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A 140-year-old school in the heart of Royal Deeside could be transformed into affordable homes for families and individuals.
Patients at Aberdeen’s flagship hospital are the first in Scotland to benefit from a pioneering new machine.
A north-east man is behind bars after carrying out an assault in which he kicked his victim so hard that he damaged tissue on his foot.
A trio of senior staff members are to leave their roles at the city council.
An ambitious project to revive a historic train turntable has received a major grant from a national preservation charity.
Rats, wasps and mice were among the pests found in north-east hospitals over an 18-month period.
Holidaymakers have been left furious after a flight from Aberdeen to Faro in Portugal was delayed by 38 hours.
Fire crews tackled a vehicle blaze this evening at a travellers' camp in Dyce, and police are investigating.
A secret Aberdeen City Council report into the baby ashes scandal at Hazlehead Crematorium must be published quickly, council leaders demanded after a watchdog ordered its release.
A north-east man ended a lifelong friendship with three brothers by hitting one of them over the head with a glass bottle.
A former Aberdeen and Inverness football star has spoken of the moment his family were forced to "do a runner" following an earthquake that left at least two people dead.
Aberdeen fans have revealed how tensions risked boiling over for a second time just hours before the club's crucial Europa League clash with Siroki Brijag in Bosnia.
Yesterday, exactly six months after Donald Trump was sworn into the White House, a private jet emblazoned with the Trump logo touched down at Aberdeen Airport.
An investigation has been launched after a transport worker was seriously injured in an incident at a Stagecoach depot.
Summer blockbuster Dunkirk hits cinemas across the country today but a 1958 feature of the same name shared a marked connection with service people in the north-east.
Heritage chiefs have announced plans to boost visitor numbers at a £6.5 million centre amid a row over poor public access.
Plans to transform former public toilets in one of Aberdeen’s most historic streets into a cafe have been approved by councillors.
A man has been charged with breaking into a city restaurant and stealing a till draw containing cash.
Aberdeen fans were left bloodied and battered after being attacked by a masked mob on the eve of their Europa League clash with Siroki Brijag.
Calls have been made to better share Aberdeen’s collection of fine art and historical artefacts with the community after it was revealed a £6.5million museum centre in the city was visited by just three people in one month.
One of the latest works to go on display at the Treasure Hub is a landmark painting by an iconic north-east artist.
A man has been seriously injured after being struck by a bus in Aberdeen.
African art gallery curator tours Aberdeen to find out how art can improve lives of hospital patients
The curator of a major art gallery in Zimbabwe has travelled to the north-east to learn lessons from an Aberdeen-based charity that uses creativity and artwork to improve the lives of hospital patients.
An Aberdeenshire mum has warned her child could have choked on a piece of sharp plastic found inside her daughter’s Aldi chicken nugget.
A nurse who was caught drinking at a north-east care home has been struck-off the nursing register.
Campaigners desperate to save Aberdeen Music Centre bands have launched an impassioned bid to fight against the scrapping of overtime cash for tutors.
Fed-up residents have demanded action including protective fences after human waste and rats were spotted at a polluted Aberdeen waterway.
Eight people have been charged after reports of verbal abuse and threatening behaviour in a city community.
An investigation has been launched after an Aberdeen man was conned into buying a set of pans for £200 - ten times more than they were worth.
Roadworks at the centre of a £3.2million pedestrianisation project in the centre of Aberdeen have been delayed again.
Aberdeen University research into how to prevent hackers exploiting human weaknesses to disrupt key IT networks has received a six-figure funding boost.
Holidaymakers are not the only north-east residents off to warmer climes this month - four osprey chicks are also off to sunny Spain.