her boyfriend, yesterday told of her disgust after he partied at a ball attended by her friends.
A road connected to the Aberdeen bypass scheme will be temporarily closed from today.
A 344-year-old plaque from Aberdeen’s historic Provost Skene's House which was left propped up against a wall during reconstruction work has once again been given pride of place.
Aberdeen FC’s hopes of gaining approval for its new multimillion-pound stadium in time for Christmas have been dashed.
Cash-strapped council chiefs have pulled the plug on financial support for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival - putting its survival in serious doubt.
Emily Drouet’s parents are campaigning to increase the funding granted to universities and colleges to help students affected by gender-based violence.
Police are hunting a gang who assaulted a man on an Aberdeen street this evening.
A serial offender was yesterday jailed for nine months after hitting speeds of up to 100mph on a north-east road.
Shoppers have been urged to take action in the run-up to Christmas to stop companies “fleecing” them with unfair delivery charges.
A man has appeared in court following the “significant” seizure of drugs in Aberdeen.
A pensioner who died after a fire broke out at a sheltered housing complex has been named by police.
The number of people living outside of Scotland buying expensive homes in the north-east has almost doubled, new figures have shown.
Teenagers were left in tears at a student ball last night after a young man who abused his girlfriend – who later committed suicide – joined the party.
Disgraced MSP Mark McDonald has been suspended by the SNP after the party received “new information” about his conduct.
Matthew Fitt has already translated books by renowned authors Roald Dahl and Robert Louis Stevenson into Scots.
Play equipment at an Aberdeen primary school has been destroyed by vandals.
Anchors will be aweigh across the north of Scotland next week at the climax of a year-long campaign to raise cash for a north-east cancer charity.
A pedestrian was hit by a car in an Aberdeen this morning. The incident happened on George street, near the Butchers Arms pub, at about 10.30am. The pedestrian is not believed to be badly hurt.
An Aberdeen man made a second appearance in court yesterday charged with the murder of Chloe Miazek, 20, who was found dead in a flat in Rosemount Viaduct earlier this month.
Police have charged a 51-year-old man following a £170,000 Class A drugs seizure in Aberdeen.
A security breach at Marischal College has sparked a plea to city council staff to be vigilant at all times.
A group of Aberdeen residents are seeking to be the first in northern Scotland to use new laws and take over a piece of land central to their community.
A man appeared in court yesterday charged with drug and traffic offences after an alleged incident on a major north-east road.
Tourism Secretary Fiona Hyslop has hailed the “great potential” in plans to create the north-east’s own version of the North Coast 500 driving route.
Plans to finally deliver a new major trauma network across hospitals in Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow and Edinburgh will be unveiled next month.