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Aberdeen council bosses have been blasted for “recklessly” dumping around a dozen musical instruments in skips outside a city school.
Two Aberdeen charities are sharing £12,500 to tackle street begging and homelessness in the city.
Aberdonians flocked to the city centre yesterday to help celebrate one of Scotland's greatest heroes.
A man who attacked his ex-girlfriend was found by police in his boxer shorts at her home.
Ambitious renovation plans for an Aberdeen city centre church have been lodged- with the scheme including a deep clean of its historic granite facades.
A writing competition, marking the life of one of Scotland’s most celebrated writers of prose and poetry, has been launched by Aberdeen University.
Nearly 30 Aberdeen council workers have been retrained as nursery nurses ahead of tough new childcare targets.
A bright pink tandem will be among the hundreds of bikes whizzing through the countryside this weekend for Ride the North.
A former city councillor, who lost his seat at the last election, will fight to regain his place at the town house in an upcoming by-election.
Blackburn veteran was nearly four-times the drink-drive limit when he went to pick up his wife from airport
An oil and gas consultant began drinking because he felt "lonely" as he waited for his wife to fly home - despite being due to pick her up.
Aberdeen Football Club's new training ground will be named after its vice-chairman.
Train services between Aberdeen and Inverness were disrupted for a short time this evening due to an issue with a level crossing.
City council bosses have advised of road closures and restrictions during this Sunday’s Simplyhealth Great Aberdeen Run.
A new record shop in Aberdeen is hosting a two-day long party to celebrate its opening.
Officers are appealing for witnesses after a 50-year-old man sustained facial injuries and required hospital treatment following an alleged assault in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen teenager has been traced safe and well following a police appeal. Officers asked the public for their help to find Nathaniel Cowie yesterday. The force has now confirmed he has been found.
Thousands of charity workers, volunteers and supporters will take parade through Aberdeen city centre this weekend.
Thousands of people are expected to visit Aberdeen next month to say a final farewell to Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail in Aberdeen.
A senior Scottish minister paid a flying visit to an Aberdeen charity yesterday - as the government steps-up the fight against homelessness.
An Aberdeen nursery has been given top marks following an unannounced inspection.
Aberdeenshire councillors have urged members of two Deeside communities to “use it or lose it” after a Sunday bus service was granted a stay of execution.
Senior city council managers have been urged to book vehicles from the authority’s car club - to save cash on hiring vehicles.
Staff devastated after north-east pre-school targeted for fifth time in a year by ‘nasty and spiteful’ vandals
Devastated staff at an Aberdeen pre-school have spoken out in the wake of repeated attacks by “nasty and spiteful” vandals.
Plans for 150 affordable homes on the site of a former Aberdeen paper mill could finally move forward - after plans were altered.
A premiere has been announced for an eagerly anticipated film inspired by the "invasion" of women into an Aberdeen pub.
Police working in communities in across the north of Scotland will soon see their work bolstered by new funding.
An Aberdeen man has been jailed for four months after scaring his neighbours by shouting racist remarks – despite claiming the abuse was directed at Eastern European gangster characters in a video game.
Police are seeking help in tracing a woman and her young child.
Police are appealing for information after a woman was allegedly assaulted on Aberdeen's Union Street.
A north-east dance agency is investing in a historic city building which was previously used to study anatomy.
Rail passengers between Aberdeen and Inverness will be able to return to the track today after months of being forced to use replacement buses.
An north-east navy veteran whose sight loss had rendered him housebound has conquered two Munros for charity.